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More than a decade after he left office and the state, former U.S. Sen. Bob Smith has returned to run for his old seat because he says too many people in Washington have no sense of urgency or vision to restore the nation to greatness.
The Los Angeles City Council on Tuesday voted to ban the use of electronic cigarettes in workplaces and public areas, placing "vaping" into the same category as tobacco smoking.
Ideology isn't what's dividing the Republican Party. It's a matter of control.
Incumbent Cornyn crushes tea party-backed Stockman, wins Texas GOP nomination for US Senate .
Voters are going to the polls to fill several legislative vacancies, including the seats formerly held by Boston Mayor Martin Walsh and U.S. Rep. Katherine Clark.
A Helena attorney submitted a ballot initiative proposal Tuesday that would change Montana law to take away the governor's power to fill U.S. Senate vacancies and instead require special elections.
Vice President Joe Biden's midterm election fundraising tour made a stop in Atlanta, where he attended a private fundraising event for U.S. Senate candidate Michelle Nunn on Tuesday.
Would-be poltical candidates from Arkansas' political parties have until noon Monday to declare they're running for office. Candidates in non-partisan races have until 3 p.m.
Opening a door to hedge his political bets, Sen. Rand Paul has asked the leader of the Kentucky Senate for legislation to ensure that Mr. Paul can run both for the White House and for re-election to the U.S. Senate in 2016.