Michele Bachmann was assigned a security detail by Capitol Police after an Islamic State online threat to her safety recently emerged, according to Politico.
The White House Monday called “preposterous” a report that the Obama administration will not seek congressional approval to suspend sanctions against Iran if a deal on the Islamic republic’s nuclear program can be reached.
Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal ordered state officials Monday to come up with rules governing how some state residents can travel to Ebola-stricken countries, stepping in to fill what he said was a gap left by President Obama’s failure to act.
Sen. Mary Landrieu, Louisiana Democrat, attacked her Republican opponent Rep. Bill Cassidy for owning a large, lakefront home in the state this weekend while downplaying the perks of her home in Washington, D.C.
A conservative split in Louisiana’s Senate race has produced a three-way contest that could send it into an election runoff, raising questions about whether the tea party insurgency will cost Republicans a winnable seat.
First his credit card was rejected, and now President Obama said he has unpaid bills lying around his house in Chicago.
President Obama cast his ballot Monday in Chicago, taking advantage of early voting in Illinois in a photo-op effort to boost Democratic turnout in key states.
Republican Sens. Mike Lee of Utah and Marco Rubio of Florida recently laid out their vision of tax reform. They are right to push for reform. Our burdensome tax code is one of the major obstacles holding the economy back from reaching its potential. In the process, it is denying countless American families the opportunities they deserve.
A new poll shows Democratic incumbent Sen. Kay Hagan up by three points in North Carolina in what could turn out to be the most expensive Senate race in U.S. history.
Former President Bill Clinton is the latest high-profile surrogate to lend his name the the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee’s (DCCC) often eyebrow-raising fundraising pitch email campaign, pleading for money from supporters in a missive Monday morning.
Embattled Sen. Mark Udall, Colorado Democrat, facing a strong challenge from Republican Rep. Cory Gardner and an avalanche of health insurance cancellations in his state appears to be cracking under the pressure.
Conservatives are twice as likely as their liberal counterparts to go to the polls Nov. 4. No really. “Although overall turnout among the public is likely to be around 40 percent, 73 percent of those who hold consistently conservative attitudes are likely to vote in the midterm, as are 52 percent of those with mostly conservative views,” reports the Americans Trends Panel, a substantial new gauge of the upcoming midterm election by the indefatigable Pew Research Center.