The latest news on Congress
White House had intended to clear a path for Sen. Arlen Specter to win the Democratic nomination.
Congress is voting on a controversial defense bill that would end the military's policy.
Having apparently dispensed with the issue of whether or not a crime was committed, there is still the matter of the judgment of the people involved.
Obama cannot have been helped by fellow Democrat Charlie Melancon (D-La.), who broke down in tears while trying to read a statement.
Congress took two big steps toward ending "don't ask, don't tell."
The libertarians of the Right seem to be finding their voice when it comes to recognizing the civil liberties of gay Americans.
GOP candidate in Nevada said the party's chances of ousting Harry Reid are slipping away.
Hewlett Packard CEO Carly Fiorina has far outpaced her two opponents in California's senate race.
It all depends on the explicitness of the offer, if such was made. That would be the point of conducting an investigation.