AOC: Nation Can Only Heal Once ‘Oppressed’ Southern States are ‘Liberated’

Her comments came during an Instagram live stream to her followers about the Capitol Hill riots and the effort to

The GOP’s Avoidable Defeat in Georgia

The loss of the Republican Senate would not have happened without the character flaws that have always been the principal

McConnell Criticizes $2,000 Stimulus Check Plan as Benefitting High-Earners

Married couples making between $150,000 and $200,000 a year, and in some cases up to $300,000 would still receive some

Sanders Threatens to Stall Defense Veto Override Until Senate Votes on $2,000 COVID Checks

Sanders cannot indefinitely hold up the override vote, currently scheduled for Tuesday, but he can delay it until the new

Loeffler Casts ‘Radical’ Warnock as Threat to the American Dream in Senate Runoff Debate

Georgia Republican Sen. Kelly Loeffler hammered her Democratic opponent Raphael Warnock in their debate Sunday as a radical liberal and

Raphael Warnock’s Checkered Past Under Scrutiny ahead of Georgia Senate Run-Off

Warnock has expressed support for Reverend Jeremiah Wright, President Obama’s former pastor, who has been criticized for anti-Semitic remarks.

The Barrett Vote: There’s Not a Good Reason for Mike Pence to Preside Over It

After being exposed to a COVID-infected staffer, why would the vice president sit in a windowless room with elderly senators

Boycott-Barrett Ploy Shows Difference Between Democrats and Republicans

It makes no sense to participate in the testimonial hearings that prove the nominee is highly qualified but then not

Barrett, Obamacare, and Severability . . . Again

Democrats don’t have much chance of derailing Barrett’s nomination, so they might as well use the high-profile hearings to campaign.

Senate Republicans Cast Doubt on COVID Relief Bill’s Prospects, Prompting White House to Consider More Executive Orders

Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell accused the Democrats of forcing unreasonable demands.

Senate Adjourns Through Labor Day Without Reaching Coronavirus Relief Deal

Mitch McConnell said that if an agreement is reached while the Senate is adjourned, they will come back to vote

Senate Republicans Criticize GOP’s Own Coronavirus Relief Bill: ‘We Have Unity in Disagreement’

Senate Republicans criticized their party’s own coronavirus relief bill in public comments and during a private lunch with Senate GOP

GOP Senators Preparing $1.3 Trillion Coronavirus Aid Package to Counter House Dems’ Proposal

The GOP proposal will likely include aid to schools, hospitals, and businesses, along with liability protections for companies.

GOP Senators Ask FCC to ‘Clearly Define’ Section 230 Protections for Big Tech

They argue that the law has been abused and that social media companies favor certain political viewpoints.

Super PAC with ties to Georgia Senate candidate hides donors from primary voters

Image captured via Undivided Purpose Georgia Senate ad found on YouTube Note: Around an hour after this story was published,

The FEC is back, but challenges await the divided commission

(Sarah Silbiger/CQ Roll Call) The U.S. Senate confirmed Republican lawyer Trey Trainor to the Federal Election Commission over the objections

Majority of lawmakers in 116th Congress are millionaires

(Drew Angerer/Getty Images) The story is part of a series about lawmakers’ personal financial disclosures. OpenSecrets recently updated its personal

Incumbent Republicans losing fundraising advantage in toss-up Senate races

Sen. Susan Collins (R-ME) (Drew Angerer/Getty Images) The battle for the Senate is shaping up to be competitive — and

Trump Campaign Tells Jeff Sessions to Stop Making ‘Delusional’ Claim that He Has President’s Support

The campaign sent a letter to Sessions warning him not to portray the president as an ally in his effort

‘Dark money’ trail leads to GOP meddling in North Carolina Democratic primary

Senator Thom Tillis (R-N.C.) (Erin Schaff-Pool/Getty Images) Senate Republicans bankrolled a super PAC that spent millions attempting to take down

2020 Senate elections take focus following Trump acquittal

Senators Doug Jones, D-Ala., and Tina Smith, D-Minn., both face reelection in November. (Tom Williams/CQ-Roll Call, Inc via Getty Images)

Senate Rejects Efforts to Call Additional Impeachment Witnesses in 51-49 Vote

The Senate voted Friday evening to decline the calling of additional witnesses in President Trump’s impeachment trial, turning down Democratic-led