Martin Heinrich

After a far-right militia showed up at an Albuquerque demonstration, one person was shot and the son of a former sheriff was arrested.
Three Senate climate hawks lay out how presidential candidates should speak about a defining issue for Democratic voters ahead of 2020.
The former governor and Libertarian presidential candidate receives a state pension, the state Democratic Party's leader noted.
The move comes after a New York Times report on decades of sexual harassment claims against the film executive.
"This starts to look like open, knowing collusion with the Russian government."
Sen. Martin Heinrich (D-NM) grills Attorney General Jeff Sessions.
Democrats want more than 9 staffers; Republicans say it's fine the way it is.
President Donald Trump's Supreme Court pick is getting his confirmation vote this week. It's gonna be messy.
Democratic and Republican senators say "any faith-based targeting is unacceptable."
"It’s about the peaceful transition of power,” said Sen. Debbie Stabenow.
I'm back from an amazing Outdoor Retailer Summer Show in Salt Lake City -- invigorated by everyone's Arctic Refuge passion found throughout the Giant Salt Palace and across the street at KEENfest!
Today, thanks to a century of conservation and preservation efforts undertaken by the National Park Service, national treasures across this country remain unspoiled. Our modern mission must maintain and grow those efforts so that our national parks endure to benefit future generations.
Senator James Inhofe (R-OK) can throw all the snowballs he wants on the Senate floor, but he can't fool the majority of Americans into denying climate change.