Mitch McConnell

The Senate minority leader names the four seats he's targeting next year.
"I may have hit my head, but I didn’t hit it that hard," the GOP senator said when asked about criminal charges against former President Donald Trump.
The Senate Republican leader will be back at work almost six weeks after a fall at a Washington-area hotel and extended treatment for a concussion.
The chamber's top Republican has been absent for a month while recovering from a fall.
The top Senate Republican is keeping quiet in response to Trump's criminal indictment even as other GOP senators are rushing to his defense.
Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell has been released from the rehabilitation facility where he was treated for a concussion caused by a fall earlier this month.
The minority leader suffered a concussion and a minor rib fracture after falling during a super PAC event earlier this month.
McConnell, the 81-year-old top Senate Republican, was hospitalized last week after a fall at a Washington, D.C. hotel.
CNN's Jake Tapper torched Jenna Ellis for her "basic lack of humanity."
McConnell, 81, will be in the hospital for a few more days of observation, a spokesperson said.