The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services holds a call with Lone Star State officials, as the drama in Florida heats up.
The former Arkansas governor will provide details on his official announcement on Fox News Friday night.
Former mayor and governor pitches data-driven, can-do liberal leadership.
The former Texas governor to New Hampshire: Forget about 2012.
The budget wunderkinds want the federal government to use data to improve its efficiency.
But kinder rhetoric is only one step on a long road to boosting employee morale.
Some Senate Finance Committee members say committee leaders are fast-tracking "fast-track" legislation that would give the president more authority to negotiate on trade.
The Republican charges into one of the more controversial issues in American politics.
With the clock winding down, lawmakers in both chambers are staging one last attempt to rein in the government's surveillance powers.
Demonstrators in Washington go to extreme lengths sometimes to make a point.
Self-segregation and clustered affluence is now normal in America. Why do policymakers only worry about concentrated poverty?