Don Gonyea Don Gonyea is a NPR National Political Correspondent based in Washington, D.C., and travels throughout the United States covering elections and the country's political climate. His reports can be heard on all NPR programs and at NPR.org.

Tea Partiers Rally For Deeper Cuts

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Gov. Kasich: Ohioans Must Get Used To Change

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In a photo released by NBC News, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Secretary of Defense Robert Gates discuss Middle East policy on Meet the Press. William B. Plowman/AP hide caption

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Obama Seeks To Define Libya Mission In Speech

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Iowa Prepares For 2012 Presidential Primaries

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5 GOP Presidential Maybes Share Iowa Stage

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Karen Wallace (right) and Meryleigh Brainerd (left), both teachers in California, join in a candlelight vigil in front of the state Capitol to express solidarity with union members in Wisconsin. Decades ago, says a labor historian, the typical unionized worker was a blue-collar male. Now, it's more likely to be a schoolteacher. Robert Durell/AP hide caption

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The Changing Face Of Organized Labor

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Ohio Follows Wisconsin's Lead On Budget Cuts

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N.J. Gov. Christie Takes On Taboo Topics With Gusto

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CPAC Auditions GOP Candidates

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GOP Presidential Hopefuls Court CPAC Attendees

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Conservative Activists Gather In Washington

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President Ronald Reagan campaigns for his economic policies in 1987 before a sign that reads "Truth in Spending, Americans Deserve It." Mike Sargent/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Ronald Reagan: The 'Original Tea Party Candidate'

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The crowd cheers during last year's Conservative Political Action Conference in Washington. Jose Luis Magana/AP hide caption

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Groups Skip Conservative Gathering Over Gay Sponsor

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