Federal investigators of the New York train crash said Tuesday that they did not find mechanical errors in the commuter cars that crashed on Sunday. Attention is focusing on the driver.
The performance of HealthCare.gov, the Obamacare website, appears significantly improved, and President Obama will point that out Tuesday. But it's unclear whether crucial – though less apparent – fixes have been made.
Raw data show the train that derailed in the Bronx borough of New York Sunday was going much too fast, but investigators are still questioning the train's crew to figure out why.
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, seen as a potential presidential candidate in 2016, says the Republican Party needs to position itself as a party of optimism, and he doesn't let his anti-abortion position define him.
Vermont Gov. Peter Shumlin, chair of the Democratic Governors Association, weighs in on topics ranging from Obamacare to Chris Christie at a Monitor Breakfast.
Rep. Greg Walden, chief of the National Republican Congressional Committee, said at a Monitor Breakfast that he expects the House to pass immigration reform legislation piecemeal.