A trio of election skeptics lost in a state where an array of voting options and efficient elections may have served as a natural defense against the "Big Lie."
Nowhere is the shift more pronounced — and dangerous for Democrats — than in the suburbs.
Steve Bannon evoked his fascist fantasy by calling on former Trump officials to help the next Republican president get a stranglehold on the government.
North Dakota Sen. Kevin Cramer said he injured the little finger on his right hand this past weekend after a boulder rolled over it while he was doing yardwork.
This governor’s race is getting heated. Andrew Gillum all but flat-out called Ron DeSantis a “racist” in the latest Florida gubernatorial debate.
Eric Greitens released a campaign ad that imagines gun-toting supporters bursting into the homes of his political opponents.
It also opposes "all efforts to validate transgender identity," and supports "Reintegrative Therapy" to eliminate "unwanted same-sex attraction."
Sen. John Cornyn, who's in the bipartisan group hammering out a gun deal, faced a tough crowd in his home state.
Democratic National Committee Chair Jamie Harrison warned that “MAGA Republicans will do anything in their desperate chase for power.”
Republican Rep. Tom Rice, who voted in favor of Donald Trump’s impeachment, lost his reelection bid in South Carolina.