The latest news on Brown, Scott
Carpetbagging has its growing pains.
Out of office, the former senator could become a more sane, less self-promoting version of the former Alaska governor.
Sometimes politicians choose not to run for office for the sake of human sanity
Demographic changes are leaving once-rising stars fading back into party obscurity.
Democrats are likely to maintain control of the Senate, with Republicans likely keeping their control of the House.
Cherokee Nation asks Massachusetts Sen. Scott Brown for an apology.
Seniors and women are not terrified church mice, and shouldn't be treated as such by either party.
Reid accuses Brown of using the Senate as an excuse.
When a politician calls his a opponent "a good guy," it means he is about to say just the opposite.
Sen. Scott Brown and Candidate Linda McMahon admonish Romney's comments.