Right-wing groups are pouring more than $1 million to support the reelection campaign of Rep. Joe Walsh, R-Ill.
The notoriously racist Tea Party darling likes to call himself "the toughest sheriff in the country," but it seems he is afraid to openly debate his main opponent.
The increasingly likely win by President Obama may amount to a mandate to preserve, if not extend, the social safety net and the social insurance programs.
The next time Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney boards a plane, he'd like to be able to roll his window down.
The first-ever U.S. senator of Puerto Rican descent - elected not from New York, Massachusetts, or Illinois, but from Arizona.
Unions and their members are thrilled about a Wisconsin court ruling Friday striking down the state law pushed by Gov. Scott Walker.
"This very ground was built on the struggle for equality and equal rights."
The E.C. Electroplating plant - the source of a nearly 30 year-old toxic chromium spill currently wending its way beneath this town - will be torn down in early October.
Concerned activists noted that the "delisting" of wolves leaves them vulnerable to the state government's hostile agenda, which involves drawing up plans for an autumn slaughter.
"What is the responsibility of the school? If they have a 50 percent failure rate, it should indicate something is wrong."