The senator may be a lame duck, but he can still fly to Europe.
A technical problem is causing a major delays in processing passports and visas worldwide.
Former Senate budget wonks Kent Conrad and Judd Gregg will be working together at a major DC-based PR firm.
A new report from the Office of Congressional Ethics shows the activity of the more than five-year-old independent panel since it was created.
The senator, clearly looking toward a potential 2016 matchup, piles on the 1990s references.
Sneak preview of 2016: Sen. Marco Rubio fundraises off tying Hillary Clinton to the 1990s.
Rep. Michele Bachmann may be leaving Congress after this year, but that doesn’t mean she’s leaving politics. Bachmann 2016?
There’s a law against the legislative body to be working in August — really.
HBO show featured a bloodbath at a fictional Cruz fundraiser on Sunday night. The Texas Republican was not happy.
After EPA Office of Water tweets about Kim Kardashian, Rep. John Dingell wins the Internet for having absolutely no idea who she is.
An IG report recommends the Defense Department examine further why an airbase in Afghanistan allowed waste to be burned openly creating harmful toxins.
There’s a ban on earmarks, but some senators still find ways to boast about sending money home to their states.
It was such a big issue, but now all the chatter and media coverage appear to have disappeared.
One long-shot candidate for Congress could be featured in a series about losing campaigns. FEC says that’s fine as long as he’s not compensated.
Senate has several Obama officials to testify and two confirmation hearings this week as the clock ticks down to August recess.
This batch deals with Osama bin Laden, Saddam Hussein and more.
More members of Congress are visiting the U.S.-Mexico border Friday to do their jobs.
U.S. sanctions on Russia includes an AK-47 manufacturer, prompting the Russians to claim concern for U.S. assault rifle owners.
McCain, Flake, Schumer and others go all OUTT on names of bills — as in Overdoing the Unrelated Title Thing.
Lawmakers love their acronyms, even when they make absolutely no sense.
Colby Itkowitz is a national reporter for In The Loop. She’s formerly The Morning Call’s DC Correspondent. Before that, she was a transportation reporter at Congressional Quarterly. Colby is a proud native of Lancaster, PA - which she will tell you is much more than Amish Country - and lives in Logan Circle with her fiancé Chad. Follow Colby on Twitter @colbyitkowitz.