Leaders fear controversial Kesha Rogers could advance in Tuesday's Senate primary.
OPINION | Rule One: First you win, then you make policy.
OPINION | Democrats have a big job in 2014, and they face one big obstacle.
Could local politics now be more appealing than Capitol Hill?
The president tells Democrats he'll do everything in his power – with or without Congress.
Boehner faces president who won’t bend and conference that can’t coalesce around an offer.
The House minority leader said the president "absolutely" wouldn't hurt Democrats in 2014.
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, Steny Hoyer (D-Md.) called the meeting a "privilege."
Traditional enemies are reaching out to each other to defeat Obama’s trade agenda.
Obama and congressional Democrats are plotting strategy for 2014.
The Democrat will receive the group's highest award for her defense of abortion rights.
This could be the year that Congress bans taxpayer money to pay for conventions.
After an exodus of veteran Democrats, she asserted she won't soon follow in their footsteps.
The DNC is pledging to maintain its data and technological advantage over the GOP.
The fifth anniversary has launched the first significant battle to define Obama’s legacy.
OPINION | Demographically, Georgia is already a blue state.
House Democrats are launching an effort to force Republicans to move on the minimum wage.
OPINION | Uncertainty is the one thing that seems certain in the world today.
Underdog West Virginia Senate candidate is arguing she’d be a dissenting voice against Obama.
OPINION | We’ve got a shot to have a better year than some might think.
Democrats won't accept debt-ceiling bill that repeals ACA program.
OPINION | The retirements of Reps. George Miller and Henry Waxman have special significance.
Sen. Charles Schumer invited Clinton to the annual retreat next week.
He began a two-day tour of the Rust Belt to capitalize on momentum from State of the Union.