Sen. Rob Portman tried to say that Keystone XL would make up for the Russian oil the US is not importing, but CNN's Dana Bash gave him the facts.
If Republicans really cared about gas prices, they have the power to actually do something about it, but it would involve hurting one of their most reliable donors.
Peter Doocy tried to snarky with Jen Psaki on questions ranging from gas prices to the Keystone Pipeline and it did not go well.
“As you know, I did the Dakota pipeline and nobody called up to complain, because it was unfair. Years of getting approvals, nobody showed up to fight it."
Sen. Bernie Sanders applauded President Obama for not allowing some of the dirtiest fossil fuels on earth to shipped through the United States.
President Obama said that Keystone XL will do nothing to grow the economy and called out Republicans for falsely inflating the economic impact of Keystone.
Sen. Bernie Sanders is calling out Hillary Clinton for being concerned about climate change, but refusing to take a stand against Keystone XL.
President Obama appeared to crush all Republican hope that Keystone XL will ever be approved while he is president during a town hall in South Carolina.
Sen. Bernie Sanders applauded the Senate today for sending the message that United States is listening to the scientific community on climate change by sustaining President Obama's veto of Keystone XL.
Senate Democrats have successfully blocked the Republican attempt to override President Obama's veto of Keystone XL.
While discussing the unveiling of the Middle Class Prosperity Project along with Rep. Elijah Cummings (D-MD), Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) ripped Congress for wasting months on passing Keystone XL for an oil company and shutting down DHS while the middle class gets screwed.
The Republican passed Keystone XL will hit the president's desk Tuesday morning. Obama is expected to quickly and quietly veto the bill in order to keep the heat on Republicans as the shutdown of the Department of Homeland Security looms.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell campaigned on forcing the president to bend to the will of Republicans, but it is the Kentucky senator who is now on bended knee asking Obama to reconsider his promise to veto the Keystone XL bill.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell responded to Democrats successfully filibustering the Keystone XL bill by practically begging Democrats to allow the bill to move forward.
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) delivered the cold hard truth to Senate Republicans. Sanders told them that they were wasting their time trying to pass a bill to authorize Keystone XL.
On the eve of the State Of The Union, Republicans were hit with more bad news as 61% of those surveyed in the latest ABC News/Washington Post poll supported President Obama's position on Keystone XL.
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) has forced Senate Republicans into a potentially embarrassing vote on whether or not climate change is real. Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) that the Senate will vote on the Sanders climate change amendment to the Keystone XL bill.
Senate Democrats and Independents are pushing back hard on Keystone XL. Independent Sen. Bernie Sanders has kicked off the Democratic counter by filing a climate change amendment to the bill authorizing the construction of the pipeline.
Senate Republicans have the 60 votes that they need to initially pass the Keystone XL pipeline, but they don't have the votes needed to overcome an Obama veto, and they lack a clear Plan B to get the pipeline authorized.