Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren delivered an incisive 30-minute speech excoriating both Donald Trump and Senate Republicans on their approach to judicial issues. Warren has been widely named as a potential running-mate for Hillary Clinton.
Following a meeting with presumptive party nominee Donald Trump in Washington, D.C., top Republican politicians appear to be cautiously embracing Trump, while those already supporting him are now even more unequivocal in their support.
Senate Democratic Leader Harry Reid denounced on the Senate floor what he called a "smear" campaign against federal appeals court judge Jane Kelly, who had been on Obama's short list of potential nominees.
The senator's announcement is the latest in backtracking by Republicans following their original line: that the next president nominate Scalia's replacement.
"I'm amused when I hear people who claim to be strict interpreters of the Constitution suddenly reading into it a whole series of provisions that are not there."
John McCain, who lost against Obama in 2008, slipped in Senatespeak and called Obama "Obama." That's President Obama to you, sir.
The Republican plan to divert $500 million a year away from Planned Parenthood was criticized by family planning experts who said it showed a lack of understanding of how women's health services work.
Senate Republicans are beginning to realize what a big mistake they made.
The White House is livid over Senate Republicans' letter to Tehran.
Republicans are shredding precedent in their quest to undermine President Obama.
So much for bipartisanship; the fight over Obama's climate change deal is on.