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December 23, 2013
De Blasio’s Class House

Fixing the schools while bringing New York’s two cities together is the new mayor’s most difficult challenge.

November 18, 2013
Rap-Sheet Mayors

Here are six American scandals Rob Ford might want to study before making his next move.

November 18, 2013
The New Mayor’s Frenemies

The politics of Bill de Blasio’s signature issues are about to get personal.

November 11, 2013
The Intervention

He’d blown the first debate. Now he was on the verge of blowing the second and risking his reelection. In an excerpt from their new book, Double Down, Mark Halperin and John Heilemann describe the moment when a president was talked away from the edge.

November 4, 2013
The 99% Mayor

Bill de Blasio’s promise may also be his problem.

October 21, 2013
The State of Assange

He’s a cartoon. A megalomaniac. An irresistible Hollywood subject. And a crucial historical figure.

October 21, 2013
The Furies Never End

The shutdown crisis is nothing we haven’t seen before.A good portion of America has been trying to sabotage the government for almost our entire history.

October 14, 2013
The Shutdown Prophet

Washington couldn’t have gone dark without a radicalized Republican Party. Or maybe it was destined to all along.

September 30, 2013
Hillary in Midair

She’s learned from her mistakes. Three years before November 8, 2016, she’s working hard to be relaxed, calm, easy. But, all the while, the old Clinton gears are whirring.

September 30, 2013
It’s Hard to Hate Rand Paul

The junior senator from Kentucky would be an appalling right-wing president, and yet he is a valuable politician: a man of conviction, and a visitation from a post-Obama political future.

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