There’s no reform bill to debate yet, but both sides know that shaping the debate early is crucial to victory.
Ten Northeast states already have their own greenhouse-gas emissions regime. It's one model for the federal plan.
Tired of President Obama's cautious approach, lawmakers look to sanction the two regimes.
But lawmakers are in no rush to tackle a controversial issue that has broad economic and social implications.
Did South Carolina's missing governor commit a 'serious offense' by going underground in Argentina?
The controversial move reverses the Bush administration's decision to withdraw its ambassador from Damascus in 2005.
Estimates that a government-run plan could cost $1.6 trillion mean it won't pass Congress, said Sen. Lindsey Graham Sunday.