National GOP Targeting Reid — And Bailouts — With New Ad The National Republican Senatorial Committee is running its first…

At a brief press conference with reporters just now, held after the Minnesota election court proceedings ended for the day,…

The House Judiciary Committee’s subpoena of Karl Rove raises interesting questions as my colleague Zach Roth notes. I spoke with…

It may be time to coin the phrase “pulling a Specter,” because Sen. Arlen Specter (PA), the senior Republican on…

The Employee Free Choice Act has galvanized business lobbies like nothing else in recent years. After all, most issues–say, trade–pits…

On the second floor of the Senate, a herd of reporters and camera-people have been eagerly awaiting the president’s appearance…

Obama Visiting The Hill Today President Obama is headed to Capitol Hill today to work with lawmakers on crafting his…

My colleague, Elana Shor, has an excellent item up on the lack of mass transit in the stimulus bill. In…

Last week, the folks at Politics magazine, also known as Campaigns & Elections, asked me to host their Reed Awards…

Al Franken’s lawyer Kevin Hamilton just finished his opening arguments against Norm Coleman’s lawsuit to contest the results of the…

One of the issues we’ll be following in the new administration is the EFCA or, as it’s more commonly known,…

As rational individuals everywhere cheer today’s White House move to expedite California’s auto emissions standards, there comes another encouraging sign…

One thing is clear going into today’s election trial in Minnesota: The Franken and Coleman camps really don’t like each…