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As Republican and Democratic candidates woo the Midwest, left-coasters are feeling ignored.
Who will Mitt Romney's VP pick be? What does it mean? Does anybody really care?
Portland, with its pot and naked cyclists, could be the Northwest's 'coolest' city when it comes to politics too.
There are 51 candles on Obama’s cake today, as he fights for his political life.
Red politics in a blue-collar state.
Romney remarks cause a stir in Israel.
The Republican candidate battles with foot-in-mouth disease on his first major overseas trip.
In the Northwest, the American Dream is alive and well — and available from Amazon.com.
The president comes to woo the wealthy, leaves the hoi polloi alone.
US voters want to talk about gun control in the wake of yet another senseless mass shooting.
Politics and nature pummel America’s midsection.
The Democratic and Republican presidential campaigns were already unattractive. Now they've become downright absurd.
In fact, in the 2012 presidential race, it positively screams.
The president goes on the offensive, but it may not be doing much good.
The Republican candidate’s two-pronged reaction to the Supreme Court’s health-care ruling lands him in hot water.
The nation celebrates another birthday, but can’t seem to decide what it wants to be when it grows up.
I have spoken to dozens of people about the health care act across the country. While reactions are split along party lines, neither side had a monopoly on logic.
Both sides claim victory after the Supreme Court struck down most of Arizona's prickly SB 1070 immigration law. Hispanics, not so much.
For some, Romney’s Mormon faith is a non-issue. For others, it’s the main attraction.
Protesters drive a Cadillac with a toy dog on the roof, while others root for Ron Paul. Republican Mitt Romney’s 'Every Town Counts' tour fails to impress some folks in this swing state.