Winning an open seat is easier than ousting an incumbent, but Republicans have held the seat in more than 30 years.
Votes fell largely along party lines, with all 48 Democrats and the two independents that caucus with them supporting the package and 49 Republicans objecting.
Vaccinating at least 70 percent of Americans could help reopen businesses, but experts weren't as confident about large gatherings happening in 2021.
In a fiery speech on the floor, Sanders called it "disgraceful" that Congress hasn't raised the minimum wage since 2007.
Representative Eric Swalwell's lawsuit cites an interview "Stop the Steal" organizer Ali Alexander did, in which he said Trump was in "fighter mode" on January 6.
Advocates of Pacific University Professor Richard Paxton argue that the school is setting a harmful precedent for tenured faculty.
Richard Barnett's frustration over his pretrial detention boiled over on Thursday when faced with the prospect of spending another month in jail.
Direct payments are expected to phase out faster than they did in the first two rounds, and an estimated 17 million people may be outside the cutoff.
The third round of stimulus checks could reduce eligibility for a stimulus check payment by $20,000 for individuals.
In a published research letter, the professor presented findings that few children in Sweden, where schools have remained open, became seriously ill from COVID-19.
Democrats and Republicans reportedly reached a deal to limit the number of people who will receive a third stimulus check, one of the few measures that has broad bipartisan support.
The former White House press secretary told Fox News that Trump changed the Republican Party "in a way that's really positive."
By increasing payments under the Child Tax Credit, American parents could receive a financial boost beyond their stimulus checks.
The moderate Democrat said businesses that are reopening by summer will need their employees back at work.
If the plan for $1,400 stimulus checks passes the Senate, some Americans could see an increased payment than what they received after the CARES Act.
Trump's speech comes against the backdrop of his provocation of GOP infighting with a threat to endorse primary challengers to Republican incumbents who don't fall in line with his America First agenda.
Trump closing out CPAC is already a signal of the significant role the GOP sees him continuing to play and voters seems to agree with the former president's expected message that he's still the man in charge.
The FDA granted Johnson & Johnson an Emergency Use Authorization on Saturday, and 3 or 4 million doses could be shipped out next week.
Keith Hoogland, the company's president, thought Family Video's 700 stores had two or three years left, but the pandemic proved to be an insurmountable problem.
Democrats are looking to pass the package in the Senate by way of reconciliation, bypassing the need for Republican support.
Representative Anthony Gonzalez faced backlash for his vote and Trump criticized the Ohio representative for not representing his constituents' "interest or their heart."
President Joe Biden is facing pressure to keep American athletes out of the 2022 Beijing games.
The White House will meet with congressional allies to determine the "best path forward" for passing a $15 minimum wage, according to the National Economic Council's director.
Loomer's looking to unseat Democratic Representative Lois Frankel, to whom she lost in 2020 by 20 points.
The J&J vaccine could be a game changer, and it's part of Dr. Anthony Fauci's timeline for a return to a degree of normalcy.
Biden's nominee to head the Department of Health and Human Services has faced criticism for his lack of experience, support for Medicare for All and abortion-rights stance.
Facebook's Oversight Board is reviewing Trump's indefinite suspension and thousands of people have already submitted comments about whether he should be allowed back.
The high-ranking House Republican told colleagues to "stand against insurrection" because upholding the Constitution is important in fighting the "quicksand of socialism."
Emanuel Jackson allegedly hit police officers with a baseball bat and a judge ruled there were no release conditions that could ensure the safety of the community or law enforcement.
In the battle for the GOP, Trump's voters have largely made up their minds, with most of them sticking with the former president.