Sen. Marco Rubio questioned newly confirmed deputy Secretary of State Tony Blinken last month on "chatter" that Cuba policy was about to change.
The change in the Senate rules reduced the ability of Republicans to filibuster most Obama nominees.
As the Loop reported last week, USAID administrator Raj Shah is stepping down from the job.
A fired Hill staffer claims her former bosses created a work environment that caused her emotional damage.
Sen. John Cornyn cannot support Sarah Saldaña because she'll uphold President Obama's executive action on immigration.
Just because you're not currently in Congress doesn't mean you can't enjoy some of the same perks.
A Blacklist Andy Harris movement is afoot calling on local businesses to not serve the Maryland congressman.
After a rocky confirmation hearing, George Tsunis was struggling to get the Senate support he needed to get his ambassadorial post confirmed.
A report related to the "cromnibus" includes language requesting online sexual harassment training for congressional staffers.
End of the year ethics report document dump results in little more than a slap on the wrist.