HTTPS certifies that these Senate webpages are not intercepted, modified or replaced while in transit and helps to shield users from being tracked. Initially something only e-commerce and bank websites used, HTTPS is quickly becoming fairly common, including on Facebook, where personal information of users is at risk.

Senate racing to make its websites hack-proof

By Daniel Chaitin

The U.S. Senate has begun shoring up the security of its websites, a step the House has yet to take.

Second House Democrat calls for Trump impeachment

By Susan Ferrechio

Green said that by firing Comey, Trump is obstructing the investigation "of the president's campaign ties to Russian influence in his 2016 p...

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Mark Sanford: I 'attempted' to read all of the healthcare bill

By Kyle Feldscher

He said, "I voted yes because this debate came down to whether or not we advance this debate to the Senate."

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The 20 House Republicans who opposed the Obamacare bill

By Pete Kasperowicz

That was near the maximum number of defections that Republicans could withstand before the bill would fail.

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