A new ad from Alaska Sen. Lisa Murkowski features video of the late Sen. Ted Stevens in which he endorses Murkowski's re-election bid.
Are the political men of 2010 not man enough for the job? That, it...
TLC has released the trailer for the upcoming reality show featuring former Alaska governor Sarah Palin.
A judge's order this week ending the military ban on openly gay service members capped a ground-breaking year for gay rights advocates, who have won a series of courtroom victories on issues ranging from same-sex marriage to adoption. But several recent incidents have highlighted a harsher reality. At least five teens across the country have taken their own lives after allegedly being taunted as gay. Relationship columnist Dan Savage started a YouTube campaign to reach out to gay teens with a simple message: "It Gets Better." Here's a compilation of the videos, from celebrities and other gay people across the country who dealt with bullying when they were young.
New York gubernatorial candidate Carl Paladino (R) appeared on ABC's Top Line on Thursday to discuss his campaign in the aftermath of his controversial remarks on homosexuality.
Pressed by an audience member on why he hasn't ended the military's "Don't ask, don't tell" policy, Obama said that his hands were tied until the Senate acts: "This is not a situation in which, with the stroke of a pen, I can end the policy." He added, "I think people are born with a certain make-up and that we're all children of God. We don't make determinations about who we love."
Apropos of President Obama's MTV town hall for young people Thursday, American University hosted "The American Forum: Is your vote up for grabs?" on Oct. 6. The event, featuring Democratic strategist Karen Finney and Republican strategist Kevin Madden, focused on the role of young voters in the 2010 midterm elections.
Look up. Look down. Now look at this web ad from Alaska Republican Joe Miller that channels The Old Spice Guy. Yes, it's our ad of the day.
Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice sat down with Jon Stewart on Wednesday night to discuss her new book.
Rep. Jim Marshall (D-Ga.) has added to a growing list of ads that attempt to distance Democrats from House Speaker Nancy Pelosi even as Republicans and third-party conservative groups work diligently to tie Democrats to her.
Updated: 1:12 p.m. 8/30/2010 A recent poll shows that of the approximately 20 percent of...
President Obama is holding a "Moving America Forward" town hall at George Washington University Tuesday night. Obama is accepting questions via Facebook, Twitter and Skype. You can watch the town hall live here:
Campaign ad claims about health care, the economy, and China were topics for recent web posts.
For those fascinated (as we are) by the mechanics of Alaska Republican Lisa Murkowski's write-in campaign to keep her U.S. Senate seat, this just in: Murkowski will file the necessary paperwork on Wednesday making the historic bid official. And she will use her full name -- "Lisa Murkowski."
A new web video from Christine O'Donnell's campaign follows in the footsteps of other Republican clips by taking on the guise of a movie preview. So sit back, pop some popcorn and get ready to get scared out of your tax bracket.
Republicans have been working very hard to weigh down and eventually sink Democrats with the specter of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. But Rep. Bill Owens (D-N.Y.) is fighting back by touting the number of times he has voted with House Minority Leader John Boehner.
At the end of President Obama's big rally Sunday in Philadelphia, someone threw a small paperback onstage. The president appeared not to notice the book whizzing past his head:
Democrats are going after the U.S. Chamber of Commerce with one of the more hard-hitting...