The still-undecided Louisiana Senate race has prompted quick movement on a long-dormant project.
Democrats spent 16 times more on Senate races than on their campaign for statehouse seats. Now, the GOP controls two-thirds of legislatures.
Moderate and tea party Republicans wanted to win the midterms. They don't agree on much else -- and their divisions are showing.
The GOP blitzed the midterms without carrying women voters. That won't be possible in 2016. So bring on the women candidates!
Experts say that Americans can expect more gridlock, at least as it pertains to contentious federal budget and economy-related measures.
Election Day 2014 Facebook Results: Weed, Obamacare Dominate Chatter; Elizabeth Warren Scores Top Post
With reform initiatives on four statewide ballots, marijuana dominated election-related chatter on Facebook Tuesday.
2014 Midterm Elections: What A Republican Congress Means For Obama's Supreme Court, Attorney General Appointments
GOP lawmakers are expected to keep the White House from appointing any future judicial and political nominees.
Midterm Elections 2014: Republican Senate Victories Boost The Odds For Controversial Keystone XL Pipeline Project
Republicans are vowing to make the Canada-to-Texas pipeline a top priority come January.
The U.S. president arrives in China in a week, where the media is already calling him a lame duck.
Midterm Election Results 2014: Republican Andy Tobin Trails Democrat Ann Kirkpatrick In Arizona’s First Congressional District, Race Too Close To Call
Arizona unofficial election results showed Tobin with 46 percent of the vote against Kirkpatrick's 53 percent.
Republicans broke a number of barriers in the 2014 midterm elections.
Midterm Election Results 2014: Republican Dan Sullivan Tops Alaska Sen. Mark Begich, But Senate Race Still Up In Air
Because of the difficulty of collecting votes in Alaska, it could take days to see the final results of the race.
With the excitable Republican moving from the Illinois state house to the U.S. Congress, C-SPAN could finally become must-see TV.
The sweeping Republican victory in Tuesday’s midterm elections came without a key piece of the electorate: women.
Obama is expected to issue long-awaited executive orders on immigration any day now, potentially offering deportation relief to millions.
If Republicans are taking the midterms as a sign of how well they'll do in 2016, they're misreading the data. Big-time.
Democratic Rep. Rick Nolan Wins Minnesota House Race In One Of Most Expensive Congressional Contests
Nolan was projected to beat Republican challenger Stewart Mills by a slim margin.
“All of our modeling has Warner winning this,” said Chuck Todd of "Meet the Press." But, "if I were [Gillespie], I wouldn't concede tonight."
Mia Love, a Haitian-American, became the first black Republican woman to be elected to the U.S. Congress.
GOP gubernatorial candidates scored big wins, backed by the millions of dollars raised by RGA head Chris Christie.
From Spain to China, opinion was unanimous: It was a very bad day for the president of the United States of America.
Gubernatorial races put more state pension money in control of Wall Street financial managers.
Minimum Wage Ballot Initiatives 2014: Arkansas, Nebraska Lead States Seeking To Raise Minimum Wage In 2014 Midterm Elections
Voters in South Dakota and Alaska are considering similar ballot initiatives.
The last round of Rasmussen polling had Davis ahead with 52 percent and an earlier poll from Monmouth U. gave him 50 percent of the vote.
Republican Elise Stefanik defeated Democrat Aaron Woolf Tuesday in New York's upstate 21st District House of Representatives race.
Arkansas Republican French Hill Wins House Race, Narrowly Beating Democratic Contender Patrick Henry Hays
French Hill, a millionaire banker, touted himself as a business leader, not a "career politician."