Beau Biden, son of the vice president, is back from a year in Iraq. He'd start a Senate run in Delaware with a leg up, but 2010 looks to be a tough election for Democrats.
California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger is touting efforts to reduce greenhouse gases by states and provinces worldwide ahead of the Dec. 6 UN climate change summit in Copenhagen.
Rep. Alan Grayson said the Republican healthcare plan was for sick people to 'die quickly.' He is bringing a new style of raw confrontation to Congress.
The Bay State's mandatory insurance law is raising costs, limiting access, and lowering care.
Once, a good pistol and congressional stationery were influence enough for lobbyists.
Finance Committee cuts 61 amendments, leaving just 503 to go. Among the major issues remaining: a public option.
The appointment of Paul Kirk to Ted Kennedy's seat means Democrats will have their 60-seat filibuster-proof majority when the Senate votes on a healthcare bill this fall.
Paul Kirk, a longtime friend of Ted Kennedy, restores the Democrats' filibuster-proof majority in the Senate.
The deep US recession – and a rebound in Brazil – have reversed the flow of migration. Will other immigrants follow?