(J. Scott Applewhite)
Reid may try to abolish the filibuster for judicial nominees and executive-branch appointments today. Here’s how it would actually work.
Swing and a miss. Here’s why.
(Andrew Harrer / Bloomberg)
The Senate goes nuclear.
Congressional GOP may be willing to let emergency unemployment benefits lapse on Dec. 31.
(Alex Wong / Getty Images)
Ezra Klein and Evan Soltas
The only thing worse than a Senate where the majority has the power to govern is one where it doesn’t.
While the House has gotten its act together, the Senate is now the dysfunctional body.
Chris Cillizza and Sean Sullivan
All politics is personal. And therein lies the problem with the two Senate leaders cutting a deal.