The latest news on Reid, Harry
The United States doesn't have a coherent strategy for clean energy, but it needs one to compete.
Bad news for the GOP front-runner but a ray of hope for struggling Senate Democratic leader Harry Reid.
The bill's political future is even murkier after the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.
There won't likely be much of anything done in Congress for the rest of this year in a bipartisan way.
Voters want smaller government and fewer services, and the Democratic establishment wants exactly the opposite.
It is already a federal offense to be an alien and not carry papers proving legal status.
Congress is looking to tighten the screws on financial markets.
Congress and the White House are ignoring a problem that could dwarf the big bank bailouts.
Reid says polls showing him losing are wrong, but GOP sees easy defeat of Democratic leader.
Five reasons why the top Senate Democrat won’t lose in the fall.