A candidate for RNC chairman emails members that Americans--not just Steele--are to thank for the GOP's gains
Amid reports of Republican strategists blunting her political future, the former governor launches a new publicity tour for her reality show--and herself
The minority leader's attack on Obama for using the word "enemies" to describe Republicans gives a hint of what Boehner has planned as Speaker
The former commanding general of the Afghan war will eschew his Rolling Stone disaster and instead focus on leadership lessons
There's no question Democrats will be heartbroken come Tuesday. But what's the least heartbreaking outcome they can expect?
California's Prop. 19 needs young voters to overcome the enthusiasm gap and hit the polls if it has a shot at passing
Faced with a relatively benign challenger, the Democrat hasn't been able to overcome the anti-Washington force of this election cycle
This contest may be most significant in the way it affects how corporations support certain political issues
Bill Clinton asked Kendrick Meek to drop out of the Senate race. Will this disgust Florida Democrats who might otherwise head to the polls?
The Ohio governor's race may not be making all the evening shows, but both sides know it could help determine Obama's fate in 2012
Senate Republicans will use news that a squadron of nuclear missiles went offline on Saturday to delay or block the new strategic arms reduction treaty
Everyone's favorite gay-discharged Army soldier spoke at a recent Atlantic Loft event in New York
Which tells us more?
Which works better?
Rating the craziest campaign incidents of the past 2.5 days, from decoys to vomit mailers to Jerry Brown's bed
Patty Murray was once just a "mom in tennis shoes," but these days she's perceived as a pork-peddling politician
One-ninth of the U.S.'s nuclear missile stockpile went temporarily offline for less than an hour on Saturday
The president will head to Virginia on Friday to campaign for one of his staunchest allies