A science-oriented political action committee, 314 Action Fund, endorsed more than 50 candidates for state and local offices.
Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner has isolated members of both parties simply because he "hasn't done his job," according to a Democratic strategist in the state.
Shortly after the clip went viral, local news outlets reported that the fence had vanished.
The second Women's March wants to use women's anger and energy to change the face of politics.
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In an urgent message about the 2018 midterms Democrats warn of a "clear" threat from Moscow to U.S. national security.
Andrés Manuel López Obrador has jumped to an early lead, but not everyone is happy about his stance on the cartels.
Voters will reward Republicans in 2018 for their pay raises.
And Trump is reportedly planning to campaign hard for Republicans in 2018.
“Yes I’m a woman. That’s not a liability. That’s an asset," Michigan attorney general candidate Dana Nessel says in controversial campaign ad.
Trump Jr. is cozying up to Kansas gubernatorial hopeful Kobach, who heads the president's controversial "voter fraud" commission.
Democratic operatives tell Newsweek the party needs to embrace progressive issues if it is to have any shot at victory in 2018.
Democrats are salivating over the Russian hacking scandal, but it may not help them retake power in Washington.