As a political act before November's elections, the Senate passed a $600 million border security bill, which President Obama will sign. Both parties are too obsessed with the border, when there are millions of crimes committed by employers who hire illegal immigrants.
A new poll suggests that the Republican Party is actually viewed less positively than the Democratic Party. That doesn't mean the GOP won't make gains in midterm elections. But it does mean Americans will likely give Republicans little time to make an impact.
Governors' races are happening in 37 states in the 2010 election. The candidates focus on different issues depending on their states, but one stands out – state budget deficits.
The National Popular Vote movement to bypass the Electoral College would fracture American politics and undermine important safeguards of our individuals rights.
Dan Rostenkowski, once called one of the nation's most power politicians, died Wednesday. His lengthy political career in Washington began in 1958 and ended amid scandal in 1994.
At Wednesday's White House briefing, press secretary Robert Gibbs came prepared to field questions concerning his recent complaint about the 'professional left.'
Former US Rep. Nathan Deal is the GOP nominee for Georgia governor, after 'mama grizzly' Karen Handel concedes. Republican voter turnout was high, indicating an invigorated GOP base.
Linda McMahon won the Connecticut Republican Senate primary Tuesday. The former CEO of World Wrestling Entertainment said Wednesday she's ready to spend millions to win in November.
Tuesday night in the 2010 primaries produced a mixed outcome – establishment victories for the Democrats and tea party victories for the Republicans.
Former Sen. Ted Stevens, who died this week in a plane crash, is remembered by Alaskans as an architect of the state who had a hand in all aspects of modern, oil-rich Alaska.