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Politics - U.S. Senate
May 30, 2020

Kris Kobach Is Back, and a Kansas Senate Seat May Be Up for Grabs
Mr. Kobach's polarizing presence in a race in a reliably Republican stronghold has party leaders worried that Kansas will become a high-stakes battleground for control of the Senate.

Politics - U.S. Senate
May 29, 2020

Congress Plans Hearings on Racial Violence and Use of Force by the Police
A top Democrat said the House would likely weigh a federal chokehold ban as leaders in the House and Senate announced hearings on race and policing.

Politics - U.S. Senate
May 29, 2020

Inside an Extraordinary G.O.P. Event: ‘Pressing Flesh and Kissing Babies' Again
At the South Carolina event, attended by Senators Lindsey Graham and Tim Scott, there were few masks and no social distancing — and that was the point.

Politics - U.S. Senate
May 29, 2020

Congress Calls State Dept. Officials for Interviews in Expanded Pompeo Inquiry
Lawmakers are investigating whether Secretary of State Mike Pompeo urged President Trump to fire Steve A. Linick, the department's inspector general, to shield himself from Mr. Linick's inquiries.

Politics - U.S. Senate
May 28, 2020

Pompeo Releases Letter Clearing Him of Violating Law With Kansas Trips
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo also criticized Senator Robert Menendez, Democrat of New Jersey, who has opened an investigation into the firing of the State Department inspector general.

Politics - U.S. Senate
May 28, 2020

Trump Officials Consider Defying Congress to Sell More Weapons to Saudi Arabia
The administration has informed lawmakers that it intends to allow the sale of munitions worth $478 million to the kingdom, setting up a potential clash with Congress.

Politics - U.S. Senate
May 28, 2020

Millions Relying on Pandemic Aid Can See Its End, and They're Scared
Emergency programs have cushioned the shutdown's impact on workers and businesses and lifted the economy, but may not outlast the coronavirus crisis.

Politics - U.S. Senate
May 28, 2020

Does a Crisis Spur Political Unity? Not This Pandemic
Insults, accusations and shaming characterize the current political environment even as leaders must come together at some point.

Politics - U.S. Senate
May 28, 2020

House Overwhelmingly Approves Revisions to Small-Business Program
It remains unclear how the legislation will be reconciled with a similar proposal in the Senate.

Politics - U.S. Senate
May 28, 2020

House Overwhelmingly Approves Revisions to Small Business Program
It remains unclear how the legislation will be reconciled with a similar proposal in the Senate.

Politics - U.S. Senate
May 28, 2020

Senators Seek Answers on Coronavirus Protections at Guantánamo Bay
In a letter, they asked the Pentagon how the military is safeguarding troops and prisoners from an outbreak of Covid-19 given the base's limited health care facilities

Politics - U.S. Senate
May 27, 2020

Will President Trump Stand With Hong Kong?
Time is running out for the free world to speak up.

Politics - U.S. Senate
May 27, 2020

Rosenstein to Testify on Russia Inquiry to Panel Led by Trump Ally
The former deputy attorney general was a key part of the investigation. The hearing will also give Trump allies a prominent platform to attack it.

Politics - U.S. Senate
May 27, 2020

Can the Postal Service Survive the Pandemic?
What the coronavirus could mean for America's favorite government agency.

Politics - U.S. Senate
May 27, 2020

Republicans Think They Can Get Away With It. They Might Be Right.
The leaders of the governing party can't seem to stop doing and proposing unpopular things.

Politics - U.S. Senate
May 26, 2020

Republicans Plan to Sue Pelosi to Block House Proxy Voting During Pandemic
The suit to be filed by Representative Kevin McCarthy, the minority leader, opens a new front in Republicans' push to throw suspicion on Democratic efforts to make it easier to vote amid the pandemic.

Politics - U.S. Senate
May 26, 2020

Republicans Sue Pelosi to Block House Proxy Voting During Pandemic
The suit filed by Representative Kevin McCarthy, the minority leader, opens a new front in Republicans' push to throw suspicion on Democratic efforts to make it easier to vote amid the outbreak.

Politics - U.S. Senate
May 26, 2020

Justice Dept. Ends Inquiries Into 3 Senators' Stock Trades
Law enforcement officials told three senators that they would not be pursuing charges, but an investigation into trades by Senator Richard Burr of North Carolina appears to be proceeding.

Politics - U.S. Senate
May 22, 2020

White House Worries About Kelly Loeffler's Senate Prospects in Georgia
President Trump, concerned about his own outlook in the state, plans to stay on the sideline in a race where he favored a different choice for senator.

Politics - U.S. Senate
May 22, 2020

With Unemployment Expected to Reach 20%, Senators Take a Vacation
Facing a calamity on par with the Great Depression, they left without a new relief package in place.

Politics - U.S. Senate
May 22, 2020

Trump Takes Aim at a Watergate Reform: The Independent Inspector General
The idea after the Watergate scandals was to keep government honest. President Trump's goal seems to be to ensure its loyalty.

Politics - U.S. Senate
May 22, 2020

Flouting Norms, Trump Seeks to Bring Independent Watchdogs to Heel
The inspectors general system, a key post-Watergate reform to keep government honest, is coming under intense pressure by the president.

Politics - U.S. Senate
May 22, 2020

How the Trump Effect Could Lift Democratic Senate Candidates
Republican incumbents in swing states have struggled to disentangle themselves from President Trump, whose voters are loyal but represent a minority of the electorate.

Politics - U.S. Senate
May 21, 2020

Senate Approves John Ratcliffe for Top Intelligence Job in Sharply Split Vote
The congressman from Texas was confirmed by a divided Senate to take over an office at the center of the Trump administration's investigations of Obama administration officials.

Politics - U.S. Senate
May 20, 2020

G.O.P. Voters Back QAnon Conspiracy Promoter for U.S. Senate
Jo Rae Perkins won her primary campaign in Oregon as the QAnon conspiracy theory has continued to gain momentum in Republican circles.

Politics - U.S. Senate
May 20, 2020

Senate Panel, Urged On by Trump, Subpoenas Biden-Related Material
Republicans are using their Senate majority to try to uncover evidence of wrongdoing that President Trump believes is pivotal to his party's chances in November.

Politics - U.S. Senate
May 20, 2020

As Questions Grow Over His Activities, Pompeo Defends Firing of Watchdog
The secretary of state dismissed allegations including potential misuse of taxpayer resources as "crazy stuff," and he lashed out at a Democratic senator who opened an inquiry into the firing.

Politics - U.S. Senate
May 20, 2020

Trump Judges or Federalist Society Judges? Try Both
The group says it doesn't endorse nominees for public office. Say what?

Politics - U.S. Senate
May 19, 2020

Mnuchin and Powell Warn of Economic Scarring, and Offer Divergent Solutions
The Treasury secretary and Fed chair said economic damage could last. One prescribed rapid reopening, the other robust policy action.

Politics - U.S. Senate
May 19, 2020

Mnuchin and Powell Address the Future of the U.S. Economy
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and the Federal Reserve chair, Jerome H. Powell, offered stark assessments to the Senate Banking Committee about the economic damage the coronavirus outbreak has caused.

Politics - U.S. Senate
May 19, 2020

Watch Full Video: Mnuchin and Powell Testify Before the Senate
The Federal Reserve Chair, Jerome H. Powell, and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin faced the Senate Banking Committee about the government's emergency stimulus programs.

Politics - U.S. Senate
May 19, 2020

Watch Live: Mnuchin and Powell Testify Before the Senate
The Federal Reserve Chair, Jerome H. Powell, and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin face the Senate Banking Committee about the government's emergency stimulus programs.

Politics - U.S. Senate
May 18, 2020

Government Spending? In This Economy?
Congress is debating how much to allocate to economic relief. Every plan will require borrowing money the U.S. doesn't have.

Politics - U.S. Senate
May 18, 2020

Can Government Spending Save the Economy?
Congress is debating how much to allocate to economic relief. Every plan will require borrowing money the U.S. doesn't have.

Politics - U.S. Senate
May 16, 2020

Trump Ousted State Dept. Watchdog at Pompeo's Urging; Democrats Open Inquiry
The lawmakers said Steve Linick, the State Department's inspector general, had opened an investigation into Secretary of State Mike Pompeo's conduct.

Politics - U.S. Senate
May 16, 2020

Top Democrats Open Investigation Into Ouster of State Dept. Inspector General
The lawmakers said that they believed Secretary of State Mike Pompeo recommended Steve Linick's removal because he had opened an investigation into Mr. Pompeo's conduct.

Politics - U.S. Senate
May 16, 2020

Doctor to Congress and Supreme Court Toils to Sidestep Politics Amid Pandemic
Dr. Brian P. Monahan has found himself in the middle of politicized debates over how quickly to reopen the country and who should be testing for Covid-19.

Politics - U.S. Senate
May 15, 2020

McConnell's Rush to Protect Businesses Endangers Everyone Else
To reopen safely, companies need good, clear and mandatory guidelines, not immunity from liability.

Politics - U.S. Senate
May 15, 2020

With Move to Remote Voting, House Alters What It Means for Congress to Meet
The House's planned vote on Friday to allow lawmakers to work from afar will fundamentally change how Congress operates.

Politics - U.S. Senate
May 15, 2020

Congress Doesn't Need to Meet in Person
Lawmakers are just like the millions of other people who are working from home.

Politics - U.S. Senate
May 14, 2020

Your Questions: Voting by Mail, Tara Reade, Congressional Travel
It's time to open the mailbag.

Politics - U.S. Senate
May 14, 2020

District of Columbia Is Investigating Trump Nominee to Lead Media Agency
The announcement was a significant setback in the effort to quickly confirm Michael Pack, a conservative filmmaker President Trump has personally lobbied to install.

Politics - U.S. Senate
May 14, 2020

Senate Approves Surveillance Bill With Sharper Privacy Safeguards
The Senate voted to revive three F.B.I. tools for counterintelligence and counterterrorism investigations and amped up a House-passed proposal to bolster outside critics appointed to oppose wiretap requests in court.

Politics - U.S. Senate
May 14, 2020

Richard Burr Steps Back From Senate Panel as Phone Is Seized in Stock Sales Inquiry
The move is a major escalation in the investigation into the senator's sale of stocks that came as President Trump and other Republicans were playing down the threat of the coronavirus.

Politics - U.S. Senate
May 14, 2020

Richard Burr Steps Back From Senate Panel as Phone Seized in Stock Sales Inquiry
The move is a major escalation in the investigation into the senator's sale of stocks that came as President Trump and other Republicans were playing down the threat of the coronavirus.

Politics - U.S. Senate
May 14, 2020

‘The Window Is Closing': Dr. Rick Bright's Testimony to Congress
Dr. Rick Bright, the whistle-blower removed as the head of a federal research agency, told a House committee that the government's response to the coronavirus pandemic was still inadequate.

Politics - U.S. Senate
May 14, 2020

Watch Live: Dr. Rick Bright Testifies Before Congress
Dr. Rick Bright, the whistle-blower removed as the head of a federal research agency, is testifying before a House committee, and is expected to warn lawmakers to increase the country's coronavirus response.

Politics - U.S. Senate
May 14, 2020

Watch Full Video: Dr. Rick Bright Testifies Before Congress
Dr. Rick Bright, the whistle-blower removed as the head of a federal research agency, testified before a House committee and is expected to warn lawmakers to increase the country's coronavirus response.

Politics - U.S. Senate
May 14, 2020

As Unemployment Soars, Lawmakers Push to Cover Workers' Wages
Progressive and conservative lawmakers are increasingly pushing for the government to guarantee workers' incomes, signaling how profoundly the economic debate has shifted during the pandemic.

Politics - U.S. Senate
May 13, 2020

Senators Question Lower Relief Loan Amounts for Small Businesses
After learning that some small businesses received smaller loans than they asked for under the Paycheck Protection Program, three Democrats want more scrutiny of the banks.

Politics - U.S. Senate
May 13, 2020

Fed Chair Warns the Economy May Need More as Congress Hesitates
Jerome H. Powell pointed to potentially dire consequences if a lasting economic downturn is not averted with forceful policies.

Politics - U.S. Senate
May 13, 2020

On Politics: Fauci Speaks. Is the Government Listening?
A dire virus warning, and new wrangling over Trump's tax returns: This is your morning tip sheet.

Politics - U.S. Senate
May 12, 2020

A Spaniel, a Mute Button and Profound Matters of State
American democracy in the coronavirus era has gone digital or at least more distant, however fitfully and incompletely, as all three branches of government struggle to adapt to a new reality.

Politics - U.S. Senate
May 12, 2020

House Democrats Unveil $3 Trillion Pandemic Relief Proposal
The proposal was immediately rejected by Senate Republicans, who called it too large and far-reaching.

Politics - U.S. Senate
May 12, 2020

Top Science and Health Officials Offer Sobering View of Reopening Readiness
Despite progress on a vaccine, there is no guarantee it will be effective, experts said, and testing and contact tracing are still short of the levels needed.

Politics - U.S. Senate
May 12, 2020

Fauci Hearing: Who Were Those Masked (and Unmasked) Senators?
The proceedings, billed as Dr. Anthony Fauci's high noon, became a surreal pageant of dystopian government and politicized face wear.

Politics - U.S. Senate
May 12, 2020

Richard Fenno, Who Studied Congress Close Up, Dies at 93
His books broke new ground in political science, emphasizing politicians' interactions not in Washington but in their home districts.

Politics - U.S. Senate
May 12, 2020

At Senate Hearing, Government Experts Paint Bleak Picture of the Pandemic
The downbeat assessment of Drs. Anthony S. Fauci and Robert R. Redfield contradicted President Trump's growing insistence that the nation has put the coronavirus behind it.

Politics - U.S. Senate
May 12, 2020

‘I've Never Made Myself Out to Be the End All': Fauci and Paul Clash
In a tense exchange, Dr. Anthony S. Fauci and Senator Rand Paul argued over the impact of the coronavirus on children and the decision to reopen schools.

Politics - U.S. Senate
May 12, 2020

Health Experts Warn Against a Rapid Reopening of the Nation
Leaders of the Trump administration's coronavirus response testified to a Senate panel, and emphasized life-threatening consequences of reopening the country too early.

Politics - U.S. Senate
May 12, 2020

Watch Full Video: Fauci Testifies Before Senate
Dr. Anthony S. Fauci, a central figure in the response to the coronavirus pandemic, warned senators about the dangers of reopening the country too quickly.

Politics - U.S. Senate
May 12, 2020

Watch Live: Fauci Testifies Before Senate
Dr. Anthony S. Fauci, a central figure in the response to the coronavirus pandemic, is expected to warn senators about the dangers of reopening the country too quickly.

Politics - U.S. Senate
May 12, 2020

Fauci Plans to Use Hearing to Warn of ‘Needless Suffering and Death'
Dr. Anthony S. Fauci, the nation's top infectious disease expert, is scheduled to testify on Tuesday before the Senate Health Education, Labor and Pensions Committee.

Politics - U.S. Senate
May 11, 2020

G.O.P. Split Over State Aid That Could Mostly Go to Democratic Strongholds
With governors and mayors pressing for more federal help to deal with the effects of the pandemic, a divide among Republicans is being driven by the political bent of the states that stand to benefit.

Politics - U.S. Senate
May 11, 2020

More Aid to States? That May Depend on Their Political Hue
With governors and mayors pressing for substantial federal help to deal with the effects of the coronavirus pandemic, Republicans are divided, with some reluctant to help Democratic strongholds.

Politics - U.S. Senate
May 11, 2020

Fauci, Other Witnesses and Chairman Are Quarantined, but Hearing Must Go On
Tuesday's hearing before the Senate Health Committee will be a chance for Dr. Anthony S. Fauci and other top health experts to speak to lawmakers, albeit by video, without President Trump nearby.

Politics - U.S. Senate
May 09, 2020

Hospitals Struggle to Restart Lucrative Elective Care After Coronavirus Shutdowns
The nation's medical centers were forced to stop offering many surgeries, and sustained severe financial losses. Reopening is a daunting task amid the threat of more infection.

Politics - U.S. Senate
May 09, 2020

As Job Losses Mount, Lawmakers Face a Make-or-Break Moment
The United States just lost 20 million jobs. The wrong federal response could make those layoffs a permanent fixture of the U.S. economy and sentence thousands of companies to bankruptcy.

Politics - U.S. Senate
May 07, 2020

Tara Reade Says Joe Biden Should Withdraw From Presidential Race
In an interview with Megyn Kelly, Ms. Reade, who has accused Joseph R. Biden Jr. of sexual assault, said he "should not be running on character." Mr. Biden has denied the allegation.

Politics - U.S. Senate
May 07, 2020

Tara Reade Says Biden Should Withdraw From Presidential Race
In an interview with Megyn Kelly, Ms. Reade, who has accused Joseph R. Biden Jr. of sexual assault, said he "should not be running on character." Mr. Biden has vehemently denied the allegation.

Politics - U.S. Senate
May 07, 2020

Trump's Pick to Lead Navy Assails Past Leaders and Promises Change
Kenneth J. Braithwaite, a retired admiral nominated to be the Navy secretary, cited poor leadership in the service's handling of recent scandals and accidents.

Politics - U.S. Senate
May 07, 2020

Failing to Override a Veto, Senate Falls Short of Curbing Trump's Iran War Powers
The defeat of the measure allows President Trump to continue to act unilaterally on Iran, in defiance of Congress.

Politics - U.S. Senate
May 07, 2020

Jobless Aid Fuels Partisan Divide Over Next Pandemic Rescue Package
Democrats hope to extend a program that increased unemployment benefits by $600 a week. Republicans have criticized it as overly generous, creating a disincentive to work.

Politics - U.S. Senate
May 07, 2020

Senators Want to Know if Amazon Retaliated Against Whistle-Blowers
Democratic senators sent a letter to the company asking for more details after it fired four employees who raised health concerns about its warehouses.

Politics - U.S. Senate
May 07, 2020

His Day Job: Cory Booker's Top Aide. His Night One: E.M.S. Volunteer.
When coronavirus cases rose in New Jersey, Matt Klapper, a former firefighter and ambulance crew chief, answered a call for retired medical workers to help out.

Politics - U.S. Senate
May 07, 2020

A Poem About Changing Course
We swerve when we witness the truth, when we become aware. We shift gears and find our way.

Politics - U.S. Senate
May 06, 2020

Trump Vetoes Measure Demanding Congressional Approval for Iran Conflict
The president said the resolution was an "insulting" move to limit his powers as commander in chief.

Politics - U.S. Senate
May 06, 2020

Online Retailers Spend Millions on Ads Backing Postal Service Bailout
The coalition, which includes Amazon, plans to pour $2 million into ads opposing President Trump's call for higher package delivery rates and pressing for Congress to help the service.

Politics - U.S. Senate
May 06, 2020

As Hunger Swells, Food Stamps Become a Partisan Flash Point
Democrats are seeking to raise benefits as research shows a rise in food insecurity without modern precedent amid the pandemic. But Republicans have balked at a long-term expansion of the program.

Politics - U.S. Senate
May 06, 2020

Democrats Press Judicial Nominee, a McConnell Protégé, on Health Care Views
Judge Justin Walker seems headed for confirmation to an important appeals court despite concerns by critics that he would help unravel the Affordable Care Act.

Politics - U.S. Senate
May 06, 2020

A Socially Distanced Senate
The two chambers of Congress received the same medical advice about reconvening. They took different decisions.

Politics - U.S. Senate
May 06, 2020

Loeffler Got Lucrative Parting Gift From Public Company en Route to the Senate
The parent company of the New York Stock Exchange, which her husband runs, changed compensation terms to give Kelly Loeffler, a top executive, awards worth millions of dollars as she left for Congress.

Politics - U.S. Senate
May 05, 2020

Trump's Inspector General Pick Vows Independence From the White House
Brian D. Miller, the White House lawyer tapped to oversee the Treasury Department's $500 billion bailout, said he would not be influenced by political pressure.

Politics - U.S. Senate
May 05, 2020

‘I Won't Shade Intelligence for Anyone,' Ratcliffe Tells Senators
Representative John L. Ratcliffe, President Trump's pick to lead the nation's intelligence agencies, addressed a skeptical Senate at his confirmation hearing.

Politics - U.S. Senate
May 05, 2020

A $5 Billion Proposal to Fight Online Child Sexual Abuse
New legislation would try to curb the illegal imagery with record levels of funding for law enforcement. The bill, coming in response to a Times investigation, also calls for a new oversight position in the White House.

Politics - U.S. Senate
May 05, 2020

Senators Resume Business in Washington
The Senate returned for its first week of regular business, a move that Congress's top doctor said carried health risks.

Politics - U.S. Senate
May 05, 2020

Senate Panel Signals Support for John Ratcliffe as Intelligence Chief
His confirmation hearing was the first to employ social-distancing rules for senators since the coronavirus pandemic took hold.

Politics - U.S. Senate
May 05, 2020

Senate to Consider Trump's Pick to Lead Intelligence Agencies
The hearing for John Ratcliffe will be the first to employ social-distancing rules for senators since the coronavirus pandemic took hold.

Politics - U.S. Senate
May 05, 2020

Senate Weighs John Ratcliffe as Trump's Pick to Lead Intelligence Agencies
His confirmation hearing is the first to employ social-distancing rules for senators since the coronavirus pandemic took hold.

Politics - U.S. Senate
May 05, 2020

Republican Senate Panel Signals Support for John Ratcliffe as Intelligence Chief
His confirmation hearing was the first to employ social distancing rules for senators since the coronavirus pandemic took hold.

Politics - U.S. Senate
May 04, 2020

Lawmakers Ask I.R.S. to Help Companies That Keep Paying Health Benefits
A bipartisan letter took issue with guidance about a tax credit for retaining workers during the pandemic that was part of an economic rescue package.

Politics - U.S. Senate
May 04, 2020

Appeals Court Vacancy Is Under Scrutiny Ahead of Contested Confirmation Hearing
The chief judge of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit publicly advanced a call by a progressive group for an ethics investigation into the circumstances of a plum vacancy.

Politics - U.S. Senate
May 04, 2020

Senate Office Says It Can't Release Records Biden Requested
Joseph Biden, promising transparency, has asked for any potential records related to a sexual assault allegation against him by Tara Reade to be released. A Senate office says it is legally unable to do so.

Politics - U.S. Senate
May 04, 2020

Trump Ally Sees Easier Path to Intelligence Post in Second Attempt
Representative John Ratcliffe, an outspoken defender of President Trump, still faces questions about his partisanship and qualifications to be director of national intelligence.

Politics - U.S. Senate
May 04, 2020

The Cloud Forming Over America's Spies
A retired C.I.A. officer sees danger ahead for the independence and political impartiality of the 17 U.S. intelligence agencies if Trump's choice for director of national intelligence is confirmed.

Politics - U.S. Senate
May 01, 2020

Joe Biden and the Presumption of Innocence
Being heard is not, and should never be, the same thing as being believed.

Politics - U.S. Senate
May 01, 2020

Capitol Lacks Tests for Returning Senators While White House Tests Many in Trump's Circle
As senators prepare to return on Monday, Congress's doctor warned that he does not have the capacity to test all 100 for coronavirus. At the White House, the president and many of his aides are tested repeatedly.

Politics - U.S. Senate
May 01, 2020

Big Government? For Now, Most Americans Say Bring It On
Battered by the coronavirus, the American public is increasingly looking to the federal government to provide an economic lifeline, polls suggest.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Apr 30, 2020

Scrambling the Political Divide: ‘No Normal Recession'
When a Republican senator shops a stimulus plan that has more common ground with a leading progressive.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Apr 30, 2020

Democrats Assail McConnell for Bringing Senate Back Amid Pandemic
The majority leader's plan to reconvene next week carries dangers for lawmakers as well as workers at the Capitol, where many low-level employees are minorities and at greater risk from Covid-19.

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