The PACT Act, which will help veterans suffering from illnesses caused by toxic burn pits, now heads to the president’s desk.
The Montana senator, who is a gun owner, doesn't think now is the time for raising the minimum age required to buy an AR-style rifle.
Four laws enacted this year amount to “a cocktail of voter suppression measures that land heavily on the young,” one lawsuit accuses.
Both Georgia senators who handed Democrats Senate control now back admitting Washington, D.C., as the 51st state.
It may have been the right decision during the pandemic, but it also likely had political consequences.
The acting Bureau of Land Management director agreed not to participate in matters involving 57 entities and individuals following conflict of interest allegations.
The senator said his fellow Montana Democrat could put “politics aside” and bring the country together.
New legislation puts a spotlight on the invisible crisis of murdered, missing and trafficked indigenous women.
Democrats can win in rural states, but the formula isn’t easy to replicate.
The senator stood up to Donald Trump and won in a state where the president is overwhelmingly popular.