Sen. Mitch McConnell

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Sen. Mitch McConnell is taking a leading role in Republican efforts to halt Democrats' sweeping voting rights reform package.

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While debates rage on in Republican circles about the validity of the 2020 presidential election and wariness over COVID-19 vaccines, the U.S. Senate's top Republican says his focus is squarely on defeating big-ticket spending items and tax increases proposed by the Biden administration.

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Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said Monday that Republicans are open to passing roughly $600 billion in infrastructure funding, but President Joe Biden's more expansive proposal amounts to a Democratic spending spree.

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The divide between Kentucky's two Republican senators — and their differing approaches in the post-Trump era — just got wider with recent endorsements by the former president.

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U.S. Sen. Mitch McConnell says there is interest in passing infrastructure-related legislation on his side of the aisle, but his party is lining up against President Biden's ambitious $2 trillion plan to rebuild.

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Kentucky's senior senator is turning heads with his latest comments about former President Donald Trump.

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Senator Mitch McConnell now finds himself squarely in the middle of an unfolding debate within the Republican party over its posture toward former president Donald Trump — and what impeachment could mean for their prospects at the ballot box.

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All eyes are on Kentucky Sen. Mitch McConnell as the second impeachment of President Trump heads to the U.S. Senate. The senator's public reluctance to signal how he plans to vote already marks a dramatic shift from the president's first impeachment.

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A new PBS documentary reveals more about Kentucky Senator Mitch McConnell's involvement in securing a Supreme Court nomination for Justice Amy Coney Barrett.

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Kentucky Republican leaders are lining up behind the Trump administration's push to challenge the 2020 election results in court.

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