Chuck Schumer

The president "is moving in our direction" after previously saying he would forgive only up to $10,000 per borrower, the top Senate Democrat told HuffPost.
The senator mocked Trump's former adviser's gaffe on Fox Business last week.
Progressive and moderate Democrats tell the Senate to change its rules so the party can enact its agenda.
The Senate majority leader marked the "very unofficial American holiday" of 4/20 with a pledge to vote on legislation legalizing marijuana.
Democrats will likely have an extra chance to pass a spending bill with a simple majority of votes this year.
Democrats believe they can pass additional spending bills this year with a simple majority -- an argument that needs to persuade the Senate parliamentarian.
Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer laid out the party's priorities, which will test some senators' commitment to the filibuster.
Democrats have renewed their efforts to muscle through the largest overhaul of U.S. elections in a generation.
During an interview on “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert,” Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer tore into Minority Leader Mitch McConnnell’s threats to go “scorched earth” if Democrats scrap the filibuster.
"I’m not even going to give this blustery threat credence," the Senate majority leader told "The Late Show" host Stephen Colbert.