In Wisconsin, it was a race for the left and right corners of the political spectrum. Will the rest of the country follow suit?
The worst thing that can happen is for people to just up and quit looking for work. It's not a big change, but seeing the labor participation rate go up from 63.6 percent to 63.8 percent is a small step in the right direction.
With the recent push for the Paycheck Fairness Act, a progressive and important idea is actually driving the debate. Now's not the time to slow down.
The President should be concerned about recent polling that shows his rival gaining ground among the same groups that elected him in 2008.
The former President and the Mayor of Newark were both critical of Obama's attack ads against Romney. Democrats should listen up if they want to attract swing voters in November.
Should anything shock you coming from a station that would give a lowlife like Al Sharpton a show, or a station that would give give Glenn Beck a platform for a few years?
Without public investment, we wouldn't have public beaches and highways and train lines to take us there. We wouldn't have lakes clean enough to swim in and trails safe enough to hike.
In a unanimous ruling, a U.S. Court of Appeals ruled Thursday that a key component of the Defense of Marriage Act is unconstitutional. This is the first time that DOMA was found to be unconstitutional by a Federal Appeals Court.
Elizabeth Warren, Democratic candidate for U.S. Senate from Massachusetts -and recent head of the federal consumer protection agency - is in the middle of a nasty controversy that underscores the nefarious nature of racial politics in this country.
Her message of being open to possibility because the journey is long reads just as true for embracing possibility because the journey may be cut short.
Elections are about outcomes, and if Walker holds onto his post, it will be a sign that there's still work to do.
That Lugar, who ran unopposed six years ago and collected 87 percent of the vote in 2006 was tossed out by a Tea Party candidate last week should send shockwaves to every incumbent politician on the ballot this November. Why?
If Washington could attract the same talent as Silicon Valley, maybe Congress wouldn't have the lowest approval ratings in history.
Attached please find artists' renderings of our top four attack strategies for your review.
How about this scenario? The whole thing was a carefully orchestrated drama that rolled out and ended just as it was intended to do. Everyone hit their marks in the studio state and played their role to perfection.