"You stripped middle and lower socioeconomic of programs that would be life-changing and kept drug prices up and you think that's funny?" a Twitter user said.
Carlson visited Hungary to "extol" the hard-right leader, who censors the media, ignores voters and "amasses wealth for himself and cronies," the senator said.
The party in 2013 worked to reach out to nonwhite voters, but eight years later it appears to have decided instead just to make it harder for them to cast ballots.
“It’s grossly misfortunate and a huge human cost to have made vaccination political," the senator said.
"It's entertaining. But it's not real," the Utah senator said, following Trump's rally in Ohio.
The Utah senator responded to House Republicans attempting to rewrite history just months after the violent attack.
Earlier in the day, the Republican senator was booed while speaking at the Utah GOP's annual convention.
There are broad differences among lawmakers over what counts as infrastructure and how to pay for it.
Senate Democrats have had little success finding agreement among themselves on how much to increase the federal minimum wage.
His transformation from leader to pariah says a lot about the GOP
During Trump’s first impeachment trial last year, the Utah Republican became the first senator in U.S. history to vote to convict a president from his own party.
The Utah senator says he's "doing better."
“I would be surprised if there was support in the Republican caucus if the bill comes out at $1.9 trillion," said Sen. Susan Collins of Maine.
Sen. Mitt Romney says former President Donald Trump would win the 2024 GOP nomination if he runs.
The Utah senator offers up a grim reality check.
The plan from Mitt Romney and Tom Cotton offers a wage well below what Democrats are seeking, and has major implications for undocumented workers.
Joe Biden's nominee to run the White House Office of Management and Budget has elicited criticism for her partisan rhetoric online.
Officer Eugene Goodman was seen singlehandedly protecting lawmakers in two separate videos.
The video, released by the impeachment managers, provides a new perspective on the violence that unfolded at the Capitol on Jan. 6.
Most lawmakers think child poverty is bad, but making sure that families have money remains controversial.