“This is not your typical political scandal. There were no dead bodies at Watergate.”
But bipartisan legislation needed, supporters say, to ensure lands remain accessible to sportsmen.
Lawmakers Worried About Ground Troops, Lack of ‘Comprehensive Plan’ in Obama Request to Ramp Up ISIS Fight
What qualifies as an "enduring" battle?
Arkansas argues EPA’s actions will give it “unfettered regulatory jurisdiction” over most of the water in state.
"It has never been true that in order to sympathize with the plight of immigrants... one must reject our constitutional system.”
Republicans say revelation one more strike against botched law.
GOP says it's unfair to businesses and workers, but Democrats argue new regulation will protect union rights.
Property supposed to be used to care for veterans instead houses baseball complex, bird sanctuary.
But Dems say GOP needs to stop grandstanding: “We don’t want to regulate a puddle,” Boxer said. “That’s ridiculous.”
But opponents say move will raise prices, hurt manufacturing.
But challenges remain as Alexander pushes for long overdue revision to education act.
Senate Homeland Security panel makes bill to aid businesses a priority.
Republican measure would limit the commission’s regulatory authority while many Dems want to treat Net like public utility.
But Republicans say changing Obamacare threshold will increase pay for millions.
Projects like a park in defense bill and home-district military equipment production the Pentagon doesn't need.
How scrapping earmarks has ballooned into more and more pork.
Republicans Use Constitutional Experts — and President’s Own Words — in Debate Over Immigration Decree
“This is not mass, blanket immunity for 5 million people,” argues National Immigration Law Center director.
But will video embarrassment trip up Democrat?
But most analysts still believe Democrat will win second term.
Perhaps, but Tennant hopes mining union will boost support.
Bus-ted: Grimes fends off "special treatment" charges as "no-show" McConnell explains committee absences.
He's enjoying his role as a top surrogate for the party this year more than he did running for president.
Democrat has been pointing to a 2003 speech in which Romney denounced a coal-powered facility.
With Romney set to stump for Capito, charges of hypocrisy fly in Mountain State.
Will he affect the thin margin between McConnell and Grimes?