Is there room for Manchin among Democrats in 2016?
The pro-gun, anti-abortion rights W.Va. senator is being urged to run for president; would primary voters be interested?
Democrats stand by Sen. John Walsh after plagiarism accusations
The Montana senator, accused of borrowing large passages in a grad school paper without attribution, says it was a mistake caused, in part, by PTSD
5 immigration issues Central American leaders will raise with Obama
Amid the U.S-Mexico border crisis, the presidents of El Salvador, Honduras and Guatemala meet with Obama and other leaders this week in Washington
White House announces $10b fund for rural infrastructure
The Obama administration is calling on more investment firms to commit to fund rural infrastructure projects across the country
Teary John Boehner praises doctor who saved congresswoman's baby
House Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio, got a bit misty when he recognized Dr. Jessica Bienstock, a doctor who helped Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler's infant survive a rare condition.
Boehner praises doctor who saved lawmaker's baby
The House speaker interrupted votes to laud the doctor who helped Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler's daughter survive a rare fetal condition
Ted Cruz: Flight ban a boycott of Israel?
The State Department called the Texas Republican senator's suggestion "ridiculous and offensive"
Montana Sen. John Walsh accused of plagiarism
Walsh, a Democrat, allegedly lifted passages for a graduate school paper; revelation could endanger his reelection bid and Democrats' Senate majority
Bob Dole won't give up on disability treaty
Veterans groups and organizations for the disabled joined Dole in stepping up the pressure for a Senate vote
U.S. officials, lawmakers clash over Iraq policy
Officials and lawmakers are butting heads over the American response to Iraq's Sunni insurgency, and even Democrats are questioning Obama