New committee chair assignments from House Republicans are in. The news is that the only woman who held one of those posts is out.
The presidential contenders will meet Thursday for the first time since the election.
Republicans led by John McCain try to get out in front on immigration.
Senate Majority Leader Reid is trying to curb the Republican Party's power to stall legislation; Republicans are not pleased.
An appeals court will again take up a challenge to the Affordable Care Act.
Another high-profile Republican says Congress must address immigration, because "demographics are not on our side."
Pro-Palestinian sentiment has a much louder voice in Egypt's government than in Washington. After the Gaza ceasefire, here's how it could be a problem.
The high court is about to meet to choose which of several same-sex marriage cases it will hear.
The Obama administration begins the process of rolling out its signature health care law, with rules for insurance companies.
Even without standard-bearers Allen West and Joe Walsh, the tea party's still very much alive and kicking.
After legalizing recreational pot, the states look to head off a federal crackdown.
GOP govs were waiting to see what a President Romney would do to Obamacare. Now they are mulling the law's insurance exchanges.
New voter restrictions contributed to another drawn-out fight in Florida after election day ended.
Obama will still be wrestling with a Republican House, as its Majority Leader Eric Cantor reminded him, quoting an old Reagan maxim.
From same-sex marriage to cannabis to Elizabeth Warren, the left has a lot to celebrate.
The Democratic Party appears likely to retain its Senate majority, with projections showing Democratic candidates winning several close races.
Massive demographic changes have put these Western states in play for Obama and Romney.
The Old Dominion could have a starring role this year, these areas in particular.
Here are some of the keys to the coveted Buckeye state, a swing state that every successful Republican presidential candidate has won.
The Republican presidential candidate finally shakes off historically low approval ratings in public-opinion polls.