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Speaker-elect John Boehner promises that next year's spending bills won't have earmarks.
Tea Party tries to shake off Lisa Murkowski's revived candidacy.
The Senate Environment and Public Works Committee’s can-do tradition of sensible problem-solving has disappeared.
Several Democrats have put forward a bill to get rid of the liability cap.
In a boost for the president on global warming, the Senate rejected a challenge to rules on emissions.
Elena Kagan's review of the book "A Confirmation Mess" is creating a confirmation mess of its own.
If Kagan follows the playbook for nominees, she won't be speaking her mind.
Errors, exaggeration, and deceit of climategate undercut the alarmists, argues Sen. James Inhofe.
National Journal unveils their most liberal and most conservative members of Congress.
China and India continue to accuse the United States of not being transparent in negotiations.