Articles tagged: U.S. Senate
The Observer caught up with O’Rourke and discussed the state of the most-watched race in the country.
It’s Thursday morning in Lufkin and Beto O’Rourke looks tired and his voice is hoarse. After getting into town late the previous night, he’s running on th...Read More
As the first Senate debate showed, this race is quickly becoming defined by the politics of fear and resentment.
While the Senate battle between Ted Cruz and Beto O’Rourke has become perhaps the most-watched political race in the country, it has existed almost entirely i...Read More
Democrats on the committee blasted her for her past comments on climate change and renewables and said she was “completely unqualified” for the position.
A U.S. Senate committee voted along party lines Wednesday to advance Kathleen Hartnett White’s nomination to the Council on Environmental Quality to the full ...Read More
The Senate bill allows states a huge amount of leeway to get rid of insurance requirements.
The Senate Republicans’ health care plan would give governors virtually unchecked discretion over health insurance plans. In red states with governors hostile...Read More
Kesha Rogers, a 37-year-old LaRouche Democrat, has never held elected office and wants to prioritize defending the Earth from asteroids. But she's on track to b...Read More