They rejected him the previous two elections, but a new survey shows Iowa Republican voters may be ready for Romney
Aug 28, 2014 11:44 AM EDT
Ahead of the midterms, Democratic allies are making an aggressive effort to link Republicans to the conservative billionaires
Some members of Congress are joining the chorus of those calling for the use of body-worn cameras to improve police transparency
Will the negative reaction be strong enough to move a dysfunctional Congress or motivate Burger King to change strategies?
Sen. Kay Hagan, D-N.C., who's facing a tough re-election fight, says the president hasn't earned vets' trust in the wake of the VA scandal
Ohio-based Democratic Sen. Sherrod Brown suggests eating at other burger joints with Burger King mulling a corporate inversion
Libertarian Sen. Rand Paul appears to be competitive among other potential 2016 candidates, but few Americans share his ideological beliefs
After losing to Sen. Thad Cochran in the GOP primary, McDaniel may have waited too long to challenge the results
As GOP attacks against the law ease, Democrats in tight races surprisingly have been slightly more vocal in their defense of the Obamacare
Deputy national security adviser Ben Rhodes says the execution of an American journalist represents a terrorist attack against the U.S.