Rep. Will Hurd explains what the US government needs to do to improve its cyber defenses.
On the day Cruz announced Carly Fiorina as his running mate, the former speaker of the House decided to take him down a peg during an appearance at Stanford University.
Sanders is going to need a massive change in Congress if he wants to get anything done, and so far he's picked three candidates who could help him out. But he'll need a lot more.
Mayor Muriel Bowser has declared that DC will vote for statehood this fall and that she won't wait for Congress to approve its budget for the first time in the city's history.
Senators Chris Murphy and Rand Paul said that in light of the civilian toll of the US-backed Saudi-led intervention in Yemen, the White House must ensure that American weapons are not being used in attacks on innocents.
After organizing a march from Philadelphia to DC, Democracy Spring protesters occupied the US Capitol steps on Monday, calling for an end to corporate and dark money in politics.
The senator used his weekly speech on federal waste to outline two bizarre federal studies, including one examining a word his young staff just taught him: "hangry".
The Senate asked the Pentagon how our battles against the Islamic State, the Taliban, and other bad apples are going in bid to prove/disprove Obama was right/wrong about everything.
Post office bills are usually uncontroversial affairs, but several Republicans bucked honoring the poet and civil rights activist over her supposed ties to communism.
Criminal justice reformers won't exactly be shocked that a new report found mandatory-minimum sentences for drug crimes to be "the primary driver" of prison overcrowding.
In hearing a challenge to Barack Obama's plan to shield as many as five million people from deportation, the Supreme Court will determine whether he overstepped his authority in enacting a sweeping immigration overhaul without congressional approval.