Dems fear that a drop-off in minority voters could severely cost them at the polls this fall.
Illinois Democrats are worried embattled Gov. Pat Quinn could cost them several House seats.
Three openly gay House candidates are aiming to change the face of the GOP.
Bill Clinton has been doing damage control on the "wealth" comments.
Democrats are sounding the alarm about spending by outside conservative groups.
National Democrats may have a rare offensive opportunity in the Deep South.
Tea Party-backed senators eyeing 2016 are encouraged by the victory of Dave Brat.
Democrats aim to boil down their criticisms into digestible sound bites.
Parties united to pass legislation that directs $126M over 10 years to pediatric research.
He's challenging GOP establishment candidate Tillis in the primary.
Conservative critics say Iowa's governor wants to get rid of the Iowa Straw Poll.
Several 2014 candidates are emphasizing business experience over political records.
Democrats who rode high on Obama-mania are now seeking to change the subject.
Republicans are turning to ideological doppelganger of the man Al Franken narrowly defeated.
This and other revelations are in HRC, a new book about Clinton.
Sen. Rubio unveiled a series of education reform proposals.
Obama and congressional Democrats are plotting strategy for 2014.