Duckworth Brings Baby Daughter On Senate FloorDuckworth gave birth to her second daughter, Maile Pearl Bowlsbey, on April 9.
Senate Changes Rules To Allow Babies In Chamber After Duckworth Gives BirthU.S. Sen. Tammy Duckworth, the first woman to give birth while serving in the Senate, will be allowed to bring her baby into the chamber, after the Senate voted to change its rules.
Sen. Tammy Duckworth Reflects On Hardships That Have Defined HerBefore she gave birth to Maile, the 50-year-old junior senator from Illinois reflected on some of her life's milestones, in a note to her younger self.
Duckworth: Babies Should Be Allowed On Senate FloorSen. Tammy Duckworth, the first U.S. senator who is expected to give birth while in office, told CNN she feels the Senate rules are outdated because they wouldn't allow her to bring her baby to the floor.
Legionella Bacteria Found At Mendoza's OfficeOfficials from that office confirmed the positive test Tuesday, adding the water is not in parts of the building accessible to employees.
Sen. Tammy Duckworth Pregnant, Will Be First Senator To Give Birth In OfficeIllinois Sen. Tammy Duckworth is pregnant and will become the first U.S. Senator to give birth while in office.
Tammy Duckworth Slams Trump Over Tweet, Calls Him 'Cadet Bone Spurs'Illinois Sen. Tammy Duckworth blasted President Trump today over a conterversial tweet.
A Breakdown Of The Republican Tax BillThe vote was 51-49, largely along party lines. Not a single Democrat voted in favor of the legislation,
Duckworth: Ending ACA Subsidies Affect The Most VulnerableSenator Tammy Duckworth says President Trump's order ending the subsidies for health insurance marketplaces is going to push many people out of being able to afford the healthcare that they need.
Duckworth, Schneider Seek Millions For Zion, Other Cities Storing Nuclear WasteU.S. Rep. Brad Schneider said the economic impact of the Zion nuclear power plant’s closure in 1998 is still apparent today.
Duckworth Calls Republican Healthcare Bill 'Devastating'Now that the details of the Republican Senate healthcare bill have emerged, one of Illinois' U.S. senators is sounding off.
Rauner and Other Illinois Elected Officials React To Virginia ShootingIllinois elected officials took to social media to praise first responders and express condolences to Congressman Steve Scalise, who was shot in Virginia.