Rep. Michael M. Honda gave a tour of his congressional office in 2010 for Roll Call’s “Office Space” series, which returns this fall.
“The California Democrat spent the first few years of his life living in a Japanese internment camp in Colorado, a fact that he pays homage to in the foyer of his space in the Longworth House Office Building,” reporter Ali McSherry wrote in the original 2010 story. “A large poster hangs on the wall with the words “explaining internment” printed on it.”
Then-Rep. Mike Pence gave a tour of his congressional office in 2010 for Roll Call’s “Office Space” series, which returns this fall.
The Republican governor of Indiana represented the state from 2001 to 2013 in Washington, and showed off signed posters of Garfield and of the movie “Hoosiers” in his Longworth House Office.
Then-Rep. Bruce Braley gave a tour of his congressional office in 2010 for Roll Call’s “Office Space” series, which will make a triumphant return this fall.
From 2007 to 2015, the Democrat represented the Iowa district where the steel bollards protecting the entrances to federal buildings were manufactured and where the 1989 film “Field of Dreams” was filmed.
Ex-Rep. Paul Broun’s office feels like something between a zoo and a pet cemetery. In 2010, CQ Roll Call visited the Georgia Republican’s space in the Cannon House Office Building, decorated with eight dead and stuffed animals — six heads and two full-sized creatures that look ready to pounce.
“For the most part when people walk through that door — it’s almost universal — they look and they say, ‘Wow!’” Broun says.
Members of Congress will get a chance to show off their acting skills next month at the annual “Will on the Hill” performance.
The play, held at Sidney Harman Hall in Penn Quarter, casts lawmakers, actors and journalists in a live stage performance.
Puppies everywhere can now count Sens. Dick Durbin and David Vitter as allies.
The Illinois Democrat and the Louisiana Republican reintroduced legislation last week that aims to regulate puppy mills.
Looking for a break from the Monday grind?
Swing by the Library of Congress this afternoon to hear some live music by Grammy-winning children’s and folk singer Tom Chapin.
Who says birthday parties are just for kids? Hitting 95 is also cause for celebration, especially if you have Louisiana roots.
Hill resident Jan Schoonmaker tells HOH that Sen. Mary Landrieu (D-La.) and her husband, Frank Snellings, hosted a birthday party at their Capitol Hill home Wednesday in honor of former Rep.-turned-Ambassador to the Vatican Lindy Boggs (D-La.).
Lawmakers, C-list celebrities and military personnel are coming together next week at the Seventh Annual Armed Forces Foundation Congressional Gala.
Scheduled for Wednesday at the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center, the awards honor “the commitment and sacrifice of our nation’s military while recognizing the contributions and commitment of their civilian supporters.”
Just when everyone thought Charlie Sheen jokes were all played out, a new video from the group Bankrupting America asks the big question: Who’s more responsible — Sheen or Washington?
Members might not find the parallels in the YouTube clip appealing, especially as Sheen comes across as far more winning than the U.S. government.
Final Four bets are always intense — and even more so when Kentucky bourbon is on the line.
Rep. Ben Chandler, whose district is home to the University of Kentucky, is willing to bet a basketful of products from central Kentucky that his team will beat the University of Connecticut on Saturday. The Democrat will hand over two types of bourbon, chocolate bars, beef jerky and Kentucky ale if he’s wrong.
HOH hears one staffer in Sen. John Kerry’s office is being honored for going above and beyond the call of duty.
Christina Wiskowski, who works in the Massachusetts Democrat’s office while also serving in the U.S. Air Force Reserve, was scheduled to receive recognition for her exemplary military service at a gala Wednesday night.
While celebrity train wreck Charlie Sheen may be hogging the spotlight these days, that’s not stopping his father, actor Martin Sheen, from making a trip to D.C. this week.
The “West Wing” star is slated to speak on Capitol Hill on Thursday. Martin Sheen will be part of a panel about drug courts, which are used to handle the cases of nonviolent drug abuse offenders and help them seek treatment. Rep. John Sullivan (R-Okla.) and former Rep. Jim Ramstad (R-Minn.) will also speak.
Senators got an unexpected surprise dropped into their mailboxes Tuesday: baby food jars.
But with labels such as arsenic, mercury, dioxin and formaldehyde, these little glass pots offered up something a bit different than mushy peas or pureed carrots.
As rumors swirl that former White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs is in talks for a job at Facebook, Esquire magazine has released a list of other political types and the social networking sites where they could potentially work.
The tongue-in-cheek list pokes fun at several Members of Congress, including Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid and Speaker John Boehner.
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