Senator Ron Johnson said last week that he did not feel threatened during the Capitol riots but would have if they were led by Black Lives Matter protesters.
"Blunt consistently backed a president who represented the most dire threat to constitutional democracy," wrote Kevin McDermott of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch Editorial Board.
"Democrats have made an incredibly cynical decision, which is that they believe that they benefit from voter fraud," Cruz said.
Speculation grew on social media this week after Breaking Defense magazine reported Nelson was a possible candidate due to his "strong relationship" with the president.
The strongest argument for baby bonds is the moral one.
In a lengthy statement shared on his campaign site, Utah Senator Mike Lee said that there was enough room in the GOP for both of them.
It's not entirely clear where the meme started, but it's spread quickly among crypto holders.
Cruz and his family headed to Cancun this week as millions of Texans have been facing freezing temperatures and power outages.
What began as a celebration of George Washington gradually expanding to honor all presidents.
"As a result of recent and abject failure of leadership at the top of the USPS, it is in desperate need of repair in the public eye," the senator writes in her letter to the president.
Erin Hawley said the attacks against her husband and family were not starting conversations, but "just meant to frighten."
A mask mandate is in effect across Ohio but does not apply to judicial or legislative buildings, such as the Ohio Statehouse.
Of all the executive orders Biden has signed during his first week in office, a third have been reversals of Trump-era policies.
When asked during a TV interview if he believes the January 6 events at the Capitol were in fact an insurrection, the West Virginia senator replied succinctly: "Absolutely, no doubt at all in my mind."
"I intend to vigorously defend our form of government by opposing this effort to disenfranchise millions of voters," GOP Senator Pat Toomey said Saturday.
Days before the Georgia runoffs, incumbent Republican Senator David Perdue released an op-ed attacking his opponent Jon Ossoff.
A photo of the Vermont senator getting vaccinated has inspired people on Twitter to joke that Sanders is actually a really big Titus Andronicus fan.
Among the signees in the letter were people who have criticized Warnock for his views on abortion.
Former Alabama state Senator Larry Dixon left the warning in a bid to prevent more deaths from the virus that took his life at the age of 78, according to a close friend.
Ossoff led the wave of jokes on Twitter, sharing an image of him gesturing to an empty podium, captioned with a chicken emoji.
Virginia Congressman Denver Riggleman responded to a tweet that said that he and other Republicans were "responsible for this corrupt election" in which Donald Trump lost.
The legislation would provide $5 billion to the Public Health and Social Services Emergency Fund for states that implement mask requirments.
The Florida senator learned he had contracted the coronavirus while in quarantine after coming into close contact with someone who was COVID-positive
Biden has secured at least 290 Electoral College votes—exceeding the 270 required to win the presidential election—but Trump has still not conceded.
Georgia's Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger said it's "unlikely" that instances of illegal voting is what could cost President Donald Trump the state's 16 electoral college votes.
The "Bawitdaba" singer provides the voiceover in a campaign ad for John James, but other celebrities like Lizzo have voiced their support for James' Democratic rival, incumbent Gary Peters.
The Alaska senator says she will now support the confirmation, despite previously signaling she would vote against President Donald Trump's nominee.
People used the video of Harris dancing in the rain to both express their excitement about supporting her and to criticize her and her record.
The reproductive healthcare nonprofit shared a tweet from five years ago, where the senator referred to birth control as "abortion-inducing drugs," which he also did in Wednesday's Supreme Court confirmation hearings.
In response to an uptick in conspiracy theories circulating about Trump testing positive for COVID-19, the Florida senator called for the White House to be transparent in its updates.