A bipartisan pair of senators are seeking travel documents for the Supreme Court justices as they question whether the High Court needs better transparency requirements.
Rep. Val Demings launched her 2022 U.S. Senate campaign against Sen. Marco Rubio on Wednesday accusing the incumbent Republican of failing to show up for Florida while promising she'd "never tire" of doing the right thing on behalf of the Sunshine State.
Democrats on the House Judiciary Committee blasted the Biden administration's Justice Department for its "misguided" decision to continue to represent former President Donald Trump in a defamation lawsuit filed by a woman who claims Trump sexually assaulted her in the 1990s.
Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse stood outside the Supreme Court Wednesday and called out GOP justices for the "evil" of allowing unlimited dark money into elections and partisan gerrymandering.
Pressure continues to mount on Sen. Joe Manchin to support Democrats' signature election overhaul legislation, with one Squad member penning a new op-ed accusing the West Virginia moderate of protecting "Jim Crow" relics.
Rep. Rashida Tlaib, D-Mich., issued a strong rebuke of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Democratic leadership for their statement calling out fellow squad member Rep. Ilhan Omar for her comments involving Israel.
EXCLUSIVE: House Republicans are raising alarms about former union officials who were granted ethics waivers to serve in the Biden administration, claiming organized labor is having undue influence on government policy.
Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene on Tuesday claimed the coronavirus was human-made in a Chinese lab and suggested the American people were victims of a bioweapons attack.
House conservatives released a new memo in advance of President Biden's Wednesday summit with Vladimir Putincalling out the Democrat's "tough words but weak actions" and offering advice on policies that could actually counter Russian aggression.
The Senate is moving forward with an effort to make Washington D.C. the 51st state by scheduling a hearing for June 22. But final passage for statehood is still a longshot prospect in the 50-50 split upper chamber.
The Congressional Progressive Caucus has doubled down on the need for a multitrillion-dollar comprehensive infrastructure plan and warned that a pared-down bipartisan package with Republicans would likely not have their support.
The House Thursday voted to repeal the 2002 authorization for use of military force in Iraq and will send the legislation to the Senate, which is expected to take up the issue in the coming weeks.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Thursday defended the Democratic divisions in her caucus that have been on display in recent weeks, saying she'd rather belong to a party that's dynamic than to the GOP.
Influential Georgia Democrat Stacey Abrams said Thursday she could "absolutely" support Sen. Joe Manchin's revisions to Democrats' sweeping election reform legislation, giving the plan a key endorsement in the Senate.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi tapped progressive firebrand Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez for a new House committee she formed to address wealth inequality in America.
Dr. Ronny Jackson, the former White House physician, called on President Biden to immediately undergo a cognitive test so the commander-in-chief can prove to the American public sound mental capabilities.
The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) voted overwhelmingly to draft a formal document on the meaning of the Eucharist after a contentious debate on whether President Biden and other politicians who support abortion policies are worthy of receiving Communion at Mass.
Rep. Ted Lieu went on a rant this weekend against the Catholic Church calling U.S. bishops "hypocrites" and "nakedly partisan" for seeking to update Communion guidance that could rebuke politicians like President Biden and Speaker Nancy Pelosi for supporting abortion policies.
Nearly 60 House Democrats are calling on Catholic bishops to cease the "weaponization" of Holy Communion and urged them to stop targeting Democrats who support abortion as being unworthy of the sacred sacrament of the Eucharist.
A sweeping election reform bill that Democrats have pegged as their top legislative priority is expected to go down in defeat Tuesday in the Senate as Republicans are prepared to use the legislative filibuster to stop any debate on the For the People Act from going forward.
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