By Rebecca Berg | 06/27/14 09:26 PM
Earlier this month, Republican Lee Zeldin, who is running for Congress this year, welcomed Eric Cantor to Quiogue, N.Y., to headline a fundraiser on Zeldin's behalf.
By Lisa Ruhl | 06/26/14 12:18 PM
The problems for the embattled Veterans Affairs Department seem never-ending lately. Today's House Committee on Science, Space and Technology hearing shined light on even more problems.
06/25/14 12:52 PM
House lawmakers say some fraudulent Medicare providers are slipping through the cracks.
06/24/14 06:13 PM
House lawmakers want to know how the IRS lost two years worth of emails from a top official, but experts say it's indicative of a deeper problem.
By Washington Examiner | 06/24/14 05:08 PM
When a government scandal explodes, the proliferating revelations can quickly become overwhelming, causing the public to disengage. In the case of the rapidly widening controversy at the Department of Veterans' Affairs, Americans must not let this happen.
06/23/14 04:05 PM
Lost emails from a former IRS official will again take center stage on Capitol Hill this week.
By David M. Drucker | 06/20/14 08:41 AM
The new House majority whip won not only because he was a conservative, but also because he reached out to other elements of the Republican Party.
By David M. Drucker | 06/19/14 04:34 PM
Where Eric Cantor pushed, expect Kevin McCarthy to steer. Where the outgoing House majority leader has used his post to lead the Republican Party, expect his successor to lead his conference.
By Susan Ferrechio | 06/19/14 04:17 PM
Rep. Steve Scalise will be the new Majority Whip, elected by House GOP lawmakers as the only red-state member of the leadership team. Scalise, of Louisiana, will replace Rep. Kevin McCarthy as the chief vote counter and the person most responsible for lining up GOP support for key votes....
By Susan Ferrechio | 06/19/14 03:15 PM
House Republicans Tuesday voted to install their chief vote counter as the new majority leader, rejecting a more conservative but slightly less experienced opponent.
By Richard Pollock | 06/19/14 09:03 AM
A House subcommittee is investigating whether a high-ranking official at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau interfered with a congressional investigation of workplace discrimination allegations at her agency.
By David M. Drucker | 06/18/14 06:53 PM
Rep. Steve Scalise entered the home stretch of the three-way race for House majority whip in the lead, as his main competitor, Rep. Peter Roskam, shifted to a second-ballot strategy. Less than 24 hours before Thursday's scheduled 2 p.m. vote, Scalise, the Republican Study Committee chairman,...
By David M. Drucker | 06/18/14 06:07 PM
Ensconced in a makeshift war room on Capitol Hill, Rep. Marlin Stutzman is burning up the phones with calls to fellow House Republicans, hoping for an upset in his dark horse bid to become the next majority whip. The Indiana Republican is the underdog in a three-way race with House Majority...
By Susan Ferrechio | 06/18/14 01:40 PM
They may be in the majority, but many House Republicans feel irrelevant. That’s the problem both candidates for House majority leader promised to fix when they delivered their pitches to the rank and file at a closed door meeting. “I want every member to feel relevant again,” Rep. Raul...
By David M. Drucker | 06/18/14 10:42 AM
In a pitch that looks like a twist on the rallying cry "Remember the Alamo," someone on Capitol Hill Tuesday implored the class of 2010 to prevent their influence from waning.
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