Senators say they will continue talks over the weekend to save an energy bill.
Senators on both sides of the aisle are working on legislation.
The Senate majority leader warned against a repeat of the Ebola panic of 2014.
Officials may have given “false declarations to federal courts," Sen. Grassley warned.
The flood of Freedom Caucus endorsements for Cruz comes at a pivotal moment.
"There are more and more things not to like," Sen. Chris Murphy said.
Democrats in Washignton think Bloomberg can't win, could only play spoiler.
Kirsten Gillibrand is calling on the government to prioritize research on the virus.
The legislation could be on the full Senate floor in as little as two weeks.
Several hurdles are in the way of completing a deal.
BALTIMORE — House Republicans are twisting the arms of their Senate colleagues.
"I assume that Ted Cruz is eligible," McCain says of his colleague.
Infrastructure improvements and rolling back regulations are among proposals.
GOP lawmakers laughed when Ryan said he had a promise from Reid.
“The president of the United States needs to step up and say OK, here’s the plan."
Republicans in the upper chamber are keeping their distance from the front-runner.
He mentioned several Tea Party candidates while talking about the mistakes of the past.
Top lawmakers from both parties succeeded in reaching a deal, but favored language eluded them.