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Politics - U.S. Senate
Sep 19, 2019

After Resisting, McConnell and Senate G.O.P. Back Election Security Funding
Stung by the "Moscow Mitch" moniker, Mitch McConnell, the majority leader, threw his weight behind an infusion of $250 million for states to bolster election security.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Sep 19, 2019

House Approves Short-Term Spending Bill That Would Stave Off Shutdown
The bill, which the Senate is also expected to pass before funding lapses on Oct. 1, would extend funding for all federal government departments and agencies through Nov. 21.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Sep 18, 2019

As Trump Weighs Gun Safety Bills, Barr's Plan Draws Skepticism
Attorney General William P. Barr has floated a plan to expand background checks for gun buyers, but President Trump has yet to give it his blessing.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Sep 18, 2019

Joe Kennedy to Announce Bid for U.S. Senate
The Massachusetts congressman will officially announce on Saturday his plans to challenge the incumbent Senator Edward Markey.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Sep 18, 2019

Let the Lewandowski Circus Change Congressional Hearings Forever
Because the status quo is just terrible.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Sep 18, 2019

Joe Biden Believes in the Good Will of Republicans. Is That Naïve?
As he runs for president, Joseph R. Biden Jr. has trumpeted his ability to work with Republicans, including Mitch McConnell. Others in his party view that as antiquated and unrealistic.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Sep 18, 2019

Biden Believes in the Good Will of Republicans. Is That Naïve?
As he runs for president, Joseph R. Biden Jr. has trumpeted his ability to work with Republicans, including Mitch McConnell. Others in his party view that as antiquated and unrealistic.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Sep 18, 2019

Biden Thinks Working With McConnell Is a Plus. Is It?
As he runs for president, Joseph R. Biden Jr. has trumpeted his ability to work with Republicans, including Mitch McConnell. Others in his party view that as naïve.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Sep 18, 2019

Biden Managed to Work With McConnell. Many Democrats Weren't Pleased.
As he runs for president, Joseph R. Biden Jr. has trumpeted his ability to work with Republicans, including Mitch McConnell. Others in his party view that as naïve.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Sep 18, 2019

Why an Assault Weapons Ban Hits Such a Nerve With Many Conservatives
The premise of Trumpist populism is that the political preferences of a shrinking minority of citizens matter more than democracy.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Sep 17, 2019

Lawmakers Urge Aggressive Action From Regulators on Big Tech
Senators at a hearing pushed for assurances that the F.T.C. and Justice Department would provide vigorous oversight of the companies.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Sep 17, 2019

Corey Lewandowski's Testimony Before Congress: What to Expect
He is a witness to possible obstruction of justice. But when he goes before Democrats' impeachment investigation, Mr. Lewandowski's fierce loyalty to President Trump will also be front and center.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Sep 17, 2019

Mad About Kavanaugh and Gorsuch? The Best Way to Get Even Is to Pack the Court
Their lifetime appointments cry out for Democratic hardball.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Sep 16, 2019

Answers to Reader Questions on Our Brett Kavanaugh Essay
The Times's deputy editorial page editor, James Dao, answers questions about how we handled an essay on the Supreme Court justice and a third accuser.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Sep 16, 2019

During Kavanaugh Hearings, Senator Alerted F.B.I. to New Allegation
A Democratic senator expressed concern last year that the F.B.I. was not following up on allegations against the Supreme Court nominee.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Sep 16, 2019

Senator Alerted F.B.I. to New Kavanaugh Allegation
A Democratic senator expressed concern last year that the F.B.I. was not following up on allegations against the Supreme Court nominee.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Sep 15, 2019

Schumer and Pelosi, Talking to Trump on Guns, Try to Sweeten the Deal
Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senator Chuck Schumer offered to attend a "historic signing ceremony at the Rose Garden" as part of their pressure for the president to back a House-passed bill.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Sep 14, 2019

Fearing ‘Spy Trains,' Congress May Ban a Chinese Maker of Subway Cars
A Chinese train maker, the world's largest, has contracts in Chicago, Los Angeles and Boston, but Congress may block it from securing any new contracts in the United States.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Sep 14, 2019

The Senate: Still Great at Deliberating, but Less So at Legislating
Today's Senate, devoted almost only to confirming the president's nominations, is hardly a hotbed of legislative activity. Members of both parties would like that to change.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Sep 13, 2019

Liz Cheney, Tart-Tongued Fighter, Is Warring With Rand Paul Over Who's Trumpier
Ms. Cheney, the No. 3 House Republican, has supplanted her father, Dick Cheney, as the most combative Cheney in Washington. She usually attacks Democrats, but not this time.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Sep 12, 2019

Senator Ben Sasse, Vocal Trump Critic, Goes Mum After President's Endorsement
The surprise endorsement has put Mr. Sasse, Republican of Nebraska, in an awkward spot. But it will help fend off his primary challenger.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Sep 12, 2019

Amid Bipartisan Outcry, White House Agrees to Release Ukraine Aid
Two lawmakers said the administration would release $250 million, which is intended partly to train and equip Ukrainian forces defending against Russian incursion.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Sep 12, 2019

A Strong Bipartisan Path to Tackle Gun Violence
A red flag law will reduce bloodshed and respect the rights of gun owners.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Sep 11, 2019

Divided Democrats Step Back From Assault Weapons Ban
Democrats in Congress have made a calculated decision not to call for a ban to be included in an emerging package of gun control measures.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Sep 11, 2019

How Biden and Warren Split on Health Care, Immigration and the Economy
Former Vice President Joe Biden and Senator Elizabeth Warren will face off for the first time at Thursday's debate. Here's how they differ on key issues.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Sep 10, 2019

A Q&A With Jon Ossoff, Who Wants to Turn Georgia Blue
Two Senate seats will be up for grabs in Georgia in 2020, and Mr. Ossoff is the highest-profile Democrat to enter the ring so far. Can he improve on Stacey Abrams's playbook?

Politics - U.S. Senate
Sep 10, 2019

Can Jon Ossoff Help Turn Georgia Blue?
Two Senate seats will be up for grabs in Georgia in 2020, and Mr. Ossoff, who narrowly lost a congressional race two years ago, is the highest-profile Democrat to enter the ring so far.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Sep 10, 2019

Pelosi Energizes Battle to Lower Drug Prices
Speaker Nancy Pelosi's draft plan to allow the federal government to negotiate the price of hundreds of drugs will add new urgency to Washington's effort to fight rising prescription costs.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Sep 10, 2019

Pelosi Enlivens Battle to Lower Drug Prices
Speaker Nancy Pelosi's draft plan to allow the federal government to negotiate the price of hundreds of drugs will add new urgency to Washington's effort to fight rising prescription costs.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Sep 10, 2019

Senate Democrats Try to Corner Republicans on Border Emergency
Democrats want a second vote on ending the emergency, a move meant to force Republicans to choose between rejecting a border wall or endorsing a plan to divert funding from projects in their states.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Sep 10, 2019

Democrats to Force Another Vote to End Trump's National Emergency at the Border
The move is designed to force Senate Republicans to choose between rejecting Mr. Trump's border wall or endorsing his plan to divert funding from projects in their states.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Sep 10, 2019

Elizabeth Warren Continues to Persist
But does she have Trump's number? And what is going on with him anyway?

Politics - U.S. Senate
Sep 09, 2019

Jon Ossoff Will Run for Senate in Georgia
Mr. Ossoff, a former documentary filmmaker who nearly flipped a conservative House district in 2017, will run in one of two Senate races in the state next year.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Sep 09, 2019

Staring Down a 3-Week Deadline, Congress Braces for Another Brutal Funding Fight
With senators convening Tuesday to hash out 2020 spending, the race to reconcile must-pass bills to avert a shutdown is particularly tense.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Sep 09, 2019

Bernie Sanders Went to Canada, and a Dream of ‘Medicare for All' Flourished
The Vermont senator has staked his presidential campaign, and much of his political legacy, on transforming health care in America. His mother's illness, and a trip he made to study the Canadian system, help explain why.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Sep 09, 2019

Pelosi and Schumer, in Push for Gun Safety Legislation, Urge Trump to Defy N.R.A.
In a letter, the top two Democrats in Congress called on the president to expand background checks to nearly all gun buyers.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Sep 07, 2019

Arizona G.O.P. Leader Said Party Would Stop Mark Kelly ‘Dead in His Tracks'
Mr. Kelly, a Democrat running for United States Senate, is married to Ms. Giffords, the former congresswoman who survived a gunshot to the head in a 2011 attack.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Sep 07, 2019

Biden Wants to Work With ‘the Other Side.' This Supreme Court Battle Explains Why.
In the clash over Robert H. Bork's nomination, Joe Biden's moderate instincts defined a winning strategy.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Sep 06, 2019

With Voters Watching, Tough-Talking Diplomat Strikes Softer Tone in Kansas
The question of whether Secretary of State Mike Pompeo will run for Senate in Kansas "hangs over the race a little bit," said the leading Republican candidate.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Sep 05, 2019

Doug Collins, Defending Trump in Impeachment Inquiry, Seeks Georgia Senate Seat
An ascension of Mr. Collins, a congressman from Georgia, could elevate some of the president's closest allies in the House.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Sep 05, 2019

‘Steve Bullock Is the Most Important Person on the Planet'
Hear me out.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Sep 05, 2019

Are Democrats Throwing Away the Senate?
And should we blame economists for income inequality in America?

Politics - U.S. Senate
Sep 04, 2019

Pentagon Lists Projects That Will Be Delayed to Fund Border Wall
Nearly every facet of military life — from Oklahoma to Puerto Rico to Germany — will be affected by the transfer of $3.6 billion from 127 projects.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Sep 04, 2019

Pentagon Lists Projects That Will Be Delayed by Border Wall
The projects would affect nearly every facet of military life, from a canceled dining center in Puerto Rico to a small arms firing range in Oklahoma, to an elementary school in Germany.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Sep 04, 2019

That Assault Weapon Ban? It Really Did Work
Since the ban was lifted in 2004, gun massacres involving military-style weapons are way up.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Sep 03, 2019

Manchin Won't Run for West Virginia Governor; Will Stay in Senate
Joe Manchin III is a rare breed in the Senate: a moderate Democrat.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Sep 03, 2019

Manchin Decides Against Running for Governor of West Virginia, and Will Stay in the Senate
Joe Manchin III is a rare breed in the Senate: a moderate Democrat

Politics - U.S. Senate
Sep 03, 2019

Will Trumpism Take Deeper Root in New Hampshire?
Corey Lewandowski, President Trump's former campaign manager, sounds a lot like his boss as he weighs a run for Senate. Some Republican state leaders are shuddering.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Sep 02, 2019

Why Has Trump's Exceptional Corruption Gone Unchecked?
"Drain the swamp" suggests that all political corruption is the same. It isn't, and the distinctions matter.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Sep 01, 2019

Texas Shooting Brings New Urgency to Gun Debate in Congress
After shootings in Dayton and El Paso last month, the issue was already expected to top the agenda when lawmakers return from their recess next week. Now the pressure has intensified.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Sep 01, 2019

In Republican-Leaning Districts, Lawmakers Shy Away From Broaching Impeachment
A key group of lawmakers in Republican-leaning districts are staying cautious, and many of their constituents — even impeachment supporters — appear to tolerate that.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Aug 31, 2019

Both Parties See Control of the Senate as Pivotal. Here Are the Key Races They're Watching.
Republican-held seats in Arizona, Colorado, Maine and North Carolina are top targets for Democrats but both sides are keeping an eye out for wild cards.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Aug 28, 2019

Isakson to Resign From Senate Citing Health Reasons
Senator Johnny Isakson, Republican of Georgia, announced on Wednesday that he will resign from his seat at the end of the year.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Aug 28, 2019

Isakson to Resign From Senate, Citing Health Reasons
Senator Johnny Isakson, Republican of Georgia, announced on Wednesday that he will resign from his seat at the end of the year.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Aug 27, 2019

Russia Bars 2 U.S. Senators From Entering Country Ahead of Congressional Trip
Two American senators critical of the Kremlin said that Russia had denied them visas to visit as part of a congressional delegation.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Aug 27, 2019

A Senator's Lake House vs. a Town Fighting Flooding
For years, there has been fierce debate over water levels at a popular lake. Senator James Inhofe, who has a vacation home there, took the matter to Washington.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Aug 26, 2019

The N.R.A. Has Trump. But It Has Lost Allies in Congress.
The Times analyzed every congressional grade the National Rifle Association has issued since 2008 and found that the group has fewer allies on Capitol Hill than it did 10 years ago.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Aug 23, 2019

Lessons on Law and Ethics From McConnell?
Readers react skeptically to the majority leader's Op-Ed defending the filibuster. Also: Planned Parenthood and a new Trump administration rule.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Aug 23, 2019

A Kennedy-Markey Primary? Massachusetts Is Jolted
With the state gripped by the possibility of another Kennedy campaigning for Senate, the incumbent is not backing down: "Oh, I'm running."

Politics - U.S. Senate
Aug 23, 2019

Don't Kill the Filibuster
Democracy isn't just about majority rule.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Aug 22, 2019

John Hickenlooper Will Run for Senate in Colorado, a Key Target for Democrats
With his announcement on Thursday, Mr. Hickenlooper instantly became one of the Democrats' best hopes in their quest to retake the Senate next year.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Aug 22, 2019

Mitch McConnell: The Filibuster Plays a Crucial Role in Our Constitutional Order
Democrats who want to change Senate rules for temporary political gain will rue the day, as they have before.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Aug 21, 2019

Trump's Waffling on Gun Control Confuses Legislative Picture
Senator Mitch McConnell, the Republican leader, is caught between some members of his party opposing gun legislation and others working with Democrats.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Aug 21, 2019

Pompeo Fuels Further Talk of Senate Race
Many Republicans hope the secretary of state, who met with prominent members of the party on Tuesday, will run for the Senate from Kansas.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Aug 20, 2019

Italy's Prime Minister Announces His Resignation
In an address to the Senate in Rome, Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte of Italy said he would offer his resignation to the president.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Aug 20, 2019

Senator Kirsten Gillibrand on Al Franken
We asked the Democratic presidential candidate how her decision to call for the resignation of a Senate colleague may have affected her campaign and her party.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Aug 19, 2019

Rethinking the Filibuster, and the Senate Itself
Readers react to an Op-Ed by former Senator Harry Reid calling for an end to the filibuster.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Aug 17, 2019

Joseph Kennedy III Said to Be Eying Edward Markey's Massachusetts Senate Seat
Mr. Kennedy, the grandson of Robert F. Kennedy, paid for a poll last month to test his prospects against Mr. Markey, a Democratic official said.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Aug 16, 2019

Is the Senate Really Not ‘Good Enough'?
Several high-profile Democrats would rather hold on to their low-polling presidential campaigns instead of running for the Senate. Has it lost its appeal?

Politics - U.S. Senate
Aug 16, 2019

Why Are These Democrats Too Good for the Senate?
Several high-profile Democrats would rather hold on to their low-polling presidential campaigns instead of running for the Senate. Has it lost its appeal?

Politics - U.S. Senate
Aug 15, 2019

John Hickenlooper to End Struggling Presidential Campaign
Mr. Hickenlooper has been seriously considering a run for the Republican-held Senate seat in Colorado, a major target for Democrats.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Aug 15, 2019

John Hickenlooper, Ending Presidential Bid, Will Give Senate ‘Serious Thought'
Mr. Hickenlooper's presidential campaign failed to gain traction. He is eyeing the Republican-held Senate seat in Colorado, a major target for Democrats.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Aug 14, 2019

Trump Weighs Action on Gun Control. But It's Still a Theoretical Discussion.
The president is facing pushback from gun rights advocates and some of his advisers. But he could follow his pattern of abruptly dropping the idea of doing something after talking about it for weeks.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Aug 13, 2019

John Hickenlooper Mulling Ending Presidential Bid to Run for Senate
Mr. Hickenlooper, who has remained near the bottom of the Democratic field, is in discussions to challenge Colorado's Republican senator, Cory Gardner.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Aug 13, 2019

The New Threat to Endangered Species? The Trump Administration
New rules will weaken the landmark law intended to save plants and animals on the brink.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Aug 13, 2019

Keeping Focus on Gun Bills, Democrats Urge McConnell and Senate to Act
Six prominent Democrats urge the Senate leader, Mitch McConnell, to take up bills the House already passed to extend background checks.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Aug 12, 2019

Democrats Want to Revive a Ban on Assault Weapons
But with Republicans in charge of the Senate and President Trump in the White House, an assault weapons ban has little chance of being signed into law before 2021.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Aug 12, 2019

Harry Reid: The Filibuster Is Suffocating the Will of the American People
To save our country's future, Democrats must abolish this arcane Senate rule.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Aug 12, 2019

Hate Crimes Are Slipping Through the Cracks
The mothers of Heather Heyer and Khalid Jabara want federal legislation to improve reporting.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Aug 12, 2019

The Republican Climate Closet
When will believers in global warming come out?

Politics - U.S. Senate
Aug 11, 2019

How to Stop Trump's Trade War Madness
Congress has the authority to limit the president's reckless endangerment of the economy.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Aug 11, 2019

After El Paso Shooting, Will Voters Revisit Beto O'Rourke?
The presidential candidate is back in the spotlight after a tragedy in a city that is core to his personal and political identity.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Aug 09, 2019

Past Flip-Flops Cloud Trump's Position on Background Checks
Whether the president's support is real or another momentary reversal will determine if Congress passes the first new federal gun control measures in years.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Aug 08, 2019

McConnell Expresses New Willingness to Consider Background Check Bill
The Senate majority leader did not back the legislation, but he said the chamber would consider it when lawmakers come back into session next month.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Aug 08, 2019

Trump Weighs New Stance on Guns Amid Changing Politics
The president is consulting allies about supporting expanded background checks. Mitch McConnell said the idea would be "front and center" when the Senate reconvenes.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Aug 08, 2019

Trump Weighs New Stance on Guns as Pressure Mounts After Shootings
The president is consulting allies about supporting expanded background checks. Mitch McConnell said the idea would be "front and center" when the Senate reconvenes.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Aug 08, 2019

Twitter Locks Out Mitch McConnell's Campaign for Posting Video of Protest
The campaign posted a video of people making violent threats against the majority leader in front of his Louisville home. Twitter said the video violated its policy.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Aug 08, 2019

Twitter Unlocks Mitch McConnell's Campaign Account After Pressure
The campaign posted a video of people making violent threats against the majority leader. Twitter said the video violated its policy, but restored the tweet after a review.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Aug 07, 2019

Why Doesn't America Know More About Gun Safety?
Congress can resolve an enduring problem: the lack of federal funding for research on guns.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Aug 07, 2019

U.S. Orders Freeze of Foreign Aid, Bypassing Congress
The Office of Management and Budget is reviewing the use of the money, suggesting that it could cut the funding entirely.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Aug 06, 2019

Senators Call on M.L.B. for More Transparency on Foul Ball Injuries
Senators Richard Durbin and Tammy Duckworth wrote a letter to Commissioner Rob Manfred urging him to release data on which seats at ballparks are most vulnerable to dangerous line drives.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Aug 06, 2019

How the El Paso Shooting Exposes the Rifts in Texas Politics
In areas like Sugar Land, Tex., a burgeoning multiethnic population and suburbanites repelled by President Trump are giving Democrats more hope.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Aug 06, 2019

‘Red Flag' Gun Control Bills Pick Up Momentum With G.O.P. in Congress
Republicans, seeking a response to this weekend's massacres, are coalescing around such bills to help law enforcement take guns from those who pose an imminent danger.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Aug 05, 2019

One Man Could Decide Washington's Response to Gun Violence: Mitch McConnell
After President Trump stopped short of a broad legislative response to the weekend's massacres, lawmakers in both parties said Mr. McConnell held the key.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Aug 05, 2019

Mitch McConnell and Rand Paul Are Recovering From Medical Procedures
Mr. McConnell fractured his shoulder while Mr. Paul had surgery to have part of his lung removed. Both senators are recovering in their home state of Kentucky, their teams said.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Aug 05, 2019

Mitch McConnell and Rand Paul Are Recovering From Medical Treatment
Mr. McConnell fractured his shoulder while Mr. Paul had surgery to have part of his lung removed. Both senators are recovering in their home state of Kentucky, their teams said.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Aug 05, 2019

Senators Urge Google to Give Temporary Workers Full-Time Status
Temps and contractors outnumber permanent employees at the company, allowing it to maintain labor flexibility and save money.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Aug 04, 2019

How Gun Control Groups Are Catching Up to the N.R.A.
The gun lobby has structural advantages and a Senate aligned with its stance. But activists have increased financing and grass-roots energy as they pursue their cause.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Aug 03, 2019

McConnell Promised to End Senate Gridlock. Instead, Republicans Are Stuck in Neutral.
The Senate, once known as "the world's greatest deliberative body," is operating as Senator Mitch McConnell would like: as an approval factory for President Trump's nominees.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Aug 01, 2019

Why Not Cory Booker?
He's winning the debates and he's great on paper. When will he catch on?

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