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Past articles by Emily:

Trump's attack on Tester shines spotlight on Montana Senate contest

Tester's last two elections were close – he won in 2006 by less than 1 percent and won in 2012 by 1 percent – and Trump took the state by 20 points in 2016. → Read More

Chasing Hillary: The challenge of covering Clinton in the modern media era

Chozick laments about the lack of press access to those who want to be the next leader of the free world, noting the walls of aides that guard them. → Read More

Arizona special election: AP projects Lesko the winner

Democrats and Republicans are watching the Arizona special election for signs of their political standing leading into the November midterms. → Read More

Conservatives, bitter battles cause headaches for GOP in key Senate primaries

The conservative influence in key Senate primaries and the nasty fights brewing could hamper GOP attempts to have a strong majority in the upper chamber next year. → Read More

Lawmakers become more vocal about legalizing marijuana as public support grows

It's an issue that’s popular with two large voting groups among the Democratic Party – minorities and youth. → Read More

Strong fundraising numbers boost Senate Democrats in battle to control upper chamber

Democrats need a treasure trove of dollars to defend their seats plus pick up the two they need to control the upper chamber. → Read More

Judge says felony trial against Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens can go forward

A St. Louis judge denied Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens’ motion to dismiss an invasion of privacy case, meaning the May 14th felony trial will go forward. → Read More

The Note: Trump’s loyalty test

Questions of loyalty – both high and low – haunt the Trump White House. → Read More

Missouri attorney general says Gov. Greitens may have committed felony in relationship with former charity

Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley announced Tuesday that his office found evidence of wrongdoing by GOP Gov. Eric Greitens in relation to his former charity. → Read More

Top Republican woman in the House at risk in 2018 re-election bid

Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers is facing the toughest re-election campaign of her career. → Read More

The Note: Trump world a nexus of spider web connections

The TAKE with Emily Goodin Another thread in the spider web of connections that is President Donald Trump’s world was revealed on Monday, when Michael Cohen’s attorneys claimed one of his clients was Fox News host Sean Hannity. Hannity, an ardent defender of the president who has dined with him... → Read More

The Note: Comey and Trump raise the stakes

This "slime ball" gets his say, and then some. → Read More

Trump the campaigner could help Republicans most in battle to hold Senate

The president may end up most helpful in 2018 is in the battle for the Senate. → Read More

Actress Cynthia Nixon rallies progressives not to settle in their choice of Democrats

Nixon is challenging incumbent Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo, who’s seeking a third term in Albany. → Read More

Missouri governor's troubles could trickle down to state's competitive Senate contest

The fate of Missouri’s Senate contest could be tied to the fate of the state’s governor, Eric Greitens, who is facing calls to resign. → Read More

Ryan's retirement puts his House seat in Democrats' reach

It was Ryan who solidified the former swing district into firm GOP territory. His exit changes that. → Read More

Cindy Hyde-Smith swearing in gives US Senate historic number of women

Republican Cindy Hyde-Smith was sworn in as the first female senator from Mississippi on Monday afternoon, bringing a record number of 23 women serving in the Senate. → Read More

Florida Gov. Rick Scott enters Senate race, setting up expensive challenge to Democrat Bill Nelson

Florida Gov. Rick Scott announced his challenge to Democratic Sen. Bill Nelson on Monday, setting up a battle that could help determine which party controls the Senate. → Read More

March for Our Lives organizers plan weekend town halls with lawmakers

The student behind the “March for Our Lives” are planning a series of town hall this weekend that will contain empty chairs to symbolize the lawmakers not attending. → Read More

The Note: When Trump’s words confound his own government

The TAKE with Rick Klein “Nothing concrete has actually happened,” Larry Kudlow, President Donald Trump’s brand-new top economic adviser, said yesterday. Kudlow was talking about action on tariffs, in what amounted to an effort to declare a truce in an emerging trade war – prompting expected... → Read More