FOIA for thee, not for me.
Its a good thing neither former Rep. Joe Sestak nor Sen. Patrick J. Toomey has grown a mustache in the past six years.
Battles for the Republican presidential nomination almost always come down to two alternatives an establishment-backed candidate with pragmatic instincts and an insurgent (often significantly more conservative) who tries to appeal to constituencies that feel ignored.
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.
If three in a row signals a trend, then the era of the prosecutor in congressional politics is clearly taking hold.
In the aftermath of a meeting last month between Sen. Elizabeth Warren and SEC Chairwoman Mary Jo White, the Massachusetts Democrat has detailed her disappointment with the top securities regulator, including about campaign finance.
Recent elevator issues that caused the closure of the Washington Monument have drawn the ire of Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton, D-D.C.
Just because a GOP lawmaker shepherds a bill through the fiercely partisan chamber does not mean that proposal will ever become law. But first timers who collect enough yeas can look forward to a calorific salute from House Majority Whip Steve Scalise.
The stage is set for one last bout, food-fight fans.
Regional lawmakers are sounding the alarm about the condition of the Arlington Memorial Bridge and are pushing for Congress to provide funds to repair the structure.
It might be too early to put the nail in the coffin of the fiscal 2016 appropriations process, but get your hammer ready.
Colorado 6th District Rep. Mike Coffman will not challenge Sen. Michael Bennet for Senate, The Denver Post reported Monday afternoon.
Exactly two years ago, a crop of Democratic House recruits were in Washington, D.C., being fêted by the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee.
Just hours after Sen. Rand Paul claimed victory in his quest to rein in the National Security Agency, the leader of what the Kentucky Republican termed the eye-roll caucus threw his own hat into the 2016 presidential ring.
EMILYs List put 15 GOP incumbents On Notice for their re-election bids Monday, naming its top GOP targets for 2016, according to a release provided first to CQ Roll Call.
Ex-Speaker J. Dennis Hasterts sudden resignation from his K Street firm is the latest and most public setback for Dickstein Shapiro, a shop already scrambling to rebuild amid a client exodus, tumbling lobbying revenue and high-profile employee departures.
Beau Biden, the 46-year-old son of the vice president, died Saturday following a fight with brain cancer.
Ways and Means Chairman Paul D. Ryan has a solution to President Barack Obamas human-trafficking problem.
A 20-year-old D.C. man allegedly called Metro Transit Police on the night of State of the Union, claiming people from France told him they planned to ambush President Barack Obamas motorcade and assassinate the president that night.
At least a handful of GOP senators are vulnerable this election cycle, but none more than Mark S. Kirk of Illinois.
Investigators probing the campaign and fundraising activities of Western New York political operatives on Thursday raided the home of the chief of staff for Republican Rep. Chris Collins, local new outlets reported.
Officials in Lithuania and Poland told Senate Minority Whip Richard J. Durbin theyre concerned enough about the threat posed by Russia that they want to host U.S. military bases.
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.
With Congress out, HOH pays tribute this week to the always unflappable Rob Bishop, R-Utah, the only member yet to tweet a single character, who shows off his favorite graphs, touts his Big Mac-eating skills and cant wait for the next Cubs game to air.