Senate candidate Linda McMahon goes after Democrat Richard Blumenthal in a new ad, while other ad wars continue to flare up across the country.
Democrats and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce have been at odds for years, but the battle has escalated to an all out war.
In an interview with the National Review, Alaska Senate candidate Joe Miller said that if Republicans take over in November, they might shut down the government.
Krystal Ball, a Democratic congressional candidate in in Virginia, is accusing political operatives of orchestrating an attack on her this week by publicizing sexually suggestive photos taken years ago at a gag party.
An upcoming conservative anti-government spending film reportedly shows an animated President Bill Clinton making a pass at former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.
Vanity Fair's Todd Purdum is out with a new article examining Sen. John McCain's career since his defeat at the hands of President Obama in 2008. The biggest takeaway from the piece: McCain really doesn't like Obama much -- at least from the perspective of anonymous White House staffers.
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Senior White House adviser David Axelrod went on 'Late Show with David Letterman' Wednesday and explained why President Obama's seal fell off a lecturn earlier this week ("witchcraft") and who he expects to run for president in 2012.
On Tuesday, the Alaskan blog Mudflats published an angry email apparently sent by former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin's husband, Todd, to GOP Senate candidate Joe Miller.
Kentucky Senate candidate Rand Paul (R) has a new ad out with a voice-over artist delivering a spot-on impersonation of President Obama.
The "Name It. Change It." campaign has launched an offensive against late-night comedian Jay Leno for a joke he made Tuesday night along with "Tonight Show" guest and "Family Guy" creator Seth McFarlane.
Gay groups and women's group are calling on Sen. Jim DeMint (R-S.C.) to apologize for...
Do you think President Obama should choose Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton as his 2012 running mate?
Republican National Committee chairman Michael Steele refused Tuesday to confirm or deny that Delaware Republican Senate candidate Christine O'Donnell was telling the truth when she said in 2006 that she had classified information about China's plans to take over the United States.
Hillary Clinton supporters may have a reason to hope for a change. "Obama's Wars" author and Washington Post associate editor Bob Woodward appeared on CNN's "John King USA," and said that the idea of having current Secretary of State Hillary Clinton swap places with now Vice President Joe Biden had been tossed around by political observers.
In a town hall meeting Monday night, Joe Miller (R) said he wanted to end direct election of senators -- even as he campaigns to be elected senator in Alaska. The Fairbanks News Miner reports:
More and more politicians are using Twitter -- but sometimes it's hard to tell what they're trying to say.
A new ad from Democratic congressional candidate Tarryl Clark claims that Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-Minn.) is "not doing @#%! for the people of the sixth district."
The Tea Party Express launched a new ad attacking Alaska Senator Lisa Murkowski, claiming that she needs to "to give up the gift her daddy gave her."
Energy Secretary Steven Chu and White House Council on Environmental Quality chair Nancy Sutley announced Tuesday morning that the administration will install solar panels and a solar hot water heater on the roof of the White House residence as part of a broader DOE solar demonstration project.
Donald Trump made the rounds Tuesday morning to announce that he is seriously considering running for president in 2012.
A new ad from candidate Ben Quayle features his wife, Tiffany -- and there's something strange about it.
No media organization has provided a very specific estimate of the attendance at Saturday's liberal 'One Nation' rally. The Associated Press merely says that "thousands" of people were there, but that the crowd was "less dense" than the one that greeted Glenn Beck on August 28th. The Post and the New York Times both said "tens of thousands." But organizers claimed they drew a crowd of 175,000 people.
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