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Political Cornflakes: Are Trump's rhetoric and policies tied to a rise in hate crimes? House Democrats plan to investigate that question. - Salt Lake Tribune

Political Cornflakes: Are Trump's rhetoric and policies tied to a rise in hate crimes? House Democrats plan to investigate that question.Salt Lake TribuneThe expected incoming chairman of the House Judiciary Committee says that when Democrats take over the chamber, they plan to investigate the rise in hate ...

Wednesday Morning National Politics; An Upside to NYC's Inequality; The New Majority Leader; The Case for Collusion | The Brian Lehrer Show - WNYC

Wednesday Morning National Politics; An Upside to NYC's Inequality; The New Majority Leader; The Case for Collusion | The Brian Lehrer ShowWNYCJonathan Lemire, White House reporter for the Associated Press and political analyst for MSNBC/NBC News, talks about the latest national political news.

The lesson of 2018 for Democrats is not that they need a more moderate message for rural voters - The Washington Post

The lesson of 2018 for Democrats is not that they need a more moderate message for rural votersThe Washington PostOne of the great frustrations in evaluating the success or failure of political campaigns is that no two races are exactly the same. No two candidates hold ...

On Politics With Lisa Lerer: A Choice for Mississippi

Pelosi Faces Another Internal Threat to Her Leadership, This Time Over Partisan Gridlock

Congress's Lame-Duck Session: Critical Bills, Looming Deadlines, Little Unity

NJ Politics Digest: Booker Says He'll Consider Presidential Bid

'It's a Long Story': Justice John Paul Stevens, 98, Is Publishing a Memoir

When Politics Became Pop Culture

The Suburbs Are Changing. But Not in All the Ways Liberals Hope.

How a Liberal Couple Became Two of NY's Biggest Trump Supporters

New era in state politics begins

Obama Alumni Return to Washington, This Time as House Freshmen

'Kavanaugh's Revenge' Fell Short Against Democrats in the Midterms

The Week Ahead in New York Politics, November 26

Sasse: 'Something is wrong with you' if you put politics first in life