The Senate’s dream of forcing President Obama to sign off on Keystone XL is dead.
Republicans’ homeland security standoff is coming down to the wire.
Many Republicans aren’t ready to back away from their homeland security shutdown plan.
Dodging a damaging shutdown would be a big win for GOP Senators on the ballot in 2016.
The Senate is moving forward on DHS funding — but John Boehner and the House still need to act.
Congressional Republicans are coming to understand the flaws in their strategy.
Is it too late for Republicans to avoid a DHS shutdown?
Is it too late for bipartisanship in Congress?
Republicans are staring a Department of Homeland Security shutdown in the face — and they seem to be out of ideas to stop it.
As Ted Cruz shifts the blame, the Department of Homeland Security is inching closer to a shutdown.
Senate Republicans aren’t getting anywhere with their effort to fight President Obama on immigration.
Republicans are struggling to find a way forward on immigration.
The Senate is on track to pass a Keystone XL bill — but President Obama’s veto pen looms large.
Mitch McConnell wants credit when things go well, but he’ll keep blocking any good ideas that come from the White House.
Economic growth is good news for most Americans — but not Republican politicians.
Immigration remains a huge thorn in the GOP’s side.
Is Mitch McConnell really ready to work with Democrats?
The new Congress has already proved that it won’t govern responsibly.
So much for the new era of cooperation.
Senator McConnell confronts an old Washington adage.
Mitch McConnell will get a quick opportunity to show whether his caucus can govern.
Now that Republicans control Congress, can they get anything done?
Expect a series of heated clashes between Congress and President Obama in months to come.
These men and women will play key roles in the 2015 congressional battles.
President Obama is ready for a fight with congressional Republicans.