The stage is set and actors are in place for immigration reform in 2013. However, it's still going to an epic battle over details.
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As the 113th Congress replaces the 112th, House Republicans should pay close attention to three vital issues to avoid further gridlock and poor prospects for the GOP.
John Kerry will likely be the next secretary of state. It's a great move by Obama for several reasons.
As the results come in, all eyes are on Ohio. Here's a look at Cuyahoga County, Hamilton County, and Lake County, arguably the three most important counties in the country.
In the final homestretch, President Obama is leading Ohio with a slight edge. No Republican has ever won the presidency without winning Ohio. Will Romney win without Ohio? Or could he still win?
Follow along with me as we watch history in the making.
When it comes to the presidential election, Hurricane Sandy is a mixed bag for both candidates, as even in the aftermath of the storm makes its presence felt in early voting and in the media.
Do the debates still matter in 2012? Or is the Obama-Romney face off tonight largely futile?
Mitt Romney has nothing to fear from the Latest Polls from the Battleground States
Romney made the economy the central focus of his pitch on Thursday for why he should be the next president of the United States.
At the end of the day, I believe this is a pretty good pick for Romney.
Portman has it all: experience, bipartisan respect -- and most importantly -- Ohio, Ohio, Ohio.
Wealth is a an irrelevant benchmark for measuring a candidate.
How the mayor of Newark can position himself for national office in 2016 and beyond.
All the best and worst points of the 2012 Republican Primary
Mitt Romney's expected win in Wisconsin on Tuesday will unofficially mark the end of the 2012 race for the GOP nomination
Romney needs to win large states like Illinois to win the nomination.
Ohio, Virginia, Montana, and Massachusetts hold the key to the office of the majority leader of the Senate in 2012.
The real story of Thursday night's GOP debate was Newt Gingrich’s second wife's releasing controversial comments about his moral character.
Though New Hampshire is a key primary, many students at Dartmouth College seem unenthusiastic, especially in comparison to past elections.
For a political junkie and novice alike, this should be an entertaining and thrilling depiction.
The strengths and weaknesses of four potential GOP candidates.
The student body and university are enthusiastic about hosting an essential part of the political process with tonight's debate.
If the current political atmosphere continues to resonate through next year, most young voters will probably sit out the 2012 elections.
Even though some liberals are angered by Obama's debt ceiling compromises, his deal was the optimal one for his 2012 campaign.