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Serving only one term in Congress hasnít kept former Rep. Karan English, D-Ariz., out of public service, as she was reappointed in January to another term to the Office of Congressional Ethics.
After just one term in the House, Michael Patrick Flanagan returned to Chicago, where he continued working in the nonelective political sphere.
You hear it over and over: Itís not what you know, itís who you know.
With a busy lame-duck session and the long hours that come with it, Hill staffers may find themselves crunched for time this holiday season when trying to check everyone off their lists.
Former New Hampshire Sen. Warren B. Rudman, who strived to balance the federal budget and co-chaired a federal panel that predicted domestic terrorist attacks seven months before 9/11, passed away Monday. He was 82.
A start as an aviation mechanic in the Air Force gave Joe Kasper all the tools to succeed on Capitol Hill.
This weekend, the inaugural Pottery on the Hill event brings 15 of the most renowned potters in the United States to the Hill Center at the Old Naval Hospital, which opened to the public last year.
ďTo be kind.Ē Not the typical lesson you hear every day from someone in politics. But it is one of the most important lessons Rob Epplin says he learned during his 23 years working on Capitol Hill.
It's not exactly wine, women and song, but how about wine, pumpkins and song? Whatever your taste, there's a fall festival in the region that will suit it. Here's a sampling of things to do as the leaves turn and air grows cooler.