United States Senate
The Senate might not have enough time to get trade and national security bills done.
Republicans are planning to move forward with an Iran sanctions bill this week.
The incoming Senate majority leader is bringing back five-day workweeks.
The hearing, chaired by Sen. Harkin, will be Congress's first on the outbreak.
There has been bipartisan concern over the qualifications of some of Obama's picks.
Senators drilled Obama's nominee to lead the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission on Tuesday.
Sen. Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) has no plans to take up the fast-track bill.
In the Senate's last act for the week, Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) filed a motion to end...
James's nomination was caught up in the battle over the filibuster.
McConnell's campaign is arguing the focus should be on serious issues.
The lobbying arm of The Humane Society has taken out $100,000 in online ads in its quest to get a...
President Obama late Sunday joined Vice President Joe Biden and a group of Republican senators at...
Senator claims the Udall-Vitter bill was created by those it would regulate.
The Jones Act requires goods to be shipped btween U.S. ports on U.S. ships.
After Tuesday's election, Keystone backers emerged with 61 Senate votes.
Independent Sen. Angus King of Maine might be the most important senator after the midterms.
Both chambers seem to be competing for a dubious prize as the midterm elections approach.
Some House Democrats are frustrated with their Senate counterparts.
GOP seeks to get around the frequent Democratic ban on considering amendments.
Reid offered a deal on Tuesday that would keep the Senate from working over the holidays.
The "nuclear option" clears the way for confirming Obama's three nominees.
Sens. Collins (Maine) and Murkowski (Alaska) were the GOP votes to end filibuster.
The blocking of two nominees Thursday has Democrats talking about changing Senate rules.
Important and not-so-important (see: Norris endorsement) campaign items from over the weekend: New...