Roll Call's Latest Videos of Democrats on the Hill

Del. Plaskett Shares Lechon and Other Island Food With D.C. Staff
At the Table, where lawmakers show Roll Call their favorite place for a meal on the Hill 

No More Blue Wave Metaphors: 2018 Is About Too Many GOP Fires
 

‘Kavanautical Miles,’ the Chuck E. Cheese Model and TMZ: Congressional Hits and Misses
Week of July 30, 2018

While the House ditched Washington for their August recess last week, the Senate stuck around the Capitol debating the scourge of almond milk, gifting personalized Coke bottles and discussing how many “Kavanautical miles” Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh’s requested documentation would stretch over the Earth.

Mr. Hawkings’ Opus: 5 Reasons Why Congress Is Broken
 

Roll Call senior editor David Hawkings has been covering Congress for three decades, and he’s convinced that the legislative branch is more broken now than at any other point in his career. Here’s why.

Below is a transcript of the video.

Win or Lose in the Midterms, Top Democratic Leaders Could Shuffle in House
Reporter's Notebook: An executive summary of Roll Call’s biggest stories, from the reporters themselves

Reporter's Notebook: Democratic Senators Seeking Re-Election Have Less Diverse Staffs
 

Roll Call data reporter Sean McMinn looks at the numbers released by Senate Democrats on the racial breakdown of their staffs.

Pence: Democratic Leaders Must Stop ‘Spurious’ Calls to Abolish ICE
 

Vice President Mike Pence called on Democratic leaders to stop their “spurious” calls to abolish U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.