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.
A study shows that the percentage of women in the Republican caucuses of state legislatures is shrinking – a concern, since statehouses develop political talent for the national stage.
She'll face tough questioning, but even Republicans expect her to be confirmed.
It's better for Democrats than 59. But a Senate supermajority didn't much help the last president to have one: Jimmy Carter.
If the mass protests in Iran succeed in bringing about change, it could produce a better neighbor – but also set a dangerous precedent for oppressive regimes.
Degraded landscapes can be returned to natural beauty and usefulness.
It's still 'economy first,' but advocacy groups and lawmakers are positioning themselves to take on this political hot button.
The leader of Cambodia's most notorious prison, now on trial, has admitted guilt and asked for forgiveness in accordance with his new faith.