Sen. Susan Collins gave a rousing welcome to former Gov. Paul LePage, whined about dark money being spent against her, and lied about the damage done by the 2017 tax scam bill, for which she provided the deciding vote.
Trump Administration Proposes Another Social Security Rule That Violates The Law, Hurts The Disabled
While a proposal intended to kick Social Security Disability claimants off of benefits has received attention, a second rule that would make the appeals process harder to navigate has flown under the radar.
A Washington Post analysis highlights the churn in Trump's administration, and the fact that there hasn't been a permanent DNI in more than six months.
There's a bit more clarity now to the story of the briefing to the House Intelligence Committee that may or may not have contributed to acting director of national intelligence Joseph Maguire's departure from the Trump administration.
In a radio interview with Geraldo Rivera, Trump talked about one of the lessons he’s learned: not to let officials listen in on his phone calls with world leaders.
Senate Democrats tried again Tuesday morning three times to bring election security legislation to the floor.
The rest of us "wish" she wouldn't have violated her oath of office.
Last night Senate Republicans killed the last-ditch efforts by Democrats to stop this cover-up of an impeachment trial.
"A fair trial includes relevant documents and witnesses. And in a fair trial the judge determines what evidence is admitted," wrote Sen. Chris Van Hollen. (D-MD)
The third day of Donald Trump's impeachment trial once again featured Republican senators competing with each other to see who could show the most disdain for the idea of their constitutional duty and the oath they took to provide impartial justice.
Maine Sen. Susan Collins is not having a good week.
If Dan Lipinski calls himself a Democrat, is he? Or is he just too dishonest to call himself a Republican?
Collins Says 'Both Sides' Are The Problem In Fair Senate Impeachment Trial, Still Mum On Trump Bribe
The new comments come from Maine Public Radio, in a friendly interview Monday about her thoughts on how impeachment should proceed.
There's no way a simple throat swab intended to determine whether a patient has strep should cost more than a few hundred dollars (and in any other rich nation, it wouldn't).
Apparently there are limits to even the Republican Senate's tolerance of Donald Trump's kowtowing to murderous dictators.