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The Senate minority leader won’t follow the across-the-aisle seating trend for Obama’s address.
If Clinton doesn’t run for president, her fans will back Gillibrand.
Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz and Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand discuss Giffords's progress.
The new law will give $4.3 billion to help ailing 9/11 responders and volunteers.
Democrats won key races in West Virginia and California to retain their majority in the Senate.
The antiestablishment, pro-GOP wave could unseat eight House Democrats in the reliably blue state.
Alone or together, citizens have found myriad ways to exert their clout and change public policy.
New polls show vulnerable House Democrats as well.
Good news for Democrats in New York and Maryland.
Democrats need the support of at least one Republican to ensure the proposal is not filibustered.