Michael Cohen

Road ahead: HR 1 vote, Cohen returns, senators seek info on Khashoggi, North Korea
House Democrats to vote on top priority, while Senate Republicans continue to confirm judges

Travelers exit Union Station as the Capitol Dome reflects in the glass door on Friday, March 1, 2019. (Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call)

The House this week will vote on its marquee bill, HR 1, and haul Michael Cohen back in for more questioning, while senators seek information on the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi and the latest North Korea summit.

HR 1, formally titled the For the People Act after Democrats’ 2018 campaign slogan, is a government overhaul package featuring changes to voting, campaign finance and ethics laws

Longworth for sale, a pizza live hit and Cohen just wants to have fun: Congressional Hits and Misses
Week of Feb. 25, 2019

While Capitol Hill was abuzz with the testimony of President Donald Trump’s former attorney Michael Cohen this week, some onlookers cared more about an epic young student photobombing a reporter’s on-air analysis while chomping on some pizza.

Plus, former “Daily Show” host Jon Stewart offers kind words for the Trump administration, Rep. Elijah Cummings reveals his Oversight committee BFF, Rep. Tim Ryan muses about the sale of Longworth office building and Sens. Johnny Isakson and Chuck Grassley reflect on the ever-repeating nature of the Senate.

Cohen vs. the GOP: the many defenses for Trump
 

The long and often contentious Michael Cohen hearing on Wednesday did not bring about many revelations.

Capitol Ink | In Trump’s Corner

What you missed from Michael Cohen’s congressional testimony
 

President Donald Trump’s former lawyer Michael Cohen testified before the House Committee on Oversight and Reform on Wednesday. Cohen lobbed explosive allegations against the president, but Republicans on the panel voiced doubts over his credibility. Roll Call reporter Griffin Connolly gives a breakdown of the key takeaways from the hearing.

Cohen’s entire opening statement
 

Capitol Ink | Second Chance

Watch Trump Blast Former Fixer Michael Cohen