The story of Christine O'Donnell's past got a little stranger Friday.
The Taiwanese news organization NMA News has produced another of their popular animated videos....
Lady Gaga has taken her message calling for an end to the military's "don't...
Updated 10:46 p.m. We've looked at your D.C joke submissions, and here are four of...
Update 9/21/2010 2:51 p.m.: Carnahan's campaign has re-posted the ad. Update 8:08 p.m. ET: The...
Republican Senate nominee Kelly Ayotte is the target of a new ad from left-leaning...
Christine O'Donnell explains dating history using 'Lord of the Rings'
Tuesday night's Republican primaries reaffirmed the strength of the tea party movement. But what is the tea party? It's harder to define than it sounds.
Washington is abuzz after tea party favorite Christine O'Donnell stunned the Republican Party with her upset of Rep. Mike Castle (R-Del.) in the Delaware GOP Senate primary on Tuesday. Now that she's the GOP nominee, the million-dollar question is, can a very conservative Republican win in a blue state?
An ad from the U.S. Chamber of Commerce is pulling out a blast from...
With Deputy Secretary of State Jacob Lew apparently set to become the new head of the Office of Management and Budget, We're hearing his likely successor at the State Department is Thomas R. Nides, chief operating officer and chief administrative officer at Morgan Stanley.
2010 Massachusetts primary election news, analysis, and results when they come in.
Sen. Olympia J. Snowe of Maine, a prominent GOP moderate, said she would not rule out supporting a temporary extension of Bush-era tax cuts, an approach many moderate Democrats also favor to avoid raising taxes during an economic downturn.
If Reps. Charles B. Rangel and Carolyn Maloney get swept out in Tuesday's primary despite 58 years of combined incumbency, it will be the latest sign of an angry anti-incumbency movement wanting to throw out the bums. And here in Gotham, voters were urged to do literally just that by the nation's leading tabloid newspapers.
The Associated Press called the GOP Gov. primary race for John Robitaille. As the AP...
The Democratic National Committee, in a new ad, claims to open wide the gates of fictional "Boehner Land," named after House Minority Leader John Boehner (Ohio), who stands a very good chance of becoming House Speaker if all goes well for the Republicans in November.
Here's how you know your press conference didn't go so well: You abruptly cut it short and storm out. That's what happened Monday to Paul LePage, the GOP nominee for governor in Maine.
2010 New York primary election news, analysis, and results. Charlie Rangel holds on. Carl Paladino crushes Rick Lazio
2010 Wisconsin primary election news, analysis, and results. Tom Barrett wins the Democratic gubernatorial election while Ron Johnson wins the Republican Senate primary. Sean Duffy wins the Republican house nomination, faces Julie Lassa in November.
2010 Maryland primary election news, analysis, and results when they come in.
2010 New Hampshire primary election news, analysis, and results. Former state Attorney General Kelly Ayotte won the Republican primary for senate, will face Rep. Paul Hodes (D-N.H.) in the general election.
2010 Washington DC primary election news, analysis, and results when they come in. Incumbent Adrian Fenty and Vincent Gray compete in the Democratic primary for the mayoral election.
2010 Delaware primary election news, analysis, and results. Christine O'Donnell has beaten Mike Castle.
The week after Labor Day is the traditional opener to the campaign season, and it is also the time when interest groups face stricter reporting requirements for their election spending.
Tea party supporter John Dennis has almost no chance of defeating Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) this fall. But his campaign videos will probably be catchier. The latest? A "Wizard of Oz" inspired ad in which Dennis kills wicked witch Nancy Pelosi with a bucket of "freedom."
The Orlando Sentinel reports that the Florida Republican Party claims its internal audit found that Gov. Charlie Crist ran up "hundreds of thousands of dollars" worth of inappropriate charges in connection with the state party's spending scandal.
The House chamber and the areas immediately surrounding it were evacuated briefly Monday after a powdery substance was seen on the chamber's floor about noon, but the substance turned out to be harmless, authorities said.
New chief White House economic adviser Austan Goolsbee on Sunday attempted to narrow the scope of the administration's so-called "Summer of Recovery."
Boehner flexible on extending tax cuts; Goolsbee: Expect unemployment to continue; White House: New spending won't have impact this year
House Minority Leader John Boehner (R-Ohio) said he would back an extension of the Bush tax cuts for only the middle class if that were his only option, but said that would be bad policy.