Six departing senators say their final formal goodbyes to the chamber -- and bemoan the lack of bipartisanship.
Lawmakers are biding their time by passing modest bills long languishing on the House and Senate dockets.
The moderate Republican feels bittersweet about leaving an institution she's served for more than three decades, but vows to remain involved.
West Virginia senator upset that his state will be setting of network's newest reality show.
One Republican lawmaker voted against final passage of the measure. Who was he?
The screening will occur right before Christmas -- and after several other political screenings of the hit movie.
Connecticut's senior senator reflects on his 24-year Senate career, his role in the 2000 and 2008 presidential campaigns and how he kept the Jewish sabbath.
Only one woman will chair a House committee, but GOP counts a few women in other leadership positions.
House lawmakers will meet for slightly more days than this year -- but still enjoy week-long stretches back home.
The House speaker has no formal say, but felt the need to weigh in anyway.