The fight over Colorado's 7th Congressional District promises to be a fierce battle come Nov. 7 -- Republicans won the seat by only 121 votes in 2002 -- but the real fight appears to be taking place among the district's…
President Bush issued his first veto Wednesday on a bill that would have eased restrictions on federal funding for embryonic stem cell research. Two political analysts discuss the use of the presidential veto.
Syndicated columnist Mark Shields and New York Times columnist David Brooks discuss President Bush's tough stance on North Korea at a news conference in Chicago Friday and Joe Lieberman's chances at winning the Democratic bid in the Connecticut primaries.
NewsHour Correspondent Tom Bearden reports on the politics of immigration field hearings in Philadelphia, San Diego, and other towns led by House republicans in order to drive up support for the immigration bill passed in the House last year.
The Senate is considering two proposals to withdraw U.S. troops from Iraq. The NewsHour's congressional correspondent Kwame Holman recaps the debate.
The House held a heated floor debate on the Iraq war Thursday, with Republicans defending the conflict in the broader war on terror and Democrats criticizing President Bush's policies.
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Since the Senate Judiciary Committee's party-line approval of U.S. Supreme Court nominee Samuel Alito, some Democrats have pressed for continued debate on the nomination, but the chances of an all-out filibuster appear unlikely.
Illinois Senate candidate Barack Obama gave the keynote address at the Democratic National Convention Tuesday. Obama told the story of his working class family and urged the nation to elect Democratic presidential candidate John Kerry, saying he would ensure more…
Democratic presidential hopefuls met Thursday night for their final debate before the New Hampshire primary, criticizing President Bush's domestic and foreign policy moves while promoting their own plans for the country's core issues.
After the capture of Saddam Hussein, Democratic presidential hopefuls were quick to praise the military effort and congratulate the Iraqi people while continuing their attacks on the Bush administration's foreign policy and global leadership.
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