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After removing a president, the Senate must separately vote by simple majority to prevent them from holding a federal office in the future.
So far Republican support for the president over calls for Ukraine and China to investigate his political opponent, Joe Biden, has been relatively muted.
Apple, Facebook, Amazon, and Google all skipped signing a letter from 145 CEOs urging the Senate to take action on gun control
Gap, Twitter, Uber, and Levi Strauss joined over 100 major US companies in a letter to the Senate urging gun control legislation.
YouTube is under investigation for violating children's privacy laws, and Google has reportedly agreed to a settlement.
Twitter lifts suspension of Mitch McConnell’s campaign account, allowing video of protesters threatening the senator in Kentucky
The @Team_Mitch Twitter account was suspended after tweeting video of a Kentucky protest on Aug. 6. The suspension has now been lifted.
A US Senator asked the FTC to ‘take all necessary steps’ to ensure YouTube is held accountable for violating children privacy laws
US Sen. Ed Markey said there is "extensive evidence" that YouTube is invading the privacy of its young users.
In a major upset, Democratic nominee Doug Jones narrowly defeated Moore in the 2017 special US Senate election to replace Jeff Sessions.
CRACKS IN THE WALL: The Senate didn’t pass either bill to end the government shutdown, but the Democrats’ bill got more votes than the Tru...
Just one Democrat voted for a Republican bill to fund the wall, while six Republicans voted for a Democrat-introduced bill to fund the government.
‘You’re not getting the wall’: Chuck Schumer excoriates Trump in Senate floor speech as a government shutdown looms
"Abandon your shutdown strategy. You're not getting the wall today, next week, or on January 3 when Democrats take control of the House," Schumer said.
Top Democratic donors say they won't support a Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand 2020 bid after she helped oust Al Franken over sexual misconduct allegations.