Senate minority still suffering from a New Year’s Day exercise accident.
The House and Senate Republican leaders speak out in a “60 Minutes” interview — their first joint TV appearance.
Moderate House Republicans put the leaders on notice that they intend to steer a more pragmatic course.
The move comes after female Republican lawmakers raised concerns that the bill, which would ban abortions after the 20th week of pregnancy, would spoil the party’s chances to broaden its appeal.
Maryland Democrat taking on a bigger political role for fellow House Democrats.
His office describes it as “as a necessary step to assist in recovering full vision in his right eye.”
An Iowa senator and Florida congressman are tapped by Republicans to respond to Obama. We spotted some subtle differences in tone and focus.
State of the Union remarks touch on looming legislative fight over funding of Homeland Security Department.
The Senate minority leader has been working from home since an exercise-related injury last year.