The intense battle for the U.S. Senate has understandably dominated the country's attention for the 2014 midterm elections.
In just a little more than a week, all of the ballots counted in the 2014 Midterm Elections and a number of polls show the battle for control of the U.S. Senate is still very closely contested.
The most important issue to be settled in this year's midterm election is which party will control the U.S. Senate. One toss-up state in particular is getting much of the attention and extremely big bucks.
Worry over the economy and terrorism are leaving U.S. voters with little confidence in the nation's leadership. At the 12th annual Clash of the Titans, a panelists discussed these issues and America's reputation on the world stage.
With one week before the 2014 midterm election, Democratic Senate candidates are trying to stay as far away from President Obama as possible.
Most new healthcare signups under Obamacare came through the expansion of Medicare and not private insurance, according to a new Heritage Foundation report.
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Santorum Gives GOP a Blue Collar Reality Check
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Midterm 2014: GOP, Dems Their Own Worst Enemy?
A curious story from Illinois is raising concerns of election fraud in the upcoming midterm elections.
A U.S. federal judge ruled Tuesday to uphold a Puerto Rico law defining marriage as a union between a man and a woman.
The political race is on, but it's not just for Capitol Hill. Parties need to win major voting groups for long-term success, and that makes the Latino vote a number one priority -- especially in Texas.
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