Monthly Archives: March 2018

  • Perspective

The omnibus spending plan provides a clear declaration that he cannot act alone. It is Congress that creates and eliminates.

Rep. Elizabeth Esty learned of a threat made by her chief of staff against a colleague he dated but did not dismiss him until House lawyers arranged a severance deal.

The Judiciary Committee made a bipartisan request for communications from John Mashburn and Rick Dearborn, who both went on to serve in the White House.

  • Analysis

Two men who know Ryan — John Boehner and Eric Cantor — say the speaker is too valuable to the House GOP and an early departure would cause others to quit.

The inquiry follows a Washington Post report on a senior official who served jail time for allegedly assaulting his wife and has said he handles a ‘high volume’ of classified information.

They fear that Cindy Hyde-Smith will not be able to defeat a hard-right special election opponent.

The women of the Senate called for votes to improve Capitol Hill's system for reporting and adjudicating complaints of workplace misconduct after such changes were excluded from a recent major spending bill.

The decision by Rep. Ryan Costello (R-Pa.) further complicates Republican plans to hold onto Pennsylvania's 6th Congressional District.

Proposal to replace separate forms of leave with a catchall called paid time off would reduce the number of paid leave days for federal employees.

Landrieu, 57, led a push to remove the monuments after nine members of a historic African American congregation in Charleston, S.C., were killed by a white supremacist, prompting a national reckoning with Confederate imagery in modern-day America.

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