Young people have fueled the growing support for gay marriage, but their views haven't changed much on abortion.
It reduces the deficit through higher tax revenues and lower government spending.
At the heart of the issue is a simple calculation: mandating that foreign workers get higher wages means fewer foreign workers will get hired.
Unemployment is still high, but legislators have decided that extra insurance for those out of work should be phased out soon.
The Sunlight Foundation crunches the numbers to reveal the biggest players pushing Congress on immigration.
Legislators voted unanimously to pass a (non-binding) measure intended to encourage Wall Street behemoths to downsize.
Before the Senate passed its budget, it held a marathon series of votes on non-binding, symbolic amendments to it. Here's the list.
One highlight: "You know it’s a fun day in Trenton when Shaq stops by for a visit."
Congress passed a Continuing Resolution that removed some of the sting of sequestration for certain lucky programs—but at the expense of others.
Congress has made some changes to mitigating the worst of the automatic budget cuts—but the meat ax isn't going away any time soon.
It's the biggest demand from the tech industry in the immigration reform fight.
The Senate just passed a short-term budget that doesn't undo sequestration—but does makes some tweaks to blunt its impact.
Here's why Congress and the White House are actually (gasp!) working together on the issue.
Companies want the trade secrets behind Obama's widely successful brand, so they're now knocking on the doors of the campaign's alumni.
They're a much smaller percentage of the population than they were a century earlier—and that's part of the reason why there are so many more people coming here illegally.
Young people have seen their net worth stagnate over time—and it's not just the Great Recession's fault.
The government officials finally admit that budget pressures prompted them to release detained immigrants en masse.
Speakers at the conservative confab believe that "earned legal status" is enough for those who came here illegally.
Civil-rights groups like the ACLU think so, arguing that there are far more cost-effective alternatives for immigrants facing potential deportation.
Yes, he wants to slash government spending. But he's also aiming to raise more revenue for the government than before.