The Office Supply Store in the House of Reps. Will Now Stock Tampons
With a record number of women in the 116th Congress, the House Administration Committee has started stocking menstrual products, which members of Congress can purchase with their federal allowances.
Congressman Appears to Forget that Food Actually Is a Basic Human Right
The UN sort of settled this question back in 1948, guys.
10 Months After Weinstein, #MeToo Legislation Is Still Stalled in Congress
The House and Senate are pitted against each other in disagreements over legislation aimed at curbing sexual misconduct on Capitol Hill.
women in politics
A woman will finally represent Mississippi in Congress for the first time ever
Republican Gov. Phil Bryant will reportedly appoint state Agriculture Commissioner Cindy Hyde-Smith to the Senate on Wednesday.
Bug Your Congressperson About Vital Issues With This Simple Widget
A Brooklyn arts organization set up a tool to call your representatives on repeat so you don't have to.
Here are Significant Standout Bipartisan Efforts of the Last Decade
Republicans and Democrats hate each other, but here are some instances of political decorum from the past decade that actually worked out in the end.
Here's How Trump's FCC Is Threatening Your Free Speech
Open internet safeguards are essential in the age of Trump, lawmakers say.
Congress just voted to let mentally ill people own guns
Republicans maintain control of both houses of Congress
VICE News Tonight on HBO
John Boehner talks to Shane Smith about Bernie, Hillary and Trump
The Hacks We Can't See
Why The US Government Needs a Cyber National Guard
Rep. Will Hurd explains what the US government needs to do to improve its cyber defenses.
2016 US election
John Boehner Calls Ted Cruz 'Lucifer in the Flesh,' a 'Miserable Son of a Bitch'
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.