Arizona Republican Sen. Jeff Flake, facing a tough primary fight, announced Tuesday he will not seek re-election next year — while taking a parting shot on the Senate floor at President Trump for behavior he called “reckless, outrageous, and undignifi…
Republican Roy Moore, the anti-Republican establishment candidate, is tied at 42 percent apiece with Democrat Doug Jones in the U.S. Senate race in deep-red Alabama.
In the contest for New Jersey governor, Republican Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno trails Democrat Phil Murphy by double digits. That’s according to a new Fox News Poll of likely voters in New Jersey, the first this season.
Former Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore was projected to soundly defeat incumbent Sen. Luther Strange in a GOP primary runoff that pitted President Donald Trump against some of his most loyal supporters, including former chief strategist Steve Bannon, f…
President Donald Trump took to social media Tuesday to restate his support for Alabama Sen. Luther Strange ahead of next week’s Republican runoff between Strange and Roy Moore, the state’s former chief justice.
A Florida congressional candidate reportedly told supporters before a campaign event Saturday that Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton “is under no illusions that you want to have sex with her, or that she’s going to seduce you.”
The sheriff for metropolitan Phoenix trounced three rivals Tuesday to win his Republican primary in what could be the toughest campaign in his 24 years in office as he faces a storm of legal troubles stemming from his immigration patrols.
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump drove a wedge between himself and top congressional Republicans Tuesday, refusing to endorse House Speaker Paul Ryan and Arizona Sen. John McCain in upcoming primaries and harshly criticizing New Hampshire S…
While all eyes are on the primary process for the Republican and Democratic presidential nominees, voters also went to the poll to decide a number of high-stakes congressional primaries Tuesday.
The rising talk of an open Republican convention this summer has focused attention on an otherwise obscure group of party insiders, who hold the power to set convention rules – and, in doing so, remove or put up roadblocks to Donald Trump and other candidates.