There are currently seven vacant House seats in Congress — that means almost five million Americans don’t have a voting member representing them. In some cases, those seats won’t change until after the midterm election. Editor Jason Dick explains what exactly happens in an office representing people with no representative.
Rep. Mo Brooks, R-Ala., questioned a scientist at a hearing Wednesday on climate change and shared his own views on the topic. Watch the video for the event where he said rising water levels were caused by rocks falling into waterways and that ice in Antarctica was increasing.
Heard on the Hill reporter Alex Gangitano talked to two Capitol Hill leaders who are fostering a diverse workplace about what other offices can do to increase diversity.
The House rejected a farm bill 198-213 on Friday. Thirty Republicans voted against the measure that had been pushed by leadership.
Lawmakers, staff, reporters and other D.C. figures came together on Wednesday to participate in the ACLI Capital Challenge, a three-mile run. Proceeds from the race went to a guide dog foundation.