At a time celebrating America has been deemed controversial, Texas Republican Rep. Chip Roy is setting the example for absent Republican politicians by visiting great American landmarks.
House Democrats blocked a resolution Tuesday condemning Chinese hackers for conducting espionage to steal American vaccine data.
Media outlets and the social media mob questioned the validity of the Republican congressman’s relationship with Galban.
House Republicans are demanding answers from several Democratic governors who ordered state nursing homes to house coronavirus patients.
If House members can protest in mass gatherings, they can fly to Washington and do the job that taxpayers are paying them to do—in person.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi dodged questions on whether she supports the proposal to defund local police Monday as calls swell to disband law enforcement.
An additional 140 House Republicans joined a lawsuit Friday seeking to end proxy voting used by the lower chamber this week for the first time in history.
Two House Democrats cited the ongoing public health pandemic for their absence in Washington while attending the space launch in Florida.
While Thursday’s new jobs numbers show an 8-week decline in new first-time filings, new jobless claims still shatter previous records.
Republicans filed a lawsuit Tuesday against House Speaker Nancy Pelosi in an effort to block sweeping rule changes that would upend more than 200 years of precedent.
Instead of putting their money where their mouth is, House Democrats slapped together a leftist wish list dedicated to causes unrelated to the pandemic.
House Democrats are expected to pass new rules Friday that would upend more than 200 years of history with grand powers invested in Nancy Pelosi.
A new survey unveiled Wednesday reveals more than two-thirds of Americans blame China for the global pandemic over the novel coronavirus.
House Democrats unveiled their latest bill for round four of coronavirus relief that includes a six months extension of boosted unemployment benefits
A pair of bipartisan lawmakers on Capitol Hill are preparing to introduce legislation to make it easier for small businesses to receive federal relief.
Pressure is growing among congressional Democrats within their own ranks to pass critical funding to save small businesses after program funds depleted.
The DCCC’s communications director repeated the debunked claim that President Donald Trump characterized the coronavirus as a “hoax.”
A closer examination of federal supplies in anticipation of the virus rather than a fixation on the latest impeachment could have saved thousands of lives.
Section 2302 of the CARES Act is very costly and administratively burdensome, and it doesn’t achieve the objective of stabilizing our businesses so they can keep the workforce employed.
Who would have expected that a month after the impeachment circus, we’d be staring into the face of another quid pro quo? This time from progressive icon Nancy Pelosi.
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