The husband of a Delaware state senator was arrested after he was caught on video taking down political signs erected by Republicans, authorities said Thursday.
Three of President Obama’s GOP partners on immigration warned him Thursday not to try to act on his own to grant tentative legal status to illegal immigrants, saying the border is not yet secure enough from both illegal immigration and potential terrorist threats.
Votes haven’t even begun to be counted yet and already the media is denouncing this election as meaningless.
Sen. Pat Roberts’ efforts to link his opponent to the president haven’t been enough to overcome anti-incumbent sentiment in Kansas, leaving him in a tight race with independent Greg Orman that could blunt the Republican Party’s election night momentum.
White House press secretary Josh Earnest compared the decision to “restrict the movement” of U.S. troops back from West Africa fighting Ebola to rules that require them to get a haircut.
China’s communist government has postponed an effort to court Republican dignitaries by hosting an all-expenses-paid tour of Beijing, The Washington Times has learned.
U.S. economic growth barreled ahead at a brisk 3.5 percent rate this summer, exhibiting the best momentum in more than a decade and suggesting the U.S. economy has finally broken out of the doldrums after five years of sluggish recovery.
It is not surprising that Condoleezza Rice has taken a shine to Joni Ernst. The former Secretary of State has endorsed the Republican hopeful for the U.S. Senate seat in Iowa - who also is a lieutenant colonel in the Army National Guard with some significant experience. She served as a company commander during Operation Iraqi Freedom, overseeing convoys through Kuwait and into southern Iraq throughout 2003, and her political philosophy remains in the can-do realm.
Chris Christie, New Jersey’s blunt-talking governor, didn’t stand on patient ceremony with a press conference heckler, telling the Superstorm Sandy critic to sit down and keep his opinions to himself.
Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky likened the Republican party to Domino’s Pizza this week during a swing through Detroit, declaring that the GOP brand “sucks” as he tries to make it more palatable to minority groups.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton has gone where Bruce Braley couldn’t in the Iowa Senate race, taking on the so-called war on women for the Democrat as his Republican opponent Joni Ernst continues to outpace him in the polls.
The spate of campaign fliers that use images of lynchings, Jim Crow laws and the recent racial unrest in Ferguson, Missouri, to urge blacks to vote in next week’s election somehow failed to grab the attention of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People.