U.S. Senate

GOP senators are back-tracking on their 2016 beliefs about Supreme Court nominations during election years.
The American public gives the third branch of government relatively high marks. That could change if Trump moves forward this close to the election.
He clearly does not care about being called a hypocrite about the Supreme Court.
The iconic Supreme Court justice told her granddaughter her “most fervent wish” just days before she died.
Alabama GOP Senate candidate Tommy Tuberville struggled to answer a question about extending the Voting Rights Act and could not clearly explain the contents of the law.
"The filibuster is not in our Constitution. It isn't something that we should be anchored to," said Perkins, the mayor of Shreveport, Louisiana.
The vulnerable incumbents are airing more positive ads about coronavirus relief bills and their bipartisan accomplishments.
After more than 30 election wins, the Kennedy victory streak is over in Massachusetts. Rep. Joe Kennedy III lost in the Democratic Senate primary race against incumbent Sen. Ed Markey.
The Senate Intelligence Committee releases old correspondence between Trump and the Russian president.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom is already facing pressure to appoint a historic candidate to the seat.