Pulling out of Syria is a "grave strategic mistake," the Senate majority leader warned in an op-ed.
They huffed and they puffed and, well, they’re still not standing up to Trump.
The chamber could take up articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump as early as next month.
Rep. Peter DeFazio wants answers about Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao’s possible bias toward Kentucky -- her powerful husband's home state.
The "View" co-host slammed any Republican backing Trump's decision to step aside as Turkey prepares to invade Syria.
The president also is throwing the word "treason" around a lot. NBD!
“We’ll follow the Senate rules,” the majority leader said of the impeachment process.
New allegations have surfaced that the president told Russian officials he didn't care about election interference.
They need more facts to say whether it's OK for the president to solicit dirt from a foreign government against his political opponent.
Schumer, the Senate minority leader, has criticized O'Rourke's plan for mandatory assault weapon buybacks.
The Republican Senate leader, who railed against the nickname "Moscow Mitch," announced his support for $250 million in funds to beef up voting systems.
It may go nowhere because President Donald Trump hasn't signed off on it yet.
Chao has been accused of using her office to benefit herself and her family's shipping company.
“I’m getting very angry about the silliness of these questions," the House speaker fired back in a video that's now going viral.
The president is expected to be briefed on potential gun control proposals this week.
The House speaker warned the Senate majority leader that Democrats aren't backing down on the matter.
GOP officials are blaming Democrats after the Trump administration defunded military projects in their states.
McConnell may hate being called "Moscow Mitch," but he's not so particular about his other monikers.