How about crowd sourcing a timeline for all of Trump’s enablers?
Lindsey Graham is the latest Senator to make clear that he’s already made up his mind on impeachment.
The next steps in the impeachment process are relatively easy to predict.
Former Astronaut Mark Kelly is posing a big challenge to Senator Martha McSally in Arizona.
Fear of Donald Trump and his minions is making it hard for Republicans to answer a simple question.
Contrary to the hopes of some, getting rid of Trump isn’t going to purge the GOP of Trumpism.
Georgia Senator Johnny Isakson will retire at the end of 2019, setting up a contest in 2020 to fill the remainder of his term.
Former Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper, who dropped out of the race for President just last week, is running for Senate in his home state.
Beto O’Rourke is once again rejecting the idea of running for Senate instead of President.
There are hints that former Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper could abandon his seemingly doomed Presidential bid to run for Senate.
In the battle for Senate control in 2020, the conditions appear to favor Republicans. At least for now.
The evidence is clear that Russia interfered in the election in 2016 and intends to do so again. Despite this, Mitch McConnell is blocking legislation designed to enhance election security.
The failure of Republicans and conservatives to denounce the President’s racism reveals everything that has gone wrong with the “right” in the Trump Era.
Much to the chagrin of Republicans hoping to win back a Senate seat they never should have lost, Roy Moore is running for Senate again in Alabama.
Republicans nationwide are trying to discourage Roy Moore from running for Senate again. Roy Moore doesn’t care.
The House of Representatives has not even acted on impeachment, but Senate Republicans have already made up their mind.
The White House isn’t ruling out the idea of a second government shutdown, but Senate Republicans have other ideas.
The Senate rejected Republican and Democratic proposals as expected but there are some signs of movement forward.
After twenty-five days, there’s no end in sight to the Federal Government shutdown. You can thank the President for that.
As the government shutdown enters through its twenty-fourth day, attention is shifting to Senate Republicans who could be pressured to break ranks and potentially force a resolution.
As the shutdown drags on, Mitch McConnell finds himself facing pressure from the White House and from members of his own caucus.
In a late first-day session, Congress passed a series of bills designed to reopen most of the government, but they’re already ‘dead on arrival’ in the Senate.
Arizona Democrat Kyrsten Sinema appears to be headed toward victory.
On Tuesday, Michigan joined the ranks of the states where marijuana is legal and several other states legalized it for medical purposes.
Just hours before hearings that will likely determine the fate of Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination to the Supreme Court, new accusations and revelations are coming to light.
Corey Stewart may be the darling of the Trumpidians in the GOP, but he won’t be getting any help from Senate Republicans.
A small group of Senators is engaged in a seemingly quixotic effort to save DACA before the election.
Failed Senate candidate Roy Moore is suing several of the women who accused him of sexual misconduct during last year’s campaign.
He’s tan. He’s rested. He’s ready. And, yes, he’s running.
The Trump Administration is reversing policy on an Obama Era policy that allowed states to choose their own course on marijuana laws.
Could the tide be turning in the Alabama Senate race against Roy Moore? At least some polling indicates the answer could be yes.
The charges against Roy Moore continue to mount as national Republicans continue to push back against him.
While many on the right are condemning Roy Moore, there are far too many prevaricators and defenders out there.
Republican Senate nominee Roy Moore is accused of having molested a 14-year-old girl when he was in his 30s.
Donald Trump has had harsher things to say about Rosie O’Donnell than he did about the people responsible for yesterday’s violence. That says something about him.
Hatred and violence in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Senate Republicans are back home and hearing from their constituents on health care reform. It’s not going well for them.
Senate Republicans released their proposed health care plan this morning, but it could already be doomed.
By the barest of margins, the House passed its bill repealing and replacing the Affordable Care Act, but the future of that bill is highly uncertain.
Whether you call it TrumpCare, RyanCare, or GOPCare, the Republican replacement for the PPACA isn’t very impressive.
Despite two Republican defections, Betsy DeVos was confirmed today as Secretary of Education.
The GOP’s big wins last week seem to be just guaranteeing that this year’s battle between the Tea Party and the “establishment” will continue.