The Georgia Senate Republican Caucus has suspended freshman Sen. Colton Moore after he unsuccessfully pushed for a special legislative session to investigate Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis’s prosecution of former President Donald Trump.
Backlash ensued after Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer moved to relax its informal dress code last week. On Wednesday, lawmakers voted unanimously to codify business casual on the Senate floor.
Herschel Walker's wife is seeking to sell the Atlanta house that the football great listed as his residence when he ran for U.S. Senate last year as a Republican. A real estate listing shows the home was put up for sale in August with an asking price of $1.45 million.
Senate Democrats began holding votes on military promotions after a months-long blockade by Alabama Republican Sen. Tommy Tuberville.
A group of hard-line House Republicans say House Speaker Kevin McCarthy cannot win their support on spending by launching an impeachment inquiry into President Biden.
Reporters repeatedly asked the Senate GOP leader to provide details of what caused two incidents where he froze at events. Mitch McConnell instead referred them to a recent letter from his physician.
Democrats could gain a seat in the U.S. House and multiple seats in Georgia's Legislature if a judge rules Republicans drew maps illegally weakening Black voters' power.
Elected officials are (almost) the oldest they have ever been in Washington which is causing discussions over what it means to be fit for office.
Hundreds of nominees for military positions have been stalled as Sen. Tommy Tuberville, R-Ala., protests Pentagon abortion policy, and that total could swell to 650, the Pentagon says.
Interns in Alaska Senator Lisa Murkowski's office doggedly tracked down all 100 senators, and took a selfie with them. Here's how they described some of those encounters.
Sen. Tommy Tuberville's disagreement with a Pentagon policy on abortion is upheaving life plans for hundreds of military families. Now those families are petitioning Senate leaders to intervene.
Some House GOP hard-liners say Speaker Kevin McCarthy shouldn't rule out a shutdown to achieve spending cuts and social policy changes sought by the far right of his party.
A judge has refused to dismiss lawsuits alleging Georgia's congressional and legislative districts illegally discriminate against Black voters. U.S. District Judge Steve Jones ruled Monday that he could only decide disputes over the facts of the cases and the credibility of the witnesses after a full trial.
The 90-year-old Californian's long absence and current condition raise questions about the institution's ability to deal with its internal issues of aging or disability.
With President Biden pledging a veto, the resolution amounts to a mostly symbolic show of congressional disapproval on a plan to cancel up to $20,000 in federal student loan debt.