10/30/13 10:07 PM
September's shooting at Washington DC's Navy Yard is still in the minds of many. Wednesday, the House committee on homeland security discussed security tactics at federal buildings to prevent a similar incident.
10/24/13 05:19 PM
Immigration reform is being thrust back into the spotlight, but lawmakers can't agree on how to pass it through the House of Representatives.
10/23/13 03:37 PM
Democratic leaders of Congress spoke out Wednesday, saying they're ready to pass immigration reform.
By Lisa Ruhl | 10/15/13 05:36 PM
Retired Army Capt. William Swenson received a Medal of Honor on Tuesday for his heroics in Afghanistan four years ago.
By Lisa Ruhl | 10/10/13 01:46 PM
The Senate banking committee came together Thursday to discuss the potential effects of not raising the debt ceiling by the Oct.17 deadline.
10/08/13 03:33 PM
The Supreme Court heard arguments Tuesday in McCutcheon v. Federal Election Commission, a case that could decide whether federal limits stay in place on how much money a person can donate to a political candidate or party.
By Lisa Ruhl | 10/05/13 08:52 AM
By Lisa Ruhl | 10/02/13 02:07 PM
Neither barricades nor bureaucrats can stop World War II veterans from visiting the memorial dedicated to them and their service.
10/01/13 06:07 PM
While Democrats and Republicans are blaming each other, the furloughed employees are the ones feeling a direct hit.
09/30/13 04:41 PM
Secretary of Education Arne Duncan on Monday slammed Congress for not being able to work together and the effect that has on education.
09/27/13 04:57 PM
Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand on Friday revealed her five-point plan to empower women in the workplace and improve the economy. The plan will be officially unveiled next week.
09/26/13 05:52 PM
Last week's Navy Yard shooting brought to light that even though gun reform failed to pass the Senate in April, it is still very much a hot topic for debate.
By Lisa Ruhl | 09/19/13 03:24 PM
With the flags still flying at half mast at the Capitol in light of Monday's Navy Yard shooting, supporters of background checks for gun purchases gathered to have their voices heard.
09/18/13 04:31 PM
Oct. 1 is an important day in the life of the Affordable Care Act. Pro- and anti-Obamacare groups have ramped up their tactics to get the word out about what to expect on that date, or what they can do beforehand.
By Lisa Ruhl | 09/13/13 03:51 PM
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