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Meet the Freshmen of Capitol Hill
The first black Republican woman elected to Congress Mia Love of Utah says Majority Whip Steve Scalise should stay in GOP leadership despite ongoing scandal.
Hillary Clinton Sidesteps Keystone Pipeline in Speech to Environmental Group
In an address to an environmental group that fiercely opposes the Keystone XL pipeline Monday evening, Hillary Clinton made no mention of the project. At a fundraising dinner for the League of Conservation Voters, Clinton spent most of her speech expressing support for the president’s...
2014 Midterm Elections: Republicans Take Control of Senate and House
Sen. Mitch McConnell likely to take over as majority leader as Democrats lose out.
By MICHAEL FALCONE (@michaelpfalcone) NOTABLES IT ENDED WHERE IT BEGAN – and at several key check-in points along the way. ABC’s RICK KLEIN: The breadth of Democratic losses last night was staggering. Anti-incumbent sentiments solidified into an anti-Democratic wave, perhaps as big a wave as...
5 Winners and Losers From the Midterm Elections
On a night when Republicans took over the Senate and Democrats experienced even more losses than they were originally expecting, some of the longer-term winners and losers were people who didn't have their name on a ballot. Fortuitous fundraising and a focus on presidential prospects helped a few
A Fresh Blast of Discontent Reshapes the Political Order
A fresh blast of public discontent reshaped American politics yet again in the 2014 midterm elections, handing the Republican Party control of the Senate and its largest house majority in 86 years. Its source: Seemingly unending economic woe – and the political discord it fuels....
Senate Elections 2014: Republicans Seize Control of the Senate
Republicans handed a major defeat to President Obama and Senate Democrats on Tuesday night when they seized control of the Senate by flipping at least seven seats from the Democratic to the GOP column. Republicans secured victory in seven states where Democrats currently hold seats -– Arkansas,
New Hampshire, Iowa, Colorado and Kansas Pivotal States in Mid-Term Elections
Key races and high stakes on the line for president and for Democrats to remain in control of the Senate.
Projected Senate Wins: Cotton, R, in Arkansas; Shaheen, D, in New Hampshire
Former President Bill Clinton's campaigning efforts in Arkansas did not pay off for Democrats.