Congressional leaders are preparing a stopgap bill to keep the federal government running into March and avoid a partial shutdown next week.
Since January, the chamber has seen the removal of a member from a committee, the first ouster of a speaker in history and the expulsion of a lawmaker for only the third time since the Civil War.
The special session started with a bang Wednesday as members of the House and Senate reviewed the new legislative maps proposed by Republicans.
The ethics report released Thursday blasted George Santos, a Republican from New York, for committing widespread fraud and theft. He says he won't seek a second term.
The House voted late Tuesday night to censure Rep. Rashida Tlaib, D-Mich., over her comments related to Israel and Palestinians.
The first substantial legislative effort in Congress to support Israel in the war falls far short of President Biden's request for nearly $106 billion that would also back Ukraine as it fights Russia.
The status of the speakership has been declining for years. McCarthy's ouster is an extreme example in a sequence of events that have made the speaker more vulnerable — and thus weaker.
Cannon resisted government regulation of business, supported protective tariffs and frowned upon change in general. It was said that had he been present at the Creation he would have voted against it.
A group of hard-line House Republicans say House Speaker Kevin McCarthy cannot win their support on spending by launching an impeachment inquiry into President Biden.
The popular Dunwoody Dino House, which had been cited for violating the city’s sign ordinance as the result of a single complaint, has been given a 30-day reprieve.
Some House GOP hard-liners say Speaker Kevin McCarthy shouldn't rule out a shutdown to achieve spending cuts and social policy changes sought by the far right of his party.
A judge has refused to dismiss lawsuits alleging Georgia's congressional and legislative districts illegally discriminate against Black voters. U.S. District Judge Steve Jones ruled Monday that he could only decide disputes over the facts of the cases and the credibility of the witnesses after a full trial.
Sen. Tommy Tuberville has been blocking every U.S. military personnel move that needs Senate confirmation since February. Here, a look at why and how he can bend the will of the Senate to his own.
Raskin has given himself until July 4th to announce his plans. He's weighing a run for the U.S. Senate after going into remission following intensive cancer treatment.
A group of Democrats formed the Dads Caucus in the House, hoping to advocate for key democratic policies such as the expanded child tax credit and paid family leave.