2014 midterm elections
Dems worry Landrieu won't be able to overcome GOP opponent.
Some proceeds from the Dec. 1 event will go to Cassidy ahead of his runoff election.
House Dem leader says biennial questions about her reign aren't asked of male GOP leaders.
“When Louisiana needed disaster aid, I was there. Where was Bill?” said Sen. Landrieu.
House minority leader acknowledges "terrible year" in 75-minute call with her caucus.
Vice President Biden did reach the man who will be Senate majority leader.
Vulnerable Democrats say they were unable to shed the shadow of an unpopular White House.
McConnell has one of party's "sharpest minds," minority whip says.
Biden predicts Dem wins in Alaska, Georgia, North Carolina.
Tea Party candidate would have been “Todd Akin, Richard Mourdock on steroids.”
GOP candidates are training their closing arguments on Obama.
"I don’t think you can take anything for granted,” the longtime GOP heavyweight said.
Voters "did not vote for dirty air, dirty water or climate denial,” Sierra Club says.
Centrist Dems say the chamber has become engulfed in partisan sniping during his tenure.
Rep. Marcia Fudge (D-Ohio) says low turnout among blacks isn't to blame for midterm losses.
“They’d like to see more cooperation,” the president said of voters.
Veterans Ernst, Cotton and Peters win Senate races.
The GOP's Elise Stefanik becomes the youngest woman ever elected to Congress.
Republicans are defending 22 of the 36 mansions up for grabs.
With GOP confidence growing, Dems turn to ground game.
Former Mississippi Gov. Haley Barbour (R) is shrugging off claims that the GOP has turned Ebola and...
The two polls represent more good news for Republicans in Senate fight.
“If they get the Senate, they better do something," the former Democratic governor said.
The Clintons have crisscrossed the country in recent weeks for Democratic candidates.