The Senate on Tuesday began what is expected to be a weeks-long debate.
GOP donors and party strategists are skeptical Romney can repair his image.
The action ensures federal employees get six weeks of paid parental leave.
A report from Third Way found the TEACH program is not attracting high performers.
Rep. Michael McCaul (R-Texas) said Europe should tighten its travel restrictions.
Sen. Chris Coons (D-Del.) said Congress will not be able to override a presidential veto.
Attorney General Eric Holder will appear on most shows to discuss developments in Paris.
Boehner is seeking to stamp out a rebellion from Tea Party insurgents.
Sen. Orrin Hatch introduced the Cutting Regulations That Are Unnecessarily Burdensome Act.
Problems are piling up for the NFL in Washington.
Lawyers want the Supreme Court to make a decision soon on ObamaCare's subsidies.
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) must do a better job of ensuring its auditors...
Obama also called gay marriage a civil right.
Republicans will see a confident Obama deliver State of the Union address.
U.S. commander in Afghanistan says U.S. has two years to build capability of Afghan forces.
The National Foreign Trade Council and USA Engage will hold a roundtable discussion on Tuesday.
"There is a tendency toward political correctness," Sen. John Cornyn said.
British Prime Minister David Cameron will meet with Obama next Thursday and Friday.
Proponents of strong regulation say the American Action Forum's estimate is exaggerated.
McConnell is sending signal after signal that he intends to shift the way the Senate is run.
The players in her orbit look a lot like the ones who surrounded her in 2008.
Let’s hope American leaders are not so naive to buy Iran's tactics.
According to the Brennan Center, only a fraction of the money has been reported to the FEC.
Decision to cut off coverage unless consumers prove citizenship is long overdue, Black says.