The Pentagon is trying to improve its ability to track the more than 8,000 satellites and objects flying through space, particularly those in low-Earth orbit and a potential threat to high-value spacecraft such as the International Space Station and the Hubble Space Telescope, USA Today reports.
A white, unmarked Capitol Police SUV cruised down C Street Northeast Friday morning with a red pom-pom nose affixed to its grill and brown cardboard antlers taped to its black-tinted windows.
Updated 7:15 p.m. | Majority Leader Harry Reid has been released from the hospital, where he was diagnosed as exhausted, his spokesman said late Friday.
Updated 10:25 p.m. | A bit of bipartisan Christmas cheer finally arrived in the Senate around 10 p.m. Thursday.
Updated 4 p.m. | The campaign arm of House Democrats brought in $5 million during November, according to figures shared first with CQ Roll Call by a Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee aide.
While climbing the 349 stairs winding between the Crypt and the top of the Capitol Dome, the water leaks that Architect of the Capitol Stephen Ayers aims to halt are evident.
Stars and Stripes summarizes the winners and losers from the defense bill.
Former Sen. Scott Brown said goodbye to Massachusetts on Thursday, confirming in a statement released to the press that he is moving to New Hampshire.
A Chicago-based civic organization, known for its efforts at exposing corruption and working for integrity and accountability, has raised serious questions about a U.S. representative and his personal and professional finances.
If Republicans and potential Democratic rivals want Harry Reids majority leader title, theyre going to have to knock him out of the ring, because the former boxer has no intent to relinquish his position anytime soon.
Updated 6:53 p.m. | Rep. Trey Radel has left rehab and is ready to return to Capitol Hill, the Florida Republican announced in a news conference in his district office on Thursday night.
With the postmortems of this years biggest congressional events winding down, its not too early to start forecasting the top Hill stories of the year ahead.
Shortly after 26 senators signed on to a new bipartisan Iran sanctions bill, the White House declared it veto bait.
The House was only on its fifth day of winter recess when the retirement announcements began.
A trio of Senate Democrats launched a new push Thursday designed to help reduce the burden of student loan debt.
When Rep.-elect Bradley Byrne and his wife gave birth to their first child, Alex Schriver wasnt even born.
Political action committees, led by the General Electric Company PAC, were hard at work during November moving campaign contributions to members of Congress.
The holidays are as good a time as any to reward oneself with a plate of smoky, delicious barbecue.
Look closely, and you might notice the Capitol Police stationed around campus are sporting brand new radios on their belts.
Rep. Charles B. Rangel, D-N.Y., announced Thursday he will seek a 23rd term in an op-ed he wrote for the New York Daily News.
It didnt take long for H Streets new Wal-Mart to establish itself as a good neighbor in the eyes of one local veterans organization.
Updated 4:21 p.m. | Judiciary Chairman Patrick J. Leahy signaled Wednesday that hes open to changing the way his committee handles nominations after facing another procedural blockade from Republicans.
The Marine Corps has announced plans to roll out a universal cap for all Marines, modeled after the cover currently worn by male members, following some controversy over a unisex design. Not only that, its tightening its regulations on what exactly can be underneath these brand-new caps, National Journal reports.
If politics were poker, North Dakota Republicans would hold all the right cards and the deck would be stacked in their favor.
The Victory Fund, an organization that supports lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender political candidates, on Wednesday endorsed state Rep. Marcus Brandon for North Carolinas 12th District special election.