Mitch McConnell

The former secretary of state tweeted a line from "Truth Hurts" at the singer, confirming that love for Lizzo transcends politics.
The Senate majority leader is facing new pressure to act on stalled election security bills.
The T-shirts bear the slogan “Back-to-Back Supreme Court Champs” and feature the images of Trump and McConnell in silhouette.
The "Newsroom" host also called out President Donald Trump and Congress for failing to tackle the nation's gun violence epidemic.
Brad Parscale threatened to stop advertising on Twitter after the platform locked Mitch McConnell's Twitter page because of a video it deemed too violent.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) said he won’t consider implementing new gun background check legislation until the fall, despite calls for action from several lawmakers.
The House speaker cited a constitutional provision that permits presidents to order lawmakers back to Washington “on extraordinary occasions.”
Mitch McConnell told a Kentucky radio station that Trump called him Thursday morning and they discussed several ideas.
The former Senate majority leader said it wasn't a matter of if the legislative tactic would end but "a question of when."
In a new letter, mayors from across the country ask Senate leaders to bring the chamber back from recess to act on gun violence.
The spot warns about the election security threat and urges the Senate to act.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has so far refused to take up two House bills that would expand background checks for gun purchases.
Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) caused controversy after his team tweeted out a faux graveyard filled with names of his opponents.
The "Late Show" host also makes an offer for some "senseless" gun control legislation.
The "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" host called on Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell to take up the House's gun legislation.
Instagram post follows "Team Mitch" tweet of cardboard gravestones, including one with the name of McConnell's Democratic opponent, Amy McGrath.
As a bill for universal background checks languishes, the Senate majority leader has asked three GOP leaders to discuss solutions for gun violence.
His campaign manager said the photo featuring Amy McGrath's name was a homage to a political cartoon that appeared in the Louisville Courier-Journal.
The upper chamber adjourned last week for its annual August recess.
The rock musician turned the Senate majority leader's new nickname into an audience singalong.