More Big Rulings for the Supreme Court
The Supreme Court handed down major decisions on cases involving lethal injection, congressional redistricting, and the EPA's ability to enforce the Clean Air Act.
A Bipartisan Duo Has a Plan to Fix Congress (No, Really!)
Hello and welcome to top line I'm Rick Klein from ABC news' John Ward with Yahoo! News and our guest today a political odd couple they sparred in congress but now they're out. With a book to gather congressman Tom Davis former Republican congressman Virginia and congressman Martin Frost former
3 Congressional Races That Still Don't Have a Winner
With House freshmen reporting to Washington this week for orientation, three Congressional races from last week still remain too close to call. In Arizona, Gabby Giffords ’ former seat is still up for grabs, with the re-match between endangered Democrat Rep. Ron Barber and Republican former Air
Supreme Court Wrestles With Partisan Politics
The Supreme Court today wrestled with the role partisan politics plays in drawing congressional district maps. At issue is a Texas congressional redistricting plan engineered by former House Majority Leader Tom DeLay , which helped Republicans gain six congressional seats in the 2004 election.
"Own Rep" Rating Hits a Record Low, Marking the Public's Political Discontent
Three months before the midterm elections a record number of Americans in the latest ABC News/Washington Post poll disapprove of their own representative in Congress – a potentially chilling signal for incumbents that marks the depths of the public’s political discontent. Insult, moreover, follows
'Jeopardy!' Hero-Villain Arthur Chu Struggles Early; Could He Come Back?
Polarizing "Jeopardy!" champ Arthur Chu won an 11th straight game, though not without early struggles and a few testy exchanges with show host Alex Trebek. Chu, 30, an insurance compliance worker and voice-over actor from Broadview Heights, Ohio, who has been live tweeting his winning streak,
"Tea Stained": The Democrats' game plan for taking on the GOP in 2014
Democratic advocacy group links moderate Republicans to the Tea Party in new report
Sen. Reid: Change Filibuster Rules Before Senate is 'Obsolete'
Senate debates merits of striking down long-standing rules that could end filibusters.
Roundtable II: This Week in Politics
Today, I am launching my candidacy for the united states senate. I'm running because I believe it is necessary for a new generation of leaders to step up to the plate. She said if I ran, she wouldn't. She announced 30 minutes after i more specifically stated my intention. I think senator enzi may
Roundtable II: The Week in Politics
line. That's for that. Back to the roundtable. And straight to the congresswoman. It's true that the speaker may believe his party's future is on the line. He says no bill comes to the floor unless it's supported by a majority of republicans. Can that get enough support of democrats to pass? Well,