A panel traces the missteps of the Democrats in the months leading up to last night's upset loss of a Senate seat.
Democrats and Republicans woke up this week with a fresh perspective on the midterm elections.
DNC Chairman Tim Kaine and RNC Chairman Michael Steele engage in a heated debate on jobs and health care reform.
As primary battles go, this one's pretty ugly.
Tuesday's off-year election may not have had the high stakes of the 2008 presidential election, but several races are significant on the national level:
The president didn't watch the election returns Tuesday night, according to his press secretary, Robert Gibbs. He watched his beloved Chicago Bulls instead.
If Democrats suffer a loss in an upstate New York congressional race Tuesday, it could well spark an uneasy celebration among Republican leaders.
The Republican candidate bows out of a New York Congressional race. CNN's Jim Acosta reports.
As voters across the country head to the polls Tuesday, one thing appears certain: Many of them are angry.
Usually, on the day before an election, the top story is how the candidates from each party are doing all they can to beat up the other side.