After more than six hours of negotiations among White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel, talks between House Democratic leaders and key Blue Dog Democrats broke up Tuesday night without a deal on health-care reform.
All parties to the talks stuck to the same mantra as they emerged from House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's office: "We're making progress."
"We're continuing to talk," House Majority Leader Steny Hoyrer told reporters, adding "I think everybody wants to get a little bit of shut-eye." Read full article »
CNN's Dana Bash and Deirdre Walsh contributed to this story.