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The Noun That Trump Said Most Often in His Presser? Russia

The Thursday press conference that Donald Trump held his first solo briefing since inauguration covered a range of topics. An analysis of the speech shows the noun he said most often was Russia a total of 43 times.

Whitehouse Conducts Science Experiment on Senate Floor

As part of his ongoing series of floor speeches speaking out against carbon emissions, Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse received unanimous consent to conduct a quick science experiment on the Senate floor early Friday morning. Watch the video to see Whitehouse’s results.

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Roll Call’s Black History Month series talks with lawmakers and Hill figures to explore the intersection of black history and life in Congress and the Capitol building itself.

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Roll Call’s Black History Month series talks with lawmakers and Hill figures to explore the intersection of black history and life in Congress and the Capitol building itself.

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Roll Call’s Black History Month series talks with lawmakers and Hill figures to explore the intersection of black history and life in Congress and the Capitol building itself.

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Roll Call’s Black History Month series talks with lawmakers and Hill figures to explore the intersection of black history and life in Congress and the Capitol building itself.

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Roll Call’s Black History Month series talks with lawmakers and Hill figures to explore the intersection of black history and life in Congress and the Capitol building itself.

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Black History and America’s Capitol

By Jason Dick, Cody Long
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HOH’s Valentine to You: Puppy Love

By Alex Gangitano, Thomas McKinless
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Who is Judge Neil Gorsuch?

By Thomas McKinless
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It’s early in the mid-term election cycle and many factors, most notably President-elect Donald Trump’s performance in office, could affect the Senate races. The initial map, however, doesn’t look good for Democrats. Find out more from Inside Elections and Roll Call’s Nathan L. Gonzales.

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At the confirmation hearing for Health and Human Services nominee Republican Rep. Tom Price on Wednesday, Democratic Sen. Elizabeth Warren questioned Price on whether he would defund Medicare and Medicaid if confirmed as secretary, noting that President-elect Donald Trump had previously commented he would not cut funding for either program.

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Senior Editor David Hawkings and Heard on the Hill reporter Alex Gangitano discuss their experience previewing the new Smithsonian museum opening Sept. 24th. In an attempt to manage crowds and a large interest from the public, the museum has issued "timed passes" and many weekday passes are taken through mid-November (you'll have to wait even longer for weekends.) If you can't make it to the museum for awhile, Roll Call has your in with this video.

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She’s been a fixture on Capitol Hill since the late 70s. Members of Congress, staffers and journalists all know her -- and her signature mannequin. She’s Rita Warren, and she’s the Capitol Hill Jesus Lady.

The 88-year-old activist has been hauling a life-size Jesus mannequin to the steps of the Capitol since 1979. Perched by the doors to the House, she reaches out with her message of faith in Jesus to whomever will listen. What is Warren’s story? How was she inspired to begin this crusade nearly 40 years ago?

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