Virginia Republicans have chosen firebrand conservative minister E.W. Jackson's for lieutenant governor, the first black candidate the party has nominated for statewide office since 1988.
Feeling vindicated by IRS admission, tea party hopes to leverage the moment for a resurgence
As they recruit for 2014 Senate races, Democrats have their own party struggles
Pakistan holds repeat election in Karachi despite shooting death of senior politician
'Britain's Obama' urges stronger economic ties with West Africa
Venezuela releases ex-general jailed in post-election crackdown on opposition
Unopposed Cuccinelli nominated for Virginia governor at tea party-ruled GOP convention
State Sen. Mark Obenshain has won the Republican nomination for attorney general in Virginia 35 years after his father won the party's U.S. Senate nomination.
With the D.C. primary less than a year away, a second candidate made it official on Saturday, as Ward 6 Council member Tommy Wells told a crowd of supporters in the rain, "I am officially running to be mayor of our great city, Washington, D.C."
A look at the IRS, its tea party tempest and the tangle of money in politics
Tea party tax filings show low-budget activism, with some million-dollar exceptions
2 candidates tied in mayoral election in Philippines flip coin to decide winner
John Edwards reactivates law license; to speak at lawyers' event a year after corruption trial
Bulgarian president convenes new parliament on Tuesday, search for government starts
Under new tea party management, GOP convenes in Richmond to nominate Cuccinelli, pick slate
Karen Handel, ex-Komen official at center of Planned Parenthood flap, to run for Senate in Ga.
Republican Ken Cuccinelli is proposing cuts to taxes and regulations on energy to stimulate its growth in Virginia if he's elected governor this year.
Carroll County Sheriff Ken Tregoning says he will not seek re-election to a fifth term next year.
Ng Ser Miang of Singapore becomes 2nd declared candidate for IOC president
Iranian cleric says women cannot be president, woman's name on ballot 'not allowed'