One of the most conservative incumbents still finds himself challenged for his Senate seat.
Attending the state funeral in South Africa of the father of South African democracy has changed the political weather back home.
No one in Congress is talking about a deal, and that has insiders thinking one's possible.
Both parties will lose if immigration reform doesn't pass – though the Republicans will be the bigger loser.
Rubio, Paul and Cruz hope to please neo-Con hawks and isolationist doves all at the same time.
The kindest interpretation of Cohen's riff on the De Blasios is that he has a unique definition of racism.
Texas Senator John Cornyn, a conservative Republican, may face a challenge from someone even more conservative.
Marco Rubio's about-face sends a disappointing message to Latino voters.
The speaker, who ran uncontested last time, will run against a professor who argues that the needs of Ohio's 8th Congressional District are not being tended to.