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Believe It Or Not, 2014’s Political Ads Have Been More Negative Than Ever

Winning elections is a ruthless business.

For a Senate Wave, Republicans Need to Halt Dems' Momentum in Swing States

If the GOP only wins on friendly turf, they could retake the majority—but without a mandate.

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A $500 Million Investment in the World's Energy Future

Who knew that efforts to draw energy from the leaves and stems of plants would become a driver of education and jobs? That's what happened when global energy company BP pledged...

Midwestern Governors Struggle to Sell Economic Recovery

Michigan's Rick Snyder and Wisconsin's Scott Walker find themselves in tough races against Democratic challengers.

Republicans Will Need to Sweep to Hold Onto Senate Majority in 2016

Democrats could easily win the Senate back if Republicans only net the bare minimum seats necessary to retake the majority.

Lawmakers Agonize Over Their First War Vote

For newer members, Syria will be their first time weighing military action.

Bernie Sanders Is Cautiously Making His Case for a 2016 Presidential Run

The Vermont senator joined a National Journal and CNN event Tuesday night.

Don't Understand How Michael Grimm Can Pull Off Reelection? Visit Staten Island.

Staten Island voters are embracing the indicted congressman as one of their own, no matter that he will be in court before his next term would even begin.

American Ebola Survivor: Outbreak is 'A Fire Straight From the Pit of Hell'

Kent Brantly called for a seriously ramped-up response from the United States, on the same day Obama announced new aggressive measures to combat the virus.

Senator Tries to Help Frustrated Military Drivers With #OopsWeLostYourCar

One senator is on a quest to help soldiers find their vehicles, which are being held up as they move overseas.

On Syria, Senate's Vulnerable Democrats Are All Over the Map

Some members in tight races are running away from Obama's strategy.

Bobby Jindal's Soft Climate-Change Skepticism

The Louisiana governor, eyeing a White House run, laid out an energy and climate change policy on Tuesday.

Will Reid Remain Leader if Democrats Lose the Senate? He Won't Say.

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid on Tuesday left open the possibility that he might not stand for Democratic leader if his party loses in the midterm elections.

Everything You Need to Know About NASA's Space Taxi Announcement

The space agency will soon use commercial partners to put its astronauts into orbit.

You're More Attracted to the Body Odors of People Who Share Your Political Beliefs

A new study finds there may be a subconscious reason politically similar people form long-lasting relationships.

Syria Measure Likely to Pass, Despite Doubts in Both Parties

Leaders gathering votes as some members question Obama's strategy.

Senate Republicans Fear ISIS Strategy Doesn’t Go Far Enough

Senators largely backed training opposition forces, but they also floated embedding U.S. soldiers with the Iraqi military.

Watch Nancy Pelosi Assure Seth Meyers That He Won't Be Going to Jail Over Campaign Finance Reform

"I can't do time. I'm less ready for it than that girl in Orange Is the New Black ."

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Believe It Or Not, 2014’s Political Ads Have Been More Negative Than Ever

Winning elections is a ruthless business.

For a Senate Wave, Republicans Need to Halt Dems' Momentum in Swing States

If the GOP only wins on friendly turf, they could retake the majority—but without a mandate.

Sponsor Content

A $500 Million Investment in the World's Energy Future

Who knew that efforts to draw energy from the leaves and stems of plants would become a driver of education and jobs? That's what happened when global energy company BP pledged...

Midwestern Governors Struggle to Sell Economic Recovery

Michigan's Rick Snyder and Wisconsin's Scott Walker find themselves in tough races against Democratic challengers.

Republicans Will Need to Sweep to Hold Onto Senate Majority in 2016

Democrats could easily win the Senate back if Republicans only net the bare minimum seats necessary to retake the majority.

Lawmakers Agonize Over Their First War Vote

For newer members, Syria will be their first time weighing military action.

Bernie Sanders Is Cautiously Making His Case for a 2016 Presidential Run

The Vermont senator joined a National Journal and CNN event Tuesday night.

Don't Understand How Michael Grimm Can Pull Off Reelection? Visit Staten Island.

Staten Island voters are embracing the indicted congressman as one of their own, no matter that he will be in court before his next term would even begin.

American Ebola Survivor: Outbreak is 'A Fire Straight From the Pit of Hell'

Kent Brantly called for a seriously ramped-up response from the United States, on the same day Obama announced new aggressive measures to combat the virus.

Senator Tries to Help Frustrated Military Drivers With #OopsWeLostYourCar

One senator is on a quest to help soldiers find their vehicles, which are being held up as they move overseas.

On Syria, Senate's Vulnerable Democrats Are All Over the Map

Some members in tight races are running away from Obama's strategy.

Bobby Jindal's Soft Climate-Change Skepticism

The Louisiana governor, eyeing a White House run, laid out an energy and climate change policy on Tuesday.

Will Reid Remain Leader if Democrats Lose the Senate? He Won't Say.

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid on Tuesday left open the possibility that he might not stand for Democratic leader if his party loses in the midterm elections.

Everything You Need to Know About NASA's Space Taxi Announcement

The space agency will soon use commercial partners to put its astronauts into orbit.

You're More Attracted to the Body Odors of People Who Share Your Political Beliefs

A new study finds there may be a subconscious reason politically similar people form long-lasting relationships.

Syria Measure Likely to Pass, Despite Doubts in Both Parties

Leaders gathering votes as some members question Obama's strategy.

Senate Republicans Fear ISIS Strategy Doesn’t Go Far Enough

Senators largely backed training opposition forces, but they also floated embedding U.S. soldiers with the Iraqi military.

Watch Nancy Pelosi Assure Seth Meyers That He Won't Be Going to Jail Over Campaign Finance Reform

"I can't do time. I'm less ready for it than that girl in Orange Is the New Black ."

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