During a campaign speech. The incumbent senator joked that he would spend time as a kid "doing all sorts of indecent things with animals."
Dave Brat pulled off a stunning upset Tuesday night when he defeated House Majority Leader Eric Cantor in Virginia's Republican primary.
In response to remarks made by House Speaker John Boehner today, Representative Jackie Speier challenged the label he placed on the Taliban. "To say they are terrorists, at this point, is not necessarily accurate," Speier said during a segment on Newsnation with Tamron Hall.
"Rob4NY" is fundraising Friday in support of Republican gubernatorial candidate Rob Astorino, in a campaign called "D-Day Money Bomb." The group is not affiliated with the campaign.
"Congressman, are you googling during this debate?"
Twenty minutes after a campaign staffer got busted for fluffy edits on McDaniel's page, one of the men arrested in the nursing home case appears to have created an account and started editing.
"Are you saying that you know for a fact that Thad Cochran is not a minion of Slender Man?" Beck asked on a segment of his radio program on Wednesday.
During a segment on The Kelly File, South Dakota senate candidate Annette Bosworth learned that she had lost her primary race from host Megyn Kelly.
Former Bush administration and Romney campaign official Richard Grenell helped connect the media and soldiers who served with Bergdahl.
After a sordid scandal consumed national headlines, Chris McDaniel is fighting to shift the narrative and unseat incumbent Thad Cochran in the upcoming June 3 primary. But as some of the details of the scandal remain unclear, many on the Hill are holding their breath and reserving any outright support for the embattled candidate.
Republican candidate for Senate, Joni Ernst, referred to the shooting spree near the University of California, Santa Barbara, as an "unfortunate accident" during a primary debate on Thursday.
The governor of New Jersey thanked the woman for making the comment at a town hall event today, saying "I am much smaller now than I used to be."
Ray Moore, a candidate for Lieutenant Governor in South Carolina, has some issues with America's education system, which he calls "anti-Christian, pagan and godless."
“Mayor de Blasio recognizes the importance of transparency with the media," said Phil Walzak, mayor de Blasio's spokesperson after the Associated Press published a story accusing the mayor of barring media from dozens of events.
"I pray that the Syrian armed forces will continue to exhibit extraordinary gallantry in the war against terrorists."