Side by side, leading Democratic and Republican senators pledged Monday to propel far-reaching immigration legislation through the Senate by summer providing a
Joe Biden is thanking Democratic supporters in the afterglow of President Barack Obama's second inauguration, dropping plenty of hints that he may try to
It's official. A tally of the Electoral College vote affirms President Barack Obama's re-election.
While the next presidential primary voting is still three years away, the political implications of the actions and whereabouts of the potential field of 2016
Tradition trumped suspense Monday as members of the Electoral College cast the official, final votes in the 2012 presidential election, a constitutional
Remarkable for its last-minute surge of contributions, the U.S. presidential election witnessed unprecedented sums of cash boosting two men in their quest for
It's not just the economy, stupid. It's the demographics — the changing face of America.
President Barack Obama, laying down his marker for grueling "fiscal cliff" negotiations, said Friday he won't accept any approach to federal deficit reduction
It seems out of place: The president of the United States breaking down in tears as he thanked campaign workers for their tireless work for his re-election.
To get young voters to the polls this year, candidates had to get more creative than a 10-second attack ad before a YouTube video of the honey badger.
Florida is counting its final presidential ballots as President Barack Obama holds a narrow lead in the state.
Hispanic voted 71 percent in support for Obama, putting Republicans on notice that they must seriously court the nation's largest minority group if they want
President Barack Obama has been re-elected to a second term, defeating Republican Mitt Romney in a hard-fought race.
Wall Street greeted a second Obama term the way it greeted the first. Investors dumped stocks Wednesday in the sharpest sell-off of the year.
The failed Republican vice presidential nominee said Wednesday that he will be seated when the new House convenes in January.
The election laid bare a dual — and dueling — nation, politically speaking, jaggedly split down the middle on the presidency and torn over much else. It seems