The White House appears to be sending out conflicting messages, but that could be intentional ambiguity designed to keep several options on the table.
The president, in Montana on Friday and Colorado on Saturday, has so far taken care not to alienate 'New West' swing states. But rumblings are nonetheless afoot.
Finance Committee chairman Baucus tries for bipartisanship. But critics in his own party worry that could weaken overhaul legislation - especially provisions for children.
The money was supposed to be spent quickly. According to a list released Thursday, Wyoming and two other states have done well. Florida? Not so much.
At a time when the threat of filibusters is constant, GOP Senators Enzi, Snowe, and Grassley can wield tremendous influence.
A bipartisan group of six senators worked Tuesday to hammer out a deal. But both parties worry that they will find the final product unacceptable.
Sonia Sotomayor’s nomination draws focus to the gains of minority and female judges nationwide.
A bipartisan group of senators met Tuesday to hash out details. The same panel helped President Bush to his first major legislative victory.
The Senate health committee approved a healthcare bill and the House introduced a more ambitious one. How will they be reconciled?