How do you solve a problem like Jim Lankford?
The Republicans finally have a plan to replace Obamacare! It's really more of a wish list for brainstorming what a plan might look like, after some planning.
You know what would be cool? Utah -- for godssakes UTAH -- nominating the nation's first transgender major party candidate for Senate.
Nevada's race for the U.S. Senate looks to be a squeaker between two disciplined mainstream candidates. Fortunately, for comic relief, complete goofball Sharron Angle is also running, for the lulz.
Paul Ryan releases his plan for 'A Better Way' for America. Sort of!
Iowa Sen. Chuck Grassley is infamous for all the dumb stuff he's said on Twitter. Democrats would really like to try to help him find a better use for his time after November.
Our weekly tour of the 2016 Senate races visits Georgia, where a political novice is running a longshot campaign to unseat a two-term Republican incumbent. Needless to say, it's a bit messier than that.
Idaho's most consistently wackaloon lawmaker lost her primary election Tuesday. With any luck, more nutty extremists will come along to take her place.
A federal judge ruled Thursday to kill Obama with fire, or at least shine a really warm light bulb on part of it.
Who'd have figured Donald Trump would become a pivotal issue in the Arkansas Senate race?
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Did you guys hear the news? NO, Ted Cruz did not die in a fire made out of dildos soaked with the blood of...
At a campaign stop in Evansville, Indiana, Ted Cruz happened upon a Scott, a disabled man, and his family. It did not go well.
One of the great joys of campaign season is that magic moment when the really stupid campaign ads start dropping. And here's a real...
Our Senate roundup this week moves to Ohio ("The Land Of Burning Rivers"), yet another of the states in which Democrats have a fairly...
Welcome back to our newish feature, our weekly countdown of U.S. Senate races, yes, even the ones where there's no real contest. But...