Several House Republicans joined their colleagues across the aisle in the ultimate condemnation of Trump's role on Jan. 6.
Here is how Mitch McConnell, Mike Pence, Liz Cheney, Ted Cruz, and Josh Hawley responded to the president's election delusions.
Ted Cruz's Legally Groundless Challenge to Biden's Electoral Votes Was a Disgrace That Should Follow Him Forever
Cruz plunged into the constitutional abyss while Rand Paul stepped back, refusing to sacrifice democracy and the rule of law.
'Our Democracy Would Enter a Death Spiral': McConnell Rebukes Electoral Challenge Minutes Before Protesters Storm Capitol
The warning came a bit too late.
Pelosi and Schumer Agree to Bipartisan $900 Billion Coronavirus Relief Bill as McConnell Pushes for $500 Billion
The top Democrats originally supported a $2.2 trillion measure.
There's a fox, a goose, and a bag of grain. And a hippopotamus in the middle of the river.
The president's erraticism and Senate Republican opposition might save taxpayers from having to shell out for another 10-digit relief package.
The restrictions imagined by Republicans in 2016 or by Democrats now are nothing but self-serving nonsense.
Democrats are proposing $3 trillion.
Senate Republicans' $1 Trillion COVID-19 Relief Bill Includes Billions for New Fighter Jets, Attack Helicopters, and Missiles
Much of the military spending in the GOP's HEALS Act replaces funding that was redirected to pay for Trump's border wall.
Plus: The U.S. Supreme Court stops an execution at the last minute, a senator argues that you shouldn't get HBO GO for free, and more...
The hemp boom has failed to materialize, and regulatory uncertainty is to blame.
The Next Coronavirus Stimulus Bill Is Here. It's a $3 Trillion Spending Plan That Bails Out States and the Post Office.
The new bill includes another round of stimulus checks for all Americans, funds additional coronavirus testing, and spends billions to bail out states and government agencies straining under pension debt.
An amendment to a FISA renewal bill would let the FBI snoop on your online browser history.
Senate Approves Fourth Round of Coronavirus Spending: $484 Billion for Small Businesses, Testing, Hospitals
The deal primarily sets aside $320 billion for the Paycheck Protection Program for small businesses.
President Donald Trump, Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, and Speaker Nancy Pelosi all agree that a fourth spending bill will happen in April but are haggling over the cost.
President Donald Trump is still heading for an almost certain acquittal.
President Donald Trump's trial will likely begin next week.
Mitch McConnell: This Is the 'Most Rushed, Least Thorough, and Most Unfair Impeachment Inquiry in Modern History'
The majority leader addressed the Senate the morning after President Donald Trump was officially impeached by the House of Representatives.
The fight over the 9/11 Victim Compensation Fund is pure political theater.
House Tries To Give 'Dreamers' a Path to Citizenship, but Mitch McConnell Won't Even Consider the Bill
The Senate majority leader says he will not allow a vote on it, despite widespread support for the measure.
House Freedom Caucus Too Busy Scolding Justin Amash To Care About Today's Bipartisan Budget Apocalypse
What's the point of a "limited government" bloc that doesn't limit government?
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Trump won't rely on Congress to fund his 200 miles of border wall.
The Co-Sponsor of the Green New Deal Thinks Mitch McConnell's Plan to Hold a Vote on It Is 'Sabotage' and a 'Republican Trick'
Ed Markey believes the time to vote on urgently necessary climate change legislation is...later.
A year after the tax law, growth is up but tax revenue is down.
Mitch McConnell is Keeping the Senate Out of the Shutdown Fight. It's a Hypocritical Abdication of Congressional Responsibility
Five years ago, McConnell declared the need to restore the Senate. Instead, he's broken it further.
The Senate majority leader delivers hollow partisan victories and little else.
Senate Republicans are torn between their hatred of voting on bills, their fear of poking the bear, and their love of confirming judges.
Supporters are concerned about the bill's future if it doesn't pass this year.
Should the Senate majority leader really be celebrating more reckless spending?
But will Congress act to rein in Trump?
Jonathan Adler says he's "supremely qualified," an originalist, and a critic of the administrative state. But he's a cipher when it comes to defendants' rights.
"We all are so optimistic that industrial hemp can become sometime in the future what tobacco was in Kentucky's past."
Republican leaders spent most of the Obama years attacking rising debt and massive spending. Now that they control the budget, they could not care less.
It's a conventional Republican tax plan with all the predictable problems - and benefits.
Senate Republicans will probably vote before the new Democratic senator is sworn in.
Rushing a bill to a vote makes for messy legislation that comes apart over time.
The Alabama GOP's Awful Responses to the Roy Moore Sexual Assault Allegations Are Dead-End Partisanship At Its Worst
Jeff Flake wonders: Is this what the Republican Party has become?