The latest news on Congress
Retirements are curbing Republican hopes for a comeback.
MoveOn and Limbaugh measures reflect both sides' narrow-minded approaches to the First Amendment.
Few dared question Alaska's irascible Ted Stevens--until now
Two new reactors are proposed, as subsidies lure builders
A children's insurance veto, $190 billion for wars, and a "deficit be damned" attitude all spell trouble.
Small-town pharmacies are finally getting some help from big-time Washingtonians.
Congressional leaders defer bigger battle over spending for later in the year.
A decades-old proposal is getting a new lease on life.
It sounds reasonable to deport criminals. Why the U.S. doesn't.