The latest news on Congress
The co-chair of the Caucus for Women's Issues is working on reducing maternal deaths.
President Obama singled out the Tea Party candidate at a fundraiser for Harry Reid.
12-year incumbent Inglis suggested tea party favorites and right-wing talk show hosts are the culprits.
He may lack the polished looks of a Romney or the star power of a Palin, but his under-the-radar policy efforts could prove to be the winning prescription.
GOP opponent Roy Blunt has tried to cast Carnahan as a "rubber stamp" for Obama's agenda.
The Obama years are sounding the death knell for the Democrats as the majority party.
Gov. Joe Manchin can put a special election for the late Byrd's Senate seat on the November ballot.
Usually it takes time but eventually every president learns for himself the hard way that he has to take names and kick some butt to succeed.
Obama has arrived at the theme he's likely to use through November.
Michael Steele said he "ain't goin' anywhere" despite calls for his resignation.