The first competitive race to run Boston in two decades has become a union-funded fight over identity politics
Veteran politico Jim Wright was denied the photo identification card now required to cast a ballot in the Lone Star State
For most Americans, the days when the polls are only open on the first Tuesday of November are long gone. But in Virginia, where the governor’s race between Terry McAuliffe and Ken Cuccinelli will take center stage this Tuesday, …
In lower Alabama, the first battle in the intraparty fight has gotten nasty.
The government shutdown isn’t the end of the Republican majority
The Newark mayor is headed to Washington after chalking up a decisive victory
Cue the 2016 speculation
Considered early predictor of party’s next choice for president
Says he would have beat Obama if he ran for Senate in 2004
Duke researchers look at how liberals and conservatives rationalize their inflexible behavior
Democratic strategists plan to “aggressively” tie Texas Sen. Ted Cruz to all Republicans next year in an attempt to scare away moderate voters, party officials say.
“Die-hard Republicans will consider him their best …
The Democrat who rose to national fame after her 11-hour filibuster in June faces a tough uphill battle
Democrat became star for filibuster of antiabortion bill