On tough votes, the Senate Republicans will not have an easy time finding Democrats to offset GOP defections.
OVERSIGHT - ALL ARTICLES
The 2008 presidential race is likely to see huge fields of candidates from both sides of the political spectrum.
Republicans shouldn't get too carried away with their successes on Election Day.
The Bush-Cheney reelection effort was perhaps the best planned, best executed, most disciplined, and most strategic presidential campaign in history.
The tone and rhythm of election night could be set when the polls close in Pennsylvania, Ohio and Florida.
As we enter the final days of this campaign, the nation remains closely and deeply divided.
Nobody actually knows what's going to happen.
For the first time in this campaign, the presidential race is dead even.
Did Kerry find a way to make voters want to keep him in their living rooms for the next four years?
Disaster in the debates and unforeseen developments in Iraq are the only remaining obstacles in President Bush's path to re-election.