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OVERHEARD: “As you can see, we’re watching the House floor.”
Karl Britton, scheduler for Rep. William Enyart (D-Ill.), said Thursday afternoon as the TVs in the congressman’s office were clearly tuned to the United States versus Germany...
Several staffers in the office of Rep. Mike Honda (D-Calif.) appeared enthused Thursday as they cheered on the United States in its World Cup matchup against Germany.
The congressman’s press secretary told The Hill that, although...
SPOTTED: Rep. Bradley Byrne catching the World Cup faceoff between the United States and Germany during a Thursday lunch break.
The Alabama Republican told The Hill that his two sons play soccer, and at his house, “It’s World Cup...
The television is usually turned off for press conferences. Not on Thursday.
Republicans joked about using a stun gun on Rep. Cedric Richmond to improve their chances.
Not even ooey-gooey, cheesy, scrumptious pizza will snag 50 Most Beautiful nominees a spot on this year’s list.
State will brief at 11 a.m. so reporters and staff can watch U.S. play Germany.
Don’t expect to see White House press secretary Josh Earnest sporting any serious facial hair like his predecessor Jay Carney. He says he’ll “never” grow a beard.
In his first week behind the podium since Carney stepped down, Earnest...