Cathy McMorris Rodgers has two major goals: changing how Republicans sell themselves to the American people and how Americans view the Republican Party.
Despite opposition from Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton, D-D.C., District leaders advanced a plan to create a new need-based scholarship program funded by the city.
Senate Democrats are about to burn the midnight oil to make their case on climate change.
It was a historic morning in the Senate Thursday, when the Dalai Lama gave the Senates opening prayer in place of Senate Chaplain Barry C. Black.
Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice is headlining a fundraiser in Lexington on Thursday for Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky, a spokesperson for the campaign confirmed.
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell promised a ballroom full of activists Thursday that he would fight tooth and nail for a conservative agenda if he takes the helm of a Republican majority next year.
With just days to go in the smash-mouth special election on Floridas Gulf Coast, both parties are managing expectations ahead of what could be a narrow margin of victory.
This weeks dignitary-motorcade-caused traffic conflagration in Washington continues to reverberate, with the Secret Service responding quickly to complaints from District Mayor Vincent Gray and Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton, D-D.C., affirming that D.C. is not a fiefdom.
A new report by the British environmental group, Carbon Tracker Initiative, concludes that the State Departments analysis of the Keystone Pipeline projects environmental impact is seriously flawed.
Rep. Steve Cohen, D-Tenn., will face yet another primary in the 9th District in 2014.
Not even Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. could convince an in-cycle Senate Democrat from his home state to switch his vote and support embattled Department of Justice nominee Debo P. Adegbile.
Hill denizens of a certain age well remember the unpredictable Larry Pressler. He could be earning another entry as the answer to a political trivia question soon enough.
The House will vote Thursday on legislation extending financial aid to Ukraine, while a vote on a resolution supporting sanctions on Russia could follow next week.
The White House decision to include an expansion of the earned income tax credit in its fiscal 2015 budget proposal added to the growing attention the credit has gained this year as lawmakers and policymakers search for ways to address the countrys widening income gap.
Washington has sold out. Want evidence? Try going to a concert.
If people like their old health care plans, they can keep them for another two years, the administration said late Wednesday.
The national medias reaction to former President Bill Clintons recent trip to Kentucky to boost the Senate candidacy of Democratic Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes was predictable.
Few museum exhibits offer an occasion to actually complete an artists body of work. But a retrospective of the legendary street photographer Garry Winogrand now at the National Gallery of Art offers a rare exception by displaying haunting, unconventional portraits of mid-20th-century America many of which werent developed or known to exist before his death in 1984.
Colorado Democrat Mark Udall said Wednesday he intended to maintain a procedural hold on the nomination of Caroline Krass to be CIA general counsel until receiving answers.
After years of deep cuts, the agencies responsible for federal audits, investigations and public policy research might see some funds restored in fiscal 2015.