When a ‘Pro-Life’ Republican Defends His State’s Abortion Rights

Plus: Will Washington state Republicans again choose a MAGA diehard as they try to retake a congressional seat?

Sen. Joe Lieberman, National Treasure

The late Sen. John McCain was right: ‘Joe is good. He is just good.’

Dems Zero-In on Abortion in Michigan’s Senate Battle

The Biden campaign begins outreach to ‘Haley Republicans.’

A Change in GOP Senate Leadership Could Mean Filibuster Reform

Sen. John Cornyn once sought to change the filibuster for judicial nominees. Would he be willing to go further as Republican leader?

A Tale of Two Polling Trends

Reasons to believe—and to doubt.

Can Katie Britt Recover From Her State of the Union Debacle?

Being knocked off Donald Trump’s VP shortlist could be a blessing in disguise.

The Post-Filibuster Age

It’s coming—but maybe not as soon as we expect.

After Super Tuesday, A Primary Ends and A General Election Begins

Plus: Who will win Kyrsten Sinema’s Arizona seat—progressives or populists?

Haley Continues Her Cross-Country Stump Ahead of Super Tuesday

Plus: With McConnell retiring, who might lead Senate Republicans next?

The 2024 Battle for the Senate Takes Shape

Democrats’ path to keeping their Senate majority has become more challenging in recent days.

Immigration Reform Looks To Be Dead Indefinitely

Even if Donald Trump beats Joe Biden in November, don’t expect congressional action.

Is a Congressional Deal on Immigration and Ukraine Funding Dead?

A bill to stem the tide of illegal immigration may pass the Senate, but its chances in the House look increasingly slim.

Another Trump Term Is a Grave Threat to NATO

And he wouldn’t even have to be a ‘dictator on Day 1’ to pull it off.

Disregard for the Constitution? That’s on Us.

From the Electoral College to the Senate, reforms to our founding charters are possible without amendments.

Handicapping the 2024 Senate Map

Prepare for a real battle for control of the upper chamber next year.

Tommy Tuberville’s Military Holdups Picking Up GOP Detractors

And why don’t senators ever try to sneak unanimous consent requests through the chamber?