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Not surprisingly, they aren't lining up around the block to take the job -- as head of the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee, that is: There don't...

A report suggests that Senate Republicans are trying to lure Joe Manchin to switch parties: Aside from his pick of committee assignments (likely the Energy and Natural...

Who knew coconuts were so dangerous? Who knew Obama's speech to India's parliament would be so historic? "This will be the first time a teleprompter will...

As I noted yesterday, the new Senate will have more Republicans and, just as important, many more nervous Democrats. Sen. Minority Leader Mitch McConnell is...

Fred Barnes makes a key observation: Ten Democrats whose seats are up in 2012 come from right-leaning states or saw their states scoot to the right...

So far the sighs of relief at the victories of Manchin in West Virginia are understandable -- and should be very troubling to Democrats and...

The Democratic Public Policy Polling outfit has a spate of final polls showing GOP candidates leading narrowly in Nevada, Illinois, Washington, and Colorado. Rand Paul and Pat...

If the GOP were to pick up nine seats and neither Ben Nelson nor Joe Lieberman could be lured across the aisle, that would tie the Senate at...

The latest batch of Senate polls suggests that there is a good chance of Republicans picking up these seats: North Dakota, Arkansas, Indiana, Wisconsin (Russ Feingold...

Bill Clinton's main task is getting people to drop out of Senate races. "Charlie Crist personally called a top adviser to Bill Clinton and asked...

Charlie Cook writes: It’s easy to look at what appears to be a gigantic Republican 2010 midterm election wave in the House and feel a little...

Awkward. Charles Krauthammer vs. Tina Totenberg. Unsurprising. "The knives are out for Christiane Amanpour at ABC News' DC bureau." The only people happy about NPR's firing...