A handful of Democrats are already jockeying to be on the 2020 ballot, with some hoping to capitalize on the momentum they generated from this year’s hard-fought midterm elections.
For Republican leaders seeking to maintain control of the Senate, some races are becoming a little too close for comfort.
Michael Cohen, the beleaguered former personal attorney for President Trump, has stepped down from his post as deputy finance chair of the Republican National Committee’s Finance Committee amid the ongoing federal investigation into his business dealings.
Reince Priebus, the former White House chief of staff and Republican National Committee chairman, is ruling out a bid for the Wisconsin House seat being vacated by outgoing Speaker of the House Paul Ryan.
Tennessee Sen. Bob Corker is “listening” amid encouragement from some Republicans to reconsider his decision not to run for re-election this year, according to sources close to the GOP lawmaker.
Former Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty may be getting back into politics.
South Carolina Republican Rep. Trey Gowdy, the chairman of the House Oversight Committee who is leaving Congress this year, has turned down the opportunity to be nominated to the federal bench, Fox News has learned.
House Speaker Paul Ryan called Tuesday to “cleanse” the FBI as he openly backed the release of a controversial memo that purportedly details alleged surveillance abuses by the U.S. government.
Utah Sen. Orrin Hatch struck back at his state’s largest newspaper Tuesday after it ran a scathing Christmas Day editorial calling for his retirement.
Hurricane Harvey’s devastation has left Texas Gulf Coast residents dealing with a historic cleanup – and increased pressure on Congress to extend the federal program that underwrites flood insurance policies.