Lawmakers have introduced legislation to prevent and respond to sexual harassment in Congress.
Amy Klobuchar co-sponsored a bill to make sexual harassment training mandatory.
It's the latest installment in Democrat Al Green's on-again, off-again plan to impeach the president.
Michael Cohen, President Donald Trump's personal lawyer, is feeling a bit put upon "by the haters" these days.
Anonymous Wikipedia changes from the Congress computer network hit Robert Mueller and George Papadopoulos' pages.
Xi Jinping will likely lead for another five years—but then what?
After a sitdown with former Trump strategist Steve Bannon, Grimm told Newsweek the Breitbart boss is excited to help him make a congressional comeback following his prison stint.
Representative Al Green says it's time for the nation to focus on mourning the shooting victims.
Sheila Jackson Lee of Texas knelt in the House on Monday in a show of solidarity with NFL players.
Roger Stone, a longtime Donald Trump confidant, will testify Tuesday about alleged Russian meddling in U.S. politics, but only behind closed doors.
Who knew it was possible, but Congress has actually become more unpopular under Trump.
The Senate and House intelligence committees and the Senate Judiciary Committee are overseeing investigations into Russian meddling in the presidential election.
The Texas Democrat, speaking on MSNBC Tuesday, said the president crossed a line.
The Speaker of the House's "zero legislative successes" have put his party at risk, say Democrats.
The war against the militant group is currently waged using a George W. Bush–era authorization.
Senator Booker said he wants to correct an “unjust system” that largely impacts communities "of color."
Putin said Russia would also be seizing two U.S. diplomatic properties.
Vetoes, pocket vetoes and other ways the White House can avoid implementing legislation.
With his family businesses now known to be targets of the FBI special Russia investigation, President Trump has lashed out at Attorney General Jeff Sessions and signaled that his Department of Justice is crossing a “red line.” Trump’s next move in the imminent showdown could be firing or sidelining his own AG and finding a replacement who could curtail the investigation.
The health care debacle is just part of the problem. Bad decisions and structural impediments are killing the president’s legislative agenda