In a recent interview, outgoing Missouri Senator Claire McCaskill said she doesn't understand the hype surrounding Congresswoman-elect Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.
A historic 11 women, including eight Democrats and three Republicans, have now been nominated for governor's mansions.
Leaders in the Missouri House of Representatives have called on the legislator to resign.
It's looking like the beginning of a tough road for survivors of sexual assault on college campuses.
As Hillary Clinton becomes the first female Democrat to accept the US presidential nomination, some of the most well-known women in Washington tell us what it was like to rise through the political ranks.
Three years ago, the military testified to Congress that its commanders were more inclined to pursue sexual assault cases than civilian prosecutors — but it now appears that its data was misleading.
US Senate Holds Backpage.com in Contempt for Refusing to Cooperate in Child Sex Trafficking Investigation
Senator Claire McCaskill says she's "damn mad" after the site refused to comply with a subpoena, but the company believes the courts — not Congress — should decide the case.
The US Department of Defense's Task Force for Business and Stability Operations has been an unending source of scandal after audits found that it spent $43 million on a gas station and $150 million on private villas and associated security.
There is no precedent for taking away the highest civilian honor after its been bestowed but an Arizona lawmaker is trying to change that.
A project in Afghanistan that became a Department of Defense money pit is drawing the ire of lawmakers on both sides of the aisle in Congress.