With midterm elections on the horizon, the Republican Party is trying to attract women voters by touting over-the-counter contraception and equal pay and painting a picture of being more responsive to women s rights. WSJ s Janet Hook joins the News Hub with details.
WSJ s Janet Hook explains why Congressional Democrats finally ran out of patience with the White House over the Obama health-care rollout: The website s problems hurt lawmakers standing with voters, but the insurance cancellations were especially damaging.
Social media and online networking have exploded over the last fifteen years, but they do not seem to be replacing direct social connections among neighbors or family members around the dining room table, a new Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll has found. Janet Hook reports. Photo: Getty.
Eight primaries are happening across the country Tuesday. WSJ political correspondent Janet Hook joins the News Hub with a look at which states to watch and what the outcomes will mean.
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