Members of both parties are mad at the insurance giant. But big questions remain over what they can do about it.
Senate's $838 billion package of tax cuts and new spending must be reconciled with the House bill. There may be little room to maneuver.
The Obama administration hopes federal dollars will serve as the catalyst to generate $1.5 trillion in private-sector investments.
Many Democrats are at odds with their own leadership over extending domestic surveillance.
A new report projects a $42.9 trillion shortfall for the two entitlement programs over the next 75 years.
Steny Hoyer and Richard Durbin, key members of the Democratic congressional leadership, shared their views Tuesday.