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It's possible they'll get to a filibuster-proof 60 but unlikely.
Harry Truman managed the greatest political comeback ever, Robert Schlesinger writes. Find out how.
Early measures of public opinion like straw polls were creative but often inaccurate.
Child safety worries could prompt districts to cancel class on November 4.
Analysts are concerned about some of the new systems being implemented in key states.
In the primaries, exit polls showed Obama doing better than in reality.
An incumbent Democrat who won by 133 votes in 2004 is hoping for a boost from Obama's candidacy.
They will pick up seats in the House, but reaching a filibuster-proof Senate majority will be tough
The Republican has tried to tie Obama and Democrats to the third-party registration group.
Three battleground states are among those criticized in a new study for lacking basic services online.