How the Republican Party's attacks on Sonia Sotomayor poisoned the well with Latino voters.
This week we focus on what happened in Texas, plus a round-up of other state news.
Links for your afternoon.
At least according to Rick Santorum's logic
Mitt Romney may not have meant for his latest attack to sound like a dog whistle, but that's what it is.
No, he won't be a hugely influential leader of conservatives.
Today's Balance Sheet: The IMF moves forward with its contribution to the bailout.
Newt Gingrich believes that he can win the nomination, and he's not leaving the show.
The state holds its real election tomorrow, but the results won't be known for months.
The former Obama advisor accuses Republicans of electioneering.
Is he a guy who tells lies, or is he a liar? It doesn't really matter.
Governors in Wisconsin and Utah will decide whether students will get information about contraception in their sex-ed classes.
State lawmakers have taken the lead from conservatives in Congress.
One reason to care about the outcome of this year's election.
Community finally comes back on the air tonight to finish up its third season, and it's kind of a big deal for the show's rabid fans.