Sen. Ted Cruz, Texas Republican, blasted President Obama over his foreign policy with Russia on Saturday accusing him of being a weak “kitty cat.”
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell’s campaign manager resigned Friday amid fallout from a scandal in Iowa involving a presidential campaign he worked for in 2012. Jesse Benton said he didn’t want to become a distraction as McConnell tries to win a tough re-election campaign in Kentucky.
A Mississippi judge has delivered a blow to a Tea Party-backed candidate, dismissing an election challenge to Sen. Thad Cochran on grounds that he encouraged voter fraud.
Democrats’ push to raise the nation’s minimum wage has taken a backseat recently to crises in the Middle East and elsewhere, but President Obama on Saturday resumed the effort and accused Republicans of not caring about the standard of living of average Americans.
Democrat Alison Lundergan Grimes says in a new television ad that she has a track record of standing up for those without a voice — and winning.
A plurality of Americans say the United States plays too big a role in solving global problems — though support is growing for the nation to have a tougher stance in foreign affairs, a new poll shows.
President Obama told Democratic supporters Friday night that the news media is partly to blame for making Americans worry about emergencies overseas such as advances by Islamic State militants in Iraq and Syria.
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Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Corbett is in big trouble heading into the stretch run of his re-election campaign.
Hillary Clinton broke her silence on the unrest in Ferguson, Missouri, on Thursday, arguing Americans “cannot ignore the inequities” in the criminal justice system.
President Obama acknowledged Thursday he doesn’t have a plan for defeating Islamist militants in Syria and backed away from imminent military action, while he also downplayed reports of a new Russian invasion in Ukraine.
Two years ago, the New York attorney general’s office prepared a legal brief laying out a potential case for asking courts to make the U.S. cut greenhouse gas emissions based on international treaties, according to documents reviewed by The Washington Times.