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The Cruelty of Cindy Hyde-Smith
Cindy Hyde-Smith winked glibly at Mississippi’s brutal violence toward black people. Then, she got elected to Congress.
the kavanaugh hearings
Senate Cuts Off Debate on Kavanaugh, Making His Confirmation All But Certain
In the end, Jeff Flake, Susan Collins and Joe Manchin are giving Kavanaugh the votes he needed.
Anthony Kennedy Retires From Supreme Court
Get ready for the mother of all confirmation battles.
Tammy Duckworth Wants to Allow Babies in the Senate
This would be a historic win for families with working moms.
Chelsea Manning Files to Run for U.S. Senate in Maryland
Per federal election filings.
Somebody Wanted Kris Jenner to Be the Next Senator From Alabama
She was written in as a candidate in Shelby County, Alabama.
Woman Shares New Evidence of Her Relationship With Roy Moore at Age 17
Moore has denied knowing any of the women accusing him of sexual misconduct.
The Senate Is Officially Investigating Al Franken
The U.S. Senate Ethics Committee is looking into allegations of sexual misconduct.
Republican Congressmen Are Using Threatening Language Against Female Senators
“Somebody needs to go over to that Senate and snatch a knot in their ass.”
Watch Senator Cory Booker’s Emotional Speech Condemning the Health-Care Bill
A Facebook Live session turned into a spontaneous rally on the Capitol steps against the Senate’s health-care bill.
Senate GOP Begrudgingly Allows Token Woman to Join Health-Care Working Group
Senator Shelley Moore Capito was invited to a meeting about the bill on Tuesday.
Trump Signs Law That Allows States to Defund Abortion Providers
The bill barely passed in the Senate last month.
the american dream (or what's left of it)
Senate Employee Says Pay Is So Bad She’s Forced to Moonlight As Stripper
“Even though I serve some of the wealthiest and most powerful people in the world, I can’t afford to buy my son school supplies or clothes.”
U.S. Senate Adds More Stalls to Ladies’ Room
When the glass ceiling is actually a tile floor.
binders full of women
Female Senators Account for Changing Armed Services Committee
What happens when women are in the room.