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- Cruz's Struggle: This Man Loves to Argue
- DSCC Topped $5 Million in March
- NRSC Raised $4.9 Million in March
There's no shortage of deadlines in 2015 that will put the national media spotlight on Capitol Hill, and for what's likely to be four Republican senators making runs for the White House and their advisers, these moments will be an opportunity to distinguish themselves.
Ask Washington lawmakers what they think of Rep. Joseph Crowley and theyll use words such as funny, kind, helpful, good listener and loyal colleague.
A former deputy state director for Sen. Tammy Baldwin has lodged a complaint, asking the Senate Ethics Committee to investigate the Wisconsin Democrat for making false statements and representations to cover up actions by her chief of staff and protect the first-term senators political career.
The folks in charge of franked mail in the House refuse to allow members of Congress to send official mail for the sole purpose of encouraging their constituents to thank a veteran, a policy one Illinois Democrat calls a disservice to the brave men and women who sacrifice so much for this country.
Carter talks about his impressive workout regime and how his firstborn got his name in this week's edition of Take Five, when members of Congress speak with HOH about topics relatively unrelated to their work.
Another staffer for ex-Rep. Aaron Schock has been served with a grand jury subpoena to testify as part of the investigation into the Illinois Republicans spending.
The first time I met Ted Cruz, he argued with me. The second time I met Ted Cruz, he argued with me. It wasnt personal, of course. Ted Cruz simply loves to argue.
With a scheduled work week that even a college senior could endorse, House lawmakers return to the Capitol Tuesday for just three days to deal with cybersecurity bills and to put the finishing touches on a budget and trade legislation.
Have student loans and want a $10,000 raise? The Student Loan Repayment Program, offered through both the House and Senate, can shoulder the student loan burden for up to $10,000 per staff member per year.
Legislation targeting arcane water rules is not typically the stuff of legacy building for high-profile political figures.
This is the week #ThisTown lives for, the White House Correspondents Association Dinner and its multiple party-time events. But what about #ThatTown, the folks who wont be picking up the tux or cocktail dress from the cleaners?
If getting the ear of Washington was half as easy as coaxing accomplished writers who moonlight as rockers out from behind their laptops and up onto stage, Mother Nature Network Co-Founder Chuck Leavell might very well already be running #ThisTown.
Trade has never been for the faint-hearted, Sen. Ron Wyden said Friday morning, less than 24 hours after announcing a bipartisan agreement on legislation to promote trade deals.
Efforts to shed light on the chaotic events that led federal law enforcement officers to fatally shoot a 34-year-old woman outside the Capitol 18 months ago may rest in the hands of a federal judge.
Sen. Joe Manchin III will not be taking any country roads home to West Virginia any time soon.
Two schoolgirls who escaped the terrorist group Boko Haram solemnly marked the one-year anniversary of their kidnapping by climbing the steps of the Capitol to tie a red ribbon around one of its stately columns.
Lawmakers shook off the rust of a two-week recess recalling trips to McDonalds, playing their favorite Disney ringtones and counting to seven.
Sen. Ted Cruz fired off a letter to Secretary of State John Kerry Friday that declared we are making requests for the countries involved in the Iran talks even though no other senators signed the letter.
The Maryland man who scaled the White House fence in October and was caught on camera kicking one of the Secret Services big Belgian Malinois dogs pled guilty Friday to a federal charge stemming from the intrusion.
The comic book-like frames show hideous monsters oozing through Washington and attacking the White House.
With the revelation Thursday that House Transportation and Infrastructure Chairman Bill Shuster, R-Pa., has a personal and private relationship with a top airline lobbyist, according to a Politico report, it seemed only fitting to pull this exclusive out of the Roll Call archives.
With roughly a year to go before the first primaries of 2016, fundraising numbers are among the few benchmarks to assess candidate strength.
If Jeb Bush doesnt win any of the first four GOP contests Iowa, New Hampshire, South Carolina and Nevada does that eliminate him from the Republican race? Or does he have the staying power to survive those losses?
Emancipation Day in the District of Columbia is a time for celebrations and reflection, but also to draw attention to D.C.s lack of voting rights in Congress.
Republicans have landed a top recruit for a competitive open-seat House race in California.
Author Brian Abrams is set to dish about the boozing habits of the train-wrecks-in-chief laid bare in his irreverent expose, Party Like A President: True Tales of Inebriation, Lechery, and Mischief From the Oval Office.
Two Republican House members, both former prosecutors, said at a Capitol Hill hearing Thursday that White House immigration policies are contributing to low morale at Homeland Security.