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  • Ensign affair: Showstopper? Slate-clean?

     
    by Mark Silva and updated at 1:20 pm EDT In an era when a senior Republican senator from Idaho is undone by a toe-tapping stop at an airport's men's room and a popular Democratic governor from New York loses his......
  • Biden: Capital's problems flow uphill

     
    by Mark Silva In Washington, Joe Biden says, problems flow uphill. And in this Washington, they've got plenty of them. " I don't think any (House) speaker has had as much laid on her plate at the front end of......
  • Republican, Democrat: Healthcare union

     
    by Noam Levey WAUKON, Iowa -- One is a thrifty soybean farmer from Iowa with a penchant for righteous speeches about government waste. The other is a Stanford-educated lawyer from a Montana ranching family who looks uncomfortable leading a debate.......
  • Franken: No. 2 Minnesotan, 60th senator

     
    by James Oliphant Al Franken -- the former comedian who won a bruising, eight-month vote recount and court battle in Minnesota -- arrived on Capitol Hill on Monday, a day before he was to be sworn in as a new......
  • Jeb Bush for president: Dad suggests

     
    by Mark Silva Jeb Bush should run for president, according to his father, a former president. But for starters, former President George H.W. Bush says, his son, the former governor of Florida, could make a reentry to political life with......
  • Obama: 'Comfortable' with vote-delay

     
    By Christi Parsons SHAKER HEIGHTS, Ohio -- As lawmakers pushed back a summer deadline for overhauling American health care, President Obama said today that he can live with a new timeline as long as it doesn't mean that work on......
  • Senate healthcare: See 'ya in September

     
    by Mark Silva Maybe there is something, after all, to this business of setting deadlines in Washington. Drop one, and the next day the momentum's gone. The "default'' position in this town, according to the president, is "inertia'' and "inaction."......
  • Dan Quayle: Obama's left-wing problem

     
    by Mark Silva No hot potatoes here. One former Republican vice president may be giving the Obama administration a hard time lately, but another is offering a measured assessment of the new regime. Dan Quayle, former vice president of the......
  • Obama's healthcare bid: Personal now

     
    by Christi Parsons and Noam N. Levey President Obama is becoming more personally invested in rallying the public and Congress behind a healthcare overhaul, even as some Republicans raise the stakes in the debate by claiming that defeating his plan......
  • Cash for Clunkers Vote Likely This Afternoon

     
    The fate of an additional $2 billion to fund the Cash for Clunkers program will come down to a debate and vote that won???t begin until after the Senate casts votes to confirm Judge Sonia Sotomayor for the U.S. Supreme......
  • Cash for Clunkers Funding Will Come to a Vote This Week

     
    Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid both expressed confidence that the U.S. Senate would pass a $2 billion extension of the Cash for Clunkers program before its August recess, which is scheduled to begin Saturday....