The National Rifle Association, eyeing a runoff in Louisiana’s closely watched Senate race, just reserved more than $1 million in airtime for the weeks following the Nov. 4 election, The New York Times reported.
Former President Jimmy Carter said he would have won his presidential race against Ronald Reagan — if only he had shown his “manly” side during the campaign.
Sen. Cory Booker of New Jersey leads his Republican challenger by 11 points, buoyed by wide support among women, said a Quinnipiac University Poll.
The Senate race in New Hampshire is a dead heat, according to a New England College poll Thursday that puts Democratic Sen. Jeanne Shaheen less than 1 percentage point ahead of Republican challenger Scott Brown.
Democrats and Republicans each celebrated dubious anniversaries on Wednesday: For the GOP, it was a year from the day they orchestrated a government shutdown over Obamacare. For Democrats, it was the beginning of the health law’s rocky rollout, which sent President Obama’s poll numbers tumbling.
Secret Service Director Julia A. Pierson resigned Wednesday amid intense pressure from lawmakers on Capitol Hill who feared the president and his family were being endangered by security lapses — highlighted by an intruder forcing his way into the White House last month.
Upset with President Obama, Latino activists intend to picket the Congressional Hispanic Caucus gala
After a speech and a fundraiser in Chicago on Thursday afternoon, President Obama will appear at the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute gala in the nation’s capital at dusk, perhaps to assure Latinos that he is not the “Deporter in Chief”, as some activist groups have called him. They have planned a picket line, however.
Democratic 2016 frontrunner Hillary Clinton tops New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie 50-40 percent among all Garden State voters, said a Quinnipiac University poll Wednesday that examines a potential race for the White House between the two titans in their respective parties.
Eleven whistleblowers in the FBI say the bureau is targeting them for termination in retaliation for their revelations about FBI wrongdoing, the top Republican on the Senate Committee on the Judiciary announced Wednesday.
As the Ebola virus spread quickly across parts of Africa in March, U.S. officials confronted a logistical nightmare: a complete lack of infrastructure in affected regions, no evacuation plans and air charter services that were unable or unwilling to fly into the region to transport seriously ill patients.
A Kansas court ruled Wednesday that Democrats can go without a U.S. Senate candidate on the ballot after their nominee dropped out of the race against three-term Republican Sen. Pat Roberts, a blow to the GOP in the national battle over control of the Senate.
Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia said Wednesday that secularists are wrong when they argue the Constitution requires religious references to be banished from the public square.