Mitch McConnell and other senior Republican Senators foolishly believed their colleagues would do the right thing.
A bizarre development looks to upend it less than 24 hours after it was announced.
The Senate’s last conservative Democrat is taking President Biden’s call for unity seriously.
In a sane world, Joe Biden’s election win would not have come as a surprise. Alas . . . .
Whether the delusions of a madman or a deliberate scheme to poison the waters, there’s cause for concern.
A binary choice will produce a worse outcome than necessary.
Fear of Donald Trump and his minions is making it hard for Republicans to answer a simple question.
The past week has demonstrated more notably than any other that this President is not well.
The President’s foolish tariffs against Mexico are finally causing many Republican Senators to stand up against him.
Once again, President Trump proves that in the face of evil he is a coward and a disgrace.
After an essentially pointless 35 day shutdown, some members of the House and Senate are proposing bills that would make government shutdowns impossible.
As the shutdown enters day thirty-five, there are some signs of movement in Washington but no real progress.
For the second time this year, a Federal Court has struck down a state law designed to punish businesses that engage in a boycott aimed at Israel.
With four weeks to go until Election Day, Donald Trump and the Republicans are continuing to stoke the divisions laid bare by the Kavanaugh nomination.
Attorneys for Christine Blasey Ford want the F.B.I. to investigate the charges she has made against Judge Kavanaugh before she testifies, but it’s entirely unclear what such an investigation would accomplish.
Ohio billionaire Les Wexner was a top Republican donor and fundraiser in Ohio, but not anymore.
A Special Election tomorrow in suburban Columbus, Ohio could tell us a lot about where the midterm elections might be headed.
The president’s begrudging condemnation of evil didn’t last long.
The Senate isn’t giving up in its efforts to ‘repeal and replace’ the Affordable Care Act, despite the fact that it seems clear that the votes aren’t there.
What looks like it will be the Senate GOP’s last effort on the issue of health care reform died less than a day after being put on the table.
With the defection of two more Senators, the latest effort to ‘repeal and replace’ the Affordable Care Act has gone down in flames.
With the fate of the Senate health care reform bill hanging in the balance, the Senate will delay consideration of the bill due to the unexpected absence of one Senator.
Senate Republicans have introduced their latest version of a plan to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act.
The Senate GOP’s effort to ‘repeal and replace’ the Affordable Care Act is headed for a bumpy ride.
Senate Republicans are back home and hearing from their constituents on health care reform. It’s not going well for them.
A big setback for Republican efforts to ‘repeal and replace’ Obamacare.
Once again, a bad CBO score is casting doubt on a Republican health care reform bill.
The Senate GOP health care reform care bill faces a crucial week, and things aren’t looking good.
Senate Republicans released their proposed health care plan this morning, but it could already be doomed.
The American Health Care Act may have sailed through the House, but the Senate is another story.
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.
The President’s choice for Labor Secretary withdrew his name from consideration yesterday, but this is just the latest example of what has been a transition that has largely consisted of fumble after fumble by the Trump team.
With repeal of the Affordable Care Act now likely sooner rather than later, key Republicans are urging the party to have a replacement in place before repeal is voted on.
Republicans are afraid to oppose Donald Trump for fear that his supporters will come after them.
Defying the odds, Republicans held on in several traditionally Democratic states to keep control of the Senate.
Republican candidates for the Senate and House are campaigning on the argument that they will be a bulwark against a Clinton Presidency.
Democratic hopes of retaking the Senate aren’t going so well at the moment.
The GOP civil war continues…..