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Elizabeth Warren and her husband are worth an estimated $12 million. Here’s a look at the lifestyle, finances, and real-estate portfolio of one ...
Warren's wealth is held mostly in retirement accounts and real estate. She and her husband own a house in Massachusetts and a condo in Washington, DC.
Sen. Richard Shelby, who sits on housing and insurance subcommittees, owns up to $5 million worth of stock in a real estate insurance firm.
Congress grilled little-known middlemen over the high cost of prescription drugs. Here’s how they defended themselves.
Pharmacy benefit managers are defending the tactics they use to keep prescription drug costs down and pointing the finger back at Big Pharma.
A GOP senator brought a giant picture of Ronald Reagan riding a dinosaur to argue against Democrats’ Green New Deal. Here are 10 other wild prop...
C-SPAN might have a reputation for mind-numbing content, but once in a while lawmakers on Capitol Hill spice up the legislative debate with props.
Several vulnerable Democratic senators, including Bill Nelson of Florida, Claire McCaskill of Missouri, and Joe Donnelly of Indiana, saw net drops in their approval ratings in the third quarter of this year.
One Republican senator who could tank Brett Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court ambitions says the FBI should investigate allegations brought by Julie Swe...
Republican Sen. from Maine Susan Collins wants the FBI to consider Julie Swetnick's accusations against Brett Kavanaugh in its investigation of the public sexual assault allegations made against him.
As the 2018 midterm election season approaches this November, here are the country's most and least popular Republican, Democratic, and Independent senators, from Mitch McConnell to Bernie Sanders.
Eleven of the 12 most vulnerable senators up for reelection in 2018 saw their approval ratings drop over the course of 2017, according to Morning Consult.
‘Completely unacceptable’: Senators react to allegations that Al Franken kissed and and groped a TV host without consent
TV host Leeann Tweeden accused Sen. Al Franken of Minnesota on Thursday of groping and kissing her without her consent in 2006.
GOP senators, Mike Lee and Steve Daines, have pulled their endorsement of Roy Moore, the Republican nominee for Alabama senator