Following the passage of the 2010 Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare, there was a conservative revolt against the Democrat-controlled White House and Congress.
Former Attorney General Jeff Sessions failed in his bid to reclaim his old Senate seat after losing to former Auburn University football coach Tommy Tuberville in the Alabama GOP runoff on Tuesday.
Dr. Scott Jensen, a Minnesota state senator and a practicing physician, says he's being investigated by the State's Medical Practice Board for 'spreading misinformation' about the completion of death certificates and for 'providing reckless
The Internet is having a bit of fun with Rand Paul's claim during a Tuesday Senate committee hearing that "We shouldn't presume that a group of experts somehow knows what's best" (here's Tommy Beer with more). After all, they're the exp
GOP's McConnell says it joins 'list of absurd House proposals' to stall in his chamber
Lawmakers in the Senate Intelligence Committee are moving forward with a request that would order the Defense Department and U.S. Intelligence agencies to create a public, unclassified, collection of all information and data on "unidentified aerial
New Senate Police Reform Bill Looks to Increase Accountability and Promote De-Escalation Training to 'Rebuild Lost Trust'
Shortly before Senator Tom Cotton publicly backed a Senate GOP bill that would make the liability shield enjoyed by social media companies contingent on a pledge not to suppress political speech, he shared an experience with the staff of Twitter, who
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) this week has reportedly asked committee chairs to "enforce rules of decorum and exclude members who fail to comply" with the guidance requiring masks in committee meetings.
Sen. Angus King, a member of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, is warning of protest "violence" and "conspiracy theories" running "rampant" if the November election results are delayed.
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell will appear before the Senate on Tuesday, the first of two days, to discuss the semiannual report on monetary policy. "It is a long road. It is going to take some time," Powell said last week.
Lawmakers have tried to outlaw the act nearly 200 times.
Senator Josh Hawley (R-MO) has demanded that Google answer questions over allegations that it censored YouTube comments critical of the Chinese Communist Party - which the Silicon Valley giant told The Verge was simply a 'technical error' they are wo
Senator Rand Paul has been a vocal critic of Dr. Anthony Fauci and that has not changed. He is now publically accusing him of "emasculating" the medical system and ruining the economy.
With the US economy reeling from the effects of the coronavirus pandemic, the Senate Foreign Relations Committee agreed to give Israel a minimum of $3.8 billion in military aid per year. A full vote on the gift is expected soon.
Update (1240ET): As the Senate vote gets a broader airing on newswires, Chinese tech stocks - including Alibaba, Baidu & JD.com - are taking a beating.
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin will give their first report on the economic stimulus programs implemented by the $2.2 trillion CARES Act when they testify before the Senate Banking Committee on Tuesday.
Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) got paid a visit from Federal agents which involved her husband, Richard Blum wanting information over her husband's decision to unload stock ahead of the coronavirus outbreak.
The Senate voted against an amendment on Wednesday sponsored by Sens. Steve Daines (R-MT) and Ron Wyden (D-OR) that would curb law enforcement agencies' ability to obtain web browsing and Internet search data without a warrant.
---and seize his cellphone amid probe into sale of $1.7M stock the Intelligence Committee chair made after classified coronavirus briefings
Expected Live at 10:00 a.m. ET: The Senate Health, Education, Labor, & Pensions Committee holds a hearing on "COVID-19: Safely Getting Back to Work and Back ...
A group of Democrats - whose mostly white, middle-class, college-educated supporters who derive most of their understanding of contemporary politics and the economy from memes -
'Danger' of Coronavirus to Most Americans Overstated
"We have no rainy day account. We have no savings account."
On the heels of Sen. Rand Paul, M.D.'s powerful speech on the Senate floor, Del Bigtree interviews Sen. Scott Jensen, M.D. in a very revealing interview on the financial incentives of treating COVID, and what lawmakers are doing to help those they
The gold market remains chaotic with physical (geographical) shortages, increasing physical demand, paper squeezes, retail interest soaring, and now congressmen raising concerns with regulators.
After delays from ice cream enthusiast Nancy Pelosi, the Senate reached a deal yesterday and passed a $484 billion coronavirus relief bill last night.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said Wednesday he favors allowing states struggling with high public employee pension costs amid the burdens of the pandemic response to declare bankruptcy rather than giving them a federal bailout.
The Pennsylvania senate has passed a measure which would partially reopen the state by lifting the lockdown on most of the state's businesses imposed by Gov. Tom Wolf (D), according to The Hill.
Bill would place tariffs on Saudi oil customers