The documents are at the center of a political firestorm surrounding the investigation of possible links between President Donald Trump's campaign and Russia.
A new spoof book by Michael J. Knowles hit the top spot on Amazon’s best sellers list.
It was the second request for Trump's returns by Senate Democrats in as many weeks, part of a Democratic campaign to pressure Republicans in Congress into obtaining the documents.
The Democratic efforts face long odds in the Republican-controlled Congress. Three attempts in the House have met with defeat this year.
The attorneys general of Pennsylvania, North Carolina and Iowa - key states for Trump in his presidential election victory - say they signed on to the legal action seeking to overturn the travel restrictions because of the potential impact of the presidential order on their states.
Democrats on the Senate Judiciary Committee exploited Senate rules to delay until Wednesday a vote on Senator Jeff Sessions' nomination to be attorney general.
The panel members would not be members of Congress.
A member of Congress needs at least one U.S. senator to back the objection and suspend the joint session.
Democrats demanded an ethics probe into Tom Price following a report that Price traded in healthcare company stock while pushing legislation in Congress that could affect those shares.
The New York senator opens Congress with fiery speech, challenging the incoming president to live up to his campaign promises.
Republicans changed the rules to exclude as many Democratic voters as they could.
Trump only just eked out a win, and we should not let anyone forget it.
The Vermont senator tells reporters he aims to refocus the Democratic Party on working people.
Republicans are convinced the economy is in utter shambles, while Democrats are steadfast in their economic optimism.