For many lawmakers of both parties, it may be one costly bailout too many.
The Big Three are in such bad shape that they may not even qualify for the loans Congress approved in September.
Some long-time committee heads are replaced in order to advance Obama’s agenda.
Is there a deal or not? It depends on who’s asked, but an outline is emerging from Thursday’s meeting at the White House.
Lawmakers are watching the stock market as an indicator of whether to buy Bush's plan.
The GOP candidate wants to concentrate on getting a financial bailout through Congress, but the economy's woes have so far favored Democrats.