“I refuse to believe that nothing more can be done,” Sen. Bob Casey (D-Pa.) said.
The senator said the 114th Congress should immediately pass a Terrorism Risk Insurance Act reauthorization.
Sen. Bob Casey (D-Pa.) said the public deserves to see a report on FIFA’s bidding process.
The post-election scramble tested members of both parties.
One of the last acts of the 113th Senate was to pass a resolution recognizing the 100th anniversary of the extinction of passenger pigeons.
The Senate confirmed more judges than any other modern Congress.
The senator called on the United States to lift its travel and trade embargo against Cuba.
The senators demanded Secretary of State John Kerry do more to protect religious minorities.
The Senate passed a bill that would allow Congress to plan for repairs at some federal facilities.
One of the most unproductive and least popular Congresses in history has gaveled to a close.