Analysts and stakeholders say the implications of a Democrat-majority Senate could be consequential for renewables and electric vehicle deployment, as well as broader carbon reduction policies.
Analysts and stakeholders say the implications of a Democrat-majority Senate could be consequential for renewables and electric vehicle deployment, as well as broader carbon reduction ...
With Democrats in control of the Senate, Biden's climate agenda can be much more ambitious.
Control of the Senate is seen as a linchpin to enacting meaningful climate legislation
Democrats’ double victory will fundamentally change the next two years of American politics.
Democratic leaders began outlining a bold agenda for the coming year Wednesday as they prepared for their party’s takeover of the Senate.
Many Americans are in need of second stimulus checks and a new coronavirus relief package. As Congress resumes stimulus negotiations, President Trump has called for a "big and focused" ...
Senate votes 50 to 49 to limit debate Republicans cite need to address 'backlog' on infrastructure Democrats call McNamee ideologically motivated in favor of fossil fuels The US Senate ...
Lawmakers said would help U.S. students, families and businesses through March amid the surge of coronavirus cases across the nation
The proposal includes enhanced federal unemployment benefits of $300 per week and $25 billion in rental assistance.
Older lawmakers’ foibles and infirmities are coming under new scrutiny, violating an unspoken culture of complicity and coverup.
Former Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid told NBC News ending the 60-vote rule "should be the first item of business" if Democrats sweep the 2020 races.
The Senate will be evenly divided between Democrats and Republicans, giving a tie-breaking vote to incoming Vice President Kamala Harris.
Stimulus checks are not likely to be included in the $908 billion stimulus bill.
Will Mitch McConnell's test backfire?
Pelosi indicated that she is open to passing a $908 billion coronavirus relief bill, after months of refusing any relief bill smaller than $2 trillion.
Weak November payroll figures show "the need for strong, urgent emergency relief is more important than ever," Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer said.