Politics

A Social Network of One's Own

Pinterest is quickly becoming the safest place for women to socialize on the Internet.

The Emerging Sotomayor-Muppet Axis of Evil

Friday's legal news round-up

"Marriage Equality" Coming to the Dem Platform Soon

And today Tigger is back, with still more portents of DOMA's coming demise. 

Is It Springtime for the Economy?

Today's Balance Sheet: Wages are on the slow and steady rise.

How Olympia Snowe's "Moderation" Hurt the Economy

She's partly to thank for a smaller stimulus, fewer jobs, and a slower recovery.

Ken Mehlman's Regrets

The former RNC chairman looks back. 

Geithner's Latest Alibi

Regulators had all the power they needed to effectively deal with the financial crisis.

In Ohio, the Underlying Facts Look Great for Santorum

The race in Ohio is neck-and-neck, but the numbers trend in Santorum's direction.

Right to Know Versus Right to Withhold

Kansas Republicans are upping the ante on anti-abortion legislation.

Copyright Fight Hits the Lab

The Research Works Act keeps the battle started by SOPA and PIPA in the headlines.

GOP Senators Opt to Support Another Piece of Unpopular Legislation

Republicans try, and fail, to pass a restrictive amendment on birth control coverage.

My Frenemy, Andrew Breitbart

The conservative activist antagonized the left, but maybe we're better off because of it.

Partisanship and Moderation Can Coexist

You can have one and the other!

The Decline of Guns

We're becoming less and less of a gun-toting nation.

Blunt Amendment Fails in the Senate

But nearly every Republican votes to restrict access to birth control

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