The freshman senator from Arizona used her maiden speech to tell the story of an Iraq War veteran who died by suicide.
Only one member of Congress identifies as "religiously unaffiliated.” The overwhelming majority say they're Christian.
She's here, she's a femme queer and now she's a senator. Get used to it.
The Democrat is Arizona's first female senator and only the second openly LGBT person in the Senate.
She will replace Jon Kyl after he resigns at the end of the year.
Kyrsten Sinema is making history, becoming Arizona’s first ever female Senator and the first openly bisexual Senator.
The Democrat ended up topping Republican Martha McSally in the midterm elections.
A GOP lawsuit is challenging the state’s two biggest counties for allowing voters to help resolve problems with their mail-in ballot signatures after Election Day.
Reps. Kyrsten Sinema (D) and Martha McSally (R) are locked in a tight race.
Republicans are highlighting her leftist past. But progressives have their own grumbles, even as they line up behind her Senate run in Arizona.