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In a Senate race many thought would be a relatively easy win for the GOP, a new poll released Thursday follows others showing Democratic Rep. Joe Donnelly essentially tied with Republican state Treasurer Richard Mourdock in the race to replace Sen. Richard G. Lugar, the longtime Republican incumbent.
Pop superstar Madonna is clarifying her recent comment during a Washington D.C. concert describing President Obama as a "black Muslim," saying she was poking a little fun at voters who doggedly believe the president is Muslim despite his repeated professions that he is a Christian.
Rep. Todd Akin now has the Senate Conservatives Fund firmly on his side, as the powerful political action committee sent out its first fundraising plea on his behalf Thursday morning.
Federal agencies may be exempt from paying corporate income taxes but they still have other tax obligations such as withholding and paying employment taxes for their workers, and a new audit released Thursday found they owe $14 million in unpaid taxes.
Sen. John McCain, Arizona Republican and ranking member on the Senate Armed Services Committee, blasted President Obama's "failed, feckless" foreign policy Thursday morning and charged that Mr. Obama "does not believe that America should lead."
Maryland voters appear to be strongly behind President Obama and Democratic Sen. Ben Cardin, according to a poll released Wednesday.
A top Cherokee chief has called several of Sen. Scott Brown's campaign staffers "offensive and downright racist" for making war whoops and tomahawk chopping motions at a rally for their boss earlier this week.
Sen. Bill Nelson has widened his lead to 14-percentage points over GOP challenger Rep. Connie Mack in his bid for a third term, a new poll shows.
Two leading conservatives have endorsed Rep. Todd Akin in his U.S. Senate race, joining a growing list of Republicans who are deciding to support him despite his comments about rape.
Missouri Sen. Claire McCaskill was ready and waiting as the deadline passed Tuesday for her Republican opponent, Rep. Todd Akin, to drop out of the race.
In the wake of President Obama's much-ballyhooed appearances on "Late Show With David Letterman" and "The View," Ann Romney made her first appearance on "The Tonight Show With Jay Leno" on Tuesday night and effusively "praised" her husband's, ahem, frugality.
A new poll shows President Obama widening his lead to in the swing states of Ohio and Florida and maintaining a double-digit lead in Pennsylvania, just as he and GOP nominee Mitt Romney are scheduled to campaign Wednesday in the Buckeye State — one that no Republican has won the White House without.
President Obama hasn't had time to meet one-on-one with world leaders while in New York at the U.N., but he has kept abreast of much more parochial concerns — including the NFL's referee situation.
Union-busting Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker has changed his stance on organized labor — at least when it comes to the NFL.