Trudeau's Latest Apology Is Burning Up Social Media

World | David Krayden

‘They acted as leaders of a proud and independent nation facing the threat of another nation.’

Congress Still Has No Plan To Avoid Looming Government Shutdown

Politics | Juliegrace Brufke

With the fiscal year quickly coming to a close, Congress remains in limbo on its plan to avoid the looming threat of a government shutdown.

A Second Opinion

Politics | Jon Ward

Health-care bill back to House after Parliamentarian upholds Republican challenges

In like lions, out like lambs - The Daily Caller

Politics | Jon Ward

Health-care fight may end with a whimper in the Senate

Parliamentarian rules against Republican challenge - Roll Call

Politics | interns

Senate Parliamentarian Alan Frumin late Monday ruled against a Republican challenge to the health care reconciliation package, a Senate aide confirmed

Pelosi attempts to reassure House Dems over health-care bill - The Daily Caller

Politics | Alex Pappas

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is attempting to reassure members of her caucus that the Senate reconciliation efforts will make necessary changes

72 Hours-the bewitching hour for health care in more than one way - Elizabeth Letchworth

Opinion | Elizabeth Letchworth

'We're going to control the insurance companies' - The Daily Caller

Politics | Jeff Winkler (admin)

Vice President Biden explains health care reform to ABC’s Jake Tapper during an exclusive interview

Not Good Enough

Politics | interns

Boehner says Pelosi ‘still doesn’t have the votes’ for reconciliation bill

Obama fails to persuade Mass liberal to vote yes on health care

Politics | Jon Ward

Massachusetts House liberal likely no vote could be bad sign for Dems

La Raza: No go on health care

| Mike Riggs
'La Raza believes in supporting efforts that address the concerns; the House bill did this, the Senate bill did not'

His two pence - The Daily Caller

Politics | Jon Ward

Pence makes an interesting (though seemingly unsubstantiated) claim that the Senate will not be able to pass the reconciliation fix to the version of the health-care bill that passed their chamber in December

Mike Pence: ‘The Senate bill cannot be fixed by reconciliation’

| Mike Riggs
'All that we’re really doing here is passing the Senate bill in the House'

Out of control: Runaway congresses, their stock markets and our wealth

Opinion | Eric Singer

The stock market does much worse when filibusters are not available. Since 1934, in the 15 years whenever the Senate Democrats held a filibuster proof majority, the Stock Market (using just the price change of the S&P 500 Index to measure) went up on average by 2.6 percent. In contrast, in the 60 years where the minority could successfully filibuster, the market appreciated 7.6 percent, an annual difference of 5 percent

Health care reform—down the rabbit hole?

Opinion | William Pierce

Whatever you think of the health care reform bill now moving to a final vote, this most current strategy makes a mockery of our history and our form of government

'So what?' says Steny Hoyer - The Daily Caller

Politics | Jon Ward

Democrats put on the defensive over ‘Slaughter solution’

The last hurrah - The Daily Caller

Politics | Alex Pappas

Tea Partiers storm Capitol Hill in last-minute protest of health-care bill

Congress in Wonderland

Opinion | Richard White

If the House and Senate are able to return back through the “looking glass” one would envision that the House of Representatives will be forced to vote up or down, probably before the beginning of the March 26 congressional recess, on the Senate-passed health care reform bill with little or no assurances of Senate action on the changes sought through budget reconciliation

Daily Caller High, Vol. VIII

Opinion | Daily Caller High

Daily Caller High is a group of young writers cutting their teeth in the world of political punditry. This week, the authors’ reflect on events of the past few days

'Slaughter Solution' - THE DAILY CALLER

Politics | Jon Ward

House Democrats appear set to pass Senate bill without voting on it