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Noam Scheiber

Nightmare on Clinton Street? Elizabeth Warren Makes Her Play for 2016

Alan Kelly | Posted 01.23.2014 | Media
Alan Kelly

Who or what is behind The New Republic's piece, "Hillary's Nightmare? A Democratic Party That Realizes Its Soul Lies With Elizabeth Warren," is politi...

Bob Woodward's Disastrous Book

The New Republic | Posted 10.09.2012 | Politics

THE MOST VIVID scene in Bob Woodward’s new book has almost nothing to do with his central narrative, but reveals a lot about the narrator. The scene...

Sam Stein

Peter Orszag, Former Top Obama Adviser, Takes Issue With Critical Book

HuffingtonPost.com | Sam Stein | Posted 02.24.2012 | Politics

WASHINGTON -- One of President Barack Obama's former top advisers is taking issue with his portrayal in a new book exploring the economic team's inter...

Sam Stein

Obama Advisor Pushed For $1.8 Trillion Stimulus

HuffingtonPost.com | Sam Stein | Posted 02.14.2012 | Politics

WASHINGTON -- As policy pursuits go, none has had more consequence for the Obama administration than the stimulus: Not only did the American Recovery ...

How Is Leaking Like Getting a Job?

Bradley W. Bloch | Posted 05.25.2011 | Politics
Bradley W. Bloch

The social cohesion of small groups may diminish the possibility of someone using the Internet to pass along classified documents -- but it will not remove it.

Ignore the Media's Rahm Obsession

John McQuaid | Posted 05.25.2011 | Media
John McQuaid

While the recent spate of Rahm Emanuel profiles offer some insight into the workings of the Obama presidency, they're simply not interesting. They reveal more about the media than our current political predicament.

The Case for Slow Politics

Sheri and Allan Rivlin | Posted 05.25.2011 | Politics
Sheri and Allan Rivlin

Fast politics now seems as likely to lead to lasting progressive policy change as speed dating is to lead to a lasting love relationship.

Why The Unemployment Rate Likely Won't Hit 10%: Nate Silver

fivethirtyeight.com | Nate Silver | Posted 05.25.2011 | Business

In spite of last week's better-than-expected jobs report, many intelligent observers seem convinced that the unemployment rate, which fell nominally t...