Hillary Clinton was eager to give a wink and a nod to her potential 2016 presidential run during her appearance in Iowa on Sunday.
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Foreign policy looks likely to become an issue in the midterms, and Democrats are caught in a quandary on how to handle it.
Sen. Mark Begich’s (D-Alaska) ad tying a horrific murder case in Alaska to Republican Dan Sullivan was a risk that immediately backfired.
The effort could offer Republicans another opportunity not only to hammer red-state Democrats for what they’ve deemed are Obama’s job-killing energy policies, but also to attack Obama for a pattern of “lawlessness,” if he seeks to go around Congress to secure the pact.
It’s silly season on television, as candidates compete on crowded airwaves for voters’ dwindling attention.
The pressure’s on Republicans tomorrow night, as the second-to-last round of primaries will decide whether they have a shot at a handful of Democratic-held seats once considered top targets.
Pine as Republicans might for the past, Mitt Romney’s appearances on Thursday with his former running mate don’t presage a presidential run for either one.
As the Republican establishment prepares to celebrate a near-perfect primary record after the Kansas and Tennessee Senate primaries close out this week, one fight continues to rage, in Mississippi.
Republicans got another shot at making the midterms all about ObamaCare with an appeals court decision striking down a major tenet of the law on Tuesday.
The D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals ruling would effectively bar consumers...
All five national Republican Party committees presented a united, optimistic front in evaluating their chances for the fall elections on Wednesday, but tensions between the base and establishment wings of the party remained.