House of Representatives

Republicans

The GOP Is Flipping Out That Will Hurd and Other Moderates Are Suddenly Retiring

"This is devastating news for House Republicans,” said former Rep. Carlos Curbelo.
Cameron Joseph
8.2.19
The Squad

Even Trump's Racist Attacks Can't Seem To Unify Pelosi and “The Squad”

For some Democrats, a toothless resolution condemning the president will not suffice.
Daniel Newhauser
7.15.19
Corruption

Campaign Cash and 5 Affairs: Duncan Hunter’s Corruption Trial Just Took Another Wild Turn

Hunter is accused of using campaign funds to wine and dine his partners.
Alex Lubben
6.25.19
Democrats

Run for President and Lose Your House Seat? It Could Happen to These 2020 Candidates

Gabbard, Moulton, Ryan and Swalwell are balancing national aspirations with their own local job security.
Daniel Newhauser
6.18.19
congress

Tax felon who threatened to throw a guy off a balcony wants to be in Congress — again

“I’m 90 percent of the way there to run,” Grimm told Politico.
Rex Santus
3.28.19
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Is Teaching Democrats How to Be Good at Twitter

She's leading a session for her colleagues on "the most effective ways to engage constituents on Twitter and the importance of digital storytelling."
Harry Cheadle
1.16.19
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Is Now Going Viral for [Spins Wheel] a College Dance Video

The tiredest in a long line of tired attacks.
Peter Slattery
1.3.19
politics

The Significance of Rashida Tlaib Wearing a Palestinian Thobe

Rashida Tlaib's decision to wear a traditional Palestinian thobe to be sworn into Congress honors both her roots and her politics—and symbolizes a turning point for Palestinian representation in American politics.
Leila Ettachfini
1.3.19
Democrats

5 big fights Democrats plan to pick with Trump in January

Voting rights, healthcare, the environment, gun control, and strenuous oversight of the Trump administration.
Matt Laslo
12.28.18
HUMAN RIGHTS

Congressman Appears to Forget that Food Actually Is a Basic Human Right

The UN sort of settled this question back in 1948, guys.
Danielle Wayda
11.30.18
Incoming Congress

Incoming Congresswomen Are Forming a 'Moms in the House' Caucus

Florida Representative Debbie Wasserman Schultz told Politico she plans to create an informal "Moms in the House" caucus to change some accepted protocol in Congress and make it more amenable to parents.
Marie Solis
11.26.18
midterms

Sorry, the midterms aren't over yet. These 6 seats are still in play.

Five House seats and one Senate seat are still not called nearly two weeks after the 2018 midterm vote.
Rex Santus
11.19.18
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