With few House contests contested, and polls showing some increase in the House majority, it seems that only Trump thinks Republicans will recapture control.
Republicans never had enough votes to defeat Barrett, so the GOP Senator put her re-election hopes ahead of what she said she believed in.
Nothing — not the law, the norms of the Constitution — seems to bother the GOP in its manhandling of the nomination protocol.
Both sides are blaming each other for political stunts and failures to compromise.
In a presidential election year that has thrown the country’s divisions into stark relief, Americans can agree on this: Misinformation about government and politics is
Political wrangling and stalemates prevented any needed help or stimulus for millions of Americans out of work and out of money.
Peters’ seat could be a key to control of the Senate in this year’s election.
Conflicting claims about health care and audio problems just added to the testy third day of hearings for the Supreme Court nominee.
The arguments have little effect to a GOP majority that is determined to put another right-wing voice on the high court.
Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett will face senators’ questions over her approach to health care, legal precedent and even the presidential election during a