Both the House and Senate are set to recess on July 31.
Democrats are rallying around “shutdown” as a new favorite buzzword.
The assessment comes despite mounting evidence that the economy is rumbling to life.
The incoming House leader has moved swiftly to bolster his conservative credentials.
The escalating fight over the Ex-Im Bank is threatening to put a financial squeeze on Boeing.
Obama called congressional leaders to the White House to outline his plan.
The capture of a suspected ringleader behind Benghazi attack refueled a Washington debate.
Paul Rieckhoff has built a small army of dedicated veterans.
Senate Dems face a dilemma over whether to press for new sanctions.
Leahy said his narrow focus “may not please all stakeholders.”
House and Senate struggled to find ways to shore up Highway Trust Fund before it runs dry.
The White House rejected charges that it has caused a flood of illegal child immigrants.
Health industry officials say ObamaCare-related premiums will double in some parts of the US.
The White House bristled at the criticism.
Senate Foreign Relations Committee is set to vote on an aid bill for Ukraine on Wednesday.
The government could pocket a hefty profit by selling its Tennessee Valley Authority stake.
Boehner won’t revive proposal to use oil drilling revenue for infrastructure in highway bill.
There’s a Ron Wyden shortage on K Street.
Netanyahu said Palestinians haven't done their part for peace.
A-list celebrities are not rushing to help promote enrollment in health system