WASHINGTON — Control of the Senate was up for grabs Tuesday as Republicans' hopes of protecting their narrow majority in an unpredictable election rested on a handful of states that were toss-ups until the end.
Tuesday's election will determine whether Sen. Chuck Schumer leads a Democratic majority in the Senate, or a minority.
With just a handful of competitive races around the country, the outcome in Missouri could help determine control of the Senate.
The wind-down of Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders’ presidential campaign has left Sen. Elizabeth Warren onstage as arguably the most influential liberal politician in the country.
House conservatives look determined to advance impeachment procedures for the IRS director, despite misgivings by Republicans, and to continue an investigation into Hillary Clinton's email issues.
Trump met Saturday with Hispanic supporters, representatives of a community that has been wary of the billionaire businessman's deportation proposals and his plans to build a giant wall on the U.S.-Mexico border. Questioned on whether Trump still intends to deploy…
House Speaker Paul Ryan brushed off Trump's non-endorsement, adding: "The only endorsements I want are those of my own employers here in the First Congressional District, and that's really what my focus is."…
Donald Trump need look no farther than this week's GOP crowd at the Quicken Loans Arena to assemble a future Cabinet.
It's no surprise that Republicans are emphasizing Clinton's weaknesses more than Trump's strengths. The GOP's strategy for winning in November rests in part on the hope that voters dislike the Democrat more than the Republican.
A drained and dwindling group of Democrats, some draped in blankets and toting pillows, carried their remarkable House floor sit-in past daybreak Thursday.
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