When pressed over and over again, Republican Sen. Martha McSally of Arizona would not say on Tuesday whether she was proud of her support of President Donald Trump in her debate against Democratic opponent Mark Kelly.
Sen. Pat Toomey, the lone Republican holding statewide office in Pennsylvania, will not seek re-election and will not run for governor, he is expected to announce Monday.
President Donald Trump's nomination of Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court over the weekend is likely to further nationalize the fight for control of the Senate, with Republicans looking to defend a majority that was very much at stake well before Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died.
The US Senate failed to agree on language for a resolution honoring the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, a sign of how divided the chamber is over the Supreme Court vacancy.
"President Trump's nominee will receive a vote on the floor of the United States Senate," Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said.
Top U.S. infectious diseases expert Anthony Fauci said on Thursday it is unlikely a COVID-19 vaccine will be ready by the end of October, but that it is not impossible.
With the political conventions behind us and Labor Day approaching, it's the time of year when down-ballot elections start to kick into high gear. At the start of the 2020 cycle, the Senate wasn't expected to be all that exciting, with Republicans largely on defense in red states.
Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) is coming under fire from all sides for his investigations into the Obama administration and the Bidens.
US federal employees would be barred from using Chinese-owned mobile video app TikTok on government-issued devices under a bill that passed a US Senate Committee on Wednesday, as lawmakers feared the security of users' personal data.
Donald Trump was allegedly furious of Secretary of Defence Mark Esper's decision to ban the Confederate flag from being flown on US military bases, according to anonymous sources who claim knowledge of his reaction.
Republicans in the Senate are roundly dismissing President Donald Trump's call to withhold more federal aid from schools that remain shuttered during the coronavirus pandemic, the latest sign of a split between the White House and the GOP over their party's response to the public health emergency.
Republicans are scrambling to defend both of their Senate seats in Georgia as signs of trouble pile up for President Trump in the state.
Democratic Senate candidates, spurred by anger at President Donald Trump and hope that the party could take back the Senate, have posted massive second quarter fundraising numbers this month, distressing Republicans who now fear November's election could be devastating.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell weighs in on the coronavirus pandemic, call to rename military bases and police reform legislation on ‘The Daily Brief...
U.S. President Donald Trump retweeted a video showing one of his supporters in Florida shouting "white power" at protesters of his administration, drawing rebukes from allies and adversaries as protests continue in the aftermath of George Floyd's death.
Schumer said the "real unanswered question" is "why did the president and Mr. Barr do it?"
A little more than three months ago, as Democrats cast their ballots in the Nevada caucuses, Republicans felt confident about their chances in 2020. The coronavirus seemed a distant, far-off threat. Democrats appeared poised to nominate a self-described socialist for president. The stock market was near a record high. The economy was roaring. President Donald Trump looked well-positioned to win a second term, and perhaps pull enough incumbent Republicans along with him to hold the party's majority in the Senate.
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin will give their first report on the economic stimulus programs implemented by the $2.2 trillion CARES Act when they testify before the Senate Banking Committee on Tuesday.
Burr’s cellphone seized overnight in inquiry into claims he used private coronavirus briefing to sell stocks before market plunge
Dr. Anthony Fauci, a key member of the White House's coronavirus task force, plans to tell a Senate committee on Tuesday that the country risks "needless suffering and death" if states open up too quickly, he told The New York Times late Monday evening.
Senator Tammy Baldwin, a Democrat from Wisconsin, is scheduled to take part in a hearing Tuesday with Dr. Anthony Fauci and several of the Trump administration's top health officials. She spoke to CBSN's Tanya Rivero about what she wants to find out, as well as the impact of the coronavirus at meatpacking facilities in her state, her conversations with the Biden campaign, and Wisconsin's special election scheduled for Tuesday.
Republican Sen. Roy Blunt of Missouri, a member of GOP leadership, said Wednesday he supports rapid coronavirus testing for members of the House and Senate in order to curb the disease from spreading from lawmakers to people in airports and back in their home states.
The Secretary of the Senate said Monday its office has "no discretion to disclose" records requested by presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden related to a sexual assault allegation made by a former staffer.
"I would certainly be in favor of allowing states to use the bankruptcy route," the Senate majority leader said.
U.S. President Donald Trump accused hospitals on Sunday of hoarding ventilators that are in scarce supply across the United States as the coronavirus spreads, adding any hospitals not using the devices must release them.
The Senate has reached a bipartisan agreement on a historic relief package for those suffering the economic effects of the coronavirus pandemic. The massive bill includes $2 trillion for workers and businesses, as well as people who have already lost their jobs. Nancy Cordes breaks down the contents of the massive stimulus bill.
The Senate has passed the $2 trillion stimulus package in response to coronavirus. Now, the bill moves on to the House.
Stock markets in the Asia-Pacific region diverged as investors weighed new developments related to the coronavirus pandemic, including the progress of an estimated $2 trillion stimulus package in the U.S.
Lawmakers struck a $2 trillion stimulus deal early Wednesday that includes sending checks directly to individuals amid the coronavirus crisis -- but it will likely take until at least May before the money goes out.
Senator of Kentucky who was seen at the Senate gym Sunday morning says he is feeling fine and is in quarantine