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Photos of the Week: A Historic Hearing and Vote as Nation Watches Hill The week of Sept. 24 as captured by Roll Call’s photographers

Sep 28, 2018...A very long and powerful week has nearly come to a close in Washington. Senators reached a deal Friday to delay a floor vote on the Supreme Court nomination to allow for a one-week FBI investigation into allegations of sexual assault by the nominee.

A Hurricane, a Kavanaugh Vote and a Spending Package: Photos of the Week The week of Sept. 10 as captured by Roll Call’s photographers

Sep 14, 2018...There was a watershed moment in Washington this week — three spending bills were cleared ahead of the Oct. 1 deadline and sent to the president’s desk for signature. That’s the first on-time delivery of a quarter of the annual appropriations measures in a decade.

Photos of the Week: Back on the Hill Again The week of Sept. 3 as captured by Roll Call’s photographers

Sep 7, 2018...The week began with a solemn yet powerful tribute to Sen. John McCain at the Washington National Cathedral on Saturday before he was laid to rest on Sunday in Maryland at the Naval Academy.

Seen on the Hill: ‘Pictures Came and Broke Your Heart’ The photo of the day from Roll Call's photographers on Capitol Hill

Jul 23, 2018...Video might have killed the radio star, but in 2018, video keeps the Capitol alive.

Photos of the Week: Kavanaugh Hits the Hill and Strzok Strikes Back at House The week of July 9 as captured by Roll Call’s photographers

Jul 13, 2018...It’s almost the middle of July, but there’s no summer slowdown on Capitol Hill. The president’s Supreme Court pick was in the Capitol on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday as senators consider his nomination to replace Justice Anthony M. Kennedy.

Photos From the Campaign Trail: Independence Day Edition Parades in Virginia and West Virginia as captured by Roll Call’s photographers

Jul 5, 2018...Soaring temperatures continue to grip the country this week, but that didn’t stop lawmakers and congressional hopefuls from hitting the July Fourth parade circuit Wednesday. And Roll Call’s photographers were there. 

Photos of the Week: Summer Arrives in Earnest on Capitol Hill The week of June 25 as captured by Roll Call’s photographers

Jun 29, 2018...Congress has left town for the 4th of July recess week. As the jet fumes fade, the heat is up in the swamp with temperatures expected in the high 90s. We hope your air conditioner is functioning properly.

Hoyer: ‘There Is Joy in the Washington Capital Region Today’ Maryland lawmaker celebrates Stanley Cup win in Friday floor remarks

Jun 8, 2018...“Mr. Speaker, I rise with great joy and excitement to celebrate the tremendous victory last night by the Washington Capitals in the Stanley Cup finals,” Minority WhipSteny H. Hoyer said on the House floor Friday morning.

Photos of the Day: It’s Seersucker Season Summer Thursdays in the Senate have an optional dress code

Jun 7, 2018...It’s the first Seersucker Thursday in the Senate for 2018.

‘Public charge’ rule creates Homeland spending bill headache Amendment blocks proposed rules on immigrant access to Medicaid and food stamps

Aug 7, 2019...An amendment inserted into the House's fiscal 2020 Homeland Security spending bill by Appropriations Committee Democrats during the panel's June markup would bust the subcommittee's allocation by nearly $3.1 billion, according to the Congressional Budget Office.