"Republicans may win control of the Senate," predicted former press secretary Jay Carney.
OPINION | We need to engage in three wars immediately.
Early end to the week gives lawmakers a chance to get home in an election year.
Obama faces a challenge in getting his message out amid crisis with Russia.
Later, in an email to The Hill, Manchin said he has "never supported" repeal.
In closed-door meeting, Boehner suggests polling is reason for optimism for GOP.
The president returns to Washington hoping to move an agenda that was stuck in 2013.
Candidates are begging, joking and warning of dire consequences to raise money.
Michelle Obama touted the party's 2014 Senate candidates at a New York City fundraiser.
In Steve Harvey interview, president appeals to constituencies to "really pay attention."
The president said he will spend the next six weeks campaigning on his economic record.
The Democratic National Committee will begin tweeting from the @JoeBiden handle.
Pelosi insisted GOP attacks would backfire and that Florida was an anomaly.
The address shows the White House intends to make it an issue in the midterm elections.
Facing a tough race, the lawmaker will stay in D.C. during president's visit to her state.
The law takes effect on New Year's Day, opening up a new set of challenges.
The White House has signaled the importance of keeping the Senate blue.