New Republican senators who sometimes breathed tea-party fire as candidates are adopting a more moderate tone as they enter Congress.
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.
Former Obama adviser David Axelrod says there can be debate about whether 30 or 40 hours a week is the threshold for the ACA.
The head of the Democrats’ House campaign arm rebuffed a request from House leader Nancy Pelosi to guide the party’s political efforts for a third campaign cycle and instead sought another role inside Pelosi’s leadership team.
Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., is mocking Democratic Senate candidates who lost in Tuesday’s midterm elections by calling them “Hillary’s losers.”
With public polls showing Sen. Mitch McConnell leading his Democratic challenger Allison Lundergan Grimes, the Republican leader focused on another prize in his final pitch to voters Monday: becoming Senate majority leader.
House Speaker John Boehner is expressing confidence that his fellow Republicans will take control of the U.S. Senate and build on their House majority.
Claiming new momentum 48 hours before polls open across America, Republicans on Sunday assailed President Barack Obama in a final weekend push to motivate voters as Democrats deployed their biggest stars to help preserve an endangered Senate majority.
Economist Ben Stein believes the White House is playing the race card in an effort to get African-Americans to vote against Republicans.
Political analysts are predicting another Bush/Clinton presidential contest in 2016.