Sen. Dick Durbin said a new authorization of military force is "long overdue."
Dems focused on pocketbook issues, GOP talking about getting Senate back to work again.
“I’m not doing any hypotheticals if we lose because I don’t think we are,” he told reporters.
Republicans are putting together an agenda in case they win control of the Senate.
Senate Republicans are brimming with confidence they will be in the majority next year.
"Security enhancements" are being made around the Capitol complex.
Reid, though, said lawmakers should pass legislation to accelerate aid to moderate rebels.
An aide says McConnell is not necessarily calling for a vote by Congress.
“I’m inclined to not rush in to anything,” he told reporters before a meeting with Obama.
The question of whether to hold a vote is cutting across party lines.
Administration officials will brief senators on Wednesday and House lawmakers a day later.
He called immigration move "cynical" because Obama "isn't saying he'll follow the law."
The senator questioned whether Obama is taking the ISIS threat seriously.
Obama’s plan to win international climate change accord is making vulnerable Dems nervous.
Obama's visits to some states aren't comfortable for all Democrats.
Meeting with FBI officials, Holder promised to lead a "thorough and fair" investigation.
Feinstein has repeatedly battled the administration on a string of issues.
The senators are trying to avoid an ethanol landmine in Iowa.
Chambliss rejected calls that Brennan should resign.