Members of Congress Can't Use Tax Dollars for Harassment Settlements Anymore
Lawmakers in the House and Senate changed a decades-old rule that let members of Congress accused of sexual misconduct pay settlements with taxpayer dollars.
Congressman to resign after allegedly sexually harassing staff and calling them “fucktards”
Rep. Blake Farenthold, Republican of Texas, will not seek re-election in 2018 and instead retire at the end of his term, a local ABC News affiliate reported Thursday, following multiple allegations of abuse and sexual misconduct by former staffers.
Why Is Congress Wasting Its Time on Anti-Doping Issues in Sports?
On Tuesday, Congress's Oversight and Investigations subcommittee will hold a hearing regarding anti-doping in sports. But with little ability to make changes to the system, it's not exactly clear what they hope to accomplish.