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The Senates food service vendor is pushing back against lawmakers criticism of the organizations approach to worker wages and conditions, an embarrassing situation that has led to boycotts of cafeterias, including by Senate leaders.
Rep. Jackie Speier knows exactly how it feels to be left for dead.
Washington, D.C., rallied over the weekend to show support for the victims of the Nov. 13 terrorist attacks in Paris.
When negotiators on the highway and mass transit bill formally convened Wednesday, it took only a few minutes for them to cut their first deal: Rep. Bill Shuster was named chairman of the conference committee.
Washington might be Hollywood for ugly people, but in Trumbo, the new movie about blacklisted screenwriter Dalton Trumbo, the ugliness of politics comes straight from the movies dream factory.
The sexual harassment case against Rep. Blake Farenthold, R-Texas, halted Wednesday because an agreement was reached by the two parties.
A two-word email sent on the eve of the Oct. 10 Million Man March prompted Capitol Police to confiscate the gun and badge of a newly promoted captain, only to return both items on Oct. 13.
Ah, the joys of working in a personal office: those unexpected drop-by visitors, a daily interaction with an elected official, even the chance to learn the legislative ropes vis-a-vis writing stacks of constituent mail. But what happens when a staffer wants to tackle a particular legislative issue and make the leap to become a committee staffer? Hill Navigator discusses.
If Congress ever raises taxes on the 1 percent, nearly 10 percent of members will face the hike.
No matter their standing in the latest polls, every White House hopeful is virtually guaranteed to soak up some attention at D.C.s historic Off the Record bar.
In simple terms, a roll call is the calling of names to check attendance or the casting of a vote. Its a significant means of taking notice. For a publication called Roll Call, its how we maintain our compass.