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  • Who will win control of the US Congress in 2018?
    Who will win control of the US Congress in 2018?

    Who will win control of the US Congress in 2018?

    Polling shows generic ballot results for the November midterm elections for Congress (House of Representatives and Senate) in the United States between the Republican and Democratic Party. All poll data and ratings are from RealClearPolitics averages and historical statistics.
    Javier Figueroa
  • The 'progressive' Democrats to watch in the November elections (in photos)
    The 'progressive' Democrats to watch in the November elections (in photos)

    The 'progressive' Democrats to watch in the November elections (in photos)

    In the midst of a polarized political climate - fueled in part by the president - party moderates are being displaced by more liberal and, generally younger, leaders. More women are also running for office. In their agenda, almost all propose elements of socialist ideology such as universal access to health, assistance for the poor and the abolition of ICE, among other points.
  • Donald Trump wants more than a wall
    Donald Trump wants more than a wall

    Donald Trump wants more than a wall

    The president has hung an 'Immigrants not welcome' sign at the border.
    Jorge Ramos
  • A Blue Wave, or just a ripple?
    A Blue Wave, or just a ripple?

    A Blue Wave, or just a ripple?

    As the dust settles after the midterms, analysts are in broad agreement that a demographic shift among voters could spell trouble for Trump in two years' time.
    David C Adams
  • Younger, more diverse voters could determine outcome in Florida elections
    Younger, more diverse voters could determine outcome in Florida elections

    Younger, more diverse voters could determine outcome in Florida elections

    A growing segment of younger voters who are not affiliated to either party could be key in this swing state with a history of close elections.
    David C Adams
  • López Obrador confidently resists attacks in Mexico's first presidential debate
    López Obrador confidently resists attacks in Mexico's first presidential debate

    López Obrador confidently resists attacks in Mexico's first presidential debate

    "Everyone here is against me. They're throwing everything at me," AMLO tells his rivals. On July 1, Mexicans will head to the polls to elect their next president, Congress and state governments.
  • Amnesty for drug traffickers? That's one Mexican presidential candidate's pitch to voters
    Amnesty for drug traffickers? That's one Mexican presidential candidate's pitch to voters

    Amnesty for drug traffickers? That's one Mexican presidential candidate's pitch to voters

    The idea, by leftist front-runner Andrés Manuel López Obrador, is undeveloped and quite likely quixotic. His three competitors have mostly frustrated voters this campaign season by suggesting the same tried-and-failed law enforcement-based strategies.
    Luis Gómez Romero
  • Republicans suffer historic blow in Alabama as Democrat wins U.S. Senate seat, defeats scandal-plagued judge
    Republicans suffer historic blow in Alabama as Democrat wins U.S. Senate seat, defeats scandal-plagued judge

    Republicans suffer historic blow in Alabama as Democrat wins U.S. Senate seat, defeats scandal-plagued judge

    Democrats celebrate first Senate win in state in 25 years, putting Trump’s legislative agenda in jeopardy.
    Jessica Weiss
  • To the polls: these five women explain why they're running for office in 2018
    To the polls: these five women explain why they're running for office in 2018

    To the polls: these five women explain why they're running for office in 2018

    The Women's March is pivoting to politics, pushing women to get involved as candidates and voters like never before. That adds fuel to a record-breaking number of women running for office.
    Jessica Weiss
  • More than a protest: on its one-year anniversary, the Women's March has become a movement
    More than a protest: on its one-year anniversary, the Women's March has become a movement

    More than a protest: on its one-year anniversary, the Women's March has become a movement

    Many wondered whether the march’s energy would transfer into actual change. The answer is a clear yes. We look at some of the highlights of the past year.
    Jessica Weiss
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