A North Carolina congresswoman injured in a serious automobile accident this week is recovering at home from a broken sternum and bone in her foot.
Senate Leader Mitch McConnell once vowed Donald Trump would have his day in court after the Jan. 6, 2021, Capitol attack.
Police search Senate office buildings after report of active shooter; later declare it a false alarm
Authorities issued a shelter-in-place order and searched Senate office buildings near the U.S. Capitol Wednesday afternoon amid reports of an active shooter.
Trump lawyer calls indictment an ‘attack on free speech and political advocacy.’ Follow live updates
Donald Trump’s attorney John Lauro is calling the latest indictment of the former president “an attack on free speech and political advocacy.”
Connecticut U.S. Rep. Rosa DeLauro has been known for years for her colorful clothing and hairstyle.
Hunter Biden’s former business partner has testified to Congress that President Joe Biden was never directly involved in their financial dealings, even though Hunter would often put his famous father on speakerphone to impress clients and business associates.
Lawmakers broke for their August recess this week with many worried about whether they can avoid a partial government shutdown upon their return.
A top Pentagon official has attacked this week’s widely watched congressional hearing on UFOs. In a letter posted online, Dr.
Nine senior Senate Democrats and independent Sen. Bernie Sanders are urging the Biden administration to withhold about a quarter of the United States’ more than $1 billion in annual military aid to Egypt for a third year.
House Democrats are demanding the release of a transcript from a new FBI witness, saying it contradicts Republicans’ claims in the vast congressional inquiry into President Joe Biden’s son, Hunter.
President Joe Biden used his trip to a textile plant in Maine on Friday to boast about cooling inflation and to make a crack at Republicans who have floated an impeachment inquiry into him.
The Congressional Black Caucus is pushing the White House, Justice Department and the Department of Education to look into whether Florida school districts are violating federal discrimination law following changes to the state’s Black history curriculum.
Congress has approved measures to undo federal protections for the lesser prairie chicken and northern long-eared bat.
A House committee has called off a vote on a recommendation that Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg be held in contempt of Congress for failing to fully supply documents related to an investigation into supposed censorship of conservatives by tech companies.
Former President Donald Trump has made it clear he wants to see President Joe Biden impeached, and Trump’s allies in Congress and rivals in the 2024 presidential race are eager to join that fight.
Advocates for the self-driving vehicle industry are asking Congress to expand their ability to test and eventually sell autonomous cars and trucks.
Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas faced a barrage of criticism by House Republicans who, in recent months, have floated impeaching the cabinet official over what they see as his dereliction of duty in securing the southern border.
A former Air Force intelligence officer has testified that the U.S. is concealing a longstanding program that retrieves and reverse engineers unidentified flying objects.
Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg is being threatened with contempt of Congress. Republican Rep. Jim Jordan says his House Judiciary Committee will vote Thursday on a resolution to hold Zuckerberg in contempt.
House Speaker Kevin McCarthy says Republicans in Congress may launch an impeachment inquiry of President Joe Biden over unproven allegations of financial wrongdoing.
The lead prosecutor in the case against President Joe Biden’s son Hunter says he is willing to testify publicly this fall.
President Joe Biden has chosen Shuwanza Goff as his new director of legislative affairs, making her the first Black woman to be the White House’s chief emissary to Capitol Hill.
Republican Sen. Chuck Grassley has released an unclassified document that Republicans claim is significant in their investigation of Hunter Biden.
The House has overwhelmingly passed a bill that would give the Federal Aviation Administration more money to hire air traffic controllers.
Robert F. Kennedy Jr. is denying that he traffics in racist and hateful online conspiracy theories, testifying at a House hearing on government censorship despite requests from outside groups to disinvite him.
The Supreme Court would have to abide by stronger ethics standards under legislation approved by the Senate Judiciary Committee.
Israeli president tells Congress his country is committed to democracy but concedes ‘painful debate’
Israel’s president sought to reassure Congress about the state of Israel’s democracy and the strength of the U.S.-Israel relationship.
Israel’s president is seeking to reassure U.S. allies Wednesday on the state of Israel’s democracy and the strength of the U.S.-Israel relationship.
House Republicans are raising unsubstantiated allegations against President Joe Biden over his family’s finances.
Another tough U.S. House fight is shaping up in California’s Central Valley farm belt. Stockton Mayor Kevin Lincoln — a Republican — says he will try to oust Democratic U.S.
Congress will vote this week on legislation that will shape the agency responsible for safely managing the nation’s airspace and regulating its airlines.