Senate Confirms Gorsuch To Supreme CourtThe fight is over. With a simple majority vote, the Senate has confirmed Judge Neil Gorsuch as an Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court.
Senate GOP Goes "Nuclear," Clearing Way For Trump Court PickRepublicans invoked the "nuclear option" in the Senate Thursday, unilaterally rewriting the chamber's rules to allow President Trump's nominee to ascend to the Supreme Court.
Florida May Spend Money To Boost Security At Jewish SchoolsThe recent string of threats at Jewish Community Center’s and day school’s across the country has been well documented.
Senate Preps To Go 'Nuclear' To Confirm GorsuchRepublicans in the U.S. Senate prepare to go 'nuclear' in their quest to confirm Neil Gorsuch as the next Supreme Court Justice.
Judiciary Panel Votes 11-9 In Favor Of Trump's SCOTUS PickA divided Senate panel is backing President Donald Trump's pick for the Supreme Court - Judge Neil Gorsuch.
House, Senate In Different Directions On Russia InterferenceHouse and Senate investigations into Russia's interference in the 2016 presidential election are going in different directions.
Senate Panel To Update Public On Russia ProbeSenate lawmakers have scheduled a joint news conference for Wednesday to update the public on its committee's investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 election.
House, Senate At Odds On Gambling PlansLegalized gambling has become a big part of gaming in the state of Florida.
Senate Democrats Try To Delay Final Vote On EPA NomineeThe Senate will hold a final vote Friday on President Donald Trump's nominee to the lead the Environmental Protection Agency.
Obamacare Opponent Confirmed As Health SecretaryVoting along party lines, the U.S. Senate confirmed Obamacare opponent Tom Price as Health and Human Services Secretary overnight.
Senate Takes First Step To Un-Do ObamacareThe U.S. Senate has taken the first step towards dismantling the Obama administration's Affordable Care Act (ACA).
McConnell To Lead Senate GOP, Schumer New Democratic Leader Senate Republicans re-elected Mitch McConnell to be their majority leader as Congress is set to start working on Donald Trump's agenda next year.