Some GOP senators are taking a political gamble on the bill. Gun safety activists told Newsweek that if those votes come through, "we'll have their back."
Senate Republicans seem to think they are defusing a potential problem by playing along with anti-gun activists and agreeing to a legislative "compromise" on guns.
A total of 34 Republican senators voted against the bipartisan gun safety bill cleared by an initial vote on Tuesday.
"Apparently kids can handle learning about a virgin birth, but not seeing two moms on TV," the petition reads.
Cornyn said "it will be embarrassing" if the Senate can't agree on a legislative response to the recent mass shootings.
Former congressman Joe Walsh said gun reform would not happen unless "passionate Second Amendment people like me, get off of our ass and pressure [the GOP]."
Donald Trump's support is no longer the "golden ticket" to victory in GOP primaries, Georgia's Republican lieutenant governor said on Sunday.
"Donald Trump cost him his Senate seat and now...has not helped him win this governor's race," Scott Jennings said Sunday about former Senator David Perdue.
Biden criticized Senate Republicans for voting against the bill, but he did not extend that criticism to Democratic Senator Joe Manchin, who voted with the GOP.
The Democratic senator joined his GOP counterparts in voting against a bill codifying the right to an abortion under federal law.
Calls for Oprah Winfrey to apologise for or denounce Dr. Mehmet Oz for his Republican political bid have been labelled "next-level misogyny."
Two Senate Democrats have indicated they would possibly cut a deal with Republicans regarding White House plans to rescind Title 42 immigration restrictions.
GOP Senators have called the motives of entertainment producers pushing "hyper-sexualized content" on young audiences "suspect at best and predatory at worst."
"In the face of it all, Judge Jackson showed the incredible character and integrity she possesses," Biden said of his nominee.
Palin said Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson "did not have the most basic fundamental answers" to senators during her confirmation hearing.
Ketanji Brown Jackson appears on track to be confirmed 53-47, with three Republicans now supporting her historic nomination.
Jackson, who faced attacks and a tough grilling from Republicans during her Supreme Court confirmation hearing last week, may still win bipartisan support.
"The role the Constitution clearly assigns to the Senate is to examine the experience, qualifications, and integrity" of nominees, the Maine GOP senator said.
The Biden administration's focus on identity politics suggests that it wants Jackson to represent demographic constituencies and apply "equitable" justice.
"Republicans are setting it up that they're just so wonderful people," Democratic Senator Mazie Hirono said about her GOP colleagues.
Spencer Cox said Friday he was "very disappointed in the process" after legislation that would institute the ban passed.
This is not the first time Republicans have used the timing of a SCOTUS nomination to argue against a pick from a Democratic president.
"Just because you can win a race doesn't mean that's the job you should do if your heart's not in it," said Maryland's governor, who has rejected a Senate run.
Dr. Anthony Fauci clashed with the Republican senator on Tuesday in a tense appearance before a Senate Health Committee.
On the eve of the one-year mark of the Jan. 6 attack, the GOP Senate candidate said the committee and treatment of "non-violent protesters" is a bigger problem.
The last episode of The Dr. Oz Show will air on January 14, 2022. The Good Dish will begin syndication on January 17.
Concerns from Republicans over her thoughts on banking regulations and her birth in the former Soviet Union led Omarova to request the nomination be withdrawn.
"Pennsylvania needs a conservative who will put America first, one who can reignite our divine spark, bravely fight for freedom...," Dr. Oz said.
"He tried to choke me out on a couch and I literally had to bite him [to get free]," she said in court. "He was strangling me."