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Dixie Turns Blue
As minorities head to the South, the Republican grip on politics is under threat
Obama Approval Hits Career Low, Poll Finds
The president’s party is on track for a midterm shellacking like it experienced in 2010
Dems Push Equal Pay as a Vote Winner in Texas and Beyond
Facing tough midterms, Democrats target women with campaign for equal pay
Who’s Fighting Your Drug Wars?
Soldiers are caught in the crossfire as the battle lines shift to Central America
China Forgives and Forgets
Why is China suddenly cozying up to its nemesis? Are they preparing for war?
Big Data on Campus
Crunching numbers will finally let students and their parents get smart about picking a college
Imagining the Race Without Hillary
If the favorite dropped out, the Democratic race would suddenly be wide open. But who would be left?
Embrace the Purple Tomato
American consumers want to know if their food has been genetically altered, but the food industry says it knows what’s good for them
Why Adam Lanza Killed Those 20 Children
The answer to the last, great mystery about the massacre last year at Sandy Hook Elementary School has been in plain sight for years
He might be the best basketball player you’ve never heard of, but hoops isn’t why you need to hear Johnny Neumann’s story of weed, women, rebellion and homework
Rev Up Your REM
You can be more productive by teaching yourself to have lucid dreams – unless that sounds like a nightmare to you
Old Family Democrats Sing the Song of the South
Familiar names may be the key to Obama’s party retaking parts of the old Confederacy
Boehner: Torn Between the Tea Party and Electoral Success
Both parties will lose if immigration reform doesn’t pass – though the Republicans will be the bigger loser.