Faltering Tea Party candidates are the GOP's Achilles heel this cycle
Messaging is irrelevant unless economic circumstances play along
California is providing tabloid entertainment for the nation
The Kentucky Democrat is targeting older voters who want to protect benefits--but will he send them scurrying into Paul's arms?
The elections may hinge on turning out less likely voters, whom Republicans seem to be doing a better job of energizing
Will this year's Democratic discontent tip a rematch of a 2008 race in the GOP's direction?
The AFL-CIO has mobilized in support of Democrats this election season--in a big way
The Chicago mayoral candidate is starting out strong
She raises $14 million and spends $12 million. Someone is making good money off Sharron Angle's Senate campaign.
Many House Democrats must choose between firing up the Obama liberals they relied on in 2008 and wooing moderate voters who are more likely to turn out
Inside the White House's reaction to a federal judge's strike-down of the controversial policy
West Virginia's "hicky" scandal shows the peril in hiring disconnected, careless political consultants
Rep. Ike Skelton has coasted to victory 17 terms in a row--but this year is different
In a time when ideas don't succeed without good brands behind them, Rhee's education reforms and personal style made a mark
The Navy SEAL tossed a fragementation grenade into the compound where Norgrove was, thinking it was a smoke grenade
Government agencies start to coordinate their efforts on cybersecurity
Getting to the bottom of Electronic Arts' claim that the game was developed in cooperation with U.S. special forces.
Will Alan Grayson's liberal flame-throwing send voters scurrying into the arms of ultra-conservative Daniel Webster?
A new Ann Selzer poll finds that Americans' views on politics and policy don't always match up