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Coons camp: Gawker post ‘cowardly’

It denounces an anonymous post by a man claiming a drunken encounter with O’Donnell. Read the full story from Politico…

Boxer widens lead in tough California Senate race

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Democratic U.S. Senator Barbara Boxer of California has opened up an 8 percentage point lead over Republican challenger Carly Fiorina as she picks up a greater…

Reid says Angle speaks in code

The Nevada senator accuses his opponent of wanting to eliminate the government. Read the full story from Politico…

GDP rises 2 percent in third quarter

The gain isn’t enough to help President Obama and Democratic candidates. Read the full story from Politico…

Poll: Congress did less than usual

Gallup finds that 37 percent believe lawmakers did less than what is accomplished in a typical session. Read the full story from Politico…

O’Donnell camp rips Gawker ‘slander’

In an anonymous post, a man claims to have had a “one-night stand” with the Senate candidate. Read the full story from Politico…

Tea Party winners will find life in Congress is not a party

Tea Party winners will find life in Congress is not a party

As Rand Paul lumbers toward an expected win in Kentucky’s often nasty Senate race, he embodies the promise and peril of a phenomenon the GOP establishment must accommodate if the…

Question of the day: Who really wanted Meek out of Florida Senate race?

Question of the day: Who really wanted Meek out of Florida Senate race?

Florida’s three-way Senate race grew testier Friday as the last-place Democratic candidate denied claims that former President Bill Clinton had advised him to drop out, saying the idea came instead…

Florida Senate candidate denies he was asked to quit

MIAMI (Reuters) – A Florida Democrat running a distant third in the state’s three-way U.S. Senate race vowed on Thursday to stay in the contest and denied that former U.S.…

Out of control polls: Curse of the Internet age

Out of control polls: Curse of the Internet age

When a widely publicized poll showed Republican John Kasich with a commanding, 10-point advantage in Ohio’s governor’s race, aides to Democratic Gov. Ted Strickland fought back hard. Against the poll.…