He dislocated his shoulder.
President Obama is "not yet prepared to express wild optimism."
If trash collection is interrupted, angry D.C. residents could drop it off at the speaker's house.
A late-night meeting doesn't foster a deal.
John Boehner and Harry Reid don't want to give him a public viewing in the Capitol Rotunda. Are they right?
Congress is closing in on a deal to avert a shutdown with $4 billion in cuts over two weeks.
Is that better than being the Senate's "hottest member"?
Tom Coburn gets some concession in exchange for not killing the bill.
GOP senators fight for their right to not work immediately before and after Christmas.
It was voted down in the Senate today, 57 to 40. But there is hope!
The move is not expected to work.
Just as we'd originally heard.
On extending the Bush tax cuts to the wealthy, at least.
John McCain's threats be damned.
Republicans are telling the Democrats where they can store that olive branch, on our regular cable-news roundup.
How bad was it, really?