1 hour 19 minutes ago
Democrats are heading into next week's election facing tough odds and their chances depend almost entirely on whether they're successful in encouraging women and African-Americans to vote.
2 hours 49 minutes ago
Asked Thursday why President Barack Obama has a hard time in Louisiana -- where his approval rating hovers around 40% -- Democratic Sen. Mary Landrieu said a big reason has to do with his race.
2 hours 50 minutes ago
As fear about the spread of Ebola continues, U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Samantha Power says she'll be following standard health protocol following her return from Africa.
3 hours 19 minutes ago
Turns out the "gotcha" moment in Thursday's New Hampshire debate wasn't so clear cut.
3 hours 28 minutes ago
Mark your calendars: The midterm elections aren't yet been decided, but there's already a date scheduled for a 2016 presidential debate.
5 hours 28 minutes ago
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie defended his verbal beat down of a heckler from earlier this week, saying he's not the kind of person to sit back and let people "be rude."
5 hours 48 minutes ago
A day after Rand Paul said the Republican Party's brand "sucks," the chairman of the Republican National Committee politely described the first-term senator as someone who's "a real tip of the spear when it comes to challenging our party about growth."
7 hours 21 minutes ago
Jenny Sanford, the ex-wife of former Republican South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford, has a lot to say about "Mark."
7 hours 43 minutes ago
While midterm campaigns near the home stretch, 2016 presidential hopefuls are already posturing for a White House run.
7 hours 43 minutes ago
Some of Washington's deepest legends and lore look at looming figures who may have never left. Karin Caifa explains.
8 hours 16 minutes ago
The polls are tight, the ads are flooding the airwaves, the harsh rhetoric is rising, and the surrogates are stumping hard all over the state.
8 hours 24 minutes ago
Centro. Alba. Zombie Burger.
An 8-year-old North Carolina girl is sick of the heated Senate race where more than $100 million has been spent on mostly negative TV ads.
Hillary Clinton was just starting to get into her stump speech on Thursday when immigration protesters began shouting at a rally in Maryland.
Tuesday's election in the littlest of states is causing the biggest of stirs.