Trump noted he was not on the ballot and said some voters have told him they won't vote in the midterms because he's not running. » Read More
By: Brian Schwartz
In a new Federal Election Commission filing, the PAC, New Day for America, brought in $335,500 from July into late September. It's the most the group has raked in during a quarter this year, boosted by six-figure sums from a couple of individual donors. » Read More
By: John Harwood
Presidents often make extravagant claims for their policies. But rarely are they proven so false so fast as Donald Trump's claims about tax cuts and deficits. The Treasury reported that the 2018 deficit swelled to $779 billion. » Read More
By: Brian Schwartz
The GOP's Congressional Leadership Fund is unleashing a new ad in New York's 22nd District tying Democratic candidate Anthony Brindisi to House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi and Rep. Claudia Tenney to President Donald Trump. » Read More
The Senate's top Republican says a vote on President Trump's NAFTA replacement won't come until 2019, potentially setting up a showdown with Democrats if, as expected, they win a majority in the House.
Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., long one of Saudi Arabia's most vocal defenders in Congress, on Tuesday vowed never to return to the country as long as Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman remains in power.
Tense moments peppered a debate between California Republican Rep. Dana Rohrabacher and Democrat Harley Rouda as the incumbent defended his pro-Russia record and accused his opponent of trying to impeach President Donald Trump.
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi would likely start another stint as speaker if her party wins control of the chamber on Nov. 6.
In a letter to U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer, 169 representatives pushed the White House to let firms request exclusions from the duties.
Georgia is one of eight states that opted not to expand Medicaid and will choose a new governor this year.
BlackRock CEO Fink says the world's largest money manager won't "run away" from doing business with Saudi Arabia.
The latest CNBC All-America Economic Survey offers mixed signals, but leans against a wave Democratic election like that those that swept Republicans to power in 2010 and 2014.
The deficit climbed to $779 billion, $113 billion higher than the previous year, according to a statement from Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and Office of Management and Budget Director Mick Mulvaney.
Former NATO Ambassador Nicholas Burns gave his view on the tensions between Saudi Arabia, Turkey and the U.S. shortly after Trump told reporters that the Saudi journalist, Jamal Khashoggi, may have been murdered by "rogue killers."
The effects of Taylor Swift's political endorsement were felt right away, but it remains to be seen whether these new voters will actually turn out for Swift's chosen candidates on Election Day.
President Donald Trump's approval ratings received a slight bump during the Kavanaugh fight. But Trump's framing of that fight as an attack on men helped give Republican Senate candidates a big boost.
The Pentagon says there has been a cyber breach of Defence Department travel records that compromised the personal information and credit card data of U.S. military and civilian personnel.
Democrats will likely struggle to navigate the Senate even as party enthusiasm helps them unseat vulnerable House Republicans across the country.
The poll largely has good news for Democrats in Wisconsin only two years after President Donald Trump narrowly won the state.
GOP Rep. Steve Knight, who is a fight for his political life in a district with a large Latino population, has been distancing himself from some of President Trump's policies, particularly when it comes to immigration.