"'Joe, if they don't want you, we do,'" GOP Senator John Cornyn said he wrote in a text to Manchin this week.
"The United States should fully boycott the Genocide Games in Beijing," said Cotton, an Arkansas Republican.
"It is wrong to force our daughters, mothers, wives, and sisters to fight our wars," Republican Missouri Senator Josh Hawley said.
The Arkansas Republican and New Hampshire Democrat argued over the Nord Stream 2 pipeline between Russia and Germany.
The Platform Competition and Opportunity Act would give the government greater power to stop mergers that it believes violate antitrust laws.
"[T]hese terrible assaults will just be the tip of the iceberg of what's coming if this isn't shut down," former president Donald Trump said in a statement.
"Anything less will further confirm Joe Biden's impotence to the world," said the Arkansas Republican.
Manchin joined 49 Republicans in voting for the amendment, which passed early Wednesday.
"The idea that these cowardly Republicans in the Senate voted for this tells you everything you need to know about the GOP," the Texas Senator tweeted.
Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.) blasted Major League Baseball, which operates in the U.S. and Canada, for being "silent as Cuba's murderous regime cracks down on protestors."
The story behind Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art and how it became a woke museum in one of the reddest states in the USA.
Seven Republican senators reintroduced the Save American History Act on Monday, which Tuberville says will allow schools to "encourage the open debate of ideas and teach important morals to our students."
The Republican senator from Arkansas said critical race theory was "anti-American" and inherently racist.
Senator Tom Cotton called sending checks to prisoners a "crazy" liberal plan on Monday after voting for it twice under ex-President Donald Trump.
Days after Neera Tanden withdrew her nomination, Colin Kahn became the second of Joe Biden's administration picks to be grilled by senators over his past tweets.
While a majority (60 percent) of voters approve of the increase to $15 per hour, 71 percent support a more modest hike to $11.
A recent economic analysis found that the Republican senators' proposal would provide a wage hike to just 3.2 percent of workers by 2025.
Cotton defended the op-ed he wrote for The New York Times during last summer's Black Lives Matter protests, saying his words "far exceeded" the publication's standards.
"I started working by bussing tables at the Star Family Restaurant for $1/hour & slowly moved up to cook—the big leagues for a kid like me—to earn $6/hour," Thune wrote.
The economic analysts said the Republican plan is about "13 percent less than what the minimum wage was at its high-water mark in 1968."
"Incrementally increasing a pitiful 7.25 wage to $10 over 5 yrs is a cruel joke. Poverty cannot be overcome just by $2.75/hour more," Democratic Michigan Representative Rashida Tlaib wrote.
Republican senators want to schedule hearings for the Cuomo administration's alleged withholding of the number of nursing home COVID-19 deaths.
The White House has denied Republican claims that the rule was withdrawn, saying it was stuck in review on Inauguration Day.
Vice President Kamala Harris explained the idea of equity in a speech two days before the election, saying it overcame the problem of everyone not starting off with the same amount.
The GOP senator for Arkansas has criticized post-inauguration troop levels, but the DHS still warns of a domestic terrorism threat.
"Instead, they should look in the mirror," The Washington Post editorial board wrote in an op-ed.
Colorado Democratic Representative Jason Crow called out the GOP Arkansas senator over the latter's military record, following a published report.
The Republican senator criticized fellow GOP colleagues for providing "false hope" by allowing their supporters to believe the election outcome could be changed.
Cotton warned that Dems may deny future GOP president-elects who don't win the popular vote from taking office if Senate Republicans undermine the process during Wednesday's joint session vote.
The Arkansas Republican explained in a statement why he opposes Congress objecting to certification of the 2020 election results.