Provisions relating to immigration, climate and prescription drugs are at risk of being stripped out following a review from the Senate's rulekeeper.
Now the question is what exactly the agreement entails — and what it would mean for the American people.
The Senate Republican leader from Kentucky apparently can take it only from Donald Trump.
They're only kicking the can down the road.
The president said he couldn't guarantee the U.S. won’t default on its obligations because of unified Republican opposition in the Senate.
“It’s pretty sad if you ask me,” Sen. Mazie Hirono of Hawaii said when asked about the West Virginia senator's outline of a $1.5 trillion reconciliation bill.
The Senate Republican leader is trying to rewrite history as he leaves Democrats to avert an economic catastrophe on their own.
"I cannot accept our economy or basically our society moving towards an entitlement mentality."
Congress is moving to avert one crisis while putting off another.
All Republican lawmakers have to do is, well, nothing.
Senate Republicans successfully filibustered a House-passed bill that would’ve avoided a government shutdown.
The Democratic Senate majority leader urged President Joe Biden to cease the expulsion of Haitian migrants who have been massing at the U.S.-Mexico border.
The Senate majority leader warned "we’re not going to get anything" if the Democratic Party remains divided on passage of its $3.5 trillion budget plan.
One of his picks for Biden, civil rights attorney Nusrat Choudhury, could become the second-ever Muslim American federal judge.
The Texas senator's own history with Donald Trump gets an uncomfortable spotlight.
Included would be more money for health care, education, family services and environmental programs and tax breaks for families.
The news conference power play provided comic fodder for people on Twitter.
Sens. Chuck Schumer and Kirsten Gillibrand called on the governor to step down, and a few state lawmakers have already drafted articles of impeachment.
Senators convened for weekend work as they pulled together the huge bill.
Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer pushed back against criticism of the online tool that some families must use to sign up for the new benefit.