Sen. Barbara Mikulski (D-Md.), who has served in Congress longer than any woman in history, will announce at a news conference Monday that she is retiring from the Senate after five terms in office, three people familiar with her plans said.
Tense week ahead on the Hill; Boehner allies worry about coup; Clinton to announce in April? SCOTUS hears Ariz. case; potential Rubio replacement meets NRSC.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will deliver a speech to a joint session of Congress on Tuesday.
The defeat of a House DHS bill is not a sign of a more profound rift between conservative and moderate Republican factions, they insist.
The former Texas governor asks Hillary Clinton, "Where’s your loyalty?"
Scott Walker on Sunday staked out a hard-line stance against a path to citizenship for undocumented immigrants.
The Louisiana governor challenged his party's leaders in Congress to make good on their pledges to replace the health-care law and make other progress on conservative priorities.
It was Rand's race to lose.
The former Maryland governor suggested to a South Carolina audience that regulating the financial sector would be a defining issue for him if he runs.
"It sent a message not only across America, it sent a message around the world," the Republican presidential aspirant said Saturday.