We keep hearing that Donald Trump is continuing to use his original, unsecured Android smartphone while in the White House. Now Democratic Sens. Claire McCaskill and Tom Carper have written a letter to Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis...Show More Summary
Senator Claire McCaskill, D-Mo., discusses Senator Chuck Schumer’s call for an independent investigation into General Flynn while the House Oversight...
Sens. Claire McCaskill and Tom Carper want to know if Trump is using a secure Android phone.
(Reuters) - U.S. Democrat Senator Claire McCaskill on Thursday asked Kaleo Pharmaceuticals to justify the more than 550 percent surge in the price of its device to treat painkiller overdoses, becoming the second senator to question Evzio's $4,500 price tag.
Republican senators who have clashed with President Donald Trump over his refugee ban are now getting some back-up. Save the Children Action Network is launching a six-figure radio ad buy, … Click to Continue »
Ultra-liberal Senator Claire McCaskill (D-MO), who cast the deciding vote for Obamacare, but now represents a state that Trump won by 20 points: We should have a full confirmation hearing process and a vote on ANY nominee for the Supreme Court.
Senator Claire McCaskill got a bit of Twitter blowback for saying she favors a full confirmation process for President Trump's pick for the Supreme Court.
Sen. Claire McCaskill’s new role as the top Democrat on the Senate’s homeland security committee could turn into a political high-wire act for the Missouri senator as she heads toward … Click to Continue »
Sen. Claire McCaskill questions Trump administration over how it formulated refugee ban.
Missouri Sen. Claire McCaskill, the top Democrat on the Senate’s Homeland Security committee, has asked for an emergency meeting with the agency’s secretary, John Kelly. McCaskill asked Kelly to meet … Click to Continue »
There are 10 Democrat senators from Trump states up for re-election in 2018. Many will get unexpected, strong challengers like this one: NASCAR champ Carl Edwards seems to be open to trading his driver’s seat for a spot in the U.S. Senate. Show More Summary
Edwards, 37, surprisingly retired from NASCAR earlier this month. Recently retired NASCAR driver Carl Edwards may be contemplating a bid for a seat in the U.S. Senate, challenging Sen. Claire McCaskill, a Democrat, in Missouri next year. Edwards’...Show More Summary
In a wide-ranging interview on Morning Joe this morning, Missouri Senator Claire McCaskill covered the following topics: The Womens March: I frankly said in a very short remarks to the crowd in St. Louis, hey, quit yelling at the TV and let this not be the last time you use some shoe leather. Show More Summary
SHE’S RIGHT, BUT SHE’S ALSO THINKING ABOUT RE-ELECTION IN A STATE THAT WENT FOR TRUMP: Dem senator: Violent Trump protesters ‘disgusting:’ Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-Mo.) says she is appalled by protesters responding destructively to President Trump’s inauguration Friday. Show More Summary
Senator Claire McCaskill, a Democrat, scolded the people rioting on the streets in Washington D.C. today following President Trump's inauguration.
President-elect Donald Trump’s Treasury pick Steven Mnuchin faced a grilling by Missouri Sen. Claire McCaskill during his confirmation hearing on Thursday. The former Goldman Sachs banker testified in front of the Senate Finance Committee. McCaskill started her line of questions by quoting...
Steven Mnuchin, President-elect Donald Trump's nominee for the secretary of the Treasury, was grilled by Democratic Senator Claire McCaskill over Trump's debts to foreign countries. During Mnuchin's confirmation hearing in the Senate...Show More Summary
Senator Claire McCaskill (D-MO) went after Donald Trump today for constantly putting U.S. intelligence down while raising up Julian Assange.
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Senator Claire McCaskill asked federal agencies for information on managers who were said to have retaliated against employees who reported wrongdoing.