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As part of her informal role as mayor of the chamber, House Administration Chairwoman Candice S. Miller, R-Mich., is ramping up oversight of some of the daily operations of the institution.
The intern arrested for bringing an unloaded 9mm handgun to work allegedly told Capitol Police, I didnt think that was in there, after officers discovered the semi-automatic weapon in his bag Monday.
Recent elevator issues that caused the closure of the Washington Monument have drawn the ire of Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton, D-D.C.
A former lawmaker looking to sue the U.S. government for alleged medical malpractice has raised questions about the extent and nature of care by the Office of the Attending Physician.
Edelweiss, Edelweiss/Bless my homeland forever.
Beau Biden, the 46-year-old son of the vice president, died Saturday following a fight with brain cancer.
Typing CapitolPolice.us into a Web browser reveals a toxic take-down of Congress own law enforcement agency that appears to have been created by someone who wears or recently wore a Capitol Police badge.
Got ambition? Plenty of high-ranking Capitol Hill staffers once started answering the phones and answering mail (even before there was email . . . back when dinosaurs roamed the earth). But take a look at any resume stack and graduate school comes up quite a bit. So just how helpful is that graduate degree on Capitol Hill? Hill Navigator discusses:
Coming soon to a Capitol skyline near you: Giant blimps at 10,000 feet?
No, Bicycle Thief is not a documentary about the perils of owning a nice two-wheeler in a gentrifying part of Washington.
For the first time, the District of Columbia could move forward with a budget that is not tied to the federal appropriations process, thanks to a court decision issued Wednesday.
The Arlington, Va., man who triggered a bomb scare Sunday near the National Mall apologized and explained the pressure cooker that Capitol Police exploded was used for his food truck business, NBC4 reported on Monday.
Florida mailman Douglas Hughes got a heros welcome when he returned to Washington Thursday to face six charges related to his April 15 landing on the West Front of the Capitol.
NoMa Summer Screen kicks off its schedule Wednesday at its new location, and with its 2015 theme, Dance, Dance, Dance.
Rep. Joaquin Castro knows a little about real estate, in part because his twin, Julian, is secretary of Housing and Urban Development. So after winning a safely Democratic seat three years ago, he decided buying a condo on the Hill was a smart investment.
As part of their biannual weapons qualification, Capitol Police will receive new weapons safety training to reinforce proper handling, i.e., what to do with your gun when you go to the potty, Chief Kim C. Dine told lawmakers Wednesday.
Interning is considered one of the best ways to start out in D.C. especially on Capitol Hill, where internships can often lead to paid work. But what if you are working at a think tank, albeit one with strong political and congressional ties? Hill Navigator discusses.
Congress has been critical of the Capitol Police this year when it comes to the departments handling of protesters. Now, one member is demanding to see the departments policies on removing demonstrators from House and Senate hearings.
The August 2009 guilty verdict against former Rep. William J. Jefferson was a striking win for the Justice Departments Public Integrity Section following its botched prosecution of Alaska Sen. Ted Stevens. The trial venue might have been a key factor, a fact that is not lost on the attorneys gearing up for the corruption case of Sen. Robert Menendez, D-N.J.
Sometimes capturing just the right moment requires you to move fast. Roll Call Photographer Tom Williams had only a few seconds to capture the hesitant Faye, a potbelly pig, avoiding a selfie attempt by Arizona Republican Sen. Jeff Flake.
As a West Point graduate and former infantry platoon leader, Sen. Jack Reed knows the weighty responsibility that comes with being routinely armed on duty and the necessity of strict accounting for weapons.
After two CQ Roll Call reports Friday called attention to safety lapses involving firearms in the Capitol and raised eyebrows among concerned members of Congress, police officials announced a new investigation into how CQ Roll Call got the story.
Giovanna Gray Lockhart already knows what it means to hit the ground running with style.
Happy members of Congress are all alike (and great to work for); unhappy members are each unhappy in their own way. Wise paraphrased words from Tolstoy ring true about the Capitol Hill workplace: Difficult bosses come in all stripes. What do you do if you land in one of the many (many, many) offices with a difficult boss at the helm? Hill Navigator discusses.
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.