Donald Trump's unraveling presidential campaign is clearly taking a toll on down-ballot Senate races.
Sen. Kelly Ayotte may have ended her Senate career by offering an answer that bordered on physically painful when she was asked if Donald Trump is a role model.
Democrats have already reached an important marker in the battle to take back the Senate. Democratic candidates now lead enough states to take back the Senate from Mitch McConnell and the Republican Party.
Republican Senators are hiding and in some cases running away from reporters because they are afraid to answer questions about Donald Trump.
With Republicans in a state of total collapse, a new analysis shows that Democrats are now favored to win back the Senate in 2016.
Two new polls revealed that incumbent Republican senators in New Hampshire and Wisconsin have joined vulnerable GOP incumbents in Ohio and Pennsylvania who could lose their seats because of the Republican decision to block Obama's SCOTUS nominee.
On Sunday, New Hampshire Senator Kelly Ayotte (R) announced that she will support the EPA's Clean Power Plan.
Democratic Governor Maggie Hassan announced that she will run for U.S. Senate and attempt to unseat Republican Senator Kelly Ayotte.
After the FEC ruled Guinta accepted over 300K in illegal donations, NH Republicans and prominent newspapers called for his resignation.
In his weekly Wednesday general audience, Pope Francis came out publicly in favor of equal pay for women.
Republicans have shifted their focus slightly away from just killing Americans' jobs to killing disabled Americans; nearly nine million disabled Americans.
During a Republican rally in New Hampshire Sunday night, New Hampshire GOP Chairperson Jennifer Horn tried to energize Republican voters by telling them to push Democrats' heads under water "until they cannot breathe anymore."
If it's Sunday, that means it is time for the same old GOP fame whores to show up on our television sets and push their particular talking point while simultaneously blaming President Obama for anything and everything.
A few days after the President of the United States announced that our last prisoner of war, Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, had been rescued from his five years of captivity by the Taliban, Republicans are now seriously calling for the President to be impeached for his actions in securing Bergdahl's release.
The reaction from three Republicans on the Senate Armed Services Committee to the President's announcement that America's longest war was coming to an end was despicable and revealed that, in their minds, there is never a time to end war.
On Wednesday afternoon, both Kelly Ayotte (R-NH) and Rob Portman (R-OH) backtracked and said that they would only vote for passing the extension if Democrats would agree to offset the new spending with cuts elsewhere.
Well, when looking at the most frequent guests on these shows in 2013, it is apparent that the opinions that were most valued by these shows were from older, white, male Republicans.
Why do the gays and lesbians from Log Cabin endorse ENDA and vote Republican? Isn't the GOP the same party that wants to stop ENDA in its tracks?
Senate Democrats are bullish on background check legislation, they only need 3 more Republicans. There are 4 Republicans being targeted to flip their vote.
The ground is shaking and the rumblings are getting louder as top congressional Republicans are signaling that they are about to give President Obama what he wants and cave on tax cuts for the rich.