Republican Wisconsin Senate candidate Gov. Tommy Thompson is counting on one of the nation's most visible GOP governors for support in his race for the U.S. Senate.
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Lockheed Martin is backing down from threats to issue employee layoff notices days before the November election based on new guidance from the Obama administration and the Pentagon.
More than half of Americans think the middle class would benefit more from a second term for President Obama than the election of Republican challenger Mitt Romney, according to a poll released Monday.
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez has handed President Obama an endorsement he is not likely to tout on the campaign trail, telling state television that "I hope this doesn't harm Obama, but if I was from the United States, I'd vote for Obama."
Sen. John McCain on Monday blasted the Obama administration's foreign policy and recent handling of the attacks in Libya, saying that conditions are "unraveling" throughout the Middle East
Sen. Roy Blunt said Sunday that Missouri voters are so fed up with the status quo in the Senate that Rep. Todd Akin may win his race against Sen. Claire McCaskill, the Democratic incumbent, in spite of the congressman's controversial "legitimate rape" comment.
Sen. John McCain said Sunday that a "slight improvement" in the economy — and favorable coverage by the media — have staked President Obama to a lead over Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney.
Sen. John McCain said Sunday the Obama administration's response to the attacks in Libya that killed four Americans "doesn't pass the smell test."
Rep. Paul Ryan, the Republican vice presidential candidate, on Sunday blasted the Obama administration's foreign policy, saying the incumbent Democrat simply lacks credibility and isn't taken seriously by leaders in Iran as they move closer to acquiring nuclear weapons.
David Letterman, who's made mocking Mitt Romney a staple of his opening monologue over the last year, on Friday insisted the candidate make an appearance on "The Late Show" before Election Day.
A leading public employees' union spent $1 million on radio, television and online ads opposing GOP nominee Mitt Romney Thursday, records show. The American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME) has spent close to $1 million on several Senate races, but yesterday's purchase marks the union's biggest foray into presidential advertising.
GOP Rep. Allen West, locked in a tight re-election battle to keep his Florida seat, has launched a new TV ad attacking his Democratic opponent for a 2003 bar fight that lead to his arrest.
A bipartisan duo of U.S. senators has formed a drone caucus, saying they feel the need to help educate themselves and their colleagues on the issues surrounding unmanned aerial vehicles.
Missouri Sen. Claire McCaskill said Friday she was "at a loss" for the most recent comments made by her opponent, Rep. W. Todd Akin, who said after their first debate that she was more "ladylike" in 2006 and likened her performance to that of a "wildcat."
Liberal hedge fund manager George Soros is pledging $1.5 million in new funding for Democratic super PACs, the New York Times reported Thursday, continuing a reversal of tide that has seen lagging super PAC backing President Obama on the upswing as the Mitt Romney super PAC's finances have eroded.