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Foreign money in campaigns? More hype than fact

Foreign money in campaigns? More hype than fact

The Obama administration and its allies are going all out against the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and GOP-leaning groups, accusing them of using foreign money to help finance political ads.…

Democrats closing gap in midterm election poll

Democrats closing gap in midterm election poll

Republicans maintain an edge among voters ahead of next month’s congressional elections, but Democrats are gaining ground, according to a Washington Post-ABC News poll released on Tuesday. Republicans are favored…

Is change simply for change’s sake worth the risk?

Is change simply for change’s sake worth the risk?

With just under a month to go before pivotal midterm elections, the campaign landscape is as muddled as any I’ve witnessed in 45 years of either covering politics as a…

GOP leader defends McDonnell

GOP leader defends McDonnell

The No. 3 man in the House Republican leadership is brushing aside a negative report on tea party upstart Christine O’Donnell as part of pre-election “silly season.” Rep. Mike Pence…

Palin channels King at rally

Palin channels King at rally

Sarah Palin  says the way to honor Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy is to honor those men and women in the military who protect the United States. The potential 2012…

Ann Coulter bitch-slaps Joe Farah

Ann Coulter bitch-slaps Joe Farah

Two of the rabid right wing’s top character assassins — Conservative columnist Ann Coulter and World Net Daily publisher Joseph Farah — are at each others throats and the rhetoric…

Tea party runs into money problems

Tea party runs into money problems

Some leading tea party activists are concerned that their efforts to reshape American politics, starting with the 2010 elections, are being undermined by a shortage of cash that’s partly the…

Obama: Voters will decide his fate

Obama: Voters will decide his fate

President Barack Obama acknowledges that the fall elections could amount to a referendum on his stewardship of the nation’s affairs. Obama tells NBC in an interview that “nobody in the…

Voters reject Tea Party candidate in Alabama

Voters reject Tea Party candidate in Alabama

A mainstream Republican rolled past a tea party activist Tuesday in the GOP runoff for a southeast Alabama congressional seat that Republicans hope to reclaim. Montgomery City Councilwoman Martha Roby…

Right wingers raise $8 million

Right wingers raise $8 million

A conservative activist group says it raised more than $8 million in June to help conservative candidates and causes ahead of midterm elections in November. American Crossroads and its new…