Two-term Republican Sen. David Vitter started his bid for Louisiana governor as a solid, if not prohibitive, favorite. But Pelican State watchers believe that Vitters prospects look less certain now than they did six months ago.
Sen. Ted Cruz said next weeks rally outside the Capitol with Donald Trump will get more eyeballs and TV cameras with the fellow Republican presidential candidate in attendance.
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker may think that a wall along the U.S.-Canada border is a legitimate idea to look into, but two U.S. senators think its dumb and terrible.
Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz is in an unenviable position.
DOVER, N.H. Gov. Maggie Hassan stands in front of a green screen. To her left, a stick-on motif on the wall prompts her to Choose Your Adventure Here.
For much of this summer, North Carolina has been Democrats Colorado. Looking toward 2016, Democrats have a shot at unseating the incumbent senator but no candidate.
Rep. Cresent Hardy, R-Nev., leads all four of the potential Democratic opponents in head-to-head matchups for his 4th District seat, an internal poll conducted for his campaign and obtained by CQ Roll Call shows.
Conservative economist and media figure Larry Kudlow says hes talked to national Republicans about running for Senate in Connecticut.
White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest says the event Republican presidential hopefuls Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas and businessman Donald Trump plan to attend outside the Capitol next month is pro-war.
Does anyone care to challenge Marco Rubio to a 40-yard dash?
Sen. Lindsey Grahams presidential campaign has had a tough time getting traction so far, and a new Quinnipiac University poll keeps him in the conversation about who might be the first of the 17 Republican presidential candidates to fold.
Eric Cantor, the former House Majority Leader who primary election loss was one of the biggest political shockers of 2014, has re-emerged from the private sector to lend his support to former Florida Gov. Jeb Bushs campaign in his home state.
Donald Trump may be polling far ahead of the rest of the GOP presidential field, but theres one constituency that remains reluctant to support the insurgent candidate: Congress.
Rare is the senator who hasnt praised Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr.s character. But how do the senators who served with him reflect on Biden as a politician, and how do they feel he would perform as a commander in chief?