Newt Gingrich Calls Republican Debt Ceiling Threat A 'Dead Loser'
Rep. Grayson: Republicans using debt ceiling as 'legislative terrorism'
Top GOP Congressman: 'I Really Don't Know Why People Need Assault Weapons'
Failed coup effort against Boehner highlights House GOP divisions
Who voted against Boehner for speaker and why?
5 reasons gridlock will seize Congress again
On Filibuster Reform, Advocates Claim Momentum
Dr. Keith Ablow considering run for Senate seat
Barney Frank Would Welcome Interim Appointment To Fill Kerry's Senate Seat
House finally passes initial $9.7B of Superstorm Sandy aid
Republicans Reintroduce Obamacare Repeal
Secretary Clinton resting, plans to return to the office next week
White House pushes forward on immigration ahead of bigger reform fight
Obama Administration Unveils Immigration Rule Change To Help Families
Geithner to leave by month's end
Big push in new Congress for gun control
A Simple Fact: More Guns Mean More Mass Shootings
At the E.R., Bearing Witness to Gun Violence
Gabrielle Giffords plans Newtown visit
The US Has Averaged More Than 18 Gun Deaths Every Day Since the Newtown School Shooting
Per capita ownership of firearms in the US has doubled since 1968
Throat-slitting Credit Cards Are Just As 'Deadly' As Firearms, Opponent Of Gun Control Claims
Illinois Democrats pull plug on gun, ammo bans
'Stand Your Ground' Linked To Increase In Homicides
Police probe suspicious envelope received by The Journal News
Jobs Report: Payrolls in U.S. Climbed 155,000 (+168K private sector / -13K public sector) in December; Jobless Rate 7.8%
December auto sales for GM, Ford, Chrysler end best year since 2007
December's Economic Signs Looked Positive Amid Uncertainty
Switzerland's oldest bank Wegelin to close after pleading guilty to aiding US tax evasion
Karl Rove Served With a Subpoena for Illegal Election Operations in Ohio
Tea Party's Freedom Works Almost Entirely Supported By Big Business
Al Gore Sells To Current - To Big Oil
Fox's race-based Christmas, phony signer claims schizophrenia, BS budget deal, where atheism intersects with Seinfeld
Americans have gotten so used to Congress not being able to compromise, when they do, even Jon Stewart is shocked.