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Rep. Elise Stefanik, the youngest woman in Congress, cultivates a bipartisan reputation and wants to recruit more like her.
The push for a “bathroom bill” — and Donald Trump — inspired a surge of LGBT candidates.
This week’s news from China marks a shift in global politics toward single-ruler government.
Local authorities and institutions are being hit with an increasing number of ransomware attacks.
Jenifer Sarver worries the GOP is losing a generation, and is using her long-shot run for Congress to win them back.
Across America, big business conservatism is clashing with small business conservatism.
Why can’t Wisconsin make up its mind? The birthplace of progressivism and the Republican Party is a modern-day seesaw.
National donors are starting to pour money into races for secretaries of state.
Mary Wilson might be the only gay math teacher turned pastor running for Congress in America.
As Putin prepares for a fourth term, Tatarstan is the latest target of his pre-election centralization drive.
Italy’s South is politically unpredictable and could potentially swing next month’s election.
Gina Ortiz Jones, a Filipina former intelligence officer, left the civil service to run back home in Texas.