Despite tough economy, GM's CEO sees hopeful signs in rate cuts and sales of some models.
Keith Hennessey: No need for a second economic stimulus package this year.
Rep. Tom Cole, head of the National Republican Congressional Committee, says voters in districts with open GOP seats will still vote Republican. But he acknowledges challenges for the November election.
At a Monitor breakfast, Harold Ickes defended Clinton's presidential prospects but also hinted she will make a decision after March 4.
Rick Davis keeps the intraparty competition civil without encouraging support for Huckabee.
Steny Hoyer and Richard Durbin, key members of the Democratic congressional leadership, shared their views Tuesday.
The chairman of the Republican National Committee defended the GOP's '08 prospects at Wednesday's Monitor-sponsored breakfast for reporters.
Veteran pollster finds Huckabee and Romney neck and neck in Iowa, while Clinton's lead shrinks in the Granite State.
White House may soon take new steps to deal with the troubled housing market, president's chief economist hints.
Jim Nussle strikes a note of caution on government finances as the economy potentially slows down.
Rep. Steny Hoyer has strong criticism for the Iraq war and sees potential political fallout from economic turbulence.
The spate of Republican retirements will make it difficult for his party to take control of Congress in 2008, he said at a Monitor breakfast Thursday.
Bush's $46 billion request for Iraq and Afghanistan offers an opening, says the head of the Senate Armed Services committee.
Clinton strategist Mark Penn says swing voters hold the key to '08 success.
Tony Perkins, of the Family Research Council, and Gary Bauer, of American Values, were guests at a Monitor breakfast Wednesday.
The House speaker touted Congress's domestic accomplishments, but recognized Americans' frustration at a lack of action on the Iraq war at a Monitor lunch Tuesday.