Here's The Hill's breakdown of the new Congress.
In a year when Congress all but ground to a halt, the real action took place elsewhere.
Security blamed for banning of "I Can't Breathe" shirts.
The movie gets just a 32 percent rating from top critics on Rotten Tomatoes.
It was the new pope's second Christmas address from St. Peter's.
There are a number of gifts politicians could use to prepare for 2015.
Political figures battle over who deserves blame for the killings of two policemen.
Thanksgiving is a time to give thanks — and argue with your relatives about politics.
Jurors took an especially long time to consider the case.
A school district is canceling classes in anticipation of grand jury decision.
Democrats say their efforts to bring black voters to the polls are succeeding.
It remains to be seen whether she can escape her past to advocate against bullying.
Doctors stress that Nina Pham is resting and in good spirits with "her iPad."
Congress remains stalled on legislation to prop up an agency weighed down by heavy costs.
As many as 3,000 military personnel could be dispatched to West Africa to aid the effort.
ISIS has set the stage for Republicans to make a splash with their Benghazi probe.
He's threatening to use stopgap government funding measure to torpedo immigration action.
With primary season over, the GOP is beginning to inch back to the center.