John Hickenlooper launched his campaign for the U.S. Senate Thursday, one week after ending his bid for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination.
Former Colorado governor John Hickenlooper officially ended his presidential campaign Thursday, possibly pivoting to a run for U.S. Senate.
2020 Democratic presidential candidate John Hickenlooper is in talks with campaign staff and other Democratic power players about ending his run for the White House to pursue a U.S. Senate seat in Colorado.
Since he exacerbated the Senate’s status as a legislative graveyard, few should trust Harry Reid’s prescription for fixing a self-inflicted problem.
Top Democrats are calling on Mitch McConnell to cancel the Senate’s August recess in light of the two mass shootings that occurred this week.
A former aide to U.S. Sen. Maggie Hassan (D-N.H.) pled guilty to assisting in computer hacking and attempted evidence tampering for a fired colleague.
Despite Pelosi’s best efforts, the House voted on a resolution to oppose the boycott Israel movement — and its bipartisan support was overwhelming.
Nearly 40 percent of all votes in American history to filibuster judicial nominees have occurred since President Trump took office.
As one of the Senate’s last true moderates, Democratic Sen. Kyrsten Sinema bucks her leftist-leaning party in favor of common sense.
Blocking funds for 9/11 responders because of concerns of fiscal responsibility is the most Rand Paul thing ever, and he should stop.
Kentucky Democratic Senate candidate Amy McGrath raised more than $2.5 million in the first 24 hours of her campaign against Mitch McConnell. The people who donated may as well have lit their money on fire.
Vice President Joe Biden defended his remarks about working with segregationist senators: ‘Apologize for what?’
Americans in 1913 showed by their votes they had forgotten the purpose of the Framers’ design for the Senate. We today, by and large, have even forgotten that generation’s forgetting.
The fusion of populism and conservatism as a workable and ideological political movement is emerging in the actions of two newly elected senators: Rick Scott and Josh Hawley.
The idea of an executive branch or SCOTUS nominee being confirmed by a Senate controlled by the opposing party may very well be dead.
I am concerned with long-term consequences: the Senate’s ability to protect the rights of those with minority viewpoints, and to check an unruly majority and an overly empowered executive.
To say the U.S. can do better is one thing. To say American culture is a unique purveyor of racism and misogyny, as Biden does, is historical illiteracy.
‘The aspirations of the proposal have been called radical and extreme. But mostly they are ridiculous,’ Lee said.
Senator Ernst joins the Federalist Radio Hour to discuss her recent policy proposals, and the 2020 Democrats swinging through her state of Iowa.
Can senators amend a resolution of termination under the National Emergencies Act? Yes.
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