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The Senate Finance Chairman would be confirmed "immediately," says a Republican senator.
Wednesday's cloture vote was a key test for the measure, which has run into Republican objections.
A year after Sandy Hook, Congress is showing signs of action.
National Journal poll finds only 28 percent of respondents think an increase would hurt the economy.
Is immigration reform in sight, or is it a mirage?
They hope to use stalling tactics to punish the majority leader for changing the rules of the Senate—but Democrats have learned to stay united.
Shipping U.S. crude oil overseas has been banned since 1973, but Congress is poised to revisit the issue.