Hillary Clinton and Rand Paul are tied at 45 percent each in a recent poll of Kentucky voters.
Fox News Sunday turned to a man who lied his way through an entire presidential campaign while refusing to release his tax returns (Mitt Romney) to argue that Hillary Clinton is untrustworthy.
The Religious Right thinks, despite all the evidence, that doubling down on anti-gay bigotry will have better results than Indiana
Walker has morphed into a candidate so feckless, that the 2012 version of Mitt Romney looks like a profile in courage by comparison.
On Friday, Robert Costa at The Washington Post reported that New Jersey Governor Chris Christie disclosed his 2016 platform to a group of Republican policy analysts on Monday.
Former Congressional Representative Joe Walsh (R) says he is "very seriously considering challenging" Illinois Senator Mark Kirk (R).
The Teacher's Protection Act would authorize school teachers to use deadly force against students, in order to protect school property.
Democrats are praising Mitt Romney for going away. Former Rep. John Dingell said that Romney has finally said something that the American people want to hear.
Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker impressed the crowds at the Iowa Freedom Summit. Democrats cannot afford to underestimate him.
Shameless self-promoter Donald Trump is once again trying to draw attention to himself, claiming he would have beaten Obama in 2012.
Hillary Clinton enjoys double digit leads over five prominent Republican contenders, according to the latest Washington Post/ABC News poll.
"If you show up at churches and at minority communities it shows you care much more broadly. And that's something that I want to do."
President Obama's proposal to give middle class and working class Americans a tax break has the GOP on the defensive.
Mitt 3.0 is Mitt 2.0, but with some more carefully chosen words meant to appeal to the 47%. He came across as almost Palin level stuck on Obama, still pandering to everyone, and though carefully rehearsed, unsteady on foreign policy.
The GOP is poised for an epic clash of plutocrats that is likely to split establishment donors and benefit the Tea Party
During an appearance on Fox & Friends Thursday morning, former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani claimed that 2012 Republican Presidential nominee Mitt Romney could have possibly defeated President Obama in 2012 if he "had made Benghazi a bigger issue."
On Friday, the Bureau of Labor Statistics released December's job numbers and revealed that the strong growth we had seen throughout 2014 continues unabated.
New York Republican Congressman Michael Grimm is resigning, after pleading guilty to felony tax evasion.
This week it was revealed that the third ranking Republican in the House of Representatives is guilty of pandering to a white supremacist extremist organization founded by former Ku Klux Klan grand wizard David Duke.
The federal government reported Friday that real GDP growth rose by 5.0% for the third quarter of 2014, marking the fastest growth in any quarter since 2003.