Alaska Sen. Lisa Murkowski has defeated challenger and fellow Republican Kelly Tshibaka, who was endorsed by former President Trump.
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Abbott ‘effectively’ tied Beto O’Rourke to Biden in Texas gubernatorial debate, campaign strategist says
Incumbent Texas Gov. Greg Abbott tied Beto O’Rourke to President Biden’s policies in a debate Friday, according to an expert in campaign debate preparation.
Former President Donald Trump dropped a surprising “endorsement” in New York’s Democratic primary Tuesday, joking that Dan Goldman was “honorable, fair, and highly intelligent.
Biden’s AZ border wall move could be to ‘help one of their own’ win re-election, border official says
The Biden administration’s decision to finish sections of the border wall in Yuma, Arizona, could help Democratic Sen.
Hillary Clinton’s former chief strategist reveals why Manchin’s inflation bill won’t affect midterms
Sen. Joe Manchin’s agreement on the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022 likely won’t have an impact on the midterms, former Hillary Clinton advisor says.
Trump-backed Harriet Hageman is more than 20 points ahead of Rep. Liz Cheney, a member of the Jan. 6 committee, in the Wyoming Republican primary race, a new poll shows.
Five Democratic Senate candidates backed by the National Education Association did not comment on the union’s proposal to change “mother” to “birthing parent”
Will Dobbs energize Dems? Primary turnout in key blue state indicates weak response to SCOTUS’ abortion ruling
Democratic primary participation in Illinois indicates weak response the Supreme Court’s overturning of Roe v.
President Donald Trump received a warm reception at the Road to Majority conference in Nashville, with many Evangelical voters saying they would support him for president in 2024
Democratic Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, an advocate for relaxing drug laws for medical research, advised her Instagram followers to test their drugs for fentanyl.
AOC says she was welcomed as a “relative” of the Lakota Sioux due to her Taíno ancestry from Puerto Rico, which “awakened” her to her “indigenous heritage.
Texas shooting: Reporters demand White House press secretary explain why Biden isn’t doing more on gun control
White House reporters pressed Karine Jean-Pierre on why the Biden administration is not doing more to address mass shootings following the Uvalde, Texas tragedy
Sen. Dick Durbin criticized Catholic bishops after San Francisco Archbishop Cordileone barred House Speaker Nancy Pelosi from receiving Communion due to her abortion stance.
Gen. Mark Milley told cadets graduating from U.S. Military Academy West Point Saturday to prepare for “significant international conflict between great powers.
NSBA concludes review of letter asking Biden’s DOJ to investigate parents under ‘domestic terrorism’ laws
The NSBA’s review did not find that the Biden administration ‘specifically’ requested the letter asking to investigate parents as domestic terrorists but identified a lack of accountability within the organization.
After experiencing a “permanent ban” on TikTok, pro-choice activist group Ruth Sent Us was back on the platform advocating for demonstrations in front of Supreme Court justices’ homes.
White House encourages ‘peaceful protests,’ won’t tell abortion activists to avoid SCOTUS justices’ homes
The White House on Thursday declined to encourage abortion activists to avoid protesting at the private residences of Supreme Court justices as outrage over a leaked order overturning Roe v. Wade grows.
Georgia gubernatorial candidate and former Sen. David Perdue and incumbent Gov. Brian Kemp pulled no punches in attacking each other Thursday night in a debate for the Republican Party nomination for governor.
Former President Bill Clinton on Tuesday said nothing he could have done as leader of the U.S. would have prevented Russian President Vladimir Putin’s path to authoritarianism and his aggressive invasion Ukraine.
Former stripper running for Congress says ‘climate emergency’ partially prompted decision to get an abortion
A candidate for Congress in Pennsylvania has been open about her past as a part-time stripper in college and her decision to get an abortion when she was 18.
Pennsylvania Republican primary contenders for U.S. Senate sparred against a candidate who was not there during a forum Saturday.