The GOP goes Willie Horton-style in Nebraska, while a gay candidate proudly cites his husband in Massachusetts.
Reporters have focused on how the former defense secretary's memoir praises her and criticizes the president. The book itself tells a different story.
Michigan Republican Rick Snyder finds himself in an unexpectedly tough reelection campaign thanks to a backlash against his economic policies.
Why are Democrats keeping it close in five key Senate races? Look at changing demographics.
The CDC's Thomas Frieden told Republicans on Capitol Hill it wouldn't work. They didn't believe him.
John Pistole survived longer than anyone else atop the agency that everyone loves to hate.
The benefits of secure encryption far outweigh the costs of devices that "go dark" even when authorities have a lawful warrant.
Lawmakers will grill Thomas Frieden over why the U.S. wasn't better prepared for Ebola.
His opponents have laughed at it for years, but at Wednesday's gubernatorial debate, the Florida pol's favorite accessory stole the show.
Under the standard set by Roe v. Wade, there would be no question that a controversial Texas abortion law was invalid. What happened?
Ezra Klein expresses hope for "a haze of fear and confusion" on college campuses and "a cold spike of fear" in college men.
Don't believe the Citizens United pollyannas. Watching money flooding into elections for judges' seat shows how dangerous unregulated campaigns can be.
The CDC is playing catchup after a healthcare worker flew a commercial flight after being in contact with a patient.
In the second round of Obamacare open enrollment, customers who don't shop around can hold on to their coverage but might see it get more expensive.
The party's Senate contenders don't want anything to do with the president, but statehouse candidates are rolling out the welcome mat.
Black people: America's premier outlaw class
The Senate is slipping away, but Republicans haven't locked it up.
A man shocked into submission after walking his dog off leash sues, and wins long overdue limits on Taser-happy law enforcement.
It’s an obvious problem for Democrats—and perhaps an even larger one for Republicans.
Paul Ryan and Mitch McConnell aren't scientists, but that doesn't stop them from discrediting it.