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In a dramatic move in the push for paid leave, the D.C. government has introduced legislation that would provide 16 weeks of paid family and medical leave even for D.C. residents who work for the federal government, including on Capitol Hill.
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Florida Democrat Alan Grayson will file an ethics complaint Wednesday against House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., and Rep. Trey Gowdy, R-S.C., alleging they violated federal law and House rules by using official funds appropriated to the Benghazi Committee to pay political or campaign-related expenses.
Working on Capitol Hill may be a dream job for some, but others may find the esoteric workplace a hard place in which to succeed. So what do you do if you decide Capitol Hill is not for you, and how long should you wait it out? Hill Navigator discusses.
When National Security Agency surveillance became a top issue on Capitol Hill, Travis Moore realized he didnt have the knowledge base to understand the technology and neither did anyone else in Congress. Now hes working to change that.
Sen. Tom Cotton, R-Ark., announced Monday he would place a hold on three ambassadorial nominations until there are consequences and a criminal investigation for Secret Service agents who allegedly accessed a congressmans private records.
The Library of Congress will have a new leader for the first time in nearly three decades, creating an opening for Congress to make some changes at the 200-year-old institution.
Speaker John A. Boehner is poised to end his speakership the way he started it, by introducing a measure to reauthorize the District of Columbia school voucher program.
The man who taught me how to eat was not a trained chef.
Many things will change in the House when Speaker John A. Boehner, R-Ohio, resigns at the end of October, including employment prospects of his current staff.
Forceful questioning of then-Secret Service Director Julia Pierson helped Rep. Jason Chaffetz earn the notice he needed to grab the House Oversight and Government Reform gavel in the 114th Congress.
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.