After the recent demise of the energy bill, will the White House oppose a move to suspend EPA regulation of greenhouse gases?
Democrats are hoping that moderate voters will shy away from candidates connected to the controversial former governor
The Senate majority leader has abandoned efforts to pass energy legislation before the August recess
Grassroots candidate Ken Buck is riding high in the polls -- but a recent dig at opponent Jane Norton could doom him among women voters
Rep. Shelley Moore Capito will not challenge Gov. Joe Manchin in the race to fill Robert Byrd's Senate seat
The DREAM Act, a means to residency for undocumented students, has been floating around Congress for nine years. Has its time come?
Karen Handel, whom Sarah Palin endorsed for governor of Georgia, goes into the August runoff with an advantage
For every Joe Barton who said the wrong thing at the wrong time, there are officials who may come out of this crisis without so much as a drop of oil on their careers
The only undecided senator, Graham said that he would respect the fact that the people elected Barack Obama and Barack Obama chose Elena Kagan
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On Saturday, Organizing for America will launch its effort to register new voters for midterms -- and to rope in those who voted in 2008