Pollsters Amy Walter of the Hotline and Andrew Kohut of the Pew Research Center weigh exit poll data from Tuesday's election and discuss who voted for each candidate and why.
Before the third night of the Republican convention, columnists Mark Shields and David Brooks discuss what's likely ahead from speakers trying to rally the party.
As the GOP gears up for general election, the party faces challenges on economic policy and uniting its base around John McCain's White House bid. Analysts Andy Kohut and Amy Walter examine the challenges ahead for the Republicans.
In the first of two reports on voter sentiment in Iowa ahead of the state's early caucus, Judy Woodruff examines how the Democratic candidates are approaching the state's voters and the influence of the women's vote.
New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg said this week he is leaving the Republican Party to become an independent, fueling speculation that he plans to run for president in 2008. A political reporter discusses the move.
From "The African Queen" to "Hotel Rwanda," Africa has served as both a distant backdrop for story lines with diverse themes as well home to intricate characters who make difficult choices. Essayist Clarence Page reflects on the evolving stream of…
Consumer advocate Ralph Nader joined the 2004 presidential race Sunday, announcing he will run as an independent candidate.
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Both Democrats and Republicans are outnumbered in New Hampshire this year.
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