The Texas Republican described his initial relationship with Trump as "maybe like a lot of women who get married and think they're going to change their spouse."
The Speaker of the House said she is "optimistic" about negotiations, noting that "we've been back and forth on all of this."
The stimulus package is scheduled to be voted on in the Senate Wednesday, though it will be a $500 billion proposal.
Senator Dianne Feinstein is facing a torrent of criticism, and calls to retire or step down from her position as ranking Democratic member of the Senate Judiciary Committee, after praising confirmation hearings for Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett.
Kentucky's Lexington Herald-Leader newspaper officially endorsed Democratic Senate candidate Amy McGrath, challenging Sen. Mitch McConnell in the upcoming election.
Senators who vote to confirm Judge Barrett should take note, and expect gun safety voters to hold them accountable the next time they're up for election.
"Over 1000 new COVID cases were reported in South Carolina yesterday. And @LindseyGrahamSC is still trying to take your healthcare away," Harrison tweeted on Friday.
Sen. Joni Ernst is in a tough battle to retain her seat, which could have significant implications for the fight to control the next Senate.
"I will keep fighting to break the gridlock and get more relief out to Arizona," Republican Senator Martha McSally told Arizona voters in a taxpayer-funded robocall as she trailed her Democratic challenger Mark Kelly in polls.
The Republican senator declined to attend the debate, leaving his Libertarian opponent alone on stage.
The Democratic challenger has opened up a one-point lead over the Republican incumbent with just weeks to go until polling day.
Critics say the South Carolina senator may have committed a crime with a televised plea for campaign donations.
A new poll shows that almost half of all registered voters support the Senate voting to confirm Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court weeks before the presidential election, with Democratic support having almost doubled since Barrett's nomination by President Donald Trump.
"We need relief now. Not in February. Not in December," Representative Ilhan Omar of Minnesota said.
Graham's campaign announced he's raised $28 million during the third quarter, while opponent Jamie Harrison raised $57 million.
Depending on the presidential election's outcome, Democrats need to flip three or four seats currently held by Republicans in order to gain a majority in the Senate.
Graham has served as a senator for the traditionally red state since 2003, but several polls have shown Harrison tied in popularity.
A new poll indicates that Cal Cunningham, the Democratic challenger to Republican North Carolina Senator Thom Tillis, is maintaining his lead and may even be gaining ground over the incumbent despite a recent sexting scandal.
Despite falling behind in fundraising, Graham re-opened a polling lead over Harrison that he hasn't enjoyed in nearly a year.
Senator Lindsey Graham, a Republican from South Carolina, explicitly asked Barrett whether she could "set aside whatever Catholic beliefs you have regarding any issue before you."
One election forecaster suggested the party could flip the Senate, keep the House, and have Joe Biden in the White House.
At least eight GOP incumbents are in danger of losing their seats, while just one Democrat looks likely to be ousted.
While the Democratic candidate conducted a successful fundraising campaign—raking in nearly $47 million by the end of June compared to McConnell's $36.7 million by September—polls show McGrath trailing her opponent.
The incumbent Senate Majority Leader laughed when his Democratic opponent said, "You knew that the coronavirus wasn't going to end at the end of July" during their Monday night debate.
The last time Kansas had a Democratic senator was in 1939.
"[If] Republicans continue to hold the senate, that will give us gridlock and I'm always a great fan of gridlock because nothing really gets done," Gartman told the Fox Business Network host.
President Donald Trump is urging the U.S. Senate to expedite the confirmation of Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett and shift its focus to another coronavirus relief package.
Harrison raised $57 million from July through September, the highest quarterly fundraising for a Senate candidate in U.S. history.
The senators suggested that a further relief package should be the focus of the Senate, as opposed to the SCOTUS nomination.
A look back at what Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, Trump and others said about Obama's Supreme Court nominee back in 2016.