Senate Majority leader Harry Reid is forced to apologize for calling President Barack Obama "light skinned" and possessing no "Negro dialect".
An online chat about campaign politics and the recent run of Democratic retirements.
A look at the ten best primary races in the country in 2010
Former Alaska governor Sarah Palin will be attending a gathering of Republicans in April, an early preview of the 2012 presidential race.
The Fix looks at who won and who lost in the wake of the flurry of retirements on Tuesday.
Interior Secretary ken Salazar will not run for governor of Colorado
The Washington Post's Chris Cillizza aka The Fix hosts a night of political trivia.
Democrats now no longer comprise a majority of people in the country, according to Gallup polling
A video analysis of what the slew of Democratic retirements on Tuesday mean for the political landscape.
Former Tennessee Rep. Harold Ford Jr. is considering a run for the Senate this year in New York
Given the likelihood of a Republican pickup in North Dakota, the current 60 seat, filibuster-proof majority held by Democrats is now decidedly tenuous.
President Barack Ovama offered a frank -- and aggressive -- assessment of how his Administration is doing in combating terrorism.
Connecticut Sen. Chris Dodd will announce today that he is retiring.
Colorado Gov. Bill Ritter will retire in 2010.
Sen. Byron Dorgan of North Dakota will not run for re-election in 2010.
President Barack Obama spoke for approximately ten minutes today about the actions he and his Administration are taking in the wake of the attempted bombing of a U.S. airliner on Christmas Day. Here's what he said: Your Browser DoesNot Support...
The resignation of Florida Republican Party Chairman Jim Greer is rightly seen as a blow to the Senate candidacy of Governor Charlie Crist.
New polling suggests the Massachusetts Senate special election is getting closer
President Obama and leaders in the House and Senate will meet later today at the White House to plan a strategy to get health care passed
The attempted bombing of an airplane on Christmas Day has forced the Obama Administration to turn its attention to terrorism, disrupting plans for the president to pivot to a focus on jobs and the economy
The House playing field is less favorable to Republicans than most people assume