Letting small minorities of senators block things most Americans support delivers obstruction, not bipartisanship.
While working families are suffering under the pandemic, corporate boards have bent the rules to protect massive CEO paychecks.
The PRO Act would establish a baseline for ensuring that working people can fight for and win transformative climate policies that benefit everyone.
The acquittal of Trump was bad, but the Senate’s approach to foreign affairs over the years has been even worse.
Millions of people are still unemployed, facing eviction or foreclosure, and scrambling to get enough to eat.
Where is the concern for the families of the more than 215,000 Americans who have lost their lives to the coronavirus?
The bill marks a rare show of partisan unity against the President.
Senator Sheldon Whitehouse: “American taxpayers should never again be on the hook for lavish pay packages at bailed-out firms.”
The only people who get hurt if Congress slaps new trade sanctions on Iran are U.S. aviation companies.
There’s still time for the Obama administration to prosecute U.S. human rights abusers.
Senators who voted in favor of the Keystone XL Pipeline accepted seven times more campaign funding from fossil fuel energy groups.
He proved that progressives without much money could win statewide elections.
IPS’s new Congressional Report Card for the 99% grades lawmakers with a grade “A+” through “F” on a series of bills that either “feather the nest of America’s most affluent” or “enhance economic opportunities of our 99 percent.”
Bi-partisan group in the Senate remains fully committed to ignoring all evidence in their quest to bomb Iran.
I had the opportunity to testify on inequality before the Senate Budget Committee last week. No one seems to recall the last time the committee devoted a whole hearing to this issue.