Python Hunting, the Great Wall of China, a ‘Little Dance’ and More as Congressional Hits and Misses Returns

Roll Call’s Congressional Hits and Misses is back! With both chambers on the Hill for the second session of the 115th Congress, hear lawmakers’ funny, bizarre and awkward moments of the week of Jan. 8, 2018.

How the Open Seats Are (or Aren’t) Creating Opportunities in the House

How Congressional Debate Is Supposed to Work (And How It Really Works)

Hatch: Time to ‘Hang Up the Gloves’

Utah Sen. Orrin G. Hatch announced Tuesday that he will retire after seven terms in the Senate.

The GOP is Anxious to Be Productive: 4 Takeaways From the 2018 Congressional Calendar
Roll Call Decoder with David Hawkings: wonky explainers from a Capitol Hill expert

Thunderous Applause As House Passes Tax Overhaul

Protesters Interrupt Floor Speech Before Tax Vote

Former Congresswomen Reflect on Sexual Harassment Issues

Brooks on Cancer Diagnosis: Losing Senate Bid May Have Saved My Life

Rep. Mo Brooks announced on the House floor on Wednesday that he has been diagnosed with high-risk prostate cancer.