Senate Minority Whip John Cornyn (R-TX) confirmed to his fellow Senate Republicans that there will be a handful of GOP Senators that will stick around and make sure that debate continues for each and every nominee.
Only one of the five Democratic candidates seems worthy of support from progressives, liberals and centrists interested in flipping the seat from red to blue. That candidate is El Paso attorney Maxey Scherr.
Late on Monday, just 15 minutes before the deadline to file, Rep. Steve Stockman (R-TX) shocked the GOP establishment by placing his name on the ballot for March's Republican primary and will face off with incumbent Sen. John Cornyn.
Today, we take a close look at the Senate Finance Committee and their relentless and unfair attempts to discredit the Affordable Care Act
Republicans see threat to white privilege in Eric Holder's announced plans to make Texas obtain federal approval for changes to voting laws
With some veterans waiting years to access the benefits they need and deserve, Senator Boxer led a bipartisan group uring the Dept of Defense to work more effectively with the VA.
The Senate Republican Minority Whip, who accused Obama of threatening national security by nominating Chuck Hagel, claimed that sequester cuts to defense won't jeopardize national security.
Republicans will do anything to block Chuck Hagel's appointment as Defense Secretary, including praising Obama's sanctions against Iran.
The concept of shutting down the government unless Republicans control the direction and vision of the nation is nothing less than criminal.
Like bugs to light, Republicans are attracted to 9/11 fear mongering, and with the flap over the proposed mosque and community center two blocks from Ground Zero, the man in charge of the GOP's efforts to retake the Senate, Sen. John Cornyn suggested that the GOP is ready to make 9/11 an issue again this November, but by playing the politics of fear, the GOP could ensure failure in November.