As President Obama battles slumping poll numbers and multiple world crises, twice in the past few days he has laid part of the blame for an anxious public at the feet of the media.
Philip Elliott, Associated Press | posted 12 minutes ago
The Democratic governor of Colorado is soft on a convicted killer and the Democrats' hopeful in Maine would dole out millions in tax dollars to immigrants in the country illegally, the Republican Governors Association tells voters in ads that started running Tuesday.
Pat Eaton-Robb, Associated Press | posted 22 minutes ago
Former Connecticut Gov. John G. Rowland's federal conspiracy trial may hinge on a cryptic email in which he acknowledged an offer to become a paid consultant for a nursing home company owned by a political candidate's husband.
Becky Bohrer, Associated Press | posted 52 minutes ago
Television ads in the Alaska U.S. Senate race have been pulled by both parties' candidates after complaints from the family of two slaying victims.
Gary D. Robertson, Associated Press | posted Sep 2nd - 11:21am
North Carolina's leading U.S. Senate candidates finally meet in person to trade barbs live on statewide television.
Emily Wagster Pettus, Associated Press | posted Sep 1st - 4:40pm
Mississippi state Sen. Chris McDaniel will take at least one extra day to decide whether to try to revive his lawsuit that challenged his Republican primary loss to Sen. Thad Cochran.
Tim Talley, Associated Press | posted Sep 1st - 3:41pm
An underfunded, little-known Democratic candidate for governor has a new tool to use in attacking the Republican incumbent now that the federal government stripped Oklahoma of its authority to decide how to spend millions in education funds following the state's repeal of national academic standards.
Donna Cassata, Associated Press | posted Sep 1st - 1:52pm
A surly electorate that holds Congress in even lower regard than unpopular President Barack Obama is willing to "keep the bums in," with at least 365 incumbents in the 435-member House and 18 of 28 senators on a glide path to another term when ballots are counted Nov. 4.
David A. Lieb, Associated Press | posted Sep 1st - 12:31pm
Missouri voters are likely to hear a lot about good teachers and local control in the coming months, as a costly campaign unfolds over a ballot proposal that would link teachers' salaries and jobs to the performance of their students.
Brendan Farrington, Associated Press | posted Sep 1st - 9:30am
Florida's governor's race will be a nationally watched contest between unpopular Republican Gov. Rick Scott, who won office during the tea party surge and now advocates for more government spending, and former Gov. Charlie Crist, who used to call himself a Ronald Reagan Republican and now cozies up to President Barack Obama. And it will be brutal.
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