Senate Republicans are refusing to pass more aid to the American people during the pandemic and it is costing Donald Trump.
It is a week too late, but after Rand Paul exposed them all to coronavirus, Senate Republicans have canceled their weekly lunch.
Senate Democratic Leader Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-NY) where he blasted Republicans for fearing and not wanting to know the truth about Trump and Ukraine.
The politics of Donald Trump’s shutdown are beginning to worry some big-time Republican operatives.
Opinion polls show that while Trump has increased his approval ratings with Republican voters during the shutdown, he has lost significant ground with many important voting groups, such as independents and non-college educated white voters. These are both crucial demographics for a Republican presidential victory in 2020.
The Washington Post asked 57 Senate and House Republicans for an interview to discuss Trump and race, and only three agreed to speak to them.
The "skinny" repeal that is gaining steam may have a cute name, but it would cause a humanitarian crisis and leave millions of Americans without the care they need.
Every American wished Sen. McCain well when the sad news of his cancer diagnosis broke last week. When he returns to Washington on Tuesday, he should vote to return the favor.
Trump is so weak that a Republican Senator bluntly said that Trump doesn't scare anyone, not even Senate pages.
"These protests have been relentless," Maddow said. "They've had a huge victory just tonight."
The fight to stop Republicans from repealing the Affordable Care Act is far from over – and millions of Americans are still at risk of losing insurance and benefits that the current law provides.
"Gutting coverage, as this bill does, will lead to deaths due to lack of coverage, and the legislators who vote this in are mercenary murderers, contracted and paid for by the insurance companies and ultra rich," said Patriotic Millionaire Blaine Garst.
"The Founding Fathers in their wisdom wrote in the Constitution that we had to worry about foreign interference," Schumer warned on the Senate floor. "It’s happening now in a way that it has never happened before."
Supposed "maverick" John McCain is once again following his party in action, leaving a trail of principled rhetoric followed by now predictable party caves. Republicans claim they must resort to changing the filibuster rules to get Neil Gorsuch confirmed, and for this, they blame Democrats.
Republicans blocked amendments that would protect the “most popular and effective provisions” of the ACA, including some with no fiscal impact.
Some Republicans in Congress are working to prevent Trump from carrying out a top campaign promise.
More than four months after he nominated Justice Garland, the President wrote an impassioned plea about why we must not let the highest court in the land become "political football" because to do so threatens the process of democracy.
If the slaughter of 20 school children didn’t sway Republicans to support sane gun safety laws, why would a protest by House Democrats?
92 percent of Americans support expanded background checks and 85 percent support preventing people on watch lists from buying guns; Republicans disagree.
Senate Republicans are getting hammered with a mountain of bad press from sea to shining sea for their refusal to even hold hearings for Chief Justice Merrick Garland, President Obama's Supreme Court nominee.