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US Survey: Nearly Half of Americans Are Angrier at Current

VOA News A new U.S. survey shows that nearly half of Americans are angrier at current events than they were a year ago, with whites, Republicans and women the most outraged. Overall, the NBC News/Survey Monkey/Esquire online poll released Sunday said that 49 percent of Americans found themselves feeling angrier about the news in 2015. […]readmore


Republicans Appear on Verge of Senate Control

Less than two weeks before U.S. congressional midterm elections, a Republican takeover of the Senate seems likely, though not certain. And we may not even know for sure on Election Day, November 4. Possible runoff elections in Louisiana in December and Georgia in January mean it’s possible that party control of the Senate may not […]readmore


Republicans Confident as Midterm Elections Near

One month before U.S. congressional midterm elections, Republicans believe control of both chambers of Congress is now within their reach. The outcome of a handful of key Senate races around the country will determine which party controls the Senate next year, and that in turn could have a significant impact on President Barack Obama’s final […]readmore