Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders is the most popular U.S. senator, according to data from Morning Consult.
The polling shows 69 of 100 U.S. senators with approval ratings better than 50 percent, and Sanders, an independent from Vermont, is at the top of the ratings chart with 83 percent.
The Democrats' debate lineup is down to a tidy trio, now that two of their presidential candidates have quit the race.
That should make it easier to keep the debaters straight: the woman, the socialist and ... who's that other guy? Oh yeah, former Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley.
Workers from McDonald's, Taco Bell and other chain restaurants protested in cities around the country on Nov. 10 to push fast food companies to pay them at least $15 an hour. The protesters also had a message for presidential candidates: Support the cause or lose their vote next year.
Donald Trump's support for a government database to track Muslims in the United States is drawing sharp rebukes from his Republican president rivals as they try to distance themselves from a proposal that legal experts say is unconstitutional, The Associated Press reported today.
Bring on Donald Trump, and Ben Carson, too.
That's what Democratic insiders are saying about the Republican outsiders who sit solidly atop preference polls in the race for the GOP nomination for president.
Hillary Rodham Clinton has locked up public support from half of the Democratic insiders who cast ballots at the party's national convention, giving her a commanding advantage over her rivals for the party's presidential nomination.
With the November 2016 elections just one year away, Republicans, Democrats and outside groups are preparing for expensive battles over state legislative seats.
The United States needs to increase its efforts in Syria and Iraq "directly" and expand its support to other nations where Islamic State militants operate.
Taking the stage at the Milwaukee Theatre on Nov. 10 for the fourth GOP presidential debate were celebrity businessman Donald Trump and retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson, the leaders of most recent polls, and Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida, Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky, former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina, Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas and Ohio Gov. John Kasich.
The guest lineups for the Sunday TV news shows include: