James Anderson, Associated Press | Posted Jun 28th - 9:00pm
Darryl Glenn, a tea-party favorite from the conservative stronghold of Colorado Springs, decisively won Colorado's Republican U.S. Senate primary Tuesday and will face incumbent Democrat Michael Bennet in November.
Katie McKellar and McKenzie Romero | Posted Jun 28th - 8:22pm
With the first results released in Utah's Democratic Senate primary, Misty K. Snow, Utah's first transgender candidate to seek a statewide office, is in the lead to challenge Republican Sen. Mike Lee in November's general election.
Republican officials say Cleveland's Quicken Loans Arena will be ready for next month's Republican National Convention despite having only four weeks to prepare because of the Cleveland Cavaliers' NBA title run.
Josh Boak and Calvin Woodward, Associated Press | Posted Jun 28th - 1:30am
Hillary Clinton and liberal stalwart Elizabeth Warren campaigned together Monday in Ohio, symbolizing the coming together of the Democratic Party for Clinton's presidential campaign. A sampling of their statements and how they compare with the facts:
Several races Tuesday pitted incumbent Utah legislators against challengers who gathered signatures to earn a spot on the primary ballot, a controversial option created by state lawmakers through SB54.
Sean Murphy, Associated Press | Posted Jun 28th - 8:41pm
All five of Oklahoma's U.S. House members easily beat back Republican primary challengers on Tuesday and advanced to November's general election, while U.S. Rep. Jim Bridenstine in Tulsa automatically retains his 1st District seat with his victory.
Michelle L. Price, Associated Press | Posted Jun 28th - 7:20pm
Republican Gov. Gary Herbert is trying to fend off a challenge from Overstock.com executive Jonathan Johnson in a closely watched primary race that already has helped boost voter turnout to the highest in two decades.
A super political action committee tied to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has announced its first round of fall TV media ad reservations — including a small buy in Missouri where the GOP incumbent is considered safe.