The body of the man suspected in the deadly workplace shooting in Phoenix was found Thursday in Mesa, police said.
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After Democrats increased their U.S. Senate majority Tuesday, Minority Leader Mitch McConnell challenged the president to "move to the political center."
Tired and victorious, Barack Obama returned to Washington Wednesday after becoming the third U.S. president in recent history to win a second term.
Wisconsin voters made history in electing Tammy Baldwin the first woman and the first openly gay politician to the U.S. Senate.
The parties that were in power in the U.S. Congress before Tuesday's elections remain the parties in power, but with a few new faces.
President Barack Obama won Wisconsin's 10 electoral votes and Tammy Baldwin became the state's first female U.S. senator in voting results Tuesday.
A poll of Wisconsin voters indicates President Barack Obama is leading Mitt Romney 51 percent to 45 percent in the state.
Barack Obama and Mitt Romney are virtually tied in the swing state of Wisconsin, a Marquette University Law School presidential poll indicated Wednesday.
Jason Thompson, son of former Wisconsin Gov. Tommy Thompson, was heard on video suggesting that voters could send President Obama "back to Chicago or Kenya."