Senior congressional correspondent and columnist Education: University of Delaware, BA Paul Kane has covered Congress since 2000, when he started at Roll Call with a beat focused on the Senate leadership agenda. He started with The Washington Post in 2007, covering topics such as the congressional response to the 2008 financial crisis and the Obama-Republican fiscal wars. He now writes a regular column on Congress and its interactions with the Trump administration. Honors & Awards:
Dirksen Award for Distinguished Reporting of Congress
Retirements of three GOP chairmen effective Jan. 3 mean their committees will not be able to conduct business — or hold confirmation hearings for Biden nominees — until the Ga. races have been decided.