The 40-year congressman's ethical entanglements make him vulnerable for the first time in a long time--but the Rangel name still pulls its weight
The union rallies for the jobs dependent upon professional football--both service employees and players
Tea Party icons Sarah Palin and Jim DeMint are backing rivals in a close race for Senate. Whose endorsement will matter more?
Obama will likely nab a small business victory, but EPA regulations are endangered
Lisa Murkowski is considering a nearly impossible path -- but if anyone can do it, it's probably her
A fleeting mention on Sean Hannity's radio show is followed by a tweet from the Delaware Senate candidate
50 days of flooding have re-routed the Indus River and opened up whole new waterways
Will minor gains on the immigration front prompt comprehensive reform or stall negotiations altogether?
The California Senate candidate heeds a tradition of politicians making high-profile trips to the region, but does she have any hopes of peeling off pro-Israel voters or donors from their longtime ally Barbara Boxer?
After a drawn-out vote count, the Alaska Republican is the latest incumbent to fall to an underestimated insurgent
With 15,000 ballots to count today, will a gain of 343 votes build into a pattern that could tip the race?
In challenging Vitter, Melancon leaves his House seat vulnerable to Republicans, while Cao worries about a Democratic upset
She would likely have to replace the Libertarian Party's candidate, and even then, she could just split the Republican vote
With a last-minute candidate switch, it's possible