- Reid Urges McConnell to File Cloture on Iran Bill
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- How Much Trouble Is Richard Burr in?
- DSCC Endorses Murphy in Florida
- Ad Man Scott Howell Back At It After Cardiac Arrest
In fewer than two days last week, more than 100 hackers developed 11 projects aimed at helping Congress function more effectively and transparently.
A firestorm sparked by CQ Roll Call's report on three instances of Capitol Police leaving loaded guns in problematic places has put top law enforcement officials on edge, launched a hunt for the source behind the photo of one unattended Glock and drawn fresh scrutiny from Congress.
Lawmakers share tips on surviving the annual defense authorization markup all-nighter.
The first few months of 2015 brought a flurry of activity at OCE, with the quasi-independent agency launching 15 preliminary reviews of allegations of misconduct involving members or staff of the House.
The debate over the role of Congress in international negotiations with Iran about nuclear development is entering another week.
Scott Howell doesnt remember Jan. 25.
ROCKVILLE, Md. Maryland Reps. Donna Edwards and Chris Van Hollen faced off for the first time Sunday, showcasing sharply different styles as they vie for the Democratic nomination for Senate.
Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy opened his Friday memo to House members regarding Mays legislative agenda by quoting Steve Jobs and praising Republicans for the victories theyve overseen in the first 100 days of the 114th Congress.
President Barack Obama wants to see a bipartisan patent overhaul reach his desk before the end of 2015, and the White House is responding favorably to the new Senate bill introduced this week.
Members spent last week on Capitol Hill playing with BB guns, recommending sewage-based water fountains and searching for Dr. Pepper.
Illinois Rep. Robin Kelly met with the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee about a possible Senate bid, according to a source with knowledge of the meeting.
Its been a week since Speaker John A. Boehner warned the stalled Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal backed by President Barack Obama needed help from the White House. On Thursday there were indications the president is stepping up his efforts.
Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, made a last-ditch push for the Senate to block a District of Columbia law Friday, but his statement was almost certainly made in vain.
A Koch brothers-backed group is making a new push to persuade Hispanics to vote for conservative candidates in the 2016 elections.
The National Republican Congressional Committee added eight more members to its Patriot program Friday, according to a list provided first to CQ Roll Call.
When Bernard Sanders declared his candidacy for the Democratic presidential nomination, he joined a lengthening roster of gadflies who have run in order to push the party to the left. So will it matter that he is not now, never has been and does not plan to become an actual Democrat?
For Rep. Tom Graves, his role as chairman of the subcommittee that doles out funds for the legislative branch is an opportunity to put his fiscal conservative principles into practice.
With the Senate attendance record of the three Republicans who recently announced presidential campaigns now gaining some notice in the press, this gem from the archives seemed remarkably applicable.
If Democrats can turn out millennial voters for the presidential race in 2016, their down-ballot candidates may just get the boost theyre looking for from the 18-to-29-year-old crowd.
It was a perfectly acceptable address: reverent, touching, even a little funny. But Shinzō Abes speech to Congress Wednesday will be remembered less for any applause line and more for what was left unsaid.
In a federal courtroom blocks from the Capitol, a Senate aide who spent the past three decades working for Mississippi Republican Thad Cochran pleaded not guilty on Wednesday to two serious drug charges related to methamphetamine and date rape drugs.
Jason Chaffetz, the Utah Republican who chairs the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, has assembled a bipartisan rump group around a proposal to empower states to collect sales taxes from online sellers outside their borders. At the same time, a loose coalition of retailers, state officials and allied groups is trying rally support for the plan in both chambers of Congress.
The senator who made headlines for quoting a Disney movie earlier this month adopted on Wednesday the words of Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower on Wednesday, declaring he would accept nothing less than full victory in the long slog to build a memorial to the 34th president.
Perpetually in motion, Kasich is a whirlwind of restless energy and is sometimes criticized for being cocky, reads the 1996 Politics in America profile of the then-Ohio congressman.
Sen. Rand Paul has launched an effort that could get a bill to the White House to upend net-neutrality efforts.
The nascent Maryland Senate race will likely take on a new focus, as the states largest city works to heal its wounds following the death of a young black man in police custody and the sometimes violent expressions of anger that followed.
Sen. John McCain is planning to shift the CIAs secretive drone program to the Defense Department through the National Defense Authorization Act, setting the stage for a fight later this year with Senate Intelligence leaders and making him an unlikely ally of President Barack Obama.
Though only a few lawmakers participated in the rallies during Tuesdays oral arguments, more than half the members of Congress had already formalized their views on the same-sex marriage cases before the Supreme Court.