The most expansive firearms legislation in decades is likely to become law.
Most agree that it was good theater. But it’s not clear what they’ve proven.
As expected, the second impeachment trial of the 45th President will proceed.
Despite having utterly mishandled both areas when they actually held power, Republicans think they can win back the House of Representatives by focusing on the budget deficit and health care reform.
As Democrats at the state level seek to limit the ability of parents to decline to vaccinate their children. they are facing resistance from Republican colleagues.
Don’t look for a Trump agenda for the rest of the year. It doesn’t exist.
Republicans are worried about 2018, and they’re even more worried that they have a President who is refusing to acknowledge political reality.
A group of twenty states have revived an old argument to mount a new legal challenge to the Affordable Care Act.
After spending much of 2017 trying to do it, Republicans are giving up on any effort to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act before the midterms.
A train carrying Republican Congressmen and Senators, and their families, was involved in a crash in western Virginia.
At least for now, Republicans seem to be giving up on repealing and replacing the PPACA. That’s not going to make the base happy.
The latest effort to ‘repeal and replace’ the Affordable Care Act appears to be dead.
Senate Republicans have ten days to act on their last-ditch attempt to ‘repeal and replace’ Obamacare, and it’s not at all clear if they have the votes to do so.
Senate Republicans are considering one more last-ditch effort to ‘repeal and replace’ the Affordable Care Act.
The effort to ‘repeal and replace’ the Affordable Care Act is dead for now.
A new poll shows that most Americans want Republicans want to move on from their failed effort to ‘repeal and replace’ the Affordable Care Act.
What looks like it will be the Senate GOP’s last effort on the issue of health care reform died less than a day after being put on the table.
With the defection of two more Senators, the latest effort to ‘repeal and replace’ the Affordable Care Act has gone down in flames.
Senate Republicans have introduced their latest version of a plan to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act.
Senate Republicans are back home and hearing from their constituents on health care reform. It’s not going well for them.
The Senate left for vacation without a viable path forward on health care reform, and the road ahead seems treacherous and hard to navigate.
The Senate GOP health care reform care bill faces a crucial week, and things aren’t looking good.
Congress is running out of time in its effort to “repeal and replace” the Affordable Care Act.
With repeal of the Affordable Care Act now likely sooner rather than later, key Republicans are urging the party to have a replacement in place before repeal is voted on.
A crushing but expected defeat for a veteran Democrat.
The Keystone XL pipeline bill is dead until the next Senate. Mary Landrieu’s political career, on the other hand, is basically dead for the foreseeable future.
Approval of the Keystone XL pipeline will likely pass the Senate today, and will eventually go forward despite an expected Presidential veto. But, Mary Landrieu’s political career is still dead.
Mary Landrieu’s Keystone XL Hail Mary isn’t going to save her.
The GOP is dominant in the Southern United States, but it’s unlikely to last as long as Democratic dominance of the region did.
President Obama’s threat to take action on immigration if Congress doesn’t act by the end of the year ignores political reality,
The party’s loss of Senate control has basically sealed Landrieu’s fate.
Despite speculation, both Angus King and Joe Manchin will stay with the Democratic caucus. And that makes sense for both of them.
2014 was not supposed to be a wave election, but it clearly qualifies as one.
Things are looking good for the GOP to take over the Senate, but there are still several right races that could tip the balance one way or the other.
There’s at least a 50-50 chance we won’t know who controls the Senate until weeks after Election Day.
The death of the Tea Party is greatly exaggerated.
A number of factors unique to 2014 make it likely that control of the Senate could be up in the air for months after Election Day.
Republicans still have an advantage, but Democrats seem to be holding their own in the battle for Senate control.
The GOP has a good chance of taking the Senate in 2014, but it will be by a narrow margin.