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Democrats could get walloped in the November elections. The party gets sleepy and distracted in the midterms.
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19 hrs ago | The Advocate
Attorney General Buddy Caldwell's appearance at U.S. Sen. Mary Landrieu's annual Washington Mardi Gras party late last month caused a bit of a stir, and not just because Caldwell treated the crowd to a mean Elvis impersonation.
As she campaigns for the House, Democrat Gwen Graham spends time on occasion working alongside fellow Florida residents-on a farm, at a goat ranch, at a construction site.
Too drunk to gamble? That's the claim of a California man suing a Las Vegas casino he says continued to serve him drinks and loan him money after he was so drunk he suffered a blackout.
Louisiana Senate hopeful Rob Maness takes a hard line on spending issues, even when it comes to Hurricane Katrina relief funding.
With a bill to roll back increases in flood insurance premiums possibly just days away from final enactment - the Senate is expected to vote on the House bill next week - Democratic Sen. Mary Landrieu and Republican Rep. Bill Cassidy are jockeying to claim credit for its success during one of the most competitive Senate races in the country.
The big takeaway from the 2012 election was the limits of the modern Republican electoral coalition.
Sens. Mary Landrieu D-La., left, and David Vitter, R-La., were on the same side on legislation to take decisions about prosecuting sexual assaults away from military commanders.
The specter of failure is often enough to get the White House and Senate leaders to punt on a nomination.
Proponents and critics of Keystone XL are unleashing a final flurry of pleas to persuade the government on the pipeline, which has become a flash point in a debate over energy development versus climate protection.
Each month seems to bring another major change to Obamacare, all coming from a White House operating unilaterally.
Seizing on proposed Medicare Advantage cuts, the right-leaning American Action Network will unveil a $1 million ad campaign on Friday against three vulnerable Democratic senators and six House Democrats.
U.S. lawmakers who represent districts from the Gulf Coast north to New Jersey and New York pleaded with the Senate on Thursday to protect coastal homeowners from a spike in flood insurance rates.
The Obama administration on Wednesday released a broad set of regulatory changes to the health law that would give some consumers additional time to stay in plans that do not comply with all its coverage requirements and all consumers more time to enroll in coverage come 2015.
President Barack Obama signs the Affordable Health Care for America Act during a ceremony with fellow Democrats in the East Room of the White House March 23, 2010 in Washington, DC.
The nomination of a veteran civil rights lawyer to head the Justice Department's civil rights division was blocked Wednesday after a contentious Senate debate Wednesday, with opponents citing his work on the death penalty appeal of a convicted cop killer.