The military ouster of Honduras's president, Manuel Zelaya, has led to a deep divide between Democrats and Republicans.
The US commander in Afghanistan essentially dismissed one White House option as 'short-sighted.' Does civilian control of the military mean McChrystal should keep his mouth shut?
Getting healthcare reform done – the biggest legislative challenge in decades – depends on how well Obama and his team can win over key members of Congress.
The number of voters not tied to Democrats or Republicans is expanding fast. Both parties need to adjust.
Some moderate conservatives see danger in the vociferous right, especially among broadcast pot-stirrers. They want to advance the GOP by changing the tone.
Democrats on the Senate Finance Committee reduced penalties for those without health insurance, but not as much as Republicans want.
Americans are evenly-divided on abortion in a new Pew poll, with a slim majority now against abortion.
Gallup says the gap between Republican and Democratic voters has narrowed to six points. 'Leaners' are the key, and healthcare and the economy are top reasons.