Burma will hold its first open elections in 25 years on Sunday. Two parties are favored to form the next government - the military junta-backed USDP and opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi's National league for Democracy. We’ll look at the elections with journalist Delphine Schrank, author of "The Rebel of Rangoon: A Tale of Defiance and Deliverance in Burma."
A very public spat between Senators Dick Durbin of Illinois and Chuck Schumer of New York is dashing Democrats' hopes for a drama-free succession in the wake of Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid's retirement.
We’re not talking about the head-to-head horse race polls you hear about on the news. Campaigns collect data that often never sees the light of day, though it helps decide what politicians tell you. Here’s how it works.