Democrats have a problem with their Senators wanting to run for Governor in 2016 ahead of what looks to be a very ugly cycle for them in 2018. Senators Joe Manchin (West Virginia), Claire McCaskill (Missouri), and Heidi Heitkamp (North Dakota) have all been rumored to be desirous of serving as the chief executive of...
Missouri Sen. Claire McCaskill slammed presidential hopeful Marco Rubio on ABC’s “This Week,” saying the Florida senator “folded like a cheap shotgun” on immigration. Click to Continue »
Missouri Senator Claire McCaskill said she was merely criticizing a system, not the Duke team or its players when she tweeted that she was (...)
For some reason, Missouri Senator Claire McCaskill felt the need to weigh in on Duke’s victory over Wisconsin in the NCAA title game: Read more...
After the NCAA men's basketball championship Claire McCaskill reminded the Internet that bad sports opinions can come from anywhere. Congrats to Duke,but I was rooting for team who had stars that are actually going to college & not just...Show More Summary
Senator Claire McCaskill thinks Hillary Clinton should have been more prepared for email questions. A coalition of Democratic and Republican state lawmakers in Florida are renewing their push to add sexual orientation and gender identity to state civil rights law....
Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell has called for a clean homeland spending bill to meet the midnight Friday deadline. Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-MO), Sen....
Senator Claire McCaskill says protestors are "disappointed" by shooting of two police officers
Oh, there's so much wrong with this I hardly know where to begin. A Republican state representative earned a much-deserved smackdown from Senator Claire McCaskill for this: State Rep. Mike Moon wants the Affordable Care Act repealedShow More Summary
Democratic Sen. Claire McCaskill of Missouri Within minutes of the Republican’s failure to advance a bill that would fund the Department of Homeland Security, Democratic Sen. Claire McCaskill of Missouri took to the Senate floor to rail against Republicans for the doomed vote. I’m a little confused about what’s happening right now. Show More Summary
K.C. JOHNSON: Shame On Kirsten Gillibrand. Apart from Claire McCaskill, no senator has more aggressively advocated weakening due process protections for students accused of sexual assault than New York senator Kirsten Gillibrand. She continued her anti-due process crusade in two high-profile moves this week. Show More Summary
Senator Claire McCaskill issued a "firm no" that she will not be giving up her senate seat to run for governor of Missouri.
This past June, Dr. Mehmet Oz was called to testify before Congress at the request of Senator Claire McCaskill because of one particularly egregious scam that he, among others, promoted. Now, the British Medical Journal has weighed in with more substantive charges against the sell-out doctor. Show More Summary
Since June, Senators Kirsten Gillibrand and Claire McCaskill have been trying to pass the Campus Accountability & Safety Act, which takes a carrot/stick approach to how colleges deal with sexual assault. On the carrot side, it wouldShow More Summary
During a Senate Judiciary subcommittee hearing Tuesday morning, Democratic Senators Claire McCaskill and Kirsten Gillibrand each weighed in on what they see as the potentially harmful effects of the Rolling Stone article on campus rape at the University of Virginia that has come under suspicion for inaccuracies after it was published last month.
Shortly after Senate Democrats voted earlier this month to name Harry Reid their leader, Reid sat down with the The New York Times and vented about Missouri Senator Claire McCaskill, who earlier that day declined to vote for him. Reid...Show More Summary
Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-MO) publicly said on Thursday that she will not vote for Sen. Harry Reid (D-NV) to continue as leader of the Democrats in the Senate — though her one statement on this matter is not likely to have any great impact. Show More Summary
Senator Claire McCaskill, Democrat of Missouri, says she will not vote for Senator Harry Reid to continue as leader of the party in the Senate.
Questions have been raised in Ferguson, Mo., about the role of that state's senior U.S. senator: Did either Sen. Claire McCaskill or her staff communicate to the Department of Justice that it should end its Ferguson investigation after the local grand jury ends its own?