The Senate minority leader, the vice chair of the Senate Intelligence Committee, and more than a dozen members of the Senate Foreign Relations committee all called on the president to cancel the meeting.
It's an argument without much basis in law or Supreme Court precedent, experts tell CNBC, but it could be politically effective.
Ten U.S. senators called on the FDA to reject Philip Morris application to market a smoking device as being less risky than cigarettes.
Wealthy business owners stand to gain from a provision in the GOP tax bill that creates a deduction for owners of pass-through businesses, experts say.
Thirty-six U.S. senators called on federal authorities to investigate the sale of nearly $2 million in shares of credit bureau Equifax by company executives after a massive data breach.
The Senate took up the National Defense Authorization Act late Monday, passing a motion that lets the bill proceed and consideration of many amendments.
Sens. Susan Collins and Jack Reed are caught on a hot mic discussing the budget and Trump in unflattering terms, the Washington Post says.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions will face questions about the firing of FBI director James Comey and undeclared meetings with Russian officials at a Senate hearing.
Sen. McCain added that China will be "key" in how the world addresses the situation in North Korea, NBC News reports.
A top Hillary Clinton aide said it was an "open question" whether Donald Trump's advisers colluded with Russia to hack into Democratic Party emails to try to sway the Nov. 8 election.
Sen. Jack Reed, (D-R.I.), discusses his request for an investigation into whether Wells Fargo violated labor laws, and why clawbacks have to be put on the table.