United States House of Representatives
Democrats cried foul over a provision directing the Library of Congress to use "illegal alien."
The Florida Republican was elected as part of the Tea Party wave in 2010.
Lawmakers were joined by members of the Charleston, S.C. community on Wednesday.
House Democrats have been licking their wounds following a disastrous 2014 election cycle.
The Speaker said he would welcome a deal to lift sequestration caps.
Tea Party members say attack ads from American Action Network are akin to "cannibalism."
Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) is back in a familiar spot: between a rock and a hard place.
Boehner is seeking to stamp out a rebellion from Tea Party insurgents.
The $1.1 trillion bill looks like it will have the votes to pass the House on Thursday.
He must fight Obama's executive action yet avoid a government shutdown.
Republican leaders picked new chairmen for Armed Services and Intelligence.
The NRCC fundraising campaign blames Pelosi for the dust-up with Rep. Tom Marino.
So far, the reviews on Ryan have been good, most notably among conservatives.
John Cornyn and John Thune noted that the move hasn't been ruled out.
The extension raises the authorization cap for the facility to $900 million.
With so many Republicans eyeing a run, there is no shortage of opportunities.
Democrats lined up in opposition and GOP supporters predicted success despite the commotion.
Many House Dems are at odds with the White House over its trade agenda.
They are both seeking to win over the GOP's 12 Senate freshmen.
It's unclear how much weight the threat of withholding DHS funding would carry.
Democrats are now questioning whether the law was worth political fallout.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid under fire from Democrats over how he runs weekly meetings.
Pelosi made the decision a day after Republicans won their largest majority in decades.
A popular piece of legislation that seeks to honor Pope Francis is stuck in Congress.