As well they should -- its Senate race is one for the ages
Seventeen days after its debut, the film is grossing half what its predecessor, "An Inconvenient Truth," did
The practice of granting new acronyms to secret units that aren't technically secret
A disjointed Republican Party helped Democrat Mark Critz hold on to John Murtha's House seat in Pennsylvania last spring. Can Critz repeat the feat?
Democrats have a voter registration advantage in FL-25, but Republicans have a candidate who's not afraid to paint his opponent as a "fidelista"
Donilon choice gets mixed reception from administration aides
In Virginia, Democratic Congressman Tom Perriello is making no excuses for his support of Obama's agenda. Will it make him or break him?
House Democrat Ann Kirkpatrick has delivered to her district, but will her opposition to Arizona's immigration law drag her down?
The former senator is serious about 2012, folks
But the Palins still have a lesson to learn
He's won the Pulitzer Prize and he's the toast of Washington. But how did he get inside my head?
In his first public address, the director of national intelligence said he was "ashamed" of the growing culture of leaks
GOP challenger Brad Zaun is tying Democratic Rep. Leonard Boswell to Obama, but will Zaun trip over his own hesitance to support subsidies?
Cross-Pond communication has led to the recent arrest or assassination of many suspected terrorists
By broadcasting on MTV, CMT, and BET, Obama is targeting the margins
Democrat Loretta Sanchez has told her Hispanic constituents that "the Vietnamese" are trying to "take our seat"
Republicans rally around their candidates when they play victim to the media
The new narrative of Democrats gaining ground is good PR for both parties
In a Wall Street Journal op-ed, the heads of several organizations will warn the Tea Party not to demonize defense spending
Margaret Carlson, Chuck Todd, Ronald Brownstein, Charlie Cook, and John King talk politics