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Investigators probing the campaign and fundraising activities of Western New York political operatives on Thursday raided the home of the chief of staff for Republican Rep. Chris Collins, local new outlets reported.
At least a handful of GOP senators are vulnerable this election cycle, but none more than Mark S. Kirk of Illinois.
Ways and Means Chairman Paul D. Ryan has a solution to President Barack Obamas human trafficking problem.
Officials in Lithuania and Poland told Senate Minority Whip Richard J. Durbin theyre concerned enough about the threat posed by Russia that they want to host U.S. military bases.
Typing CapitolPolice.us into a Web browser reveals a toxic take-down of Congress own law enforcement agency that appears to have been created by someone who wears or recently wore a Capitol Police badge.
With Congress out, HOH pays tribute this week to the always unflappable Rob Bishop, R-Utah, the only member yet to tweet a single character, who shows off his favorite graphs, touts his Big Mac-eating skills and cant wait for the next Cubs game to air.
Known as a fixture on Capitol Hill until his January 2010 retirement, longtime Senate staffer Robert Lee Foster is now making headlines for his alleged involvement in a scheme to defraud vulnerable women for approximately $500,000.
If her combativeness Thursday was any indication, federal District Court Judge Rosemary Collyer could surprise legal experts who believed Speaker John A. Boehners Obamacare lawsuit was doomed.
Got ambition? Plenty of high-ranking Capitol Hill staffers once started answering the phones and answering mail (even before there was email . . . back when dinosaurs roamed the earth). But take a look at any resume stack and graduate school comes up quite a bit. So just how helpful is that graduate degree on Capitol Hill? Hill Navigator discusses:
Some jobs are too good to risk. Even for a Senate bid.
Sen. Lindsey Graham has known for months that with his 60th birthday approaching, the deadline for mandatory retirement from the Air Force Reserve is just ahead of him.
For the first time, the District of Columbia could move forward with a budget that is not tied to the federal appropriations process, thanks to a court decision issued Wednesday.
Justice Department lawyers filed their response Tuesday to Sen. Robert Menendezs request to move his federal corruption trial from Newark, N.J., to Washington, D.C., arguing the New Jersey Democrat ignores the indictments allegations he accepted things of value in his home state and demonstrates a lack of seriousness about the charges he faces.
Arizona Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick will challenge Republican Sen. John McCain, according to a source with knowledge of Kirkpatricks plans, giving Democrats a top recruit and a potential pickup opportunity.
More than 90 percent of House incumbents routinely get re-elected, so open seats are a hot commodity. Five months into the 114th Congress, 14 House members have announced their departure, but just four of the seats they are leaving behind can be considered competitive.
Rob Portman isnt a bomb thrower. But his pitch last week for an amendment cracking down on countries that artificially weaken their currencies threatened to blow up President Barack Obamas trade agenda, and exposed a deep split in approaches among Republicans who face the voters in 2016.
The Arlington, Va., man who triggered a bomb scare Sunday near the National Mall apologized and explained the pressure cooker that Capitol Police exploded was used for his food truck business.
After two consecutive cycles of trying and failing to oust Republican Rep. Mike Coffman from his Colorado swing district, Democrats are searching for the right candidate to take him out once and for all.
Theres some good news for the moderate House Democrats who believe theyve been marginalized in discussions on party messaging: Leadership might be starting to listen.
Fox News and CNN, which will broadcast the first two GOP presidential debates, have decided on a system for excluding candidates that could result in Donald Trump participating in those debates but current or former senators and governors being excluded.
Rep. Joaquin Castro knows a little about real estate, in part because his twin, Julian, is secretary of Housing and Urban Development. So after winning a safely Democratic seat three years ago, he decided buying a condo on the Hill was a smart investment.
Members prepared for the holiday weekend by asking rhetorical questions, spit-shining their boots and potty-training the Capitol Police.
Trade proponents could exhale a small sigh of relief Thursday as a trade bill, supported primarily by President Barack Obama and Senate Republicans, cleared another procedural hurdle.
Freshman California Republican Steve Knight promises hell do much better raising campaign money in the second quarter than he did in the first.
President Barack Obamas bucket list for his remaining time in office has at least one sunny destination on it: Havana, Cuba.
Florida mailman Douglas Hughes got a heros welcome when he returned to Washington Thursday to face six charges related to his April 15 landing on the West Front of the Capitol.