The latest news on Congress
Reagan sent Congress some of the most sweeping revisions of budget and tax policy ever attempted.
A veto fight wouldn't have helped Obama, Congress, or the country.
Tired of big bills for a questionable Marine Corps vehicle, Congress threatens to kill it.
The House Energy Committee chair says his panel should pass a bill to curb emissions by Memorial Day.
Republicans like pork, too. But maybe, earmarks help our poorer states.
By beating the legendary Ted Stevens, Begich became Alaska's first Democrat in Congress since 1981.
The British prime minister gives the United States a shot in the arm.
In an ideal world, he should veto it. But we live in the real world, and he's got other priorities.
The king of talk radio asked the president to debate on his radio show.
No-taxation without representation doesn't solve the problem.