The 9/11 health bill faces a vote in the Senate. Democratic backers are one Republican vote short of passage.
The renovation has been in planning since 1999, and no details were spared. Bostonians have always taken their art seriously.
Does Olympia Snowe really want to be the target of waves of anonymous attack ads in support of some conservative primary challenger?
Yesterday, the Senate got a small glimpse of what constructive bipartisan cooperation could look like. And surprisingly, it happened in health-care policy.
It seems that since the midterm election a new political environment has begun to emerge. At stake now is not just the future of Barack Obama's leadership, but of the progressive movement generally.
Scott Brown was at the leading edge of the Republican tide when he scored an unexpected victory over Martha Coakley in the January special election in Massachusetts. What happened to those Scott Brown supporters in this midterm election?
There's still time to stop the madness and give the leaders we elected the proper time frame to accomplish what needs to be done.
What is most baffling about Paladino's request for a two-party debate is the big deal he made of having a seven-way contest.
There is a fear both subtle and obvious running rampant through our news media. It is not fear of a U.S. economy stuck in recession, or more housing f...
These congressmen voted against stimulus. They railed against stimulus. They've been fundraising against stimulus. Except, apparently, when they want some of it.
You'd be hard-pressed to find a public figure who hasn't at one time or another chalked up a potentially devastating mistake to being "young and irresponsible."
Say what you will about the tea party but it has been remarkably effective at pushing select fringe candidates to electoral victories. In late 2009, ...
For decades, the United States Government has been keeping the deep, dark secret of DES (diethylstilbestrol) from Americans so well that most people have never heard of it and don't know that it was the world's first drug disaster.
It takes some thinking to figure why the Republicans are so unified in opposing a pro-gay position. Because somewhere along the way, the American landscape shifted towards supporting gay marriage.
It's a good bet that Cyndi Lauper was not anticipating the U.S. Supreme Court's actions when she sang "Money Changes Everything" back in 1984. But th...
Despite their latest legal win -- a well-deserved legal win -- Log Cabin Republicans are still an affront to all equality-seeking groups.