When Rep. Cynthia M. Lummis was elected to Congress in 2008, she wanted to be a reformer and rein in spending and squelch bills that infringed on states rights.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren continues to make news by not doing things.
Incumbent Republican Sen. Mark S. Kirk Tuesday is releasing an ad challenging Illinois Democrat Tammy Duckworths commitment to welcoming Syrian refugees into the country without additional government screening.
The Democratic National Convention has opted not to charge print media for a seat in the convention hall in July, more than a month after the GOP decided to do so.
Sen. James Lankford released his first book of wasteful federal programs and regulations on Monday, joining a group of Republican senators with similar reports.
It has been almost 16 months since I wrote about the comparative positions of President Barack Obama and former President George W. Bush as they approached their second midterm elections. Since then, the two presidents, and two administrations, have continued to resemble each other increasingly.
Imagine, for a moment, the once unthinkable scenario that Washington Republicans are beginning to contemplate: The GOP convention in Cleveland with Donald Trump as the nominee.
Christmas could come early for educators and their advocates, with lawmakers hopeful an agreement to fix the No Child Left Behind law could clear Congress by mid-December.
The two people to watch are Cruz and Rubio, Charles Krauthammer declared on Tuesdays episode of Fox News Special Report. Call it wishful thinking or conventional wisdom (or both), but there is an assumption that this clash of titans might eventually occurand I, for one, am rooting for it.
Iraq War veteran Sean Barney on Tuesday became the fourth Democrat to enter the race for Delawares open at-large congressional seat.
Government attorneys late Tuesday urged the Supreme Court to decide the case over President Barack Obamas immigration executive actions by the end of this term in June.
Dick Cheney returns to the Capitol next Thursday and this time, its for good.
A group of House Republicans wants uniformed military leaders to consult with attorneys before carrying out executive orders from President Barack Obama related to closing the detention facility at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.
In this weeks edition of Office Space, Rep. Steve King, R-Iowa, displays his collection of historical artifacts, hikes mountains with Rep. Louie Gohmert and brandishes a knife to CQ Roll Call.