Far-right groups spend large for tiny gains in Texas GOP primaries

For those keeping score in the long-running struggle between centrist Republicans and anti-establishment conservative groups that has defined recent legislative elections in Texas, Tuesday’s Republican primaries produced mixed results.

Far-right groups

Win or Lose in GOP Primary for Governor, Jeanne Ives Helps Push Illinois to a Right

When it comes to politics, there's nowhere like Illinois. Throughout the election season, ProPublica Illinois reporter and political junkie Mick Dumke will analyze

Ryan, other conservatives fear trade fight from Trump's tariffs

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Why It's Hard for Conservatives to Date in DC Right Now

Most Americans think today’s strongest tensions lie between Democrats and Republicans, according to a

Washington has the most singles actively dating and using dating apps, according to a recent


Commentary: We kissed conservatism goodbye when we let Trump lead a GOP

My bad. That was President Donald Trump.

Wednesday's Cabinet Room gun control roundtable left gun-rights advocates, NRA members and rank-and-file conservatives (the few of us left, anyway) aghast that Trump not

Conservative GOP Faction in Utah Affirms Rule that Could Disqualify Mitt Romney's Senate Campaign

Powerful conservative members of the Utah Republican Party’s Central Committee

The measure is a direct threat to Romney, who has already announced that he intends to pass petitions and gather

GOP eyes bill scheme to compensate for ObamaCare funds

Republicans are weighing whether to use a complicated budget maneuver to help pay for additional ObamaCare funding, sources say. 

The idea being considered by House Republican leaders is controversial because it

Why College Republicans Think a GOP Should Act on Climate Change

A group of more than 20 college Republican groups issued a call to action

Conservative Republicans Push For Retreat On Food Stamp Fight — For Now

“To pass a farm bill, we need a bipartisan coalition,” Rep. Charlie Dent (R-Pa.), chairman of the moderate Tuesday Group, told HuffPost on Tuesday. “We’ll need that now, and we’ll

These Texas House Republicans were once corroborated by dual distinguished regressive groups. Now, they're targets.

Luke Macias stood outside state Rep.

Macias, a long-time political consultant tied to some of the Legislature’s most conservative lawmakers and stakeholders, had helped elect the Southlake Republican into office

Tea Party hints during GOP Senate plea in Miss.

Mississippi Republican state Sen. Chris McDaniel is moving closer to announcing a Senate primary challenge to Sen.