Opponents of net neutrality have spent big money on lobbying.
House Speaker John A. Boehner and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell have an opportunity to demonstrate that Republicans can effectively govern. But it remains unclear if they will be able to deliver.
The Secret Service is likely to get caught in the middle of Congress’ next spending debate.
Will congressional dysfunction threaten a near-perfect health care program?
A month after Benjamin Netanyahu visited John Boehner, the speaker of the House will return the favor.
A bipartisan consensus is forming in Congress around medicinal marijuana.
The cost of education is out of control — and Congress is doing absolutely nothing about it.
Would an online sales tax bill put small-business Internet retailers out of business?
Republicans’ budget math still doesn’t add up.
At least Congressman Aaron Schock’s father is still standing by him — sort of.
Aaron Schock’s problems may be just beginning.
Scandal-plagued Congressman Aaron Schock is on his way out.
The House GOP’s budget plan is just as extreme as ever.
Republicans on Capitol Hill are lining up in defense of D.C.’s school voucher system.
The Senate is bracing for another showdown over abortion.
Find out why the White House described Mitch McConnell’s actions as ‘unconscionable.’
The Senate GOP letter to Iran has inspired an explosion of hypocrisy on the right.
Women have made huge strides on Capitol Hill since Barbara Mikulski took office in 1987.
New wars in the Middle East, or deep, across-the-board budget cuts. Pick one, Republicans — you can’t have both.
The Senate can’t even pass a bill to fight human trafficking without a partisan meltdown.
Senator Cotton’s Iran letter is bad for the GOP, and worse for diplomacy — but pretty good for him.
Conservatives aren’t exactly pleased with Boehner’s performance, but he isn’t going anywhere.
When it comes to email transparency, Congress rarely practices what it preaches.
Meet the new right-wing group that’s itching for another debt ceiling fight.
Republicans are less interested in attacking Bob Menendez than they are in attacking President Obama.