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By Victoria Fleischer
Sen. John McCain Discusses Partisan Divide in Congress, Future of the GOP…
Outgoing Secretary of State Hillary Clinton Says Goodbye, For Now…
Democrats Hope to Reignite Enthusiasm from 2008 Presidential Election…
Judy Woodruff speaks with authors Dan Balz and Haynes Johnson about their new book, "The Battle for America 2008: The Story of an Extraordinary Election," which examines Obama's historic election.
By Admin, PBS NewsHour
Democratic contender for the Minnesota Senate seat Al Franken took a 250-vote lead over Republican incumbent Norm Coleman in the still undecided Senate race Friday, but thousands of ballot challenges remain unresolved.
By PBS NewsHour
Republican incumbent Sen. Saxby Chambliss decisively won a second term in Georgia's Tuesday run-off, blocking Democratic efforts to reach 60 Senate seats.
While much political attention in past weeks has centered on President-elect Barack Obama's picks for his incoming administration, Georgia voters are casting ballots again Tuesday in an important run-off that has national implications.
The bailout of embattled insurance giant American International Group, Inc. got another dramatic boost Monday with the U.S. government easing the terms of its loans to the company.
After Tuesday's election, a handful of newly elected U.S. senators will help reshape the Congress. Senators-elect Jim Risch, R-Idaho, Mark Udall, D-Colo., and Sen. Jeff Merkley, D-Ore. assess their goals and what influence they will have on the 111th Congress.
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