The 26 percent approval rating is the highest Congress has had since 2017, soon after Donald Trump entered the White House and Republicans controlled the House and Senate.
It may be hard to imagine it in this digital age, but there was a time when many members of Congress didn’t want to be on TV — at least in the chambers of the U.S. Capitol. But that changed dramatically on this day 40 years ago.
The House plans to vote on a resolution condemning anti-Semitism on Wednesday, following the latest controversial comments from freshman Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., about the relationship between Congress and Israel.
A House committee is seeking information from the Trump administration on a broad range of topics, including meetings with Russians, hush money payoffs and information related to the president’s taxes.
Virginia Sens. Mark Warner and Tim Kaine announced Friday that they are throwing their support toward making the District of Columbia the 51st state, overcoming years of concerns about the possibility of a commuter tax that critics worry would penalize those who live in the suburbs but work in D.C.
President Donald Trump’s former personal attorney Michael Cohen completed three days of grueling congressional hearings. WTOP Capitol Hill Correspondent Mitchell Miller breaks down some of the key revelations.
The House is prepared to vote Tuesday on a resolution to block President Donald Trump’s declaration of a national emergency, which Democrats hope will send a message to the White House that lawmakers won’t stand idly by while he diverts billions of dollars to a planned border wall.
Maryland Reps. Elijah Cummings, Anthony Brown and Jamie Raskin are among the Democratic lawmakers who have expressed concerns in the wake of last week’s arrest of Coast Guard Lt. Christopher Hasson.
Though senators have all kinds of advantages when running for the nation’s highest office, they face unique obstacles, too. Only three in U.S. history have moved directly from their Senate office to the Oval Office. An expert explains what they’re up against.
Federal workers would receive a 1.9 percent pay increase under language included in legislation aimed at averting a government shutdown, according to House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer, D-Md.
Fed up with the partial government shutdown that’s lasted more than a month, Sen. Mark Warner introduced legislation Tuesday designed to prevent future government shutdowns from ever happening again.
Federal workers are flooding congressional offices with concerned calls about how they’ll pay their bills, and lawmakers who represent them in the D.C. area vowed Wednesday to do all they can to help end the partial government shutdown.
Hundreds of thousands of federal workers will miss their first paycheck this Friday if no breakthrough agreement is reached to end the partial government shutdown — and members of Congress say their constituents are worried.
Part of the federal government will shut down Friday at midnight unless an agreement on a new spending plan is reached. The shutdown could affect more than 800,000 federal workers, including at least 420,000 who would be working without pay.
President Trump’s former fixer Michael Cohen, along with others convicted in connection with the special counsel’s Russia investigation, could be called to testify before Congress.
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