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Tea Party becomes Harry Reid’s new best friend

The Tea Party and its extreme right-wing Nevada Senate candidate Sharron Angle are Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid's new best friends. Before Tuesday's Senate primary...

Another comeback for Bill Clinton

Bill Clinton's back. The former two-term president may have finally found a role in Obama world after struggling to fit in after the caustic Democratic...

Tea Party fruitcakes: This is change?

The Tea Party's performance in Tuesday's round of primaries was -- at best -- a mixed bag. TP struck out in Virginia, where three candidates...

Sharron Angle: A gift to Democrats from the political gods

Sharron Angle, the Republican nominee to challenge embattled Democratic Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid for his seat in Nevada, could be a gift from...

Obama endorsement not worth much

President Barack Obama may end up playing a rather hands-off role in this fall's elections, a surprising turn for a political phenomenon who excited...

Warning to incumbents: You got trouble

Go home. Stick to your guns. Keep your nose clean. Distance yourself from Washington, or even better, your own party. That's the advice political operatives...

Arizona governor says ‘nada’ to delaying immigration law

A prominent Senate Democrat asked Republican Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer to put off her state's controversial immigration law to give Congress a chance to...

Republicans gain while Democrats slip

Republicans are on offense in scores of House and Senate races as persistent economic woes and lukewarm support for President Barack Obama continue to...

Obama: Don’t expect swift action on immigration reform

President Barack Obama says there "may not be an appetite" in Congress to deal with immigration immediately after going through a tough legislative year. With...

Republicans block Wall Street reform…again

Undaunted by the political risks, Senate Republicans hung together and again thwarted Democratic efforts to start formal debate on sweeping legislation to rein in...