With the presidential circus having left their backyard, New Hampshires Senate candidates lost little time this week digging into each others commitment to limiting spending in whats expected to be one of the most competitive and expensive Senate races in the country.
In Florida, where a court imposed a new map in December, two lawmakers who had their safe seats swept out from under them have yet to announce their electoral plans ahead of a June 24 filing deadline.
Ted Cruz and Donald Trump have demonstrated anew to conservatives how to take on and defeat the GOP establishment. If theyre not careful, Republicans might soon feel the consequences of their victories beyond the presidential race.
The Senate confirmed Leonard Terry Strand to be U.S. district judge for the Northern District of Iowa on Thursday, in what might be the final judicial nominee confirmed for the foreseeable future.
Updated 5:47 p.m. | Just as the Senate was departing for the Presidents Day recess, presidential hopeful Ted Cruz relented on a blockade of political nominees at the State Department.
The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee announced Thursday its first round of 2016 candidates in the Red to Blue program, which highlights strong Democratic candidates running in open seats and districts held by Republicans that the DCCC hopes to flip.
The Indiana Democratic Partys decision to challenge Rep. Todd Youngs petitions to be on the Senate primary ballot amounted to voter deprivation, the chairman of the National Republican Senatorial Committee said Thursday.
Senators are continuing to negotiate a mental health system overhaul package, but one issue threatens its future: guns.
What do you have to do to bring a politically polarized Congress together? Conduct a nuclear weapons test, launch a long-range rocket and restart a reactor that can provide weapons-grade plutonium.
I dont have any news to make today on that subject, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., said Tuesday, when asked about President Barack Obama latest spending blueprint that landed on Capitol Hill a few hours earlier. It was just one indication of the diminished public debate over the presidents budget.
Mankind being completely alone in the universe makes far less sense to former Rep. Lynn Woolsey than contemplating the possibility that someone (something?) else might be cruising around the infinite vastness surrounding our home planet.
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In this weeks edition of Office Space, Rep. Gregory W. Meeks, D-N.Y., shows off his collection of pens, Easter eggs and his affinity for desks.