Voters head to polls to fill Virginia House seat in 11th District
Thai lawmakers judged to have breached law, could face trial and expulsion from politics
Egypt's Christians celebrate Christmas amid tight security, but in upbeat mood
Socialist sworn in as Seattle City Council member, vows to raise minimum wage to $15 an hour
Her 2016 intentions unknown, pro-Hillary Clinton group pushes to expand clout in NH
A former Florida legislator says he will run in the Republican primary against a southwest Florida congressman who pleaded guilty to cocaine possession.
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Obama panel hears election officials' concerns that since Newtown, schools don't want voting
Moderate Pennsylvania GOP Rep. Jim Gerlach, six-term veteran, to retire at year's end
Popular California governor strides into 2014 with successes, challenges in an election year
Bangladesh ruling party wins marred election as leaders keep up bitter rivalry
Romney: MSNBC host's apology sincere, time to move on after comment about adopted grandson
With tip hotlines, Egypt's once hated security agency seeks to reclaim role
A restaurant owner has picked up a celebrity endorsement in his bid for District of Columbia mayor.
With Congress returning to work, election-year politics are certain to shape limited agenda
Ex-spy chief killing resurrects allegations against Rwandan president going back to genocide
Violence, opposition boycott, mar elections in Bangladesh, threaten to deepen crisis
In Florida, Democrats breaking GOP's decades-long lock on Cuban-American vote
In Maryland, timing is everything when it comes to campaign fundraising. The state's elected officials cannot take your money in the form of a campaign contribution while they make laws in the 90-day General Assembly session. But is that constitutional?
US Senator Ted Cruz still a dual US-Canadian citizen despite simple renouncement process