The stakes of losing will be catastrophic. Either way.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and other firebrands aren’t steering the ship. Yet.
The GOP’s hold on the Bob Corker’s Senate seat in Tennessee may be in jeopardy.
The West Virginia Supreme Court has ruled that a candidate who lost the GOP primary for Senate cannot run as the nominee of another party due to the state’s “sore loser” law.
Former Republican Governor Tim Pawlenty failed in his comeback effort last night, confirming yet again that the GOP is now the Trump Party.
After a week, the race for the GOP nomination for Kansas Governor is over. Now it’s on to what could be an interesting General Election.
A new poll suggests that Governor Scott Walker could be in trouble as he seeks a third term as Governor of Wisconsin, but he’s been counted out before only bounce back and confound the doubters.
Rick Scott is pulling in impressive fundraising numbers, giving Democrats reason to worry that they’ll have another Senate seat to worry about in November.
California’s Democratic Party endorsed “progressive” upstart Kevin de León over Senator Dianne Feinstein, but this is unlikely to stop Feinstein from winning election to a sixth term in office.
There has been a massive layoff at the Republican website. Everyone who criticized the President is gone.
The erstwhile Republican firebrand and current NeverTrumper shares his personal struggles.
Sometimes, being evasive in answering a question just makes a politician look silly. This is one of those times.
One analyst thinks that the predictions of a Republican Senate in 2014 are wildly optimistic.
Here’s our debate over shutting down the government over Obamacare in a nutshell.
Tthere’s enough bad punditry going around that there’s no need to invent cases to expose.
For all the hype, it’s unlikely that tonight’s debate will have the same impact as the October 3rd Debate.
Obama heads into his convention in a good position, but with several potential pitfalls in his path.
Our political scene has changed drastically since Bob Kerrey was last in the Senate.
Environmentalists are upset by President Obama’s decision to abandon stringent new smog regulations, but he made the right decision.
Jon Huntsman is out with a tax and jobs plan that deserves a lot more attention than it’s likely to get.
A Mitch McConnell-Harry Reid brokered deal on the debt ceiling looks promising.
Calls are coming from both sides of the aisle for the U.S. to do “something” about the situation in Libya. It would be better if we didn’t get involved.
The tragic shooting of Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords and 19 others in Arizona has started another debate about political rhetoric. It’s a stupid debate, and it’s utterly pointless.
The two episode suspension of Keith Olbermann lends credence to the theory that the whole thing was a publicity stunt designed to support MSNBC’s assertion that its opinion shows are somehow more pure than the shows on FOX.
The growing number of cell-phone-only households gives Democrats hope that the polls are undercounting them.
Vice-President Biden has a message for the Democratic base — stop complaining and just support us already.
Last night’s celebration in Wilmington is sure to be tempered just a bit by news that Christine O’Donnell is sixteen points behind her Democratic opponent.
It’s a myth that the problem with Social Security is that people are living much longer after retirement than they used to. The reality is that a whole lot more people are living long enough to draw benefits.
The Democratic Senate primary in Arkansas may have been influenced by questionable poll results from Research 2000.
Markos Moulitsas gets a lesson in caveat emptor from his former pollster.