"President Trump will not handle his congress," one Russian senator warned, while another said Trump was "forced" to mimic Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton.
The attorney general spoke for the first time publicly about the firing of FBI Director James Comey.
The 13 senators are viewed as key players to the Senate's Obamacare repeal.
A new poll found Bernie Sanders is still really popular in Vermont—but not as well-liked as he once was.
A letter to the Department of Justice and Homeland Security requests an investigation into whether Gorka lied on his citizenship papers.
Lindsey Graham, Chris Murphy both tell Munich conference that the nuclear deal doesn't prevent the U.S. from imposing additional penalties.
At least five Republican senators hail from states that have had troubling experiences with the charter schools that the nominee for education secretary favors.
Two New York sisters vow to keep alive the Women's March momentum in their home city.
Chuck Schumer, John McCain, Lindsey Graham and Jack Reed say a select committee is needed.
Forty one senators now back the deal, despite critics warning it may pave the way for an Iranian nuclear attack on the U.S.