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A Step Away From History: Riverby Books on East Capitol Street
 

Whether Broom Closets or Cozy Cabins, Capitol Hideaways Are a Choice Senate Perk
Undercover Capitol takes you inside the historic workplace — one video at a time

Covering the Capitol: Adjusting to New Realities
 

Roll Call Reporters Discuss Covering Sexual Harassment on the Hill in the #MeToo Era
 

A Christmas Tree's 3,400-mile Journey to the Capitol's West Front
Undercover Capitol takes you inside the historic workplace — one video at a time 

Primary Primer: Your Guide to the 2018 Midterms
Roll Call Decoder 

Twerking Outside the Capitol for Orlando
 

To honor the Pulse nightclub shooting victims, activists gathered outside the Capitol to create a nightclub of their own.

Prepare for a Healthy Super Bowl Sunday

Sodexo's Fimbres will be at the event Friday. (Tom Williams/CQ Roll Call File Photo)

The Congressional Vegetarian Staff Association is providing no-meat Super Bowl snacks in the Capitol on Friday.  

The Veggie Touchdown is the group’s 2016 kickoff event, which was rescheduled due to the blizzard. No RSVP is required and the event starts at noon in the Capitol Visitor Center, Room 268.  

Trashy Problem Comes Out of Blizzard Sledding

Sledders use a discarded March for Live protest sign to skid their way down the West Front of the Capitol on Jan. 22. (Photo By Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call)

With hundreds of people sledding at the Capitol this weekend, hundreds of pieces of trash were left behind.  

From March for Life signs, pizza boxes, collapsed cardboard boxes and plastic bags, people sledding were either bringing their own trash and leaving it or taking items out of the trash to use as a sled. While the bulk of trash was cleaned up by the end of the weekend, Tuesday's sledders at the Capitol were still taking items out of the trash to use as surfaces.