Democratic Party

Rep. Michelle Steel (R-Calif.) is a top target for Democrats hoping to retake the House.
The Minnesota Democrat, who has been outspoken about his opposition to the president's reelection, plans to remain in Congress.
Rep. Andy Kim (D-N.J.) is the first to announce a primary challenge against Menendez, who is refusing to resign while facing a federal bribery indictment.
Sen. Dianne Feinstein, who broke barriers in her long and historic career in politics, has died.
During an impeachment inquiry hearing against President Joe Biden, Democrats brought out their comedic chops to roast Republicans.
Feinstein made history as San Francisco's first female mayor and as one of California’s first two female U.S. senators.
“As a former director of emergency management, I know a disaster when I see one," quipped Rep. Jared Moskowitz.
The majority leader broke with many of his Democratic colleagues who are demanding that the newly indicted senator step down.
On issues ranging from Iran and Taiwan to Latin America, the New Jersey senator wielded immense influence while being out of step with most others in his party.
Sen. John Fetterman said the bill is aimed to "cancel the nation’s student meal debt and stop humiliating kids and penalizing hunger."