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  • Will turned-off Latinos turn out for Democrats?

    FORT COLLINS, Colo. Virginia Ortega could decide who wins Colorado's Senate election. A volunteer in a Catholic gift shop, she's worked all her life, picked cherries as a child, worked as a deli clerk and in food services at a jail. She cares deeply...
  • Fight for U.S. Senate control may not end on Election Day

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The fight for control of the U.S. Senate could last far past the Nov. 4 election, with possible run-offs in Louisiana and Georgia and surprising surges by independent candidates in Kansas and South Dakota creating new uncertainty...
  • In Kansas, it's Sen. Pat Roberts' race to lose � and he might

    TOPEKA, Kan. For more than three decades, Pat Roberts had an easy time winning elections to Congress from Kansas, always winning in landslides. Now the Republican senator is in very real danger of losing and he may have only himself to blame. First,...
  • Immigration may be factor in close North Carolina Senate race

    WASHINGTON The inability of Congress to solve the problem of how to keep immigration legal, orderly and economically productive is rattling through the U.S. Senate race in North Carolina. It's a key issue for several important North Carolina industries...
  • Harris donates to new GOP fund engaging in state races

    Harris donates to new GOP fund engaging in state races
    Rep. Andy Harris, the state's top-elected Republican official, is attempting to boost GOP candidates running in Maryland legislative races by pumping money into a new organization made possible by relaxed federal campaign finance rules, recently filed...
  • Republicans take aim at U.S. Ebola response after fourth case emerges

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Republicans with an eye on next month's congressional elections ratcheted up their criticism of President Barack Obama's response to Ebola on Friday after the emergence of a fourth U.S. case heightened public anxiety about the...
  • U.S. considering quarantine for returning Ebola health workers: CDC

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Obama administration is considering quarantining healthcare workers returning to the United States from the Ebola hot zone of West Africa, after a New York doctor who treated Ebola patients there tested positive for the virus....
  • GOP Senate would mean more clashes with Obama, little progress

    WASHINGTON It's Nov. 5 and jubilant Republicans have captured the Senate, giving the party control of both chambers of Congress for the last two years of Barack Obama's presidency. Now what? The power and agenda in the Senate would shift dramatically....
  • A few Ebola cases terrify US, a predictably American response

    DALLAS For Triston Crowl, 20, the arrival of teams dressed in yellow hazmat suits looking for Ebola in his Dallas neighborhood helicopters flying overhead felt like living the opening scene of a movie that wouldn't end well. "People were freaking out,"...
  • Attacks continue after Nigeria's truce with Boko Haram militants

    Nigeria's week-old cease-fire with the militant group Boko Haram is in doubt, with dozens more women and children abducted and other near-daily attacks by insurgents. The fate of 219 schoolgirls abducted in April from the town of Chibok remains unclear,...
  • Dems Cut Inaccurate Slams Of Greenberg From 'Research Book' - Despite Refusal To Admit Errors

    Dems Cut Inaccurate Slams Of Greenberg From 'Research Book' - Despite Refusal To Admit Errors
    National Democrats have deleted several unjustified slams against Republican 5th Congressional District candidate Mark Greenberg in a 99-page "research book" that is published on the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee's Internet website. The...