Republicans continue to criticize the Democrats' relief plans, taking issue with the reconciliation process being used to push them through.
The Senate majority leader said congressional Republicans at CPAC were "unconscionable" while the budget committee chairman said the GOP was becoming "authoritarian."
Hundreds of New Yorkers came together for a rally in support of Asian community members amid a spike in hate crimes.
Republicans argue that the Equality Act is an attack on religious freedom and cisgender women's spaces.
"Their attacks on trans people and the transgender community are just mean...and show a complete lack of understanding," said the Senate Majority Leader during a press conference on Thursday.
Schumer argues that the majority of Republican voters back Biden's stimulus plan but McConnell says the proposal is counterproductive for Americans.
After Texas Governor Greg Abbott blamed green energy for widespread winter blackouts in his state, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer called on a pair of energy regulation bodies to probe Abbott's policies.
Trump criticized Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell for being "soft" and urged him to hit prominent Democrats hard.
"The case against student loan forgiveness is looking shakier by the day," Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez tweeted.
U.S. Senator Richard Burr, who is planning to retire next year, joined six of his GOP colleagues and voted with Democrats unsuccessfully to convict former President Donald Trump of inciting the violent riot that smothered the U.S. Capitol on January 6.
The poll was published shortly before the former president's acquittal in his second impeachment trial on Saturday.
Democrats are accused of capitulating to GOP threats after they won a surprise 55-45 vote to call witnesses in Trump's impeachment trial before declining to do so just hours later.
"In the weeks after the attacks on January 6, the world learned about the incredible, incredible bravery of Officer Goodman on that fateful day," Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) said shortly before the Senate awarded the Congressional Gold Medal to Officer Eugene Goodman.
"We also want to be mindful of the small businesses across our country that have been hit particularly hard this past year during an unprecedented pandemic," Democratic Senator Tom Carper said.
House impeachment managers presented never-before-seen video footage and audio communications from the Capitol attack during day two of the trial proceedings.
After initially being overruled by a Democratic Senator, Lee protested, "They are not true. I never made those statements. I ask that they be stricken!"
House impeachment managers played security footage that had never been seen from January 6 on the first day of their arguments.
Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer said Monday that some American families affected by COVID-19 "don't have money for a proper funeral and a proper burial. And that is just awful and inhumane."
Just over two decades ago, a dozen senators were already serving in the Senate during former President Bill Clinton's impeachment trial.
The Republican senator attempted to liken Schumer's fierce words urging Supreme Court justices not to restrict abortion rights to Trump's rhetoric surrounding the U.S. Capitol insurrection.
"The filibuster was never intended to be used and abused the way it has been over the past decade," a coalition of 62 progressive groups wrote in a letter to Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) on Friday.
Republicans had their chance to lead. They failed. Now they just want to obstruct—again.
"The War on Drugs has been a war on people—particularly people of color," a trio of top Senate Democrats wrote in a joint statement released Monday.
"We have been charged with executing herculean public health efforts and an unprecedented emergency response," read Monday's letter from the United States Conference of Mayors.
Democrats say they're prepared to pass the first federal minimum wage hike since 2009 with or without Republicans.
"We're keeping all our options open, on the table," Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer said about the $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief bill, "including budget reconciliation."
The Biden administration halted construction on the border wall through executive action on day one.
Two Democratic senators affirmed their support for protecting the 60-vote legislative filibuster, reassuring Republicans that there won't be enough votes to kill the procedural tool.
Some Democrats worry that Republicans will use the filibuster to stop President Joe Biden's progressive legislative goals.
Lawyer, dentist and conspiracy theorist Orly Taitz claims that the conviction of former President Donald Trump in a second impeachment trial would deprive her and others of a "Constitutional First Amendment right for the political speech, namely, to vote for Donald Trump in future elections."