President Trump endorsed the Arkansas senator’s “no quarter” for rioters and looters. Democrats, meanwhile, considered a legislative response.
National political head winds are working against Republicans, who likely will have to wait at least two more years for their best shot to win the majority.
The former presidential candidate is leading a private company that will provide precise information to Democratic campaigns — data that could be critical in close elections.
New book illustrates why only 35 percent of Americans see the president as honest or trustworthy.
The reduced congressional schedule means Biden, if he wins, could avoid a lengthy bureaucratic process.
The Senate majority leader, who is up for reelection this year in Kentucky, said recent deaths by police are “disturbing chapters.”
The top House Republican said he didn’t serve with the MSNBC host and doesn’t “quite know” about the president’s claims involving the death of a staffer.
There will be no music from military bands, shouts from softball games or thunderous applause at the Memorial Day concert as the outbreak has silenced a slice of Washington.
The administration has blocked witnesses from testifying in the House on the coronavirus pandemic, with the president calling the House a “bunch of Trump haters.”
The Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee is seeking documents concerning Hunter Biden’s work for a Ukrainian energy company, Burisma.
The ultimatum from 29 Democrats stands to complicate plans to authorize defense spending for 2021.
Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) will replace Sen. Richard Burr (R-N.C.), whose cellphone was seized last week in a probe of stock sales he made before the coronavirus pandemic crashed global markets.