Republicans looking longingly at their last best chance of recapturing the Senate for years to come have to first fend off …
Republican aide placed on leave.
As the one-year anniversary of the Sandy Hook shooting approaches, the vote deals yet another blow to advocates of stricter gun controls
Senate Democrats pushed through a historic change to the chamber’s rules on Thursday, doing away with filibusters on executive appointments and most judicial nominations in a bid to ease the gridlock gripping the chamber.
The Wyoming Senate candidate talks to TIME
Organizers say immigration reform is a women’s issue at heart
Being sworn in on Halloween, with big votes looming
Says he would have beat Obama if he ran for Senate in 2004
“It’s time for our lawmakers to say enough is enough,” said Barry Black in his morning prayer
The Senate Majority Leader shows not only that he has a sense of humor, but also that he’s hip to Twitter’s trendy six-second video format
An arcane procedure holds up voting for another day
He held court in the chamber since Tuesday afternoon
What’s weird is that Cruz’s marathon speech, in protest against Obamacare, is technically not a filibuster