U.S. Senate

Sean Parnell, Trump's Senate pick in Pennsylvania, suspended his campaign after losing a custody battle with his estranged wife.
The decisions by Leahy and now Welch will create the first open seats in Vermont's three-member congressional delegation since 2006.
Republican senators have refused to allow Syed to get a committee vote to be deputy administrator for the Small Business Administration.
The Senate’s longest-serving Democrat is retiring after 47 years in office — the latest major retirement ahead of 2022's midterm elections.
Trump, who has focused his political efforts on punishing his political opponents, endorsed a leading opponent of Murkowski in June.
Amid dwindling poll numbers, President Joe Biden celebrated the passage of his infrastructure bill through Congress.
"It’s time for us to go to work,” said Dick Durbin, the No. 2 Democrat in the Senate.
The senator chided progressives for holding the bipartisan infrastructure bill "hostage" in return for his support for the social spending and climate measure.
“Every sensible revenue option seems to be destroyed,” Sen. Bernie Sanders complained Wednesday.
The longtime aide to Hillary Clinton didn't name the senator or his party, the Guardian reports.
The social media network's net income grew 17% in the July-September period to $9.19 billion, buoyed by strong advertising revenue, up from $7.85 billion a year ago.
Senate Democrats are calling for a return to original principles as the push to change the filibuster approaches its climax.
Will Democrats now finally change filibuster rules to protect voting rights?
The legislation faces unanimous Republican opposition, prompting another conversation over the future of the filibuster.
Conservatives and banks are actually afraid of a non-captured regulator who knows the secrets of the financial sector.
The Senate Republican leader from Kentucky apparently can take it only from Donald Trump.
Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) offered a short-term solution. There's still a standoff.
An explosive report details how Trump tried to install a loyalist as Attorney General days before Jan.6 in order to undercut the 2020 election results.
White House counsel Pat Cipollone likened Trump’s effort to a “murder-suicide pact," a Judiciary Committee probe found.