By taking their first votes to pass anti-worker "right-to-work" legistlation, Michigan's Republican Party and Gov. Rick Snyder have resorted to open class warfare.
Shrouded in secrecy, hundreds of right-wing Republican state lawmakers joined powerful corporate executives and lobbyists in Washington D.C yesterday.
Boehner demonstrated the difficulty his party has with the concept of diversity yesterday.
Nov. 6 was a very bad day to be a Republican in California.
On November 6, voters in the key battleground state of Virginia formed extremely long lines and in some cases waited for hours to vote.
The Communist Party said a year ago that the 2012 elections would be the main front of the class and democratic struggle, and subsequent events have confirmed that fact.
If elected, Democrat Tammy Baldwin will become the first openly gay senator in U.S. history, and the first woman senator from the Badger State.
Determined to re-elect President Barack Obama, health care workers from across Connecticut took a break from their own close senate race.
In his debate with Paul Ryan, Vice President Joe Biden took the side of the 47% that Mitt Romney said he doesn't "worry" about.
The voting records on labor-selected issues in the second session of the 112 Congress reflect, as might be expected, the sharp partisan split between the two major political parties.