Senators Amy Klobuchar and Bill Cassidy joined U.S. health officials on Sunday to push booster shots as more countries reported their first cases of the Omicron variant.
The Platform Competition and Opportunity Act would give the government greater power to stop mergers that it believes violate antitrust laws.
"Prince is a Minnesota icon. He showed that it was OK to be a short, Black kid from Minneapolis and still change the world," Representative Ilhan Omar said.
The former president and other prominent figures paid their respects to the late secretary of state.
"As Big Tech has grown and evolved over the years, our laws have not changed to keep up and ensure these companies are competing fairly," Senator Grassley said.
In a statement, the Minnesota senator said she had skipped a routine physical exam due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The senator said it was time for the Senate to abolish the filibuster in order to guarantee abortion rights.
"For years, Apple and Google have squashed competitors and kept consumers in the dark, Senator Richard Blumenthal said in a statement.
Senator Amy Klobuchar said the medals are "a recognition that will be on display for people to understand and remember what these officers did."
"These are the richest companies in the world...there's absolutely no reason they shouldn't be able to monitor this better," Sen. Klobuchar said.
The Minnesota senator invoked concerns over Supreme Court nomination "manipulation" by Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell.
While questioning FBI Director Christopher Wray, Gosar repeatedly characterized Babbitt's death as an "execution." The Capitol police officer who fatally shot her as she tried to trespass into a barricaded doorway of the Capitol building on January 6 has been cleared of wrongdoing.
Cruz has called the voting rights bill a "fraud law" and claimed that Democrats want to pass it to "manipulate and steal" future elections.
"We don't want history to repeat itself," the Democratic senator said.
"Right now, you have a few companies that dominate as gatekeepers in so many areas," said Klobuchar.
The spotlight will be on the judge who allowed "The People vs Derek Chauvin" to be livestreamed.
Johnson said he referred to the article in an attempt to "get to the bottom of ... unanswered questions" about the riots.
The Republican Kentucky senator continued to challenge the legitimacy of Joe Biden's victory Sunday morning.
Senator Amy Klobuchar suggested Trump's veto of the $900 billion coronavirus relief bill was purposely timed to come as most federal aid expires at the end of the year.
The senator told a local news outlet that any relief would likely arrive after the Thanksgiving holidays.
"Y'all have a good chance of winning the White House," Republican Senator Lindsey Graham to Democrats on Thursday.
The president made his remarks at a rally at Duluth International Airport in Minnesota on Wednesday night.
House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff said President Donald Trump is "willfully fanning the flames" of racial unrest and violence because his campaign believes it helps his re-election chances.
Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) removed herself from consideration to be Joe Biden's running mate, saying: "This is a moment to put a woman of color on that ticket."
Keith Ellison said that outside agitators were trying to undo the efforts that protesters were making.
"Those responsible must be held accountable to the fullest extent of the law in order to serve justice for George Floyd and his loved ones," the Friday letter said.
The Minnesota Department of Health confirmed that 29 percent of COVID-19 cases occurred in the African American community, and as protests continue this weekend, there's concern the virus may spread.
The Minnesota senator, who has been criticized for not prosecuting cases involving police brutality in the past, took to Twitter to call for police reform.
Senator Amy Klobuchar joked that hydroxychloroquine "causes hallucinations" in response to a tweet from President Donald Trump—but her husband took the same medication.
"These cases can be considered immediately, fairly but swiftly, for criminal charges because you just can't have something like this. He was pleading for his life," Sen. Amy Klobuchar said on "Cuomo Prime Time."