United States Senate

"That's for the dead babies," said 43-year-old Rebecca Dalelio as she threw the liquid from the public gallery onto the state Senate floor.
“I’m getting very angry about the silliness of these questions," the House speaker fired back in a video that's now going viral.
When the former Newark mayor joined the U.S. Senate in 2013, it was overwhelmingly white ― and it still is today.
The 32-year-old candidate made national news when he ran in a House special election in 2017, and now he's back to challenge GOP Sen. David Perdue.
If you care about women's rights, LGBTQ rights or voting rights — or about judges being fit to serve — you oughta read this.
At a CNN climate change forum, the California senator said she agreed with former Democratic presidential candidate Jay Inslee in opposing the Senate procedure.
The newspaper listed the names of hundreds of victims of mass shootings to urge the Senate majority leader to "do something."
The Democrat grabbed national attention when he ran in the 2017 special election for Georgia's 6th District — at the time the most expensive House race ever.
“The future of our country is sacrificed at the altar of the filibuster," the former Senate majority leader wrote in a New York Times op-ed.
Mitch McConnell told a Kentucky radio station that Trump called him Thursday morning and they discussed several ideas.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) told the AFSCME forum in Las Vegas she still has faith the Senate can be an effective legislative body.
The Senate voted 67-28 on Thursday to send the legislation to Trump. The House had already passed the bill.
2020 Democratic contenders have yet to explain how any version of the government-run health care plan would pass in a sharply divided Senate.
Sen. Chuck Schumer called inaction by Congress a “disgrace” and pledged to keep pushing for votes.
The presidential hopeful said she's very much over "blaming a woman for the actions of a man" in the wake of a New Yorker article on the former senator.
The New Yorker's Jane Mayer investigated the allegation that unleashed seven other claims against the former senator -- and finds it doesn't check out.
The Senate Minority Leader said during a visit to a detention center last week conditions were "awful," "inhumane" and "heartbreaking."
Farmer and military veteran Mike Broihier announced his bid to unseat the powerful Senate majority leader.
Kris Kobach, former secretary of state of Kansas, struggled when asked what he'd do if Trump admitted he was a racist.
An Oregon Senate committee is considering punishing the senator after he threatened state police and a colleague with violence over a climate change bill.