2014 midterm elections

California Democrat Retains Seat In Costliest House RaceDemocratic Rep. Ami Bera and former Republican congressman Doug Ose spent nearly $20 million in California's 7th Congressional District.
GOP's Win In Alaska Adds To Party's Senate SweepRepublican Dan Sullivan defeated Sen. Mark Begich in a race that was too close to call on election night.
Jindal: GOP 'Better Not Waste' Election VictoriesLouisiana governor urges Congressional majorities leaders to do more than simply reject President Obama's policies.
Exit Polls: White Voters Turn Away From DemocratsVoters who cast ballots in Tuesday's election had a strikingly similar demographic profile to those who voted in 2010 and weren't all that different from those voting in 2006. But how they voted this year was very different from years past.
GOP In Charge: Eager To Move On Keystone XL, TaxesRepublicans say they are ready to move legislation approving the Keystone pipeline, trim Obamacare and cut taxes.
Scott Walker Projected To Win Re-Election As Wisconsin GovernorWalker considered a possible 2016 Republican presidential candidate.
Exit Poll: Party Leaders A Drag On Both SidesMore than a third of those who voted for a Republican House candidate were dissatisfied or angry with GOP leaders in Congress; a quarter of Democratic voters upset with President Obama.
Obama: 'This Election Cycle Probably The Worst Possible Group Of States For Democrats' Since EisenhowerHe compares the states Democrats are defending to the 1958 Republican losses during the presidency of Dwight Eisenhower.
Md. Elections Board Gets 56 Vote-Flipping ReportsMaryland elections officials got a handful of reports of malfunctioning election machines Tuesday but said the problem did not lead to incorrectly cast ballots.
Republicans Stay Strong In TexasGreg Abbot is projected to be the next governor of the Lone Star state, John Cornyn wins his 3rd term in the Senate.
Lt. Gov. Brown Casts Ballot in Maryland ElectionMaryland Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown has cast his ballot in Maryland's election
Rep. Clyburn: Many In South Find Obama Unacceptable Because Of 'Skin Color'Rep. James Clyburn, D-S.C., argues that a deep-rooted racism in some parts of the South are behind the president's unpopularity in the region.