Americans for Prosperity is scheduled to air a new ad Wednesday attacking Sen. Jeanne Shaheen, D-N.H., for supporting the presidents health care overhaul law.
An immigration overhaul may seem like a toxic issue to most in the GOP, but, in Illinois, its a battle cry.
Sen. John Boozman, R-Ark., is recovering from emergency heart surgery he underwent Tuesday.
House Republicans are facing a brain drain of historic proportions atop their committees as many as half of their chairmen could be forced to step down next year, thanks to a 20-year-old rule.
Florida Republicans head to the polls for a special election Tuesday to pick a nominee to succeed former Rep. Trey Radel, who exited Congress earlier this year following his arrest for cocaine possession that culminated in a national scandal for Republicans.
Rep. Gwen Moore, D-Wis., said Tuesday the Congressional Black Caucus is open to working with House Budget Committee Chairman Paul D. Ryan, R-Wis., on bipartisan legislative action on reducing poverty.
American Idol runner-up Clay Aiken, who is running for a North Carolina House seat as a Democrat, launched his first TV ad Tuesday a bio spot highlighting his difficult childhood and his recent help for children with Autism.
Alaska Sen. Mark Begich hops back on a snowmachine in his latest TV ad, cruising across a frozen Arctic Ocean to highlight his efforts over the last five years to win approval for oil drilling.
Two more candidates have entered the race to fill retiring GOP Rep. Tom Petris House seat in Wisconsin.
The U.S. Agency for International Developments much-maligned Twitter-esque program in Cuba had a quick defender on Capitol Hill Senate Foreign Relations Chairman Robert Menendez.
[We] are reminded that no act of violence, no matter how senseless, can ever take away from the world-class athletic event that the Boston Marathon is and always will be. Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick.
The White House and Labor Secretary Thomas E. Perez continue to press the House to pass an unemployment benefits extension but so far theres no word of a new offer to sweeten the pot for Speaker John A. Boehner, R-Ohio.
Senate hopeful Terri Lynn Land, a Republican, is up with her first ad of the cycle in Michigan, making fun of the idea that she a woman is waging a war on women.
Pennsylvania state Sen. Daylin Leach and state Rep. Brendan Boyle, two of the four Democrats vying for a Philadelphia-area House seat, launched the first TV ads of the race on Tuesday one month out from the hotly contested primary.
Foreign policy could have an indirect yet significant impact on the midterm elections, making the issue more relevant than you otherwise might assume.
Rep. Frank Pallone Jr. received donations from health care groups and technology giants, and gave money to more than a dozen fellow Democrats, including some in vulnerable seats, a new filing for his leadership political action committee shows.
A new internal poll shows the crowded primary in Alabamas open 6th District is wide open less than two months before the primary, according to information provided first to CQ Roll Call.
Miriams Kitchen is so impressed with Sen. Christopher S. Murphys humanitarian work that the homeless aid group plans to honor the freshman lawmaker with the inaugural Mission Possible Champion of the Year award on May 3.
It could be dubbed the federal contractor trifecta.
Happy Sixth and I Day Washington! To celebrate 10 years since the synagogue at 600 I St. NW was re-dedicated as the Sixth & I Historic Synagogue, not just as a center of worship but a venue for music and other cultural and community events, the District has proclaimed Tuesday as Sixth & I Day.
AUGUSTA, Ga. Seven Republican Senate hopefuls stood before a mammoth American flag Saturday afternoon for the sixth of seven debates hosted by the state GOP.
Mitt Romney threw his support behind Arizona state Speaker Andy Tobin on Monday, marking the latest candidate Romney has endorsed in the midterm elections.
Virginias proximity to Capitol Hill makes a seat in Congress a desirable landing spot for politicians in the Old Dominion State. As a result, many of Virginias members of Congress stick around for a long time.
The stern letter Mayor Vincent Gray sent to the Secret Service following a series of early March street closures earned the citys law enforcement leaders a sit-down with the agency.