The latest news on Congress
House Minority Leader John Boehner has come under fire for his comments on retirement benefits.
Democrats have been making fixes in hopes of securing the votes of straying Republicans.
Bill Clinton parted ways with President Obama and endorsed Andrew Romanoff for the job.
Would former Klansman Robert Byrd be as fondly remembered if he had been a Republican?
Sens. Cantwell and Collins are pushing an alternative to cap-and-trade.
Is the Supreme Court nominee being specific enough in answering senators' questions?
Eisenhower's farewell address touches on much more than the "military-industrial complex."
Petraeus cautiously endorsed Obama's exit plan for the Afghan war, leaving room to recommend changes.
During the George W. Bush years, he was too angry to die.
The political outsider largely financed his U.S. Senate primary race with Internet donations.