Independent political organizations figure to play a big role in the 2012 election, and the Texas governor happens to be rolling in them
The most amazing piece of 2012 political memorabilia: a six-foot planter fashioned after the Texas governor's head
After fueling a wave of primary upsets in 2010, the movement's largest election-spending group targets one of the last of the old guard
The website BadLipReading reveals the Texas governor's secret agenda, including goats for the computer industry
Routine decisions are crises. The whole legislature suffers panic attacks. Is there a clinical term for these emotional difficulties?
WARNING: Do not watch this YouTube clip if you have donated to the Texas governor or feel passionately about the future of hip-hop
Don't buy into the latest round of brinksmanship. If lawmakers follow their own political interests, they'll fund the government.
The Union is evenly represented across the District's main avenues, and Steve Goehrke documented all of them
The former New Mexico governor trails nearly every Republican candidate in polls, but he's the most physically daring by far
A side-by-side comparison between the president and a leading GOP challenger on oil, natural gas, renewables, and coal
The governor could win the hearts of sports fans across the country, but his free-market principles have gotten the better of him
In an interview with Fox's Sean Hannity, the Texas governor downplayed comments he made at a tea-party rally in 2009
Major-conference athletics are on the verge of drastic change. Why the Texas governor might be sports fans' last hope.
A Purple Heart license plate, bearing the letters "IEDED," leaves little doubt as to how this Wisconsin driver was injured in combat
Voters agree with the president's plan to tax the rich, but if he fails to deliver, he'll risk losing the confidence of his base
Photos from inside the billionaire mayor's houses in Manhattan and London, grabbed by The New York Times from his decorator's site
Gone are the days when Congress's deficit panel could work quietly. Now it must confront the demands of Obama and Boehner.
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