The Senate won't vote on the DREAM Act.
Forty-eight percent of the members of the House and Senate are millionaires.
High hopes, this bunch.
The GOP looks set to enact a self-imposed earmark ban.
Joyce Kaufman, of "if ballots don't work, bullets will" fame, chooses to stay in Florida.
Two black Republicans are welcome to join, the chairwoman says.
The net is about to get very biased.
Republicans are telling the Democrats where they can store that olive branch, on our regular cable-news roundup.
A new poll reveals that their opinions haven't changed much since mid-summer.
The Times and AP have wildly different numbers on how many tea-party candidates are on the ballot this year.
But it's totally NOT because they're using insider information.
"I've always been fascinated by the fact that here was a relatively small country accomplished incredible things."
Child put to sleep by floor speech ... by his grandpa.
Congress is starting to realize Colbert may not have their best interests at heart.
The House passes the 9/11 health-care bill.
New York will lose two seats to reapportionment. Censuuuus!!!
How many black Republicans will join Congress? One, maybe two, possibly three.
He attempted to "remove and conceal" the substance.
The embattled congressman defended himself and demanded an expedited trial on the floor of the House today.