The House voted 220 to 215 in favor of healthcare reform. But Saturday night’s vote also signals tough negotiations ahead in the next phases of the legislation.
Forget Republicans. Democrats need to bring together their own centrists concerned about cost as well as liberals who still want a public option.
House Democrats consider a resolution of disapproval for 'You lie!' outburst.
Democrats want to punish Wilson for a breach of congressional decorum. Their options range from verbal censure to expulsion.
For decades, most major pieces of social legislation – from healthcare to immigration to education – bore the imprint of Sen. Edward 'Ted' Kennedy, who died late Tuesday.
The president must do a better job of telling Americans why the effort is central to preventing another 9/11, experts say.
He's trying to appeal to Americans who are satisfied with their health plans, but many remain skeptical that the administration's plan would help them.
It's better for Democrats than 59. But a Senate supermajority didn't much help the last president to have one: Jimmy Carter.
It's still 'economy first,' but advocacy groups and lawmakers are positioning themselves to take on this political hot button.