The Mass election results could signal that public support for healthcare reform is weaker than Democrats had assumed. Will Scott Brown take away Senate Democrats' 60th vote?
New poll shows lowest support yet among public for Obama's and Democrats' healthcare plan. Republicans see backlash to huge overall increase in federal spending.
Healthcare forums evoked anger, but there was constructive dialogue, too.
Open talk, empathetic listening make staff cuts more than a cold exercise in cost saving.
The Pennsylvania senator has been stripped of his seniority, at least until 2011, and he hasn't exactly voted in lock step with Democrats.
As the Republican Party shifted to the right, his chances of winning a 2010 primary were 'bleak,' he says.
This week’s Senate vote on the economic stimulus package could set the pattern in Congress.
Several conservative bishops counter that candidates’ stands on abortion should be the litmus test.
Obama now leads in states with many older voters.
McCain is unscripted. Obama is soaring. In these times, both styles have their advantages.