Republican leaders picked new chairmen for Armed Services and Intelligence.
Even the House Speaker's staunchest critics plan to back the GOP leader for another term.
Presidential hopefuls are swooping in to help before the midterm elections.
House Republicans are taking election fight to DCCC Chairman Steve Israel’s back yard.
House Republicans remained divided on Syria after a closed-door meeting.
The groups asked them to extend the life of the Office of Congressional Ethics.
Hensarling got a big nod on Thursday to succeed John Boehner.
The Senate voted 63-33 to move forward with $2.7 billion in emergency funding.
Reid’s remark could hamper Boehner’s efforts to win conservative support.
“There’s a growing concern that we need to do something,” said Rep. Charles Boustany.
Pelosi said Dems won't accept a bill rolling back legal protections for young migrants.
The Democratic whip said the debate over policy changes would have to wait.
The California Republican beat out Reps. Jeff Miller (R-Fla.) and Pete King (R-N.Y.).
Republicans are well aware they have little time to prove they can do better.
The Speaker will swing through the state on Sunday and Monday to boost surging GOP hopefuls.
A pair of Senate Republicans is proposing a major overhaul of he National Labor Relations Board.
Levin said Iraqi leaders must "make good on their promise to form an inclusive government."
The Speaker tells members he'll give them ways to paint a "stark contrast" with Democrats.
Rep. Alcee Hastings (D-Fla.) demanded Congress return to address the crisis in Iraq.
The move raises pressure on Boehner to rally his conference behind the bill.
A popular piece of legislation that seeks to honor Pope Francis is stuck in Congress.
Democrats argue that Republicans will waste taxpayer money on a legal action planned over ObamaCare.
"The last thing we want to do is to put armed troops on the border," Rep. Sanchez said.
Reid called for a vote on the Employment Non-Discrimination Act.