A tiny, last-minute event could tip the scale in this year's presidential race.
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Turmoil in Iraq could turn out to be a bigger Bush re-election headache than job losses.
President Bush's political fortunes are likely to continue riding a seesaw until Nov. 2.
Many once-dispirited Democrats believe that the conditions are ripe for them to pluck the House of Representatives from the Republican Party.
The value of incumbency seems to be growing.
Rep. Tom Davis, R-Va., has worked to improve relations with his Democratic colleagues during his year as chairman of the House Government Reform Committee.
Early polls show Sen. John Kerry, D-Mass., hurt by Ralph Nader.
Although Kerry's choosing Edwards as a running mate is hardly a nutty idea, why should he do it if there are stronger choices?
Ralph Nader's recently announced presidential bid and a GOP loss in Kentucky should set off alarms for both political parties.
Democrats face several tough battles in the fight for control of Congress.