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On Washington: Behind New Obamacare Repeal Vote: ‘Furious’ G.O.P. Donors

On Washington: Behind New Obamacare Repeal Vote: ‘Furious’ G.O.P. Donors

From right, Senators Mitch McConnell, John Barrasso and Cory Gardner, all Republicans, during a news conference at the Capitol this month.
On Washington: New Pot Policy by Trump Administration Draws Bipartisan Fire

On Washington: New Pot Policy by Trump Administration Draws Bipartisan Fire

Senator Cory Gardner, Republican of Colorado, condemned the decision by the Trump administration to renew tough federal enforcement of marijuana laws.
On Washington: New Pot Policy by Trump Administration Draws Bipartisan Fire

On Washington: New Pot Policy by Trump Administration Draws Bipartisan Fire

Senator Cory Gardner, Republican of Colorado, condemned the decision by the Trump administration to renew tough federal enforcement of marijuana laws.
Editorial: Jeff Sessions’s Endless War on Marijuana

Editorial: Jeff Sessions’s Endless War on Marijuana

Attorney General Jeff Sessions at the White House in December.
Trump Says He’s Likely to Back Marijuana Bill, in Apparent Break With Sessions

Trump Says He’s Likely to Back Marijuana Bill, in Apparent Break With Sessions

President Trump’s prediction that he would support the bill is the second time this week that he has taken a position directly contradicting the policies driven by his own attorney general.
Trump Says He’s Likely to Back Marijuana Bill, in Apparent Break With Sessions

Trump Says He’s Likely to Back Marijuana Bill, in Apparent Break With Sessions

President Trump’s prediction that he would support the bill is the second time this week that he has taken a position directly contradicting the policies driven by his own attorney general.
Bipartisan Senate Group Pushes ‘Crushing’ Punishments to Thwart Russia

Bipartisan Senate Group Pushes ‘Crushing’ Punishments to Thwart Russia

Senator Lindsey Graham, Republican of South Carolina, said the United States should punish Russia until it “ceases and desists meddling in the U.S. electoral process.”
McConnell Faces Pressure From Republicans to Stop Avoiding Shutdown Fight

McConnell Faces Pressure From Republicans to Stop Avoiding Shutdown Fight

By absenting himself, the Senate majority leader had hoped to push the blame for a prolonged shutdown onto Democrats while protecting Republicans running for re-election next year — including himself.
McConnell Faces Pressure From Republicans to Stop Avoiding Shutdown Fight

McConnell Faces Pressure From Republicans to Stop Avoiding Shutdown Fight

By absenting himself, the Senate majority leader had hoped to push the blame for a prolonged shutdown onto Democrats while protecting Republicans running for re-election next year — including himself.
On Washington: As Shutdown Persists, New Congress Opens With Celebration and Uncertainty

On Washington: As Shutdown Persists, New Congress Opens With Celebration and Uncertainty

A Capitol maintenance worker before the 116th Congress was sworn in on Thursday, the 13th day of the government shutdown.
On Washington: As Shutdown Persists, New Congress Opens With Celebration and Uncertainty

On Washington: As Shutdown Persists, New Congress Opens With Celebration and Uncertainty

A Capitol maintenance worker before the 116th Congress was sworn in on Thursday, the 13th day of the government shutdown.
Trump’s Attempt to Circumvent Congress Leaves Uneasy Senate Republicans With Hard Choice

Trump’s Attempt to Circumvent Congress Leaves Uneasy Senate Republicans With Hard Choice

Senators Susan Collins of Maine and Lamar Alexander of Tennessee, both Republicans, opposed President Trump’s decision to declare a national emergency.
Trump’s Attempt to Circumvent Congress Leaves Uneasy Senate Republicans With Hard Choice

Trump’s Attempt to Circumvent Congress Leaves Uneasy Senate Republicans With Hard Choice

Senators Susan Collins of Maine and Lamar Alexander of Tennessee, both Republicans, opposed President Trump’s decision to declare a national emergency.
Bureau of Land Management Headquarters to Move to Colorado, Senator Says

Bureau of Land Management Headquarters to Move to Colorado, Senator Says

Senator Cory Gardner, Republican of Colorado, called the move a victory for communities in the West. Others called it “a P.R. stunt.”
Bureau of Land Management Headquarters to Move to Colorado, Senator Says

Bureau of Land Management Headquarters to Move to Colorado, Senator Says

Senator Cory Gardner, Republican of Colorado, called the move a victory for communities in the West. Others called it “a P.R. stunt.”
John Hickenlooper Mulling Ending Presidential Bid to Run for Senate

John Hickenlooper Mulling Ending Presidential Bid to Run for Senate

Mr. Hickenlooper, who has remained near the bottom of the Democratic field, is in discussions to challenge Colorado’s Republican senator, Cory Gardner.
John Hickenlooper Mulling Ending Presidential Bid to Run for Senate

John Hickenlooper Mulling Ending Presidential Bid to Run for Senate

Mr. Hickenlooper, who has remained near the bottom of the Democratic field, is in discussions to challenge Colorado’s Republican senator, Cory Gardner.
Both Parties See Control of the Senate as Pivotal. Here Are the Key Races They’re Watching.

Both Parties See Control of the Senate as Pivotal. Here Are the Key Races They’re Watching.

Republican-held seats in Arizona, Colorado, Maine and North Carolina are top targets for Democrats but both sides are keeping an eye out for wild cards.
On Impeachment, the Real Political Action Is in the Senate

On Impeachment, the Real Political Action Is in the Senate

Its impact on the presidential race will be a wash. But can Mitch McConnell stop it from shaking his hold on Congress?
Republicans, Do You Really Want Trump at Your Rally?

Republicans, Do You Really Want Trump at Your Rally?

Matt Bevin’s fate in Kentucky might be a warning sign for senators running for re-election next year.