It is increasingly apparent the GOP needs to nominate Texas Sen. Ted Cruz for president next year.
Senate Democratic leaders are not being shy about their chances to move a handful of desks across the aisle and take back the chambers majority.
Minnesota businessman Stewart Mills announced his second challenge to 8th District Democratic Rep. Rick Nolan Tuesday morning.
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Besides House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy, North Carolina Rep. Renee Ellmers may have had the roughest week in Washington.
Updated 6:30 p.m. | In the immediate aftermath of Rep. Kevin McCarthys sudden and shocking decision to bow out of the race for House speaker, the California Republican said he intends to stay in Congress and keep his current job as majority leader.
No Democrat has entered the race against freshman Virginia Rep. Barbara Comstock. But theres a new recruit whose name may be familiar to Washington.
Rep. Kevin McCarthys shocking decision to drop his bid for speaker Thursday could cause problems for House Republican fundraising, multiple Republican strategists told CQ Roll Call.
A federal judge in Iowa has tossed most of the charges against longtime Paul family advisers Jesse Benton and John Tate.
Rep. Walter B. Jones acknowledged to CQ Roll Call Friday that he wrote a letter asking leaders to attest they had not committed any embarrassing misdeeds in part because he had seen rumors published of an affair between fellow North Carolina Rep. Renee Ellmers and Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy of California.
After years of litigation, a Florida circuit court judge recommended Friday that the state Supreme Court adopt a new congressional map proposed by the League of Women Voters and Common Cause of Florida one of the final steps in a prolonged legal battle that will likely net Democrats a few more House seats in 2016.
Rep. Darrell Issa said Friday morning he might become a candidate for speaker and sharply criticized the performance of Rep. Jason Chaffetz, his successor as chairman of the Oversight and Government Reform Committee.