2012 Congressional elections
The latest news on 2012 Congressional elections
Democrats are likely to maintain control of the Senate, with Republicans likely keeping their control of the House.
Rhetoric in the current campaigns displays attitudes towards women that are even more backward and hostile than 20 years ago.
The battle between newcomer Mia Love and political heavyweight Jim Matheson looks to be going Love's way.
Consultants say Menendez story has no staying power.
OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — Democrat Bob Kerrey is getting a boost from a prominent Republican in his bid to pull ahead in Nebraska's tight race for an open Senate seat.
Republicans and Democrats battle in races that should have been settled long ago.
Kerrey, Fischer duke it out in campaign's final days.
A Republican-leaning outside group is investing in Nebraska's suddenly tighter Senate race, looking to shore up Republican Deb Fischer as she tries to turn back Democrat Bob Kerrey's bid to return to the Senate.
Both Senate candidates volunteered commentary on rape and abortion, but pundits note differences
Indiana Senate candidate Richard Mourdock said in a debate that he thinks pregnancy from rape is "God's intent."