Roy Blunt

The Senate majority leader is facing new pressure to act on stalled election security bills.
Seen as a rising Democratic star, he dropped out of Kansas City, Missouri, mayor's race last year.
“You can’t continue to abuse the system like Democrats have been and not expect for people to try to end that abuse,” Sen. Roy Blunt (R-Mo.) said.
The White House chief of staff said Trump doesn't want another shutdown, but he would do it if necessary.
How many creepy male lawmakers have to resign before Congress confronts its Me Too problem?
They’ll hear a sexual assault allegation against Brett Kavanaugh. But Congress' internal reform has stalled for months.
The bill would let lawmakers hide past offenses and only be punished for "severe or pervasive" harassment, the ACLU said.
It would require lawmakers to pay out of pocket for their misconduct, which some Republicans fought for months.
The president proposed billions in spending, but no one can agree on how to pay for it.
Unlike other Democrats, Jason Kander isn't awkward around guns. He doesn't shy away from gun control either.
Some House GOP members would rather have the scaled-down Obamacare repeal bill than nothing.
Four Trump Cabinet members have been accused of withholding information -- or worse.
Sen. Roy Blunt (R-Mo.), the fourth-ranking Republican in the Senate and an member of the Intelligence Committee, said former NSA Michael Flynn will likely testify.
Senators say the Flynn scandal should be investigated. The House was a bit more dismissive.