The Senate's unwritten dress code is no longer being enforced, a change Republicans have opted to blame on Fetterman.
The new forgiveness plan targets income-driven repayment plans and automatically cancels all debt for people that have been making payments for over 20 years.
A Democratic PAC spokesperson characterized the well-known GOP Senators as "cartoon villains."
The Senators accused Beijing of seeking to "intimidate and surveil Chinese Americans with dissenting opinions" on U.S. soil.
A Republican measure to block President Joe Biden's student-loan forgiveness plan would force borrowers to retroactively cover the voided pause period.
"I thought I'd heard it all, but more disclosures about his activities, it just embarrasses me," the Democratic senator said on Sunday.
Senator Elizabeth Warren said on Sunday that Powell has had "two jobs" as Fed chair and has "failed at both."
"There are a lot of 40-year-olds out there who ain't particularly competent," the Vermont senator said on Sunday.
Shane Vaughn also dismissed the senator's treatment for clinical depression as him "being crazy."
Two prominent Senate Democrats also called the president's handling of the documents "irresponsible," but still praised his cooperation with investigators.
Hawley was a prominent member of the GOP "Sedition Caucus" who called into doubt the results of the 2020 presidential election.
The final vote was 68-29, with 18 Republicans joining all Democrats in passing the bill through the Senate.
Congress is working to approve the bill before a fast-approaching deadline of Friday at midnight.
Senator Marsha Blackburn of Tennessee said Sunday that she and other Republicans will work to prevent service members from being fired over vaccine statuses.
"I know, I'm an idiot. I'm sorry," the suspect reportedly told police following his arrest.
Cruz's tweet was in response to a clip of Senator Amy Klobuchar saying that Hurricane Ian is a reason why voters should back Democrats in the midterms.
Cruz was repeatedly booed and heckled by audience members as he denounced efforts to enact gun control.
"Senator Manchin's refusal to act is infuriating. It makes me question why he's Chair of ENR," Senator Martin Heinrich said of Manchin.
The Democratic senator said Sunday that more justices should be added to the institution in order to "get some confidence back in our court."
The former president called the bipartisan legislation a "career ending bill" for Republican senators.
A number of senators intervened in the White House's plan to replace David Beasley as the head of the World Food Program.
The Parkland survivor, now a gun-control activist, said the agreement "should be the beginning and not the end of Congress' work."
The framework includes improved background checks to those under 21 years old, and allocating funds for mental health treatment, among other measures.
Although national polls and historical precedent show the GOP favored to win big in the November midterm, Democrats hope to maintain control of the Senate.
"Any senator running that supports McConnell must go," the former Trump admin official wrote on Saturday. "$40 billion of your money."
VoteVets, the group that resurfaced the clip, agreed with John McCain calling Rand Paul "a Russian asset."
Jay Allen Johnson left 17 threatening voicemails to two U.S. Alaskan senators over the span of five months.
North Carolina's Republican Senators Thom Tillis and Richard Burr criticized their fellow GOP lawmaker, with Burr calling Cawthorn "an embarrassment."
Jackson, who faced attacks and a tough grilling from Republicans during her Supreme Court confirmation hearing last week, may still win bipartisan support.
Richard Blumenthal and Ed Markey wrote a letter to Tesla CEO Elon Musk expressing their concern about safety reports on the the carmaker's self-driving systems.