There is no doubt that the three major controversies on which President Barack Obama finds his administration on the defensive Benghazi, the IRS targeting of conservatives and the subpoenaing of AP phone records have changed the political narrative of the day.
The District of Columbias Frederick Douglass statue is one step closer to being unveiled in the Capitol now that the Senate has passed a resolution authorizing the use of Emancipation Hall in the Capitol Visitor Center for the event.
On a rare Friday of congressional action, the first hearing was held to examine the IRS scandal involving the extra, and in some cases unprecedented, scrutiny given to conservative organizations that applied for tax-exempt status over a two-year period covering 2010 to 2012.
The current draft of the Senates immigration overhaul appears to give some employers a $3,000-a-year incentive to hire a newly legalized immigrant rather than an American citizen in order to avoid the new employer mandates in the health care law.
The Food and Drug Administration is able to do its work in part because of a symbiotic relationship with the industries it regulates. But recently that relationship has been knocked off balance.
Get ready for the Senate floor battle over
catfish. You can expect another bid by a bipartisan coalition of senators to amend the upcoming farm bill to get the Agriculture Department out of the business of inspecting catfish.
Continuing #WGDBs coverage of the beer business, craft brewers from across the country met with 11 Senate Democrats this week, including Mark Begich of Alaska and Tammy Baldwin of Wisconsin.
Women on the Hill are making their presence known beyond the member ranks a group of female Senate chiefs of staff have organized a Monday evening fundraiser in support of the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee.
For the latest installment of Fictional Franchise, our examination of the franchise rights of fictional characters and the real-life people who represent them in Congress, we tackle soap opera characters.
House Democrats raised $300,000 more than their Republican counterparts in the month of April.
A new super PAC, Rand PAC 2016, registered Thursday at the Federal Election Commission as an independent-expenditure-only committee. The super PAC listed its website, but the site provides no names of sponsors or officers.
The most important Senate committee vote Thursday on a top-tier White House nomination was neither the party-line ballot advancing Thomas E. Perez one step away from becoming Labor secretary, nor the parallel 10-8 vote advancing the choice of Gina McCarthy as EPA chief to the Senate floor.
The nations largest domestic food aid program should not be the item that sinks the House farm bill when it reaches the floor in June, Agriculture Committee leaders say.
It was a long week on Capitol Hill for House Democrats, as the chambers Republicans hammered President Barack Obama for agency misconduct under his watch, then topped things off with a House vote to repeal his 2010 health care law.
A video posted on the Politico website featuring Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnells chief of staff has been taken down after the Kentucky Republicans office objected to its placement on a page designed to solicit advertisers.