BROOKLYN Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul told a group of Jewish community leaders here Monday he thinks the United States made an error ousting Iraqi President Saddam Hussein in 2003.
Laura Capps announced Monday she will not seek the California seat being vacated by her mother, Democratic Rep. Lois Capps.
Staten Island District Attorney Dan Donovan walloped his Democratic opponent in fundraising for the special election to replace disgraced former Rep. Michael G. Grimm, according to reports filed with the Federal Election Commission on Thursday.
Arizona Rep. Martha McSallys top local campaign issue will get legislative play on Capitol Hill, just a few months into the vulnerable Republicans first term in Congress.
A possible Democratic challenger is emerging in Californias Simi Valley to take on freshman Republican Rep. Steve Knight.
One of the candidates running for the late Rep. Alan Nunnelees Mississippi seat got some help from beyond the grave last month.
Illinois state Sen. Napoleon Harris, a Chicago-area Democrat and former National Football League linebacker, is mulling a bid for Senate, according to multiple sources in the state.
Updated 11 a.m. | When nine-term Democratic Rep. Lois Capps announced her retirement, all eyes turned to a potential successor: her daughter.
The Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee raised nearly $5.3 million in March, slightly edging its Republican counterpart.
The National Republican Senatorial Committee announced Monday it raised $4.9 million in March and ended the month with $5.3 million on hand.
The National Republican Congressional Committee raised more than its Democratic counterpart in March, bringing in $10.3 million, according to an NRCC aide.
Sen. Joe Manchin III will not be taking any country roads home to West Virginia any time soon.
Allentown Mayor Ed Pawlowski announced a bid for Senate in Pennsylvania on Friday, setting up a Democratic primary in a must-win Senate contest for a party looking to win back the majority in 2016.
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi Thursday simultaneously slammed the Iraq War while defending Hillary Rodham Clintons 2002 vote authorizing military action in Iraq, saying the former senator and secretary of States vote should not disqualify her from becoming president. I mean [the Iraq War] was wrong all around, Pelosi said at her weekly news conference. Having said it, that was then, this is now, we go forward. And I do not think that the vote that Hillary Clinton took on that, nor did I think the vote that John Kerry took on it, disqualified him from being a candidate for president. Pelosis remarks come on the heels of comments last week by Lincoln Chafee, a possible Democratic presidential candidate, who said nobody should be president of the United States that made that mistake.