President Biden drew praise for his first solo news conference where he was honest, responsible, presidential, and the opposite of Trump.
Did the party waste a year on a doomed Senate push? Or was this their best chance?
The two Democratic senators killed any chance of passing voting rights legislation by opposing filibuster changes after Republicans blocked it from advancing.
Blocking gerrymandering and making Election Day a holiday shouldn't be a partisan fight.
Republicans used the filibuster for a fifth time to thwart the bill, and Democrats were unable to muster the votes to change Senate rules to pass it.
“The people of this country will not tolerate silencing,” said Senator Amy Klobuchar, Democrat of Minnesota and a chief author of the voting bill. “I think by voting this down, by not allowing us e...
President Biden reserved his most aggressive language for Republicans in Congress, accusing them of conspiring to block everything that his administration has tried to do.
Just weeks from the first primaries of the 2022 midterm elections, the fight over voting rights is unfolding again at the state level -- with Republicans in several swing states proposing new measures that would make it harder to vote.
Voting rights activists are closely monitoring takeovers of local election boards in a state that helped decide the presidency and control of the Senate in 2020.
Republicans unanimously blocked their election reform legislation — and two centrists joined the GOP in resisting their push to change chamber rules.
The donors said they will support a primary challenge, and demanded that the senator refund their contributions.
The president’s press conference was a two hour affair filled with self-analysis, contrition and defiance.
Senate Democrats failed to change the legislative filibuster for a voting bill on Wednesday night, after Sens.
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Senate Democrats who hoped to curb the filibuster in order to pass two partisan election overhaul bills were thwarted by two centrists in their own party in an expected outcome that highlighted persistent intraparty divisions.
President Joe Biden marked his first year in office by giving a rare press conference — during which he made a series of false or misleading claims about his record to date.
The Senate blocked Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer's (D-NY) late-night gambit to nuke the filibuster and pass two "voter bills."
Psaki issued a statement trying to undo the damage caused by President Joe Biden's weak statements on Ukraine and Russia.
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A failed vote on rules changes guarantees little progress on voting rights — and many other policies.
Senate Democrats suffered a major defeat Wednesday evening in their efforts to pass voting rights legislation -- a key issue for the party, which is under pressure to take action ahead of the midterm elections just months away.
The Democratic leader, who'd used the Senate's 60-vote margin to his advantage in the past, took his time — and peeled off dozens of skeptics.
Sen. Jon Ossoff (D-Ga.), who has kept a low profile for much of his first year in office, spoke up Wednesday evening on the Senate floor to challenge Sen.
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The Senate Wednesday rejected an effort to alter the filibuster to pass their long-sought voting bills, capping one of the most consequential days in the history of the chamber.
Senate Republicans blocked two "voting rights" bills, setting the stage for Democrats to try remove the legislative filibuster.
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