Mitch McConnell, the longest-serving Senate leader in history who maintained his power in the face of dramatic convulsions in the Republican Party for almost two decades, will step down from that position in November.
Congressional leaders have reached a deal for a short-term federal funding extension until early March, a source familiar told Fox News Digital, assuaging fears of a partial government shutdown at the end of next week.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom's office says he'll name Laphonza Butler, a former adviser to Vice President Kamala Harris, to Dianne Feinstein's Senate seat.
The rushed package drops aid to Ukraine, a White House priority opposed by a growing number of GOP lawmakers, but increases federal disaster assistance by $16 billion.
McConnell has had previous health scares in the last several months, leaving many of his voters with concerns.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell briefly left his own press conference on Tuesday after stopping his remarks mid-sentence and staring off into space for several seconds.
Pennsylvania Democratic Senator John Fetterman is seeking treatment for severe depression months after having a stroke. Fetterman last year had the most common kind of stroke, caused by clots that block a blood vessel to the brain.
U.S. Senator John Fetterman checked himself into Walter Reed National Military Medical Center Wednesday night to receive treatment for clinical depression, according to his office.
Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer calls the abortion rights vote "one of the most important" saying in part "it deals with one of the most difficult decisions a woman has to make in her life.”
President Joe Biden appears determined to strike agreement with two wavering Democratic senators over his big $3.5 trillion government overhaul.
The FBI made “fundamental” errors in investigating sexual abuse allegations against former USA Gymnastics national team doctor Larry Nassar and did not treat the case with the “utmost seriousness,” the Justice Department’s inspector general said Wednesday.
Georgia's U.S. senators returned to Atlanta after voting to pass a bill that includes economic relief for Georgians. Some saw their votes as crucial in a divided Senate chamber.
Sen. David Perdue officially conceded to Jon Ossoff Friday afternoon in the U.S. Senate race.
Gabriel Sterling said the blame for the president's loss in November and the potential loss of both of Georgia's U.S. Senate seats lay directly with "President Donald J. Trump."
Sen. Kelly Loeffler conceded the U.S. Senate race in Georgia to Rev. Raphael Warnock Thursday in a message posted to social media.
Georgia, known as a Republican stronghold for decades, appears to have turned blue with the apparent election of two Democrats to represent the state in the Senate.
Democratic challenger Jon Ossoff will win his U.S. Senate runoff against Republican incumbent Sen. David Perdue, The Associated Press projects.
Democrat Rev. Raphael Warnock has defeated Republican Sen. Kelly Loeffler in the Georgia U.S. Senate runoff election, The Associated Press projects.
Results of the U.S. Senate runoff elections in Georgia. Republican Kelly Loeffler is going up against Democrat Raphael Warnock, while Republican David Perdue is challenging Democrat Jon Ossoff.
Reverend Raphael Warnock delivered remarks to his supporters early Wednesday morning.