The latest news on Congress
Republican Chris Cannon lost in a primary by 20 points, largely because of the immigration issue.
The bill before Congress reflects how good government intentions are perverted by interest group.
Congress should create a body to govern thoroughbred racing.
And if Bush vetoes it, bad housing news will help propel a congressional override.
Environmental change will trigger new issues for U.S. national security.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says that voters will expect fast action.
You won't find a baker or candlestick maker in the 110th Congress, but there is a former butcher.
Eight Republicans side with Democrats in supporting the plan.
Bush still objects to subsidies, but the bill contains more food relief.
In hearings, a Senate committee urged an integrated approach to food policy.