The quiet murmur of several dozen Republican activists crammed in a small office in this Denver suburb was broken Saturday morning by a jocular cry: “Hey, everybody, what’s going on?”
A new study shows that percentage of non-American citizens who illegally voted in close races in recent years may have garnered the Democratic Party victories.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton told audience members at a campaign rally Friday night not to listen to anybody who says “businesses create jobs.”
Sen. Mark Udall, Colorado Democrat, botched a famous Martin Luther King Jr. quote on Thursday while introducing First Lady Michelle Obama at a campaign rally.
The FEC deadlocked in a crucial Internet campaign speech vote announced Friday, leaving online political blogging and videos free of many of the reporting requirements attached to broadcast ads — for now.
The World Bank’s president acknowledged for the first time publicly on Friday internal clashes at the international lending institution, where hundreds of rank-and-file economists and staffers have walked off the jobs in recent weeks to protest what they say is management secrecy over budgets cuts and a massive structural reorganization.
A House oversight hearing Friday laid bare the sheer complexity of dealing with the global Ebola epidemic, as lawmakers toggled between the desperate plight in West Africa and concern that flawed policies have put Americans’ at risk on their own shores.
Gloria Steinem has put out the email call for women to rise up, seize their ballot power — and scare the heck out of Republicans this November.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton took yet another subtle step toward the White House in 2016 by swiping at the very thing those in the progressive camp of her party accuse her of cozying up to — Wall Street.
Donald Trump, billionaire businessman and frequent political pundit, went on a Twitter rant about President Obama’s failure to properly address the growing Ebola threat, ultimately calling on the White House head to step down from office.
Republican Charlie Baker has a nine-point lead, 45 percent to 36 percent, over Massachusetts attorney general Martha Coakley in the race to be the next governor of the Bay State.
Democrat Michelle Nunn leads Republican David Perdue by 3 points, 47 percent to 44 percent, in a new poll on the U.S. Senate race to replace retiring GOP Sen. Saxby Chambliss in Georgia.