The debate over the Democrat's bill on oil speculation is underway, and Republicans are agitating for new drilling leases.
Leaders of a new Populist Congressional Caucus explain populism and whether the caucus undermines the Democratic party.
House bill reduces $55 billion in payments to Medicare home health care providers; Senate bill slices $42 billion.
House lawmakers passed an energy bill that would leave it up to the coastal states to choose whether or not to drill offshore for oil and gas.
Last night the GOP party base got the red meat they were craving -- from former Democrat Joe Lieberman.
The guard changes in Washington, and now there are jobs to find and houses to sell.
Critics blast T.A.R.P. program for not properly tracking how banks used government bailout funds.
Senate allows unemployment insurance to expire as Democrats fail to override Republican objections.
A tiny handful of lawmakers are using Twitter technology to post to thousands of people from committee rooms, even from the House floor.
Current cap and trade plan sounds like ponzi scheme, according to Republican Senator Mike Enzi.

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