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People power defeats the NRA.
Republican senator Marco Rubio has made the first step in what could be a run for the White House in 2016.
Karl Rove’s American Crossroads is spending money to attack actress Ashley Judd in Kentucky.
In stirring testimony to the U.S. Senate, former congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords called for action on gun violence.
Massachusetts Senator John Kerry was confirmed as Secretary of State by the U.S. Senate today.
Reports indicate that Chuck Hagel is likely to be confirmed as Secretary of Defense.
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton blasted a Republican senator for pushing conspiracy theories.
President Obama will be making a major push to reform America’s immigration system very soon.
President Obama has signed the bill avoiding the fiscal cliff.
Speaker John Boehner, feeling the pressure of the fight over the fiscal cliff.
The mugshot has been released after Republican senator Mike Crapo (ID) was arrested on suspicion of DUI.
An official affiliate of the Virginia Republican party has stirred controversy by posting offensive photos of President Obama.
World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) reportedly had plans to use incest as a plot point at least three times during Senate candidate Linda McMahon’s time as CEO of the company.
WWE wrestling has pulled “some dated and edgier” content from digital media platforms as Linda McMahon’s Senate campaign heats up.
Texas representative Rep. Michael McCaul has been revealed as the richest member of the US Congress for the second year in a row.
Two Democrats, one in the House and one in the Senate, are set to introduce versions of a "Robin Hood Tax" that could solve many of America’s biggest problems.
Since the Republicans took over the House in 2010, their unwillingness to work with President Obama and the Democrats has cut productivity by almost 70%.
The raunchy storylines in the WWE are becoming an issue in Conneticut’s U.S. Senate race.
JPMorgan Chase boss Jamie Dimon has been Wall Street’s front man against regulation, but now he’s in the hot seat.
Marco Rubio, who recently paid a fine for improper contributions to his 2010 Senate campaign, is now being asked by the Federal Election Commission to explain irregular contributions to his PAC.
Marco Rubio’s 2012 senate campaign broke the law and was fined by the Federal Election Commission.
Findings from a new Senate investigation into torture techniques used by the Bush administration to fight terrorism are expected to show it was a bust.
Senate Republicans blocked the popular "Buffet Rule " today, defending millionaires and billionaires from tax rates paid by average Americans.
Democratic Senator Debbie Stabenow has opened up a 14% lead on Former Rep. Pete Hoekstra, as Michigan voters appear to be rejecting the racially charged ad Hoekstra ran during the Super Bowl.
Republican senate Pete Hoekstra is running a racially charged campaign ad during the Super Bowl in Michigan.
Here is the transcript of President Obama’s 2012 State Of the Union, titled "An America Built To Last."
President Obama reportedly plans to run against congressional Republicans as a "do-nothing" congress, and new data shows he might be right.
Speaker Of The House John Boehner completely caved in to President Obama and the Democrats on Thursday evening, agreeing to vote in favor of a two-month extension to payroll tax cuts passed in the Senate.
Senator Scott Brown is blasting House Republicans for scuttling the middle class tax cut that passed in the Senate.
Saleem Baird, an aide to Republican Sen. Roger Wicker, was the part-owner of an illegal strip club in Jackson, Mississippi.
Massachusetts U.S. Senate candiate Elizabeth Warren talks to MSNBC’s Lawrence O’Donnell about her new lead in the polls and Karl Rove’s attack ads.
In order to pressure Republicans to pass a middle class tax cut, the Obama administration has revealed a countdown clock.
Democrat Elizabeth Warren is ahead of Republican Senator Scott Brown in a new poll of the Massachusetts US Senate race.
In a statement to the press today, President Obama vowed to veto efforts to remove the triggers that will cause automatic spending cuts.
The Super Committee in congress today announced that they were unable to come to agreement.
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