Trump Returning to Rallies After West Wing Shake-Up, Kushner Testimony

It’s a busy week at the White House following Friday’s West Wing shake-up with the appointment of Anthony Scaramucci as communications director and the resignation of press secretary Sean Spicer. President Donald Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner is on the Hill on Monday to testify behind closed doors about his meeting with a Russian lawyer during the 2016 campaign, shortly before the president heads back to the campaign trail with a rally in Youngstown, Ohio. See the video for Roll Call White House reporter John T. Bennett’s analysis of the week ahead.

Highlights of Clinton’s Concession Address

Candidate Spotlight: Lisa Blunt Rochester Poised for Victory in Delaware

Delaware is one of three U.S. states that has never sent a woman to Congress. This November, the First State’s Democratic candidate for its at-large House seat, Lisa Blunt Rochester, may finally change that, and also become the first African-American ever in its congressional delegation.

White House Watch: Obama Gets Into Election Game

Biden to Campaign with Clinton for First Time
Vice president and nominee to stump together in battleground of Pennsylvania

Vice President Joseph R. Biden will hit the campaign trail with Hillary Clinton. (Photo By Al Drago/CQ Roll Call)

Vice President Joseph R. Biden, Jr. will campaign with Hillary Clinton for the first time next Friday in Pennsylvania, a key battleground state in the economically hard-hit Rust Belt, her campaign announced Thursday.

Biden and the presumptive Democratic nominee will appear together in Scranton to "discuss their shared commitment to building an America that is stronger together and an economy that works for everyone, not just those at the top," her campaign said in a statement.

Trump, Clinton Exchange Biting Tweets in Preview of Coming Months
Clinton's 'Delete your account' tweet is most retweeted of campaign

A campaign sign at Hillary Clinton's Indianapolis headquarters featuring a popular hashtag used by her supporters. (Al Drago/CQ Roll Call file photo)

Paul Ryan Is Campaigning ... But For What?
Speaker tries to sell the conservative way to Georgetown students

Speaker Paul D. Ryan is campaigning, just not for president.  

Well, at least not yet. The Wisconsin Republican is campaigning for the future of the Republican Party, trying to sell conservatism to a new generation of voters and to show that the GOP has an ideas platform on which to run beyond this seditious 2016 election season.  

A Cockeyed View of Congress
Former Hill staffer plays off politics of paranoia

The fictional Rep. Buck Schwartzmore is running a losing campaign against a candidate who didn't know he was in the race. (

Is there a greater conspiracy theorist than an elected official obsessed with staying in office?  

Political comedian Andrew Heaton thinks not.  

Capitol Ink | Cruz Bird Crashes Kasich Campaign
Ted Cruz Finds That John Kasich is a No-Quitter Twitter Sensation

Ted Cruz Finds That John Kasich Is A No-Quitter Twitter Sensation

Capitol Ink | A Moral Dilemma for the GOP
When the life of the mother is at risk.