A journey from table to farm
Senate Finance Committee chairman Max Baucus's decision to retire instead of seeking a seventh term further complicates Democratic efforts to keep control of the Senate — unless the most popular Democrat in Montana decides to take a shot at the seat.
You are what you eat, in more ways than one. Some of our consumer choices reflect a deeper connection to the brands we know and love, one that goes beyond mere habit and becomes a part of our self-image. There's a strong correlation between our spending, eating, and drinking habits and our political actions.
The cost of running a single television advertisement has jumped in key markets across the country as candidates, party committees, and independent groups race to get their advertisements on the airwaves.
Congratulations to Mitt Romney on his narrow win in Tuesday's Iowa caucuses. But don't give the former Massachusetts governor all the credit; after all, he couldn't have done it without a supporting cast of collapse-prone opponents, and one very valuable ally.
With the deficit panel coming up short, the parties are gearing up for renewed debates over spending and tax issues
The Texas governor took in a glut of cash when he entered the 2012 presidential race. A month later, he couldn't keep it up.
Anonymous person behind $1 million campaign donation revealed!
Party leaders are slowly convincing new members to raise the debt ceiling
A slew of radio spots attacking Republican House members garners some attention, but in some cases they cost less than lunch