by Ari Phillips May 14, 2015
A group of seven Democratic senators have introduced legislation to establish a national renewable energy standard of 30 percent by 2030.
by Ian Millhiser Apr 23, 2015
Many Senate Republicans weren't simply asking the president to name someone who opposes one of his most important initiatives, they were asking him to name an attorney general who may be to the right of the guy that gutted the Voting Rights Act.
by Ian Millhiser Apr 16, 2015
Should Reid make a motion to proceed to a vote on Lynch, that will trigger the kind of labyrinthian sequence of votes on votes that can only exist in the United States Senate.
by Emily Atkin Apr 16, 2015
If the Senate has overall been so against climate action, then how did this motion pass?
by Sam P.K. Collins Mar 11, 2015
A new study confirms that Big Sugar has been influencing public policy since the 1950s.
by Emily Atkin Feb 11, 2015
Perhaps the most notable statement came from Sen. Roger Wicker (R-MS), who began his questioning by casting doubt on data from NASA showing 2014 to be the hottest year on record.
by Emily Atkin Jan 29, 2015
Even though both legislative bodies are expected to approve the bill, Obama has pledged to veto it.
by Emily Atkin Jan 23, 2015
The Senate was in session until midnight Thursday night.
by Patrick Smith Jan 9, 2015
Climate change is happening. But you wouldn't know that by looking at the members of the 114th Congress.
by Tiffany Germain - Guest Contributor, Kristen Ellingboe - Guest Contributor, Kiley Kroh Jan 8, 2015
Over 56 percent of Republicans in the 114th Congress deny the science behind human-caused climate change, according to an analysis by CAP Action.