The agreement would likely see Democrats get the tax increase of top earners they've been demanding.
But the NRSC makes no funding commitment to the Missouri candidate, infamous for his "legitimate rape" comments.
Deserted by the Republican Party, he has harsh words for former allies but no intention of dropping his bid.
The move signals a further embrace of the GOP fiscal guru's budget and fuels speculation that he could Romney's running mate.
The Massachusetts Senator wants to prevent the British government from getting hold of tapes at Boston College.
With the deficit panel coming up short, the parties are gearing up for renewed debates over spending and tax issues
Demonstrators have aligned themselves more closely with Democrats by targeting the Republican Senate minority leader
Republicans voted en masse against the president's economic package, dimming its prospects of eventual passage
House leaders lose another floor vote as Democrats and Republicans unite to defeat a bill to keep government open past Sept. 30
Charged with trimming the deficit by $1.5 trillion over 10 years, members talk strategy and prepare to begin official meetings before Sept. 16
Charged with slashing the deficit by trillions, the new bipartisan commission could deadlock or reach a grand bargain. Is there a third option?
After the House passed a compromise measure overwhelmingly on Monday, it will likely reach President Obama's desk Tuesday
Republicans and Democrats on Capitol Hill entered another round of voting on Saturday, no closer to a deal to raise the nation's debt ceiling
After the speaker narrowly passed an altered version of his plan, Democrats in the upper chamber quickly voted it down
After an unfavorable analysis of John Boehner's proposal, the Senate majority leader also comes up short on cuts
With the clock ticking on the Treasury's Aug. 2 deadline, both will lay out their plans on Monday afternoon for raising the limit
With the clock ticking down to the reopening of the markets, Congressional leaders try to patch together a two-step agreement
After debt-limit talks between Obama and Boehner collapsed on Friday, party leaders met for about an hour at the White House
Democrats are furious over deep cuts that both sides allegedly agree upon
Barring a grand compromise, or even an a medium-sized package of spending cuts, party leaders could simply buy time