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New 'Hunger Games' Trailer
Jennifer Lawrence attended Comic-Con 2015 to reveal the new trailer for "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2."
Out of Reach? 25 House Races to Watch on Election Night
There are 435 seats in the House of Representatives, and here is a look at 25 of the top match-ups worth watching on Election Day. Most are highly competitive and expensive races, while others are notable simply for the political characters on the ticket, including a migrant worker-turned-astronaut
U.S. Capitol Weathers DC's Devastating Storm
While Washington cleans up this morning after Friday night’s severe weather, one of the oldest and most historic buildings in the nation’s capital appears to have escaped relatively unscathed: the U.S. Capitol. A spokeswoman for the Architect of the Capitol tells ABC News that there...
Bill Clinton Endorses Critz in Pennsylvania Democratic House Primary
As redistricting pits Democrat against Democrat, Bill Clinton has given his seal of approval in a hotly contested House primary. The former president gave his nod to Pennsylvania Rep. Mark Critz, who is locked in a primary contest against Rep. Jason Altmire, after the most...
Fantasy Congress: Minority Faces Potential Revolt Next Cycle
With less than two weeks until the congressional midterm elections and speculation running rampant over Capitol Hill as to what the House leadership might look like in the 112th Congress, sources said that the party that finds itself in the minority could suffer a revolution among its leadership
Dems Use 'Outsourcing' Ads to Attack Republicans on Jobs
Democrats hit hard by Republicans for bailouts, stimulus, and “job killing” policies like “cap and trade,” are trying to prove that their opponents are just as bad for the economy. The accusation? Their opponents, say Democrats, support policies that outsource American jobs. These “outsourcing” ads
Obama Ramps Up Rhetoric Against Republicans on Campaign Trail
Obama Outlines Options for Voters in November: Move Forward With Democrats or Fall Backward With Republicans
President Obama Raises Campaign Cash for Vulnerable Democrats
President Obama hits the road today for a mix of policy and politics, using a two-day trip to Missouri and Nevada to tout clean energy and job creation and also bring in some campaign cash for two vulnerable Democratic Senate candidates . Obama travels to Kansas City today to deliver remarks on the
Sarah Palin's Endorsements Pack a Punch
Unlikely Candidates Supported by Former Alaska Governor Have Won Key Nominations in 2010 Races
Tea Party Fundraising PACs Surge, but Cash Comes Slowly
One Group Spent More Than $500,000 on Sharron Angle's GOP Primary Bid in Nevada