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Pat Buchanan Asks "Can The GOP's Shotgun Marriage Be Saved?"

What seems apparent is that the historic opportunity the party had in January, to forge a coalition of conservatives and populists who might find common ground on immigration, trade, border security, spending, culture and foreign policy, is slipping away.

Morgan Stanley: Here Comes "The Three-Headed Policy Monster"

"Congress will return Labor Day to face what my colleague Michael Zezas calls a “three-headed policy monster”: Raising the debt ceiling, passing a budget and embarking on tax reform. None are easy, but we see the debt ceiling as the most immediate test."

Visualizing How Americans Get Healthcare Coverage

If you ask some people what is going on with U.S. healthcare, they will tell you that things are going “sideways” – that costs are going up, but care is not improving anywhere near the same pace. It’s fair to say that care has been going sideways in the U.S. for some time, and the stakes couldn’t be higher...