Republican Party News
Tea Party Super PAC Predicts a 'Bar Room Brawl' Inside GOP in 2014
The Madison Project's Drew Ryun calls for remaking the Republican Party.
GOP Senate Ad Acknowledges Clinton Likely to Win
The Latest on the presidential campaign (all times EDT): 1:15 p.m. Donald Trump is taking a quick tour of the Gettysburg National Military Park after delivering a speech near the historic Civil War site. Trump was greeted by park visitors and spent time speaking with a park ranger. He was joined by
Donald Trump Vows to Sue Sexual Assault Accusers, Lays Out Plan for First 100 Days in Office
Donald Trump kicked off a speech today in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, about his plan for his first 100 days as president by announcing that he will after the election sue every woman who has accused him of sexual assault. "Every woman lied when they came forward to hurt my campaign. Total
Trump Vowing to Sue 'Every One' of His Female Accusers
Donald Trump is pledging postelection lawsuits against every woman who has accused him of sexual assault or other inappropriate behavior, and he's charging Hillary Clinton's campaign and the Democratic Party with orchestrating the allegations
Race in GOP -Friendly Missouri Could Determine Senate Control
A contest in Republican-friendly Missouri could determine which party controls the Senate
Hillary Clinton Victory Could Help Down-Ballot Democrats
The Democratic nominee's potential victories in traditionally red states could affect the makeup of the next Congress.
From Utah, McMullin Calls for 'New Conservative Movement'
Independent presidential candidate Evan McMullin told several hundred people at a Friday night rally in a Salt Lake City suburb that a vote for him could kick-start a new conservative movement
As Dems Seek House Wins, Fla. Lawmaker Walks Trump Tightrope
In central Florida, 73-year old GOP Rep. John Mica is facing one of the few serious challenges in his 24-year career from a political upstart half his age with a colorful personal and professional resume
WHY IT MATTERS: Voting Rights
THE ISSUE: Who should be able to vote and how easy should it be? It's a question that goes to the core of democracy. Voting rights are in flux in the final months of Barack Obama's two terms as the first black president. Citing a need to combat fraud, Republican-controlled legislatures are
Pence Continues to Massage Trump's Controversial Remarks
For Republican running mate Mike Pence, it's becoming a routine part of the job