In the wake of high-profile sexual abuse cases in U.S. Olympic sports, the U.S. Center for SafeSport is now receiving an average of 239 reports a month.
Barbara Barrett wouldn't say whether it is inappropriate for the service to spend tax dollars at the president's properties.
Sens. Richard Blumenthal and Jerry Moran proposed the Empowering Olympic and Amateur Athletes Act on Tuesday.
The Equal Access to Justice for Victims of Gun Violence Act would end special legal protections for firearm manufacturers, sellers and trade groups.
The Women’s Health Protection Act would reaffirm every woman's right to an abortion, no matter where she lives.
"Prison is the only answer” if the president's son refuses to comply with the Senate Intelligence Committee, the Connecticut Democrat said.
The tech giant has been criticized for improperly handling consumer data, and lawmakers want more than money.
The acting FAA chief is scheduled to testify before the Senate aviation subcommittee on Wednesday.
Two airplanes of the same model were involved in crashes within five months, including an Ethiopian Airlines flight on Sunday.
The daughter of the late war hero, Sen. John McCain, had a sobering response to the president's message.
Connecticut Sen. Chris Murphy ripped the kingdom's version of the journalist's death as "preposterous."
The president has continued to defend his Supreme Court nominee, even trying to discredit one of Kavanaugh's accusers.
Sen. Richard Blumenthal (D-Conn.) also quoted a 2015 book Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) wrote to show that his thoughts are on "a bipartisan basis."
The Supreme Court nominee's high school yearbook is a "minefield," said one Democratic senator.
“This extraordinary step is really a last resort — unprecedented and unfortunate — but necessary to fully review Judge Kavanaugh’s nomination," Sen. Richard Blumenthal (D-Conn.) said.
Wendy Vitter refused to tell senators if she still agrees with a speech she gave at a 2013 anti-abortion rally.
The nine lawmakers asked for "a written and public commitment" that DOJ officials wouldn't interfere with Mueller's probe.
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The Connecticut senator reminds Americans: We do not have to live this way.