Another bill that will benefit higher education-seeking students with immigrant parents has made its way to the Senate.
The United States may continue to be without a director of the Central Intelligence Agency and the Defense Department if U.S. Senator Lindsey Graham gets his way.
The Republican Party has been listing in the political sea for a few months after the party’s disappointing showing in the 2012 election. As the party tries to tweak its message, while sticking to its previous ideas, Senator Marco Rubio is stepping into the vacuum left by Mitt Romney.
Indiana state treasurer Richard Mourdock rode a tea party furor to an unlikely upset of longtime Indiana Senator Richard Lugar. Now, a Florida senator is lending Mourdock a hand.
The “Buffett Rule,” which has split Florida’s U.S. Senate delegation, will likely come to a vote this week as Republicans and Democrats begin posturing for November’s general election.
Incumbent U.S. Senator Bill Nelson was not expecting a serious challenge in 2012. But new poll results from Quinnipiac University show Nelson will have a tough haul to re-election this year.
While both Senators Marco Rubio and Bill Nelson supported a temporary payroll tax cut extension; Florida’s house delegation rejected the bill along party lines.
Republican Congressman Connie Mack IV will enter the U.S. Senate race seeking to challenge Democratic Senator Bill Nelson, Mack announced on a FOX News’ Sean Hannity Show Monday night.
If you’re planning on flying for the holidays, you’re more than likely prepared for the onslaught of baggage fees airlines can’t wait to charge you. But, a new Senate bill may be music to your ears.
If you’re one of the millions of Americans who think Congress has lost touch with the economics of average Americans, there’s a simple reason why.