Three Senate climate hawks lay out how presidential candidates should speak about a defining issue for Democratic voters ahead of 2020.
Remember -- Donald Trump won the Electoral College, not the popular vote.
Even Chuck Schumer ultimately got involved in the Twitter discussion.
They couldn’t go after government workers or contractors who can't pay rent or loans because of the shutdown.
Trump has repeatedly denigrated the media as the enemy.
At a hearing of the United States Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies, Attorney General Jeff Sessions expressed skepticism of medical marijuana, and of studies that show a negative correlation between medical marijuana availability and a opioid overdose.
Gardner said he's prepared to "take all steps necessary" to counter the attorney general.
One senator called nominee Jim Bridenstine's behavior "as extreme as any" he'd seen in Washington.
They can't pass anything now. But they can start a conversation.
“As a Jew, as an American, as a human, words cannot express my disgust and disappointment."
"This starts to look like open, knowing collusion with the Russian government."
Lawmakers encouraged the crowd to stay vigilant in their fight against the bill.
Sen. Chris Murphy called the bill a "humanitarian crisis waiting to happen."