If one were to believe the commercial media coverage, it would hard to get around the conclusion that Texas voters are lazy, mean, and not very bright.
In a party-line vote of 51-48, the Senate yesterday passed a middle-class tax cut, keeping present tax reductions for individuals.
The right wing of U.S. politics is not just attacking unions and workers' rights but the very foundation of our system of government, says Sen. Tom Harkin.
Once again, a planned Senate Republican filibuster brought down a jobs bill, the Bring Jobs Home Act.
A poll of Asian Americans revealed that neither Democrats nor Republicans are doing much to tap into one of the fastest growing populations.
Congress' vote to hold Attorney General Eric Holder in contempt is contemptible.
With the House and the Senate trying to hash out their differences on the highway-mass transit bill, Minnesota Democratic Rep. Tim Walz gave them a shove. The House backed his shove on June 20.
Will right-wing elected officials in the state act to stop Gov. Rick Scott and Republican Party allies from continuing an illegal voter purge?
President Barack Obama laid out a program of recovery based on strengthening the middle class.
Lawmakers and leading economists rebutted GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney's economic address to a group of businessmen.