De Leon Fails To Raise Big Money In Challenge To FeinsteinWith many early votes already cast and Election Day near, the 85-year-old Feinstein appears headed for a fifth full term in the seat she has held since 1992.
GOP Launches Full-Scale Save Kavanaugh Campaign Amid 2nd AccusationRepublicans thundered into an all-out campaign to save Brett Kavanaugh's Supreme Court nomination Monday as a second woman accused him of a long-ago sexual assault.
Trump Assails Kavanaugh Accuser, Ditching GOP StrategyPresident Donald Trump challenged the woman accusing his Supreme Court nominee of sexual assault by name Friday, saying that if the alleged attack was that "bad" then she would have filed charges.
Ford Lawyers Say She Is Open To Testifying Under 'Fair' TermsChristine Blasey Ford opened the possibility she would testify before Congress about her accusation of sexual assault against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.
Senators Grapple With Accusation Against Kavanaugh, DenialNowhere is gender politics thicker in the election season air than in the mannerly U.S. Senate as it considers what President Donald Trump's choice for the Supreme Court, Brett Kavanaugh, did or didn't do in high school.
Google Maps Temporarily Relabels Senate Office Building As McCain BuildingThe Senate has yet to make a decision about renaming the Russell Senate Building in honor of John McCain, but for a brief time on Wednesday, some Google Maps users could already get directions to the "McCain Senate Office Building."
Senate Passes Long-Stalled Bill To Address Sexual Harassment On Capitol HillThe Senate has passed its long-stalled legislation that would overhaul how sexual harassment complaints are made and handled on Capitol Hill and would hold members of Congress personally responsible for paying such settlements out of their own pockets.
Senate Passes Measure Repealing Changes To Net Neutrality RulesThe Senate voted Wednesday to pass a measure that would repeal changes to net neutrality rules that were recently adopted by the Republican-controlled Federal Communications Commission.
Democrats To Force Vote Wednesday On Net NeutralitySenate Democrats will force a vote Wednesday to repeal changes to net neutrality rules that were recently adopted by the Republican-controlled Federal Communications Commission.
Senators Introduce Bipartisan Legislation Protecting MuellerA bipartisan group of senators introduced legislation Wednesday that would make it harder for special counsel Robert Mueller to be fired for investigating Russian meddling in the 2016 election.
Historic Immigration Debate To Grip SenateThe Senate is set to begin debating immigration Monday evening, and in a rare occurrence for the upper chamber of Congress, no one is quite sure how that will go.
Elections Chief: Recount Unlikely To Change Alabama VoteRepublican Roy Moore has refused to concede Tuesday’s race to Democrat Doug Jones, who pulled off a stunning upset.
House, Senate Leaders Reach Deal On Tax PackageHouse and Senate GOP leaders forged an agreement Wednesday on a sweeping overhaul of the nation’s tax laws, paving the way for final votes next week.
Speier Introduces Proposal Tackling Sexual Harassment On Capitol HillA bipartisan group of lawmakers introduced legislation Wednesday that aims to overhaul the way sexual harassment is treated on Capitol Hill.
Senate Blocks Move To Overturn Obama-Era Rule On DrillingThe Senate on Wednesday failed in a bid to reverse an Obama-era regulation restricting harmful methane emissions that escape from oil and gas wells on federal land.