Three Senate climate hawks lay out how presidential candidates should speak about a defining issue for Democratic voters ahead of 2020.
Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse added that they're not "at the stage of actually being able to make the charge" yet.
A man accused the Supreme Court nominee of sexually assaulting an acquaintance in the 1980s but later retracted the allegation, Grassley said.
The Supreme Court nominee's definitions in his Senate hearing of "flatulence" and a game similar to "quarters" draw some snickers on Twitter.
Trump's pick for the high court responded to written questions from Democratic Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse on any gambling habits.
The Supreme Court nominee didn't get any questions about this topic at his hearings, but he will now have to give some answers.
“No wonder the American people feel the game is rigged,” Whitehouse said.
Only one of the five officials testifying before the Senate Judiciary Committee was able to answer a question from Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse (D-R.I.) about the family separation crisis at the border: what went wrong?
The nine lawmakers asked for "a written and public commitment" that DOJ officials wouldn't interfere with Mueller's probe.
“It’s not even subtle," said one senator.
There is considerable urgency here.
“Americans do not like gerrymandering. They see its mischief, and absent a legal remedy, their sense of powerlessness and discouragement has increased."
The former Oklahoma attorney general is under investigation for misleading Congress about his emails.
Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse (D-R.I.) said the "temperature is climbing" among Republicans in Congress.
It’s always a bad sign when a judicial nominee has to begin his hearing with an apology.