Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren railed against Congress for standing in the way of common-sense gun reforms that would save lives.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) made it clear with a fit that he does not like his nickname of Moscow Mitch.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell blocked Obama's SCOTUS pick but has vowed to fill any open Supreme Court seat in the last year-plus of Trump's term.
Billboards are being posted in Kentucky with a message to voters urging them to vote Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell out of office.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is a fraud, and the people of Kentucky – and America – are beginning to wake up to this reality.
Despite their efforts to paint the Democratic Party as out of step with average voters, it is Trump, McConnell and the GOP who are most disliked by middle America.
The sellout is complete: Donald Trump will oppose any universal background check legislation that Congress might send to his desk.
The American people are growing increasingly tired of Republicans refusing to offer anything but empty thoughts and prayers.
Democratic Rep. Eric Swalwell said there is no chance McConnell will take up a common-sense gun safety bill when Congress returns in September.
Rachel Maddow explained how Mitch McConnell has allowed Russia to gain an economic foothold in the US so that they can influence US politics from within.
Rep. Max Rose (D-NY) warned Mitch McConnell that voters are going to make him pay in 2020 for his cowardly inaction on gun violence.
The further we get away from the shooting massacres in El Paso and Dayton, the more it looks like McConnell is just hoping to run out the clock.
Republicans For The Rule Of Law will run an ad in Mitch McConnell's hometown demanding that he stop blocking legislation to secure America's elections from Russian attack.
The Senate majority leader refused to say whether he would support legislation to tighten background checks on gun sales.
Sen. Sherrod Brown made it clear who is to blame for the lack of action in the Senate on gun violence, as he told McConnell to break his addiction to gun money.
$1.6 million can buy a lot in Washington, and the Republican majority leader in the Senate appears to be one of those things up for sale.
Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi reminded America that Mitch McConnell is blocking a bill to address gun violence after the mass shooting in El Paso.
Nance believes McConnell's apparent loyalty to Russia is a direct result of the Kentucky senator essentially being paid off by Russian companies pouring money into his state.
Senate Majority Leader "Moscow" Mitch McConnell had two former staffers lobbying to put a $200 million Russian aluminum plant in Kentucky.
Democrats have broken Mitch McConnell and left the Senate Majority Leader outraged by his nickname "Moscow Mitch."