Senate to Vote on Trump-Backed Criminal-Justice Overhaul This Year
Here’s What Would Happen If There’s a Government Shutdown in December
U.S. Senate to approve tough sanctions on Saudi Arabia for the murder of columnist Jamal Khashoggi will slip into next year.
Senators Seek Path to Punish Saudi Prince for Khashoggi Killing
Senators received a classified briefing that they said convinced them that Prince MBS played a role in Khashoggi’s killing.
Senators are likely to consider a resolution that would restrict U.S. support for the Saudi military campaign in Yemen.
Trump Nafta Termination Vow Pressures Congress to Bless New Deal
GOP Senator to Block Confirmation of Trump Judicial Nominee
Pompeo and Mattis Defend Trump's Alliance With Saudi Leadership
Trump Demanding $5 Billion Border for Wall Funding, Shelby Says
Facebook has “a lot of explaining to do,” says Senator Chris Coons.
Senators question whether Facebook can regulate itself.
Grassley Says He’ll Become Chairman of Senate Finance Committee
Funding is set to end Dec. 7 for some federal agencies including the Department of Homeland Security.
Criminal Sentencing Bill's Prospects Uncertain, McConnell Says
No U.S. Government Shutdown Before Year's End, McConnell Says
Senators involved in drafting the new sanctions told aides in September to cancel their fall plans and focus on the bills.
Senate GOP Shuffles Leaders Under McConnell After Midterms
Trump and Pelosi Set Collision Course on Immigration Policy
Democrat Sinema Wins Arizona U.S. Senate Seat Long Held by GOP
Trump's Wall Demand May Spoil Congress's Plan for Speedy Exit