RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

Tea Party Movement

A collection of news and information related to Tea Party Movement published by this site and its partners.

Top Tea Party Movement Articles

Displaying items 100-110
  • Too Close To Call In Final Poll

    Too Close To Call In Final Poll
    The final Quinnipiac University poll before the election showed Gov. Dannel P. Malloy leading Republican challenger Tom Foley by 3 percentage points in a race that is too close to call. The survey, released Monday, does not include petitioning candidate...
  • Kansas Republican voices an incumbent's lament

    On the eve of an election that could end his 33-year career in Congress, GOP Sen. Pat Roberts stood Monday in a tight Republican Party office, the head shots of GOP heroes staring at him, and offered up what could only be called an incumbent’s...
  • Immigration, taxes, health law on the line in Tuesday's battle for Senate

    WASHINGTON For six years, the Obama White House could count on having allies in control of at least one side of Congress. That could change Tuesday, and if it does, the impact will be swift and dramatic. Immigration, taxes, energy, nominations, health...
  • New Republicans will strengthen Boehner's hand in 114th Congress

    Republican gains in the House Tuesday aren't expected to top what the party was able to accomplish in 2010, but even modest inroads will change the status quo on Capitol Hill. Here's a rundown of how the 114th Congress will be different if House...
  • Races to watch: Three congressional showdowns

    — When election results roll in Tuesday evening, Florida may be the big swing state that bucks a Republican trend. Florida Democrats are swimming against a Republican tide nationwide during this year's elections, which likely will put the GOP in...
  • Cruz is the Republican who needs a history lesson

    WASHINGTON -- Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas, in again throwing previous Republican presidential nominees Bob Dole, John McCain and Mitt Romney under the bus of his own White House ambitions, needs to brush up on his political history. The freshman senator...
  • Partisan hurdles too high for Davis in Texas, Kashkari in California

    Texas and California are like bookends, each bracing opposite ends of the political spectrum. Texas is solidly Republican, California deeply Democratic. They buttress the two major parties, as a vital source of campaign cash, as red and blue emblems...
  • Polls lift GOP hopes in key Senate races in the South

    In the final stretch before Tuesday's midterm elections, Republicans appear on solid footing in three key Senate races, according to new polls that show Democratic hopes of holding control of the Senate looking increasing faint. In Kentucky, Senate...
  • Visconti Drops Out Of Governor's Race, Supports Foley

    Visconti Drops Out Of Governor's Race, Supports Foley
    BROOKFIELD — Independent candidate Joseph Visconti abruptly dropped out of the race for governor on Sunday and endorsed Republican challenger Tom Foley. The surprise move – only two days before the election - could provide a boost to Foley in...
  • Rick Scott and Charlie Crist finish last weekend of campaign hunting for votes in South Florida

    Rick Scott and Charlie Crist finish last weekend of campaign hunting for votes in South Florida
    From church pulpits to the streets, Gov. Rick Scott and Democratic challenger Charlie Crist scoured South Florida for votes Sunday as their neck-and-neck contest hurtled toward the finish line. Crist and Scott both campaigned with big-name politicians...
  • After this election, expect more, not less, confrontation

    At some point during the last two weeks, Democrats in Washington began privately acknowledging that they will almost certainly lose their majority in the U.S. Senate on Tuesday. Rather than discussing strategies for winning, they have shifted to excuses...