2014 Senate Races
The DSCC has yet to issue a statement following the party's losses.
Both parties transferred money to their Senate arms for the final stretch.
White House says it feels better about holding the Senate than it did just one month ago.
A pro-Begich super-PAC unveiled the first ad of the general election Wednesday.
Reid is optimistic he'll remain majority leader after this year.
Republicans are hopeful about late-breaking opportunities in a pair of swing states.
Bruce Braley seems to claim he's a farmer in a video clip circulated by GOP's America Rising.
Cotton leads Pryor by 47 percent to 40 percent in the live-caller poll.
Tea Party Patriots filed a complaint against Reid for his attacks against the Kochs.
A major Republican outside groups backed by the billionaire Charles and David Koch brothers is...
NBC News/Marist survey puts Dems in Ark., Ky. and Ga. even or ahead of their GOP opponents.
44 percent of Romney voters say they'll vote in 2014 compared to 35 percent of Obama voters.
The GOP secured a Senate majority before midnight.
Sen. Al Franken leads GOP challenger Mike McFadden 55-37, a new poll finds.
Vulnerable Dem senators had mixed reactions to Obama’s plan to combat terror threat.
AFL-CIO political director Mike Podhorzer said the GOP's “record belies their rhetoric.”
The Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee bested its Republican counterpart in July fundraising...
But the GOP’s advantage in super-PAC spending forced some incumbents to spend heavily early.
Rep. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.) leads Sen. Mark Pryor (D-Ark.) in a new internal poll from Cotton's...
Sens. Marco Rubio (Fla.), Rand Paul (Ky.) and Ted Cruz (Texas) all voted against her.
Conservatives call for unity in Kentucky, but it remains to be seen whether they’ll get it.
Sen. Jeanne Shaheen’s (D-N.H.) new campaign ad features a small-business owner touting the senator’...
Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s been a big fundraising draw for Democratic candidates and incumbents.
The business group is launching a flurry of ads in N.C., Ga., Alaska, Idaho and Mich.