Dick Durbin

Several Senate Democrats, including Minority Whip Dick Durbin, said Tuesday they support beginning impeachment proceedings against Trump.
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Sen. Dick Durbin (D-Il.) accused FDA Commissioner Dr. Ned Sharpless of refusing to strictly regulate the vaping industry, despite the warnings of health risks.
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“I was one of many senators who privately sat down with Gen. Mattis and said, 'Please stay,'" Durbin revealed on "Meet the Press."
"There's not a smoking gun. There's a smoking saw," Lindsey Graham said.
The White House prevented the head of the intelligence agency from going to the hearing, Sen. Dick Durbin said.
Dick Durbin (D-Ill.) seeks a vetting of accusations against the Supreme Court nominee.
Sen. Dick Durbin (D-Ill.) asked Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg personal questions to illustrate the right to privacy.
“Why would you believe [the president]?” asked Democratic Sen. Dick Durbin.
Many Democrats want protections for undocumented immigrants to be part of a must-pass government funding bill. But will enough of them hold firm?
“I stand by every word I said. The difference is, I’m right," the Republican senator says.
"This has turned into a s-show," Sen. Lindsey Graham said during a Senate hearing.
The president went after Sen. Dick Durbin, who said Trump did indeed call Haiti and African nations "shithole" countries.
"I feel bad for parents at this point with young children. Every word you tell your kid not to say, they can be like, ‘But the president gets to say it.’”
There was a wave of passionate reactions across the media and Washington in response to Trump’s comments on “shithole countries.”
"He said these hate-filled things and he said them repeatedly.”
A bipartisan group of senators came to an agreement. But the White House and other senators haven't said yes yet.