Baltimore City Police arrested an aide to Rep. Sander M. Levin, D-Mich., last week for criminal domestic violence charges.
That big sigh of relief you hear among Capitol Hill bibliophiles comes from the recent news that Riverby Books at 417 East Capitol St. SE will be reopening soon. A former journalist, Lori Grisham, previously at USA Today and NPR, will manage the store.
Rep. Trey Gowdy, chairman of the House Select Committee on Benghazi, hit back Sunday at a former committee staffer who said he was fired for not cooperating with the panels focus on former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clintons actions in response to the 2012 terrorist attack.
A crazy week on Capitol Hill quickly spiraled into a competition to apply lipstick, open beer with another beer and sell used cars.
The various Smithsonian and related government institutions around the capital region always offer a healthy serving of gratis good cinema in grand facilities such as the National Gallery of Art, the Freer and Sackler museums and the National Archives.
Minnesota businessman Stewart Mills announced his second challenge to 8th District Democratic Rep. Rick Nolan Tuesday morning.
After years of litigation, a Florida circuit court judge recommended Friday that the state Supreme Court adopt a new congressional map proposed by the League of Women Voters and Common Cause of Florida one of the final steps in a prolonged legal battle that will likely net Democrats a few more House seats in 2016.
While the White House, frustrated with congressional inaction, weighs its own crackdown on guns, the Senates No. 2 Republican is looking to address the countrys cycle of mass killings with mental health legislation that includes a stronger background check system.
A federal judge in Iowa has tossed most of the charges against longtime Paul family advisers Jesse Benton and John Tate.
With 83 percent of Americans saying they disapprove of the way Congress is doing its job, one might expect presidential candidates and their savvy political teams to keep themselves at a distance.
House Republicans insist their new committee to investigate Planned Parenthood wont be political.
Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid and his wife, Landra, are suing the manufacturer of the exercise band that slipped or snapped, leading to the Nevada Democrats eye injury.
Three months after Speaker John A. Boehner chose Candice S. Miller as the only Republican woman to head a standing committee, the House Administration Committee chairwoman faced a task in early 2013 that would make her the most unpopular person on Capitol Hill.
When in doubt, talk up Majority Leader Kevin McCarthys epic Benghazi gaffe. Thats the plan of attack from the White House, the Hillary Rodham Clinton campaign and Democrats on Capitol Hill, who clearly hope his remark will be the gift that keeps on giving.
Long before Marco Rubio was running for president, and even before he was running for the Senate, the Florida Republican was tasked with crafting a state response to a Supreme Court case that had expanded the power of government.
By all accounts, fledgling bar Wicked Bloom Social Club has started off with a bang a rollout facilitated in no small part by a certain mind-blowing menu item.
One Senate committee took action Wednesday to wield congressional power over the District of Columbias Metro system amid criticism over safety and service.
Uniting the warring factions of his caucus remains challenging, which may be why Majority Whip Steve Scalise elected to focus his energy on bringing together visiting lovebirds Steven Montiero and Ana Sidoran for a surprise proposal Tuesday.
Annual defense policy legislation was cleared by the Senate Wednesday and is headed to the White House by a veto-proof majority, though Democratic leaders have vowed to sustain the president's objection.
In this weeks edition of Office Space, Sen. John Hoeven, R-N.D., walks Roll Call through his hunting expeditions, hockey bets and ice jam excursions.
No politician wants to be accused of jeopardizing jobs in his or her state.