Despite some speculation and urging, most agree that Mitt Romney would lose a race to succeed Ted Kennedy in the Senate
Kennedy was a prolific legislator and campaigner so it only reasons that some of his achievements have been overlooked
The worst moment of Ted Kennedy's life, that led to the death of a woman, remains a hot-button issue for detractors and a historic turning point in the senator's career
The estimated $9 trillion deficit over the next decade has people crediting Obama for saving the economy and others this is deadly profligacy
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John McCain lost the presidential election, but he still effects the political discourse judging from the reactions to his health care statements
The RNC chairman gets hit as a Big Government Republican, liar, and hypocrite after he pushes for a "Senior's Health Care Bill of Rights"
The man who predicted housing crisis and recession said he's worried the economy will tank again after a short recovery
John McCain's hour-long interview Sunday has brought into question whether he matters to today's political debates
The FBI pursues even the smallest terrorism leads, but is this attention, time, and energy warranted when no plots have been foiled?
Legendary CBS News' producer Don Hewitt passes away and industry veterans reflect on how one man changed TV news
The quiet of the Iraq war's final months was broken by attacks that killed 100 people and question the end-stage of America's campaign
Liberals accuse the president of treating prisoners in Afghanistan the same way Bush did with those in Guantanamo Bay.
Obama's lawyers step up the rhetorical attack on the Defense of Marriage Act
Commentators compare the president to Machiavelli, LBJ, and FDR over his health care push
Liberals grapple with whether principles or political expediency are more important in the health care fight.
A new poll shows most don't see effects of the economic recovery package, prompting comparisons with sagging support for medical reform
Elections and a new war strategy raise questions about how the U.S. should continue its eight-year old war