The incoming Senate majority leader is bringing back five-day workweeks.
The House will continue to vote on legislation aimed at ending EPA regulations, while the Senate again clears some of President Obama's nominations.
House Republicans will continue their assault against EPA regulations, while the Senate considers nominations.
Lawmakers in both chambers will spend the day debating environmental and energy policy.
The House will consider suspension bills, while the Senate will vote on the Child Care and Development Block Grant Act.
The Keystone pipeline and immigration will loom over the lame-duck session's second week.
The House will vote on legislation to approve the Keystone XL pipeline.
After the midterm elections, both the House and Senate will take up bipartisan bills after leadership elections on Thursday.
The House and Senate return Wednesday for the first day of the lame-duck session.
Congress will reconvene on Wednesday after nearly two months on the campaign trail.