The case involves a Marine veteran who is demanding that the Department of Veterans Affairs provide him with retroactive disability payments for post-traumatic stress disorder he developed while serving in brutal battles in Vietnam.
Jason Edwards, a communications professor, learned he didn't qualify for public service loan forgiveness. That was just the beginning of his journey.
Four Democratic senators want to know whether White House deputy chief of staff Bill Shine is breaking ethics laws as he continues to get paid millions in bonuses by Fox News, his former employer.
Three Senate Democrats filed a lawsuit Monday arguing that Acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker's appointment is unconstitutional and asking a federal judge to remove him.
The case pits business interests against labor groups in the first major case of the term that could have consequences for hundreds of thousands of American workers and potentially millions of consumers.
Even before Thursday's explosive Senate hearing, popular opinion had already begin tilting against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh. But when it comes to matters before the Senate, popular opinion doesn't count.
During Thursday's emotional hearing with Brett Kavanaugh, the Wikipedia page for "Devil's Triangle" briefly changed to reflect the Supreme Court nominee's answer, USA Today reports.
Republican senators on the Senate Judiciary Committee voted down a motion Friday from Sen. Richard Blumenthal, D-Conn., to issue a subpoena to Mark Judge, the high school classmate of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.
In a letter to Trump, all Democrats on the Senate Judiciary Committee urged the president to pull Brett Kavanaugh's Supreme Court nomination.
The suit, filed in the United States District Court for the District of Columbia, is in relation to two Freedom of Information Act requests submitted by members of the committee in early August.
The Department of Education's fix to the popular public service loan forgiveness program is too complicated and restrictive, senators say.
Sen. Tom Udall submitted evidence in a Senate hearing contradicting Pruitt's claim he can't recall asking security to use lights and sirens in his motorcade.
Senators have asked Carl Icahn and EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt to explain how an Icahn-owned refinery secured a valuable exemption from the nation's biofuels law.
A new report from Democratic senators says companies have repurchased $97 billion in stock since Jan. 1.
EPA chief Scott Pruitt once said he thought Trump would be 'more abusive to the Constitution than Barack Obama.' Today, Rhode Island Senator confronted him on that comment.
Sen. Al Franken plans an announcement Thursday after new allegations and growing calls for his resignation.
Three congressional committees are scuffling over a former British spy's reports that are central to investigations into U.S. allegations that Russia tried to help Donald Trump's 2016 presidential campaign.
Since Trump was elected with help from Icahn's $200,000 in contributions to Republican causes, CVR energy's stock has gone up. The New York Times reports.
Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch declared he's made no promises to Donald Trump or anyone else about how he'll vote on abortion.
Democrats repeatedly brought up Republican efforts to deny Obama's nominee, Merrick Garland, a confirmation hearing.