After learning the impeachment articles were headed their way on Monday, Senate Democrats appeared to be on different pages about the best way forward.
“If you don’t confront it, it’s going to become worse,” said Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison.
After Wednesday’s invasion of the Capitol, the senior law-enforcement officials responsible for protecting Congress are losing their jobs.
The ad blitz comes ahead of the Dec. 14 start date for early voting in the runoff elections, which will decide which party controls the U.S. Senate after election day on Jan. 5.
Sen. Chuck Schumer, along with several other Democrats, asked FBI Director Christopher Wray in a letter to include details about the role of foreign actors in "amplifying QAnon."
For decades, the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons has served as a resource for conservative lawmakers who want to pretend science is wrong.
Two Senate runoffs in Georgia means the center of the political universe will shift South no matter how the presidential race ends.