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Impact of New Cuba Policy on Scientific Collaboration and Exchange Between U.S. And Cuban Researchers

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Expert Prediction: Don't Expect Much from 114th U.S. Congress

When the 114th U.S. Congress starts on Jan. 3 it will mark the first time since 1994 that Republicans hold majorities in both the House and Senate under a Democratic president. A presidential expert and two Congressional scholars predict what will happen this time around.

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Researchers Find Americans Sorting Themselves Into Politically Similar Counties

Researchers at the University of Rhode Island have analyzed almost 40 years of election data and relocation patterns around the United States and found that Americans are increasingly sorting themselves into politically homogeneous communities. But it hasn’t happened in the way they expected.

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Mia Love Congressional Victory Hints at GOP Diversity Potential

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Vanderbilt Experts Can Speak About Election Results

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Political Expert Available at McConnell Press Conference

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Video: UK Professor Discusses Why Mitch McConnell Won Kentucky Senate Race

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Various Experts Available for Analysis of Midterm Election Results - Political, Economic & Social Impact

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Kentucky Senate Matchup: Louisville Expert Discusses McConnell v. Grimes

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Election Day: The Saddest Day of the Year?

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Election Day is difficult for many political candidates. But it’s no picnic for their supporters either. A new study co-authored by a researcher at Washington University in St. Louis shows just how tough election days can be. The study, co-authored by Lamar Pierce, PhD, associate professor of organization and strategy at Olin Business School, finds that winning elections barely improves the happiness of those from the winning political party.

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