by Alan Pyke Mar 10, 2016 Updated: Mar 10, 2016
A week before the final negotiations over debt relief for for-profit college victims, most of the Democrats in the Senate just made a personal appeal to President Obama to get his bureaucrats in line.
by Kristen Ellingboe - Guest Contributor & Ryan Koronowski Mar 8, 2016
Fossil fuel industry campaign contributions to climate deniers jumped by roughly $10 million in the last year.
by Judd Legum Feb 23, 2016
His seat could be empty for a year or longer.
by Ian Millhiser Feb 22, 2016
Cracks are forming ... maybe.
There’s a dauntingly long list of potential nominees.
by Josh Israel Feb 19, 2016
He and Chuck Grassley try to spin an Obama nomination to the Supreme Court as a scheme by Democrats to "rob voters of chance to replace Scalia"
by Josh Israel Feb 18, 2016 Updated: Mar 1, 2016
Most of the 54 Senate Republicans have already made it clear that think his seat should remain vacant until 2017 so the next president can make the determination
by Ian Millhiser & Bryan Dewan Feb 17, 2016
The United States Senate is only marginally more democratic than the British House of Lords.
by Josh Israel Feb 16, 2016
"There’s a strong likelihood that at least one of them will leave the bench, which means that Obama, if reelected, will likely be able to replace one of them with a liberal."
by Scott Keyes Feb 16, 2016
One GOP senator willing to tell it like it is.