New York was supposed to be a layup for Democrats. Now the new maps pit sitting New York Democrats against one another
The latest hearing on “Unidentified Aerial Phenomena” has returned Capitol Hill to the murky crossover between military intelligence and science fiction
The decision to issue the subpoenas to sitting lawmakers is a new phenomenon on Capitol Hill. Never before has Congress issued subpoenas for testimony from its own members
The question of lawmakers’ state of well-being has resurfaced as a point of contention as 88-year-old Sen. Dianne Feinstein says she is up to staying in office.
Democrats hope to weaponize the Supreme Court’s potential decision on abortion precedent in this fall’s midterms
A Capitol police officer who discharged a firearm in a break room of the Cannon House Office Building has been suspended.
The leak of the draft opinion from the Supreme Court on Roe v. Wade could have profound consequences at the U.S. Capitol.
Congress is kind of like a Shakespearean play. Rep. Madison Cawthorn, R-N.C., may not have appeared in any of Shakespeare’s shows. But he certainly shows up just as frequently in media reports as Falstaff.
It seemed House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy was on the up and up to becoming House speaker, but the recent audiotape and text message leaks might be a hurdle in his endeavor.
A look back on Capitol Hill’s past aircraft security alerts following the Capitol parachute fiasco.