President Obama's speech on healthcare reform Wednesday night will provide an opportunity for lawmakers to rally around a more moderate bill, centrist senators say.
With no Kennedy in the running, expect a crowded Democratic field.
In a speech at an AFL-CIO picnic Monday, he signaled a harder line toward healthcare reform. But that might not be the full story.
In addition to healthcare, there are two wars, Iran, North Korea, and climate change, plus the economy.
Healthcare forums evoked anger, but there was constructive dialogue, too.
The controversy over Bob McDonnell's 1989 graduate thesis has put the GOP candidate on the defense. But Democratic voter fatigue may keep his rival from getting ahead.
She must decide whether she wants to be a heavyweight public servant or a rock star.
Most of the potential Democratic candidates have more than $1 million available. But for those who officially enter the race, more fundraising may be necessary.