GOP control of one or both houses of Congress after Election 2010 would be seen as a setback for President Obama. But history shows that divided government can work to a president's advantage.
Former Rep. Newt Gingrich recycles an old ploy, forgetting that it cost the Republicans dearly in the 1990s.
Regional rivalries may no longer count, especially in tough times like these.
In the South, host to foreign-owned plants, there is little sympathy held for Detroit.
Leaders say they’ll have to examine their party’s ‘brand’ and consider new faces.