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Impeachment 101: How could Congress remove President Trump from office?

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Center Director Steven Smith quoted in LA Times article

Where Democrats and Republicans Live In Your City

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Center Post-Doc Research Fellow Steven Webster quoted in 538 online

Why Nobody Wants to be a Senator Anymore

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Center Director Steven Smith quoted in Fortune

GOP sets up firewall for Trump on Mueller

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Center Director Steven Smith quoted in The Hill e-letter

A Guide to Possible Paths to Impeachment (or not) in the House

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Center Director Steven Smith quoted in Politifact article

Truck drivers held a protest on Friday about some of the biggest issues in the industry

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Jake Rosenfeld, Weidenbaum Center Research Fellow, quoted in this article.

Did Obama's final years beat Trump on jobs, stock values?

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An article of statistical comparison between former President Barack Obama and President Trump.

We are Either a Team or We're Not

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There is a larger story behind the bitterness expressed inside the House Democratic caucus last week after 26 moderate Democratic members defied the leadership to support a Republican proposal to require reporting undocumented immigrants who try to buy guns to immigration authorities.

About That Big Regulatory Rollback...

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Rolling back regulations was supposed to be a major priority for President Donald Trump, and members of his administration claim that this rollback is well underway and boosting the economy. “Particularly in 2017, the deregulation started everywhere across the board.”

Donald Trump wrong that Harry Reid was 'thrown out' of office

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President Donald Trump famously said, "When someone attacks me, I always attack back … except 100x more." Trump appears to have stuck to this approach with former Senate Democratic leader Harry Reid of Nevada.

Polar Vortex - The Political Kind

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A few years ago, Steven Webster was working in Washington and frequently giving tours of the U.S. Capitol when one particular tour went rather south, to put it mildly – and also sparked his decision to study political science.

Many Americans think that climate-change deniers ‘get what they deserve’ when disasters strike

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Earlier this month, President Trump raised eyebrows when he tweeted that Californians and their state government were to blame for the devastating fires that left 76 people dead and thousands of others injured. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) accused Trump of “insult[ing] the memory” of those who died as a result of the disaster.