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A Life in the Public Eye: A Look Back at McCain's Congressional Career
 

Sen. John McCain died Saturday at the age of 81. He spent most of his life in the public eye, arriving in Washington in the 1980s to represent Arizona. Here's a look back at some of the most memorable moments on video of his career....
‘North Dakota Nice’ Takes a Backseat in Senate Race
 

Senior political reporter Simone Pathé breaks down the competitive Senate race between Democratic Sen. Heidi Heitkamp and Republican Rep. Kevin Cramer. ...
30 House Ratings Shift in Favor of Democrats, 2 Move Toward GOP
This doesn’t mean the majority is lost for Republicans, but they have a lot of fires to put out

Labor Day is supposed to be the official start of general election season, but many of the top House and Senate races are well underway.

In fact, the campaign trail has been so busy that Inside Elections recently issued 32 race ratings changes, most in favor of the Democrat in the race.

House Ratings Change in Favor of Democrats
 

Roll Call elections analyst Nathan L. Gonzales is changing the House ratings on more than 30 races, most of them in Democrats' favor. He breaks down which races have changed and why....
Want to Climb the Hill? Former Staffers Give Advice in New Book
 

Heard on the Hill reporter Alex Gangitano sits down with former congressional staffers Amos Snead, a Republican, and Jaime Harrison, a Democrat, to discuss their new book “Climbing the Hill,” a nonpartisan guide to building a career in Congress....
Watch: Trump Stands By Security Clearance Decision
 

On his way out of town on Friday morning, President Donald Trump spoke about his decision to take away the security clearance of former CIA Director John Brennan. He also spoke about the investigation of special counsel Robert Mueller and the ongoing trial of former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort....
We Reviewed Andy Barr, Amy McGrath and Beto O’Rourke’s New Campaign Ads
 

Deputy editor Jason Dick and elections analyst Nathan L. Gonzales watch campaign ads from candidates in Kentucky and Texas and break down what the messaging might mean in the election to come....
Money Isn't Everything, Women Candidates Win Big, and Other Takeaways from Tuesday's Primaries
 

Senior political reporters Simone Pathé and Bridget Bowman recap Tuesday's primary elections and what the results could mean for the general election....
Inside Stephanie Murphy’s ‘Future Members’ Office
 

Rep. Stephanie Murphy, D-Fla., shows off her office, which includes a picture of the U.S. Navy ship that rescued her family while at sea, a "future members office" for children and an office dog named Carmela....
From Trump's Extra Rich Chip to JFK's Birthday Cake, New Ice Cream Shop Has Something for Everyone
 

Jim Warlick, owner of White House Gifts, recently opened a presidential-themed ice cream shop. Flavors include Carter's Patriotic Peanut and Reagan's Raspberry Truffle. Heard on the Hill Reporter Alex Gangitano tried several flavors and spoke to Warlick about his new business....
Pelosi Campaigns in New Mexico, Speaking About Violence Against Women Bill
 

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi was in New Mexico on Tuesday where she endorsed Deb Haaland, who is running to be the first Native American woman in Congress. Pelosi spoke about the importance of passing a new Violence Against Women Act, which has expanded protections for Native American women....
Cruz's First TV Ad Focuses on Hurricane Harvey Recovery
 

Texas Sen. Ted Cruz released his first ad ahead of the November midterm elections. He is being challenged by Democratic Rep. Beto O'Rourke....