Tracking the election 2018
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The former Virginia governor has thrown himself into 2018 campaigning, gathering potential chits if he runs for president.
Sen. Claire McCaskill and others are posting advertising instructions for friendly super PACs on their websites.
Across immigration, policing, criminal justice, and voting rights, the attorney general is pushing an agenda that could erase many of the legal gains of modern America's defining movement.
Also, Kim Jong Un has a higher approval rating among Republicans (19%) than Nancy Pelosi (17%)
Republicans are still favored to keep their majority, but several Democratic incumbents in red states look likely to survive.
Given its rhetoric, how does the party justify supporting white male machine politicians over credible female challengers, LGBT people, and people of color?
South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster is leaning on Trump's support, while Rep. Mark Sanford's criticism of Trump is being used against him.
Following a fresh round of bellwether votes, the party still hasn't shown it can win the districts they need to take control of the House.
The Trump administration's new "zero tolerance" policy toward migrants who cross the United States border illegally has reportedly driven up the number of migrant children held in government custody without their parents.
Just 10 percent of Americans say Trump has gotten the message that voters wanted a change in direction and that he’s making the necessary adjustments.
he silver lining for President Donald Trump’s standing in the new NBC/WSJ poll — 43 percent job approval among all adults, just 38 perc...
Democrats won upset gubernatorial elections in Wisconsin and Michigan last month, while Republicans managed to hold on to control of both chambers of the states' legislatures. The GOP is now doing its best to strip power from the executive branches in both states before Democrats take office i...
The North Carolina Board of Elections failed to certify the results of the 9th Congressional District between Republican Mark Harris and Democrat Dan McCready.
In a news conference Monday, North Carolina Democratic Party chairman Wayne Goodwin called the board’s decision not to certify...
Tying Democrats to Nancy Pelosi did not stop a blue wave in 2018, but many Republicans say she's still a "toxic" figure whom they could use against her party in 2020 if Speaker Pelosi returns.
But in 2018, that strategy failed — badly. Democrats flipped control of the House and are on ...
In special run-off election, Republican Hyde-Smith has become the first woman elected to the Senate from the state.
Republican Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith defeated challenger Mike Espy, a Democrat, in the runoff election for the U.S. Senate in Mississippi, CBS News projects. Hyde-Smith was a...
The year is 2019. California’s new governor, Gavin Newsom, recently elected on a platform that included support for the creation of a single-payer health-care system, now must figure out how to enact it. A prior nonpartisan analysis priced it at $400 billion per year — twice the state’s curren...
House Democrats came out victorious in the midterm elections -- winning back control of the chamber and paving the way for additional oversight of the Trump administration. It's a moment that has Nancy Pelosi feeling a sense of urgency to once again hold the speaker's gavel.
A recount is underway in Florida, where three statewide races remain undecided a week after Election Day. Despite no final vote tally in the gubernatorial U.S. Senate and agriculture commissioner contests, some conservative pundits have accused their political opponents of fraud.
More than 47 percent of the voting-eligible population cast a ballot in the midterm elections on Tuesday, according to early estimates. That's the highest turnout for a midterm since 1966.
Voter turnout on Tuesday was massive: More than 47 percent of the voting-eligible population cas...
Press secretary Sarah Sanders says the White House is suspending Jim Acosta's access.
Press secretary Sarah Sanders says a reporter's access was removed because he put "his hands on a young woman".
Mr Acosta, chief White House correspondent for CNN, was called a "rude, terrible...
With a partial government shutdown on the horizon, President Trump and Democratic leaders are set to discuss border funding and other issues at the White House.
"Republicans still control the House, the Senate, and the White House, and they have the power to keep government open," Sena...
The battle for control of the Senate is looking worse and worse for Democrats, who just a month ago saw a path to the majority but now increasingly look like they could lose more seats and have a smaller minority next year.
Maine Congressman Bruce Poliquin is an oddity in New England, the very last Republican serving in the U.S. House of Representatives in a part of the country dominated by Democrats. State Rep. Jared Golden is waging a spirited fight to take the seat.
As the Democrats shift to the left on a number of issues from health care to immigration, they’ve already gone all in on one of the most contentious issues around -- gun control
Kobach led incumbent Gov. Jeff Colyer by 345 votes, with provisional ballots still being counted. Democrats hope his controversial positions on immigration and voter fraud will give them an opening.
At Brett Kavanaugh’s Senate hearings, Republicans should refer to pending legislation against late-term abortion.
Ohio GOP Rep. Jim Jordan, a member of the House Freedom Caucus, announced Thursday he plans to mount an anti-establishment run for speaker of the House -- presuming Republicans keep control of the chamber.
ATLANTA (AP) — Casey Cagle and Brian Kemp have run to the Trumpian right as they try to win Georgia Republicans’ nomination for governor in a Tuesday runoff.
Rep. Kevin Yoder, R-Kan., is bracing for a Democratic wave in the midterm elections, relying on a unique homegrown field program to protect him from being swept out of office by what the Kansas Republican assumes could be a “500-year flood.”
The U.S. Treasury said on Monday that it will no longer require certain tax-exempt organizations including politically active nonprofit groups, such as the National Rifle Association and Planned Parenthood, to identify their financial donors to U.S. tax authorities.
It was like “a kind of extended morality play,” as one of the nascent PBS’s news anchors described the network’s gavel-to-gavel coverage at the tim...
Reflecting the deep disparities in the economy and the health care system endured by racial minorities and low-income people, nonwhites and the peo...