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Fleischmann Talks Friends and Phone on His Walk to Work
 

What Got Left in Our Notebooks in 2017
Reporter’s Notebook: An executive summary of Roll Call’s biggest stories, from the reporters themselves

With the first year of the 115th Congress as hectic as any other, some stories were bound to fall by the wayside. See the video for anecdotes from Roll Call reporters on what they wish they could’ve covered in 2017.

The History of the Congressional Baseball Game, 108 Years In

Watch Roll Call’s Coverage of GOP Baseball Practice Last Week
 

Trump After Alexandria Shooting: Scalise a Patriot, Fighter and Will Recover
 

Hours after a shooting at the GOP congressional baseball practice that left House Majority Whip Steve Scalise of Louisiana and several others hospitalized, President Donald Trump praised the heroism of the two Capitol Police officers who took down the gunman and promised the White House’s unwavering support to the victims.

Heard on the Hill This Week: #HOHhalloween and Paul Ryan’s Musical Number
 

Roll Call’s Heard on the Hill reporter Alex Gangitano looks at politicians’ best Halloween costumes this year, from Sen. Ted Cruz as the Phantom of the Opera to former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney donning a Mitt Romney mask. And of course Rep. Marc Veasey, who went all out for his Halloween festivities at an amusement park in Texas, where he performed on stage as a Music Man-inspired zombie.

Also, hear a musical foray into the thoughts of Speaker Paul D. Ryan from “This American Life” and the songwriters of “Frozen,” performed by Neil Patrick Harris.

Heard on the Hill This Week: National Gallery Wing Reopens and Maya Rudolph
 

Heard on the Hill This Week: Twerking and Tom Carper's Favorite Team
 

Roll Call’s Heard on the Hill reporter Alex Gangitano sums up a week out-and-about in the district, from a dancing protest outside Capitol Hill office buildings to a military service honoring a member of the Women Airforce Service Pilots in Arlington.