New parking rules adopted Tuesday dictate that only members of Congress will be allowed to park in the Cannon House Office Building parking garage.
The first voting is almost a full year away, and already the presidential campaign is upsetting the regular rhythms of Congress.
Capitol Police arrested three sign-carrying, slogan-shouting demonstrators who disrupted a Tuesday morning Senate Finance Committee hearing on the presidents trade policy agenda.
Sheila Canavan and Michael Chandler, the documentarians who filmed former Rep. Barney Frank throughout the Massachusetts Democrats final year in Congress, have launched an online fundraising effort to help spread their still-in-need-of-fine-tuning project nationwide.
A prominent Nevada lobbyist convicted of making illegal contributions to Senate Majority Leader Harry Reids 2010 re-election campaign is preparing to ask the Supreme Court to revisit campaign finance limits, following a Monday federal appeals court decision.
The top Democrat on the Senate Intelligence Committee is disputing findings of a CIA Accountability Board review that determined no one should be punished for accessing Senate computer files.
Newly minted Sen. Cory Gardner, R-Colo., and veteran Rep. Charles B. Rangel, D-N.Y., will effectively be campaigning for the biggest laughs on Feb. 4, when they face off at the Washington Press Club Foundations 71st Annual Congressional Dinner.
At a private gathering of conservative political donors last year, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell applauded the state of American elections today, which he described as more deregulated than at any point in recent memory.
If youre looking to pick a fight with the National Association of Realtors, the group just may have coded a message into its recent lobbying disclosures: Watch out.
Even for Congress most ardent supporters of paid maternity and paternity leave, there is wide variance in their own office policies.
Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid is out of the hospital after successful eye surgery and already trolling Majority Leader Mitch McConnell.
With a handful of senators out and Democrats calling for more amendments, GOP leaders were unable to limit debate on a measure to approve the Keystone XL pipeline Monday.
The date hasnt even been set, but Republicans have all but won the special election in New Yorks 11th District.
Police in Marylands Prince Georges County have arrested the driver who skirted Capitol Hill on State of the Union night in a high-speed chase.
Quiz show junkie and Capitol Hill staffer Will Anderson raked in more than $23,000 in winnings and garnered comparisons to defending Super Bowl quarterback Russell Wilson for engineering an astonishing, come-from-behind victory during his three-day run on Jeopardy! What else would you expect from a trivia buff who claims his mother still has home movies of him blurting answers out at the TV while growing up?
A small drone found on the White House lawn caused some lawmakers to question the Federal Aviation Administrations drone policy in the District of Columbia Monday.
Conservatives announced Monday morning the formation of a new group, the House Freedom Caucus. But with only nine members to start, its unclear what such a caucus will mean for another conservative group: the Republican Study Committee.
Can the new director of the Congressional Budget Office get beyond the basic pissing contest of how to score legislation? The former heads of the official scorekeeping agency hope so.
Two similar Democratic proposals to equip more police officers with body-worn cameras should come into better focus within days, as details emerge on a White House initiative as well as a prominent African-American lawmakers legislation in the House.
Australian Ballot: System employed in the United States in which all ballots are marked in secret.
The honeymoon may be over for Mitch McConnell.
The Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee will add Simone Ward and Sadie Weiner to its senior staff roster, according to a Tuesday news release provided first to CQ Roll Call.
When Loretta Lynch paid Sen. Charles E. Grassley a visit last month, the new Judiciary Committee chairman handed her a book of all the unanswered letters hes sent to the administration.
A relationship forged on Sen. Patrick J. Leahys first visit to Cuba some 15 years ago helped the Vermont Democrat take an unexpected step in support of the White Houses efforts to bring home Alan Gross and re-establish diplomatic relations with the island nation.
The most quotable member of Congress may have violated House ethics rules by using campaign cash to cover travel expenses for speaking engagements in England, a liberal watchdog group alleged Thursday.