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Now, the polarization that has contributed to gridlock is likely to be reinforced, not relieved.
Secessionist movements across the U.S. refuse to die.
Call it two-fisted phone banking in race for Georgia governor.
He went to the polls with his mom when she voted.
The delivery man had left his hard hat in his trunk.
Regulation changes would take effect in 2015.
Eric Frein reportedly told investigators he went on line whenever he found open wireless.
Target itself doesn't seem to be involved in making its employee a social media sensation.
Detectives say security images show man using card Monday some 75 miles from Philadelphia.
Voters approve legal pot, minimum wage hikes, gun background checks. They're mixed on abortion.
GOP wins Arkansas, Maryland and Massachusetts, three seats that had been held by Democrats
Voters have negative views of incumbent Rick Scott and challenger Charlie Crist.
State releases water-use data as voters head to polls to vote on water bond measure.
Laws focus on medical marijuana and whether to legalize recreational marijuana.
She told police she heard voices compelling her to do so.
Hopeful also accused of leaving the scene of a traffic accident.
House Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio, pledges focus on economy
President Obama has a string of White House meetings this Election Day.
McConnell holds Senate seat, GOP picks up 7 seats
Chief Warrant Officer Ralph Rigby is the last continuously serving draftee on active duty.