Public uneasiness magnifies perils for President Obama and party colleagues in tight races.
Progressives hope the senator can be persuaded to enter race for White House.
In Steve Harvey interview, president appeals to constituencies to "really pay attention."
Even those who have healthy leads in opinion polls are not taking victory for granted.
Organizing for American brings in only $1.8 million in the third quarter.
It is an effort that allies say will far exceed the current president’s campaign efforts.
The percentage of people identifying as Republican is dropping.
For its part, the NRA is confronting the challenge head-on.
Ready for Hilary Super-PAC to visit six campuses in Iowa next week.
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Recent events provide plenty of clues to how a Clinton presidential bid would be received.
Mitt Romney is in demand, and it’s raising speculation.
A combative Rick Perry on Thursday dismissed the criminal indictment against him.
Twenty-three Democrats and 42 Republicans make The Hill's list.
Leonardo DiCaprio, Ben Affleck, Barbra Streisand and others have given big to GOP targets.
Both sides say voters are looking skeptically at attack ads funded by outside groups.
Democrats are weighed down by a lack of enthusiasm and an unpopular president.
He appears headed for a primary win despite a controversy over his residency.
Palin calls Holder incompetent, notes Congress found him in contempt.