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The Trump agenda hinges on what happens in the 2018 midterms - and Fox News' Halftime Report constantly updates the electoral landscape. See the latest Fox News ratings for Senate and Gubernatorial contests in the map below.
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* 2 independents caucus with the Democrats
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Republican congressional candidate opens up in first interview since head-on collision.
A Democratic congressional hopeful in Ohio’s special election has made misleading claims about his experience working in a county prosecutor’s office, with public records revealing ...
In 2016, GOP Rep. Martha Roby said Donald Trump’s comments about women made him an “unacceptable” choice for president.
A Republican Party chairman in an Ohio county announced his abrupt resignation Monday, citing President Trump’s Helsinki summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin and a "matter ...
Russian meddling in the 2016 U.S. presidential election was not an effort to help then-candidate Donald Trump win the election, but instead meant as a warning to Hillary Clinton ...
The California Democratic Party endorsed as its next U.S. senator a former college dropout, dissing Sen. Dianne Feinstein, the woman who has represented the party in Washington for ...
Former Democrat Kevin Nicholson speaks out on 'Fox & Friends' on his run for Senate as a Republican in Wisconsin.
Democrat socialist candidate struggles to clarify her comment on Israel's 'occupation of Palestine.'
The Democratic congressional candidate for New York's 19th district, Antonio Delgado, rhymed about watching porn, masturbating, and attacked capitalism in his past life as a "...
Political analyst Ron Meyer on what this means for the direction of the Democratic Party.
The Democratic Socialist refers to Israel as 'occupiers of Palestine.'
Since Colorado and Washington became the first states to fully legalize marijuana for recreational purposes in 2012, a green wave has swept across the country as more states OK ...