State of the Union ad lib hints at the deep tensions that underlie the president’s call for a more bipartisan atmosphere in Washington.
As Republicans take hold of the U.S. Senate in Washington today, Americans aren’t expecting much change or positivity to come from Congress.
During the depths of the economic crises that consumed his first term, President Barack Obama helped pluck a Harvard professor named Elizabeth Warren out of relative obscurity and made her the face of his campaign to curtail Wall Street banks.
A half-dozen potential Republican presidential contenders spent last week coaxing would-be supporters at a Florida resort.
Many parents upset about school property being used for a political rally involving Democrats Bill Clinton and Sen. Mark Pryor.
Democratic Rep. Ami Bera and former Republican congressman Doug Ose spent nearly $20 million in California’s 7th Congressional District.
Republican Dan Sullivan defeated Sen. Mark Begich in a race that was too close to call on election night.
Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., won’t put up with his party if they try to block the Republicans’ Senate agenda over the next two years.
In the wake of last week’s midterm elections that gave GOP lawmakers control of both the House and Senate, a clear majority of Republican voters say they don’t want their party leaders working with President Obama – even if it means less gets done in Washington.
Louisiana governor urges Congressional majorities leaders to do more than simply reject President Obama’s policies.