Sen. Thom Tillis

Reactions to Senate GOP 2020 hype video: ‘I’m ready for the cycle’
 

The irritating sounds of air horns and Nickelback: Congressional Hits and Misses
Week of March 4, 2019

Look, it’s easy for us to pile on Nickelback. They’ve long been the go-to band for jokes about things that nobody likes. But while everyone else was laughing, Rep. Rodney Davis staunchly defended the Canadian rockers on the House floor following a bruising from Rep. Mark Pocan.

Beyond the musical back-and-forth, this week saw air horns blasted in committee, gags about the Green New Deal and a handful of tributes to the legendary Rep. Don Young, who is now the longest-serving Republican in the House.

Valentine’s, sweets and a national emergency: Congressional Hits and Misses
Week of Feb. 11, 2019

Sen. Tom Udall gave Sen. Amy Klobuchar a cookie as a thank you gift and Sen. Thom Tillis repeated his Valentine’s Day stunt from last year by showing a pink-scribbled card for his wife on the Senate floor.

But it wasn’t all love in D.C. this week as Sen. Chuck Grassley groused about being interrupted for Majority Leader Mitch McConnell’s announcement that President Donald Trump would be declaring a national emergency, and Trump geared up for likely legal challenges to his wall-building aspirations.

2018 in 5 Minutes: The Best of Congressional Hits and Misses
 

As the 115th Congress limps across the finish line with several unfinished spending bills and a partially shutdown federal government, Hits and Misses takes a look back at our favorite funny, awkward and downright bizarre moments from the House and Senate in 2018.

Watch: A Year with Roll Call ‘At the Table’
 

As everyone prepares to gather around the Thanksgiving table, Roll Call looks back at this year’s memorable moments with lawmakers At the Table (our occasional series where we sit down at a local restaurant with members to talk food, policy and everything in between). Whether you’re on the Hill or at home, Roll Call wishes you a happy holiday.

Check out this year's episodes of ‘At the Table’

‘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.

Tillis Wants to Set the Record Straight on His 2017 ACLI Mishap
 

Like a scene from “Monty Python and the Holy Grail,” Sen. Thom Tillis wants everyone to know he’s not dead yet. During the 2017 ACLI Capitol Challenge, Tillis was taken to the hospital after passing out beside the race course. The GOP senator is going to run the race again this year, but won’t eat the same thing the night before the run as he did last year.