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New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie says heA ll "probably" make a decision about running for president sometime in 2015.
Joe Biden has insisted that the Obama administration has not given up on its push for tougher gun laws in the wake of the Sandy Hook school shooting, and indicated that the White House will try to secure a second US Senate vote on universal background checks.
Far from reversing course, Senate Democrats who backed President Barack Obama's health care law and now face re-election in GOP-leaning states are firming up their support for the overhaul even as Republican criticism intensifies.
A Big Apple fundraiser for Sen. Mark Begich - one of the targets of New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg's gun control group - that was hosted by some of the city's finance titans was called off, officials confirmed.
Alaska Lt. Gov. Mead Treadwell formally jumped into the 2014 race for U.S. Senate, hoping to take on Democratic incumbent Mark Begich.
Sen. Mark Begich on Monday said he's closer to being a Rockefeller Republican than a Pelosi Democrat.
The handful of Senate Democrats up for reelection in 2014 in tough states have decided to embrace Obamacare, taking the opportunity of its implementation coinciding with the midterm elections to remind constituents of its benefits and to make sure they understand and can use them.
The federal government is putting a former Coast Guard cutter up for auction after efforts to send it to a museum in Juneau failed.
The conservative Club for Growth tags Democratic Sen. Mark Pryor as President Barack Obama 's "closest ally" in the state while New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg 's gun-control advocacy group says Pryor "let us down."
Have you ever wondered why anybody in their right mind wants to be lieutenant governor? Mr. Hold My Coat.
Michael Bloomberg has to ask himself that question every day, people. He has a dual identity, like an action hero.
A new poll from the Democratic-leaning Public Policy Polling finds that 71 percent of voters still support universal background checks, including 57 percent of Republicans.
U.S. Senators Barbara Boxer , Kirsten Gillibrand , Susan Collins , Mike Johanns , Senators Mark Begich , Richard Blumenthal , Chris Coons , Al Franken , Mazie Hirono , Barbara Mikulski , Mark Pryor , Brian Schatz , Jeanne Shaheen , and Representatives Dan Benishek , Tulsi Gabbard , Richard Hanna and Kyrsten Sinema were joined today by survivors of ... (more)
The public's scorn for a gridlocked U.S. Congress continues to grow, with a new Gallup poll showing confidence in the legislative body falling to 10 percent, the lowest level Gallup has ever found for any institution.