As House members prepare for the anticipated vote on President Joe Biden's nearly $2 trillion coronavirus relief package on Friday, Republicans have spent much of their time lamenting the massive amount of money that it will cost taxpayers.
After trading barbs on the U.S. House floor over transgender rights, the fight between U.S. Representatives Marie Newman and Marjorie Taylor Greene has taken an even more visible role.
Nearly two months after a mob of angry Trump supporters stormed the U.S. Capitol, members of Congress are beginning to dive into the fallout from an attack that left five people dead and many more injured.
"I actually just in the last 24 hours, was informed by the department that they actually had received that report," Steven Sund told lawmakers during a hearing on the deadly Capitol riot.
President Joe Biden has seated about half of his Cabinet with little resistance, but his health secretary pick has become the latest to get in the GOP crosshairs.
Republican lawmakers have been making the trip to Florida to try to keep former President Donald Trump close after his unsuccessful reelection bid.
Republican lawmakers are accusing President Joe Biden of setting a low bar for his first 100 days in office to ensure a victory lap when he's reached his goals of vaccinations and school reopenings—accusations the White House has spent several days pushing back against.
President Joe Biden has already expressed doubt that the proposal will be included in his $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief bill, but Democrats have drafted another proposal to obtain the first hike in minimum wage in over a decade.
U.S. Senator Richard Burr, who is planning to retire next year, joined six of his GOP colleagues and voted with Democrats unsuccessfully to convict former President Donald Trump of inciting the violent riot that smothered the U.S. Capitol on January 6.
The second impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump was briefly derailed Saturday morning, after House managers pushed to have witnesses called.
An unexpected vote to call witnesses in the impeachment trial set up the potential for multiple skirmishes that could drag the process out, as Biden has urged lawmakers to focus on his COVID relief plan.
Senate GOP Leader Mitch McConnell will vote to acquit former President Donald Trump, he told colleagues on Saturday.
Former Vice President Mike Pence still has a Twitter account—unlike his former boss, Donald Trump—but he's staying away from opining about the ongoing Trump impeachment trial that's taking place in the U.S. Senate, even as he's become a key focal point of the prosecution's argument.
As the impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump stretched into its third day Thursday, several senators appeared worn down by the ongoing argument that Trump incited the deadly riot at the U.S. Capitol on January 6.
"I didn't learn anything that I didn't already know," Trump attorney Bruce Castor told reporters Wednesday. "We know a mob breached the Capitol and wreaked havoc in the building. I'm waiting for them to connect that up to President Trump and so far that hadn't happened."
Never-before-seen security footage shows that Senator Mitt Romney narrowly evaded rioters who stormed the U.S. Capitol on January 6, after Capitol Police Officer Eugene Goodman told him to run away from them.
Security footage that is expected to be shown during the U.S. Senate impeachment trial over allegations that he incited the January 6 riots at the U.S. Capitol is so unsettling that some lawmakers are warning aides and others who were present that day not to watch.
The U.S. Senate will hear hours of testimony in the case to convict former President Donald Trump of inciting the deadly attack on the U.S. Capitol on January 6, but many GOP senators already have made up their minds that they'll vote against a conviction.
Former President Donald Trump's legal team is arguing that Trump is being improperly tried on an impeachment charge for an unprecedented second time because of Democrats' deep-seated dislike of him. To kick off Tuesday's trial, they showed a montage straight from reality television to back them up.
During what had already been an emotionally devastating week, U.S. Representative Jamie Raskin brought his daughter and son-in-law to the United States Capitol to witness the certification of President Joe Biden's election on January 6.
President Joe Biden won't be among the anticipated millions of Americans watching the U.S. Senate's second impeachment trial of Donald Trump .
"I can't think of any better example to set for my children than to show them when you face trials and tribulations in your life—because you will, we all will—it is important to keep going," Julia said. Letlow's husband, Luke, died from COVID-19 complications days before he was set to be sworn in as the new congressman for Louisiana's 5th District.
U.S. House members who flout new security measures implemented at the Capitol in the wake of the January 6 riots now face hefty fines that could come directly out of their paychecks.
The GOP congresswoman recalled a hostage incident that happened while she was in high school in 1990.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi told reporters Thursday that Democratic leaders had hoped to have an answer by now of whether the minimum wage hike will be allowed.
President Joe Biden's leaning on an issue most Republicans and Democrats agree should be a priority as he tries to build support for his $1.9 billion COVID-19 relief package: Reopening schools that shuttered months ago to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus.
Mayorkas will be the first Latino and immigrant to oversee the Homeland Security Department.
Less than a month after rioters stormed the federal building, members of Congress are seeking guidance on when they can use campaign funds for security measures.
President Joe Biden spent his first week in office signing executive orders and memorandums on priority issues, including climate change, LGBT rights, the economy and health care.