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MIDTERM MADNESS: Sinema declared winner in Arizona
Here's how Democrats changed the minds of voters over 50, a key group in the midterms and beyond.
Advocates for more women in political power see this midterm cycle as only the beginning.
AZ-SEN: Kyrsten Sinema has been declared the winner in Arizona's Senate race, nearly a week after the election.
FL-SEN: Here's our team's fact check of Trump's claims about voter fraud so far.
The New York Times goes inside the GOP strategy to discredit the recount.
Rick Scott is acting a lot like Trump as the recount continues.
Palm Beach County says it can't meet its Thursday recount deadline.
FL-GOV: Will Andrew Gillum ultimately be seen as a champion of voting rights or as a sore loser?
GA-GOV: A federal judge has ordered elections officials to review thousands of provisional ballots that have not been counted.
GA-7: With his race still uncalled, Rep. Rob Woodall is starting to criticize his Democratic opponent.
IA-4: Just after his reelection, Steve King dared the Weekly Standard to release a recording in which the publication claimed King referred to immigrants as "dirt." They published it.
2020: Sherrod Brown mulls a presidential bid
Here's what Sherrod Brown has to say about a potential presidential bid.
Youth and Latino voter mobilization groups are already starting to think about 2020.
TRUMP AGENDA: Is Nielsen out at DHS?
Trump plans to force Kirstjen Nielsen out, per the Washington Post.
The state of Maryland plans to ask a judge to declare that Rod Rosenstein should be the acting attorney general rather than Matthew Whitaker.
Jerome Corsi says he believes he's about to be indicted.
Lawmakers are finishing a bipartisan sentencing reform bill — but will Trump embrace it?
THE DEM AGENDA: Pelosi snuffs out intraparty challenges
Pelosi is moving quickly to snuff out challenges to her power within her own party.
And Pelosi's allies are warning about the optics of ousting a woman.
Should upstart Democrats try to oust Hoyer instead?