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The Insider’s Guide to Election Polls

Don't believe the pundits! Why that five-point lead for McCain doesn't mean much, the Verizon Effect could be crucial, and you should ignore the exit polls on November 4.

By Nate Silver

Voters Souring on Obama As Never Before

His momentum has vanished, the race has drawn to a dead heat, and Republicans are, maybe for the first time, showing some real optimism.

By Dan Amira

Bloomberg Wants to Turn NYC Into Windy City

Ever walked to work in the winter on the far West Side and battled that insane breeze off the Hudson? Soon enough, that wind could be working for you!

By Chris Rovzar

Heilemann: McCain’s Pro-Choice V.P. Bluff

The alarm bells started ringing last week in the rightmost corners of Republican Nation, when John McCain suggested to 'The Weekly Standard' that the door was still open to the possibility of his naming Tom Ridge as his running mate.

By John Heilemann