Seeing no way to win under their own label, they’ve called a Hail Mary.
Far-left Democrats in Arizona want to punish Arizona Senator Kyrsten Sinema for being exactly the kind of Senator she said she’d be when she ran for office a year ago.
As the shutdown enters its thirty-fourth day and the Senate gets ready to vote on proposals that have no chance of succeeding, Democrats are preparing a new proposal.
After roughly a week of staying silent, President Trump decided last night to openly mock Dr. Christine Blasey Ford.
Republicans are at least a bit more confident that they’ll hold on to the Senate this year.
With a third Democrat crossing the aisle to support her, Gina Haspel now has the votes she needs to become the next C.I.A. Director.
Gina Haspel faced some tough questions from Democrats regarding her role in the C.I.A.’s post-9/11 torture programs, but she’s likely to be confirmed anyway.
Profiles in courage? With Republicans in the Trump Era, it’s more like profiles in cowardice.
Despite what his own intelligence chiefs are saying, President Trump still does not believe that Russia interfered in the 2016 election.
Susan Collins will stay in the Senate rather than running for Governor of Maine next year.
Even with the revelations of the last three weeks, impeaching the President is still largely a fantasy.
The Iran nuclear deal will probably survive it’s test in Congress in the end, but Chuck Schumer just made the Administration’s job a little more difficult.
President Obama’s confrontational approach to opponents of the Iran Nuclear Deal ignores legitimate questions.
Approval of the Keystone XL pipeline will likely pass the Senate today, and will eventually go forward despite an expected Presidential veto. But, Mary Landrieu’s political career is still dead.
Despite speculation, both Angus King and Joe Manchin will stay with the Democratic caucus. And that makes sense for both of them.
2014 was not supposed to be a wave election, but it clearly qualifies as one.
There’s at least a 50-50 chance we won’t know who controls the Senate until weeks after Election Day.
For the ninth time since 1974, the next Governor of Maine will likely be elected with less than 50% of the vote.
Third-party candidates in several states could end up having a big say in the battle for control of the Senate.
A number of factors unique to 2014 make it likely that control of the Senate could be up in the air for months after Election Day.
A political earthquake in the Sunflower State that could have a big impact on the battle for control of the Senate.
The GOP has a good chance of taking the Senate in 2014, but it will be by a narrow margin.
Thanks to favorable polling numbers and candidate selection, winning the Senate may very well be in the GOP’s grasp.
Mitch McConnell’s hopes to become Senate Majority Leader could hinge on what happens in his own state and in Georgia.
Former RNC Chair Ed Gillespie is challenging incumbent Senator Mark Warner for his Senate seat.
Chuck Hagel will be confirmed, but the campaign against him tells us much about the current state of Republican foreign policy
No Labels is attempting to relaunch itself after amounting to exactly nothing in the 2012 cycle. Let me save you the trouble: They won’t matter in 2014 or 2016, either.
Perhaps we should take a pass on trying to reach a deal on resolving issues propelling us toward the Fiscal Cliff.
Harry Reid appears to be short of the votes he needs to enact filibuster reform.
OTB bloggers give their best guesses on the House and Senate races.
It’s looking less likely that the GOP will be able to gain control of the Senate.
Once again people are saying that 2012 is an election year akin to 1860 or 1932. Once again, they are wrong.
The battle is on for control of the Senate, but whoever wins is likely to have a very slim majority.