One of the few Republicans willing to speak out against Donald Trump is retiring at the end of his current term.
Susan Collins will stay in the Senate rather than running for Governor of Maine next year.
Former Trump aide Steve Bannon is declaring war on Republicans in the Senate.
Roy Moore’s victory in Alabama is raising fears of a wider battle in the Republican Party heading into 2018.
Bob Corker, who has served in the Senate since winning election in 2006, announced yesterday that he would not stand for re-election.
A recent uptick in retirements from Congressional Republicans is leading some Republicans to become concerned about the party’s prospects in 2018.
Steve Bannon may be out of the White House, but his efforts to continue pushing President Trump, and the Republican Party, even further to the populist far-right continues.
For the second time this year, there are rumors that Mitt Romney could run for Senator from Utah if Orrin Hatch decides to retire.
Donald Trump is unlikely to ever be a popular President, but that may not matter.
Justice Kennedy is telling prospective law clerks for the term that beings in October 2018 that he is considering retiring at the end of the term that begins this October.
The latest CBO score for the American Health Care Act is bad news for Republicans.
Former C.I.A. Director John Brennan testified before a House Committee today, and what he had to say was not good news for the Trump Administration.
There seems to be no question that the decision to fire James Comey was motivated largely by the President’s frustrations over the fact that his campaign is under investigation.
Roy Moore, who is currently on suspension, has resigned as chief justice of the Alabama Supreme Court in order to challenge Luther Strange for his seat in the US Senate.
Republicans held on to Mike Pompeo’s seat in the House, but the outcome was closer than many expected.
Mitt Romney is reportedly considering running for Senate in Utah if Orrin Hatch decides to retire.
Donald Trump has basically declared war on the people who blocked the AHCA from passing last week.
Members of Congress and the Senate are once again facing down angry constituents, but it’s unclear whether it will translate into anything substantial in 2018.
Several former candidates for President are emerging as potential candidates for Senate.
At Congressional town halls across the country, there are signs of what could turn into a movement that would cause real headaches for the GOP in future elections.
President Obama thinks he would have beaten Donald Trump. And he’s probably right.
As things stand, Democrats will have a hard time winning back control in the Senate in 2018.