POLITICO - TOP Stories
Updated: 33 min 55 sec ago
She slams those who wanted to "let Detroit go bankrupt," which was the title of a Romney op-ed.
The retiring Iowa senator plans to use the campaign funds for a charitable contribution.
However, former White House counsel Kathy Ruemmler appears to retain the edge on the nomination.
Congressional leaders are growing frustrated with the response to the deadly virus on American soil.
Officials warn the country's quarantine regulations are woefully outdated and badly need revising.
Asa Hutchinson, the GOP candidate for Arkansas governor, has a long history with Bill and Hillary.
They argue about who was the better governor.
Here's what we've learned about the battle for the Senate from the parties' spending choices.
The country's response to the deadly virus wasn't supposed to go this way.
He is on high alert about Ebola, and he wants nobody to think otherwise.
Polls show Bill Cassidy as the favorite if he and Landrieu advance to a December runoff election.
He says his administration will respond "in a much more aggressive way" to new cases.
The Michigan GOP Senate candidate uses her family's company as the site for dozens of official meetings.
Many legal analysts say the actions are less about broad voting rights principles.
Incumbent governors and senators are unleashing caustic attacks on wealthy challengers.
The two lob words such as "Obama" and "Harvard" as insults as each made his pitch.
Retiring Sen. Tom Harkin's last Steak Fry reportedly paid $50,000 to bring Bill and Hillary.
Martin Dempsey and his counterparts agree that ISIL is dangerously effective in its propaganda war.
After the pipeline's rise to the top of D.C.'s energy agenda, the oil industry has moved on.
Connecticut Gov. Dannel Malloy isn't afraid to be linked to the president's policies.