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Pudding Together: Momentum on Health Care -- But a Messy Finish Ahead
Stick around a while -- you wouldn’t want to miss this show anyway. Not that it’s going to be pretty.
A Bipartisan Super Bowl Sunday at the White House?
ABC News' Sunlen Miller and Karen Travers report: The president this weekend will host his annual bipartisan Super Bowl party at the White House to watch the Indianapolis Colts play the New Orleans Saints. This year however, only one lone...
Health Care, Christmas Eve and Rodney King
Early this morning Senate Democrats once again got the 60 votes they need to move the health care bill along. There are still two votes to go and another 60 hours of debate, but it now seems that Republicans are willing to recognize a lost cause. They may allow a final vote to happen before ...
Is the Obama Army Stirring?
We've been critical in this space of the stop-and-start efforts by Organizing for America -- the offshoot of the old Obama campaign operation -- to, well, get itself organized effectively.
DNC Targets Republicans Who Opposed Health Care Bill -- Though Not Democrats
ABC News’ Rick Klein reports: The Democratic National Committee, armed with the e-mail list from the Obama campaign operation, is turning up political heat on Republican House members from Democratic-leaning districts over health care.
Everybody Wins? Little incentive for compromise, as both sides celebrate health care vote
The champagne in both clubhouses in the wake of this weekend's health care vote tells you everything you need to know about the polarization of politics these days -- and why health care reform is still a very long way from reality.
Rep. Cao to Steele: You Need Me
ABC News’ Rick Klein reports: The decision by Rep. Joseph Cao, R-La., to vote for the Democrats’ health care bill last night would put him directly in the Republican Party’s firing line, under the standard enunciated by RNC Chairman Michael Steele last week.
Obama's Favorite Republican?
ABC News' Jonathan Karl reports: House Republicans are united in their opposition to the health care bill, but when the vote comes this evening, there is one House Republican to watch: Rep. Joseph Cao of Louisiana. ABC News has learned...
House Approves Sweeping Health Care Bill, Now All Eyes on Senate
Democrats in the House of Representatives narrowly passed sweeping health care reform legislation Saturday night, with only one Republican joining in the vote and the minority party nearly unanimous in its opposition. "Oh what a night!" Speaker Nancy Pelosi proudly proclaimed at a press conference