From the Electoral College to the Senate, reforms to our founding charters are possible without amendments.
Prepare for a real battle for control of the upper chamber next year.
And why don’t senators ever try to sneak unanimous consent requests through the chamber?
Support to Israel, Ukraine, and Taiwan hangs in the balance.
Sen. Bill Cassidy says senators talked fentanyl with Xi Jinping, but human rights not a top topic.
It’s possible to restore the Senate to a place of cool, reasoned deliberation.
Breaking down lawmakers’ options for breaking the stalemate.
How much credit do Democrats deserve for turning against Menendez?
Why a small minority has such power over Kevin McCarthy.
The New Jersey senator faces another round of bribery charges, and Democrats are split on his next move.
Our institutions are so weak that they cannot tell anyone to grow up and play by the rules.
Plus: Washington welcomes Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky. Sort of.
Is the blockade of confirmations and promotions hurting military preparedness?
Craving decorum in an unserious age.
The Republican has broad support for the nomination to face Democratic Sen. Bob Casey.
The gap between the House and Senate spending plans grows as the end of the fiscal year approaches.