The Congressional Black Caucus: Powerful, Diverse and Newly Complicated

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The group, which includes most Black members of Congress, remains publicly united. But in private, an influx of new members who think differently about its purpose are making a play for the future. Online-PR: … […]

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Conservative Group, Seizing on Crime as an Issue, Seeks Recall of Prosecutors

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A group backed by undisclosed donors is targeting three Democratic prosecutors in Northern Virginia for recall campaigns in a test of what could be a national strategy in 2022. Online-PR: … unsere digitale Pressearbeit im […]



5 takeaways from the final Democratic debate for New York mayor.

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Most candidates avoided attacking Eric Adams, the presumed front-runner, while mental illness and affordable housing dominated the policy discussion.



Has New York Hit a Progressive Plateau? The Mayor’s Race Is a Key Test.

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Concerns about crime are dominating the Democratic primary, and the party’s left wing has just started to coalesce.



Why a New Mexico House Race Is a Crucial Test of the G.O.P. Focus on Crime

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In a special election to replace Deb Haaland, Democrats are bolstering their nominee, taking no chances that a law-and-order argument against her will cost them what should be a safe House seat.



Pride Said Gay Cops Aren’t Welcome. Then Came the Backlash.

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Just as L.G.B.T.Q. visibility reached a new peak, splinter groups are re-examining the annual parade. Is Pride too corporate? Should police officers be allowed to march? Is it a revolution, or is it a party?