Senator Chuck Grassley of Iowa seems like a hick from the cornfields but is actually one of the most powerful people in Washington. He is chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee and may single-handedly be protecting Attorney General Jeff Sessions and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein from being fired by President Donald Trump.
Grassley was the lead sponsor of legislation that made it harder to add the names of mentally ill individuals to the FBI database.
The Republican chairman of the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee said on Thursday he wanted to start releasing the transcripts of interviews the committee has done about a meeting at Trump Tower seen as central to investigations of Russia and the 2016 U.S. election.
Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-IA) suggested that rich people deserve tax cuts more than working class people because working class people spend all of their money on booze, women, or movies.
Despite the Iowa Republican's hopes that Trump will tone down his rhetoric, there has never been a situation when this president has shown an ability to do that.
Republican Sen. Chuck Grassley (Iowa) felt the need to remind the President Of The United States to pay attention to the hurricane that is about to hit the state of Texas.
Rachel Maddow blew up the Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman's scheme to save Donald Trump with conspiracy filled hearing on Wednesday.
Four more Republican Senators all from rural states are withholding support for the Republican health care bill due to the damage it would do to rural hospitals. If McConnell brings this bill to the floor for a vote, Trump will be humiliatingly defeated by his own party.
The spontaneous demonstrations by pro-ACA activists shows how politically toxic this issue has become for Republicans as they prepare to dismantle Obamacare.
The recent uprisings at Republican town halls are demonstrating the power of the people to withstand and turn back the assault on democracy
While Donald Trump was speaking, Iowa Republican officials came on stage to stand with him, with one notable exception. Sen. Chuck Grassley refused to be photographed with Trump.
In a display of utter desperation, Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-IA) indirectly encouraged someone at the FBI to illegally leak the details of the Hillary Clinton email investigation.
In a new Grassley ad, the Agenda Project Action Fund has decided to be exactly as dignified and respectful to Republicans as Republicans have been to America.
Senate Judiciary Chair Chuck Grassley (R-IA) is feeling the heat from his refusal to do his job, telling delegates that he is facing a “severe” campaign for re-election.
Larry Sabato, Director of the University of Virginia Center for Politics, shared Senate ratings changes that show 5 endangered Republicans. Each of the six changes is less favorable for Republicans
Senator Harry Reid (D-NV) called out Senator Chuck Grassley (R-IA) for turning the Senate Judiciary Committee into a political arm of the Republican Party. "What needs mending is the Judiciary Committee under his chairmanship, which he has annexed as a political arm of the Republican leader’s office," Reid charged.
Democrats are mocking Senate Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley's "very bad recess" because it was a recess full of angry constituents demanding that he do his job.
Perhaps a better name for it would be simply, "The United States Constitution." It's the one they've all sworn to uphold, after all.
Senate Judiciary Chair Chuck Grassley (R-IA) would trust Donald Trump to nominate the next Supreme Court Justice over sitting President Barack Obama.
Senator Chuck Grassley was considered untouchable just weeks ago. He's been a Senator since 1981. But then as Senate Judiciary Committee chair, Grassley started floating a ridiculous excuse for refusing to do his job, claiming that we should wait until the next election before giving a hearing for a Supreme Court nominee.