Democrats are turning up the pressure as Americans across the country are demanding to see Trump's tax returns after his summit fiasco with Putin.
One of the few allies that Trump has in the Senate, Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-UT) has announced his retirement.
According to the Republican senator, alleged child molestation is A-okay so long as a sufficient number of years pass before you're caught.
As the Senate Finance Committee was marking up the Republican tax cut bill, Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-OH) caused Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-UT) to explode with rage by telling Republicans that this tax cut isn't really for the middle class. It's for the rich, and Republicans should drop the sarcasm and tell the truth about the tax cut.
Republicans are leaping to defend Mueller as concerns grow that Trump may try to fire him.
Sen. Orrin Hatch is reportedly planning to retire before the end of his term, and Mitt Romney is going to run for his seat in Utah.
The GOP senator said the ideas spewed by the alt-right marchers "have no place in a civil society."
Trump's announcement of a transgender military ban has gone over like a lead balloon among his fellow Republicans who are opening breaking with their president on the policy.
Orrin Hatch (R-UT) doesn't know what's in the Senate health care bill he's going to vote for either, so he's just as much a victim of Republican hubris as you, except he will get to keep his Obamacare and of course he has access to the bill. But still. In a world where it's your fault that Republicans hate you, you can understand how Hatch is the victim.
Senate Republicans unilaterally changed the committee rules to jam through Trump nominees Tom Price and Steven Mnuchin without Democrats being present.
Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-UT) and called Democrats idiots after Democratic Senators successfully boycotted and held up votes on two Trump nominees.
"Do you think ... if your family has not made hundreds of millions of dollars of contributions to the Republican Party, that you would be sitting here today?"
If I have a cause as a contributing writer to PoliticusUSA, it is to expose the ongoing and relentless attempts to render the Postal Service as a largely irrelevant errand boy for giant for-profit corporate interests.
It is getting absurd to have Republicans serving in Congress when they have no intention of doing the work the people sent them to Washington to do.
The Republicans "new" plan to replace the ACA brings back everything that was wrong with the old system and they found away to make things even worse.
The Senior Senator from Utah is endangering lives by putting his personal gain before the public's health.
The south is becoming more and more socially progressive, which is leading to an educated populace that should no longer be stereotyped.
Today, we take a close look at the Senate Finance Committee and their relentless and unfair attempts to discredit the Affordable Care Act
Why do the gays and lesbians from Log Cabin endorse ENDA and vote Republican? Isn't the GOP the same party that wants to stop ENDA in its tracks?