Politicians have played a role in applying pressure on the Redskins to change their name.
Lawyers said the team continues to have rights over the logo that doesn't include "Redskins."
Officials said the registrations were disparaging to Native Americans.
"The name will change, and justice will be done," the Democratic leader said.
The Senate majority leader and the NFL have been fighting over the name for months.
A left-leaning advertising firm had attacked the ice cream company.
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Sen. Maria Cantwell (D-Wash.) said Thursday that lawmakers’ calls to change the name od the...
The 50 Dems sent a letter to NFL commissioner Roger Goodell on Thursday.
The Calif. Dem compared team's name to controversial remarks by Los Angeles Clippers owner.
“Snyder has to realize, he is on the losing side of history," Reid said.
The team cites "what we are hearing from Native Americans" in a statement sent to The Hill.
Sen. Mark Warner and his GOP opponent want no part in the Redskins’ controversial dispute.
The panel will decide to act after the team goes through the formal appeals process.
A lawyer for the Redskins said the team is confident it will win on appeal.
The office ruled the trademark is disparaging and must be cancelled.
In April, an American billionaire and owner of a West Coast-based National Basketball Association...
Del. Eni Faleomavaega (D), the American Samoa's non-voting representative in Congress, on Wednesday...
The Redskins owner urged Reid to attend before he criticizes the team.
The NFL said it respects opinions of senators who called for change to Redskins name.
Rep. Henry Waxman (D-Calif.) called Friday for the House Energy and Commerce Committee to hold a...
McCain's home state has one of the largest Native American populations in the U.S.
There's a 31 percent gap between the parties.
Reid called team owner Dan Snyder "shortsighted on this."