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Seven-term Minnesota GOP Rep. John Kline announced Thursday he will not run for re-election, putting Republicans in a tough spot to hold the southeastern Minnesota district in a presidential year.
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U.S. District Court Judge David Bunnings decision Thursday to punish Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis for refusing to issue marriage licenses she maintains conflict with her religious beliefs isnt the only time the legal professional has been cast in an unflattering light.
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Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid, the dean of the Nevada congressional delegation, endorsed state Sen. Ruben Kihuen in a crowded Democratic primary in Nevadas 4th District on Thursday.
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North Dakota Sen. Heidi Heitkamp, a Democrat whose seat could likely be a top target for national Republicans in 2018, will soon announce whether she will pursue a political path that could take a re-election campaign out of the picture.
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Rep. Peter Roskam gave a tour of his congressional office in 2009 for Roll Calls Office Space series, which returns this fall.
Another day brings another batch of emails from the inbox of Hillary Rodham Clinton. In addition to a memo on how to impeach Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas and inquiries on when to catch episodes of Parks and Recreation and The Good Wife, the latest collection of emails from the former secretary of States time at Foggy Bottom includes several that made particular mention of members of Congress, past and present.
Agribusinessman Kip Tom filed Tuesday to run in Indianas 3rd District, joining four Republicans already vying for the nomination to succeed Rep. Marlin Stutzman, whos running for Senate.
Rep. Michael M. Honda hired attorneys from two prominent Washington law firms and a California public relations firm to respond to a controversy surrounding a potential House Ethics Committee probe into improper coordination between his campaign and official staff.
Information is still coming in about the people and technology devices connected to the Ashley Madison website, which promotes extramarital affairs. But several former staffers and current public relations professionals think a link from a House office to the site could be a job-ending offense, especially if the member of Congress feels the negative press will go over poorly with constituents.
The Trans-Pacific Partnerships rocky road in Congress faces a fresh threat from tobacco-state senators.
Millions of individuals affected by the June data breach at the Office of Personnel Management will receive three years of credit monitoring and identity theft insurance, the agency announced Tuesday.
As a legitimate celebrity from his 14 seasons as the host of NBCs The Apprentice, Donald Trumps candidacy for president has been a ratings boost for the Republican Party, both literally and figuratively.
A 24-year-old former Capitol Hill intern who has already struck it rich with an app bought by Facebook has joined the White House as the first ever Director of Product.
Capitol Police arrested a man last month for reportedly impersonating a law enforcement officer in House Majority Whip Steve Scalises Rayburn office.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said Monday that funding the government is the top challenge facing him when he returns to the Capitol next week.
Two-term Republican Sen. David Vitter started his bid for Louisiana governor as a solid, if not prohibitive, favorite. But Pelican State watchers believe that Vitters prospects look less certain now than they did six months ago.
The Obama administration aide indicted Tuesday for allegedly shooting her Capitol Police boyfriend on Aug. 7 has resigned, according to a White House spokesperson.
With the Export-Import Banks charter now expired for two months and counting, pro-Ex-Im businesses are putting new pressure on the House Republicans behind the effort to shut down the federal credit agency.
On a small altar at the American University chapel sat red, white and blue flowers, a New York Yankees cap, and a picture of a beaming young man standing in front of the White House.
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker may think that a wall along the U.S.-Canada border is a legitimate idea to look into, but two U.S. senators think its dumb and terrible.
President Barack Obamas renaming of Mount McKinley to Denali has raised the hackles of Speaker John A. Boehner, but the rest of his Alaska trip may rile the GOP even more as the president highlights the effects of climate change and his go-it-alone plans to tackle it.
DOVER, N.H. Gov. Maggie Hassan stands in front of a green screen. To her left, a stick-on motif on the wall prompts her to Choose Your Adventure Here.
The Government Publishing Office is on track to report the lowest number of workplace discrimination complaints in nearly 20 years, the agency announced Monday.
Rep. Cresent Hardy, R-Nev., leads all four of the potential Democratic opponents in head-to-head matchups for his 4th District seat, an internal poll conducted for his campaign and obtained by CQ Roll Call shows.