The two technology issues were featured on the White House's "2014: A year in review" on Monday.
57 percent would not want Obama to campaign with them, while 41 percent said they would
"If this is going to be a true, bipartisan inquiry, we'll participate," said Steve Israel.
The White House’s decision to extend the ability of consumers to keep their healthcare plan even...
Only 46 percent think their member of Congress deserves reelection, a record low.
Tisei lost the matchup in 2012 by a little more than 3,500 votes.
OPINION | It is no secret that there is widespread disappointment in the Obama presidency.
RGA chairman increased the number of GOP governors and pulled off unexpected victories.
Twenty-eight percent of people aged 18–31 said they would vote in the midterm elections.
OPINON | Amid a torrent of polling, Democrats are clinging to some comforting silver linings.
OPINION | Bill Clinton has begun his ride to rescue Democrats in the 2014 midterm elections.
OPINION | In the grim gridlock of 2014, there are green shoots on immigration reform.
Facing a tough race, the lawmaker will stay in D.C. during president's visit to her state.
The outgoing mayor might use his fortune to help elect climate change hawks to Congress.