Narrow victories aside, President Bush has accomplished something his predeccessors could not: maintaining his party's control of government.
OVERSIGHT - ALL ARTICLES
Embattled Tom DeLay may be nearing crossroads.
The strategies that both Republicans and Democrats employed to handle the case of Terri Schiavo clearly were driven by what happened in the 2004 elections.
The Bush administration has made its mark with a coordinated effort to centralize control over the management and operations of government.
The pending retirement of Sen. Paul Sarbanes may led to some interesting politics in Maryland over the next year.
Putting a congressional district on a wish list doesn't automatically create a turnover.
President Bush needs a 'Plan B' for Social Security.
Mid-decade redistricting is growing more popular.
Is there really any chance that the Republicans could lose control of the House and Senate in 2006?
Expect Bush's popularity to track that of the Iraq war.