“This will be the defining issue in the midterm elections," said DCCC Chairman Steve Israel.
Anxious Republicans are worried party leaders are focusing too much on the healthcare law.
Democrats are putting their money where their mouth is.
Politicians in both parties are turning to a familiar practice: blame the media.
OPINION | Democrats need to calm down, toughen up and think clearly.
OPINION | Even if the GOP’s 2014 Senate dreams come true, it won't be more than a rental.
At DCCC fundraiser, Obama blamed “toxic” atmosphere for low Dem voter turnout.
Pelosi scheduled a rare recess press conference to highlight the law's fourth anniversary.
OPINION | Many of those who identify as independent feel closer to one party or the other.
Parties united to pass legislation that directs $126M over 10 years to pediatric research.
The move will avoid cancellation wave before Election Day.
After an exodus of veteran Democrats, she asserted she won't soon follow in their footsteps.
The Quinnipiac survey finds more say they will vote for a Democrat.
Reid is struggling to stop Senate Democrats from backing a plan to undercut Obama’s target.
Former president says party would be making a “mistake” if they don't confront controversy.
Republican leaders haven't said if they'll try to pass a bipartisan proposal this year.
His approval ratings are flailing in the low 40s as well.
Even unwelcome retirements could be a blessing if they occur now instead of later.
OPINION | Right now we are barely fighting the war being waged against ObamaCare.
An angry and deflated union base is adding to the midterm woes for congressional Democrats.
OPINION | Democratic strategists should not design a strategy based off today’s conditions.
Every detail of Tuesday’s special election in Florida’s 13th District makes it unusual.
Leaders fear controversial Kesha Rogers could advance in Tuesday's Senate primary.
OPINION | Rule One: First you win, then you make policy.