2012 Congressional elections
The latest news on 2012 Congressional elections
The report's revelations aren't new, but officials hope they gain more traction now.
The page is constantly being edited to add or remove references to Warren's claims of Cherokee heritage.
In an election cycle that saw billions spent on ads, we sift through the highlights, as well as the lowlights.
A handful of newcomers could make an immediate impact on Capitol Hill.
Political gaffes, blunders, and missteps hurt a number of campaigns this election.
Despite publicly disavowing candidate Todd Akin after his "legitimate rape" remark, the National Republican Senatorial Committee quietly sent $760,000 to Missouri in a last-ditch attempt to aid Akin's unsuccessful bid to unseat Democratic Sen. Claire McCaskill.
A record amount of money was spent in the 2012 election cycle.
Tammy Duckworth says women should be able to serve in combat ground units.
Backing down from its position on abortion and taxes will not revive the Republican Party.
After two weeks, Rep. Allen West throws in the towel.