If you look closely, you'll find a lot of contradictions.
The senator bemoans the "cannabis crisis" he helped maintain by blocking the SAFE Banking Act.
Sen. Rand Paul says Republicans "have to give up the sacred cow" of military spending in order to make a deal that will address the debt ceiling and balance the budget.
They both share in their authoritarian desires to censor online speech and violate citizen privacy.
The site crashed because Swift is very popular, not because antitrust enforcement is too weak.
Social Security benefits will be cut automatically in less than a decade unless Congress shores up the program before it hits insolvency. Ignoring that is not a solution.
This week, a clip of Maryland Sen. Ben Cardin claiming that speech that espouses "hate" and "violence" is not protected by the First Amendment made the rounds on Twitter, sparking sharp backlash.
The prospects in the next session, when Republicans will control the House, are iffy.
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A rushed process once again created a bad result.
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Although both bills have broad bipartisan support, they never got a vote in the Senate and were excluded from the omnibus spending bill.
A compromise to cram crack sentencing reform into the year-end omnibus spending bill fell apart at the last minute.
Brad Raffensperger compares President Joe Biden and Sen. Raphael Warnock to Donald Trump.
The Senate majority leader is suddenly keen to pass legislation that he portrayed as a threat to broader reform.
Senator Warren wants to extend the financial surveillance state cooked up by drug warriors and anti-terrorism fearmongers to cryptocurrencies.
Faced with White House opposition, Sanders withdrew a resolution that would've challenged U.S. involvement in the Yemeni Civil War.
Long delays and management failures "allowed serious, repeated sexual abuse in at least four facilities to go undetected."
We should appreciate anything that shakes the confidence of both major parties.
Democrats had already retained their majority, but by keeping Warnock's seat, they gained even more power in the upper chamber to hinder Republican opposition.
This isn't something radical. It basically just affirms a status quo supported by the polls.
He wants election reforms in Georgia, different priorities for the national Libertarian Party, and plans to challenge Justin Amash—but maybe not how you'd expect.
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If passed, same-sex couples wouldn’t need to worry about Supreme Court precedents.
The Arizona Senate candidate who said "libertarianism doesn't work" is expected to come up short.
People with money on the line try harder than pundits to be right, and they adjust quickly when they've made a mistake.
As the race that may decide control of the Senate heads to a runoff, the third-party candidate is fielding criticism from both sides that he spoiled the race.
Voters told exit pollsters they had little confidence in the ability of either Fetterman or Oz to represent Pennsylvania.
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Even before his personal foibles became front-page news, the former football star was more like a caricature of a bad candidate.
The most jarring thing about Senate candidate J.D. Vance is how open he is about rejecting the rule of law.
Neither candidate in the crucially important Pennsylvania Senate race has made much of a positive case for his candidacy.
On Tuesday, the senator erroneously claimed that "free speech does not include spreading misinformation."
If the midterms favor Republicans, their top priority needs to be the fight against inflation—whether or not they feel like they created the problem.
The anti-immigrant tenor of the state's GOP candidates is keeping reasonable conversations about border security out of reach.
Like Arizona's Marc Victor, Erik Gerhardt is a potential spoiler in one of the nation's biggest Senate races. Unlike Victor, he's embracing the role.
Fetterman has auditory processing issues related to a stroke in May, but still had trouble explaining why he seems to have changed his mind.
Over time, betting has been a better predictor than polls, pundits, statistical models, and everything else.
In a campaign where much of the focus has been on Donald Trump and January 6, McMullin's CIA career deserves more interrogation.
Republicans turned off by Walker at least have a third option, but for House races in Georgia, state law makes it extremely difficult for third-party candidates to get on the ballot.