The House is making history this year â€” itâ€™s just coming in ways that Republicans could hardly have envisioned when the party took control.
Republican demands to stop the flow of migrants at the Mexico-U.S. border have left Congress scrambling.
Republicans wonâ€™t push colleagues to oppose Santos expulsion despite the House Speakerâ€™s concerns
House Speaker Mike Johnson is expressing reservations about expelling Rep. George Santos from the chamber this week.
Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer is warning that antisemitism in the United States has reached levels unseen in generations and called on his fellow Democrats to clearly condemn it.
House lawmakers from both parties are moving to force a vote this week on the expulsion of Rep. George Santos, a Republican from New York.
The New Mexico Supreme Court has upheld a Democratic-drawn congressional map that divvied up a conservative, oil-producing region and reshaped a swing district along the U.S. border with Mexico.
Republicans want to pair border security with aid for Ukraine. Hereâ€™s why that makes a deal so tough
Congress return to work this week after the holiday break, and Senate Republicans have made clear they wonâ€™t support additional war aid for Ukraine unless they can pair it with border security measures.
The debate over Ukraine aid was already complicated. Then it became tangled up in US border security
President Joe Bidenâ€™s nearly $106 billion aid package for Ukraine, Israel and other needs is sitting idle in Congress.
Democratic Rep. Anna Eshoo is not running for reelection next year. Eshooâ€™s announcement on Tuesday marks the end of her more than three decades in Congress representing Californiaâ€™s Silicon Valley.
The new House Speaker is trying to rebuild the Republicanâ€™s slim majority. But heâ€™s running into the same hard-right factions and divisions that his predecessor was unable to tame.
House Speaker Mike Johnson says he plans to publicly release hours of footage from the Jan. 6, 2021, attack on the U.S. Capitol.
The chairman of the House Ethics Committee has filed a resolution to force a vote on expelling Republican Rep. George Santos from Congress.
Man who attacked Minnesota congresswoman in her Washington apartment building gets 27-month sentence
A man who pleaded guilty to assaulting Democratic Rep. Angie Craig of Minnesota in the elevator of her Washington apartment has been sentenced to more than two years behind bars.
Rep. George Santos wonâ€™t seek reelection after a scathing ethics report cites evidence of lawbreaking
Republican Congressman George Santos of New York says he wonâ€™t run for reelection in 2024 after a scathing House Ethics Committee report on his conduct cited â€śoverwhelming evidenceâ€ť of lawbreaking.
Congress has ended the threat of a government shutdown until after the holidays. The Senate gave final approval to a temporary government funding package Wednesday night and sent it to President Joe Biden for his signature.
New Republican Speaker Mike Johnson was forced to reach across the aisle to Democrats when hard-right conservatives revolted against his plan to keep the government funded into the new year.
Rep. Gabe Amo has been sworn into office. He is the first Black representative from Rhode Island in Congress. Amo, a Democrat, won a special election in November.
The House has voted to push off a Republican effort to impeach Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas.
House Speaker Mike Johnson has unveiled his proposal to avoid a partial government shutdown next weekend by extending government funding for some agencies and programs until Jan. 19 and continuing funding for others until Feb. 2.
The Louisiana Legislature has until Jan. 15 to enact a new congressional map after a lower court last year ruled that the current political boundaries dilute the power of the stateâ€™s Black voters.
New House Speaker Mike Johnson is facing his first big test as he tries to win House Republican support for a short-term funding plan to avert a government shutdown.
Police in Texas say they are investigating messages spray-painted on U.S. Rep. Monica De La Cruzâ€™s office that condemn the Republicanâ€™s support for Israel in the war with Hamas.
Just 10 days before another government shutdown, Congress expands to-do list with Ukraine and border
There are just 10 days before another potential government shutdown. Congress faces a Nov. 17 deadline to fund the federal government but is no closer to resolving the standoff â€” and in fact is complicating matters.
Alabama Sen. Tommy Tuberville said heâ€™s open to negotiating an end to his blockade of almost 400 military nominees after meeting with fellow Republican senators, signaling a shift after he has dug in on his protest of a Pentagon abortion policy for more than nine months.
The 234-188 tally came after enough Democrats joined with Republicans to censure Tlaib, a punishment one step below expulsion from the House.
Ken Buck has gained national prominence as a Republican congressman fed up with Donald Trumpâ€™s lies about the 2020 election he lost to Democrat Joe Biden.
Oregonâ€™s Democratic U.S. Rep. Earl Blumenauer has announced that he wonâ€™t be running for reelection next year.
New House Speaker Mike Johnson is showing what hardball partisan tactics might come next. The House this week passed a nearly $14.5 billion military aid package to Israel.
House Republicans went after the IRS when they decided that emergency aid for Israel should be coupled with cuts elsewhere in the budget.
The House has approved a nearly $14.5 billion military aid package for Israel, but without humanitarian assistance for Gaza.