AP: Former Michigan Rep. John Dingell In Hospice CareDingell was first elected in 1955 to fill the House seat vacated by his late father. He was considered a master of legislative deal-making and a staunch advocate for the U.S. auto industry.
Duckworth: 'Today Is My Alive Day'In talking about her injury and the people who helped her, she said "making sure I don’t let them down is what drives me to do everything I can for our Veterans and troops."
Record Number Of Women Elected To The HouseA tally from the Congressional Research Service said the previous record of 85 representatives served in the 114th Congress, including two members who resigned and one who was elected to fill a vacancy.
Democrats Take Control Of U.S. House, Republicans Hold On To SenateWith the help of two upsets in Illinois, Democrats were able to take control of the U.S. House of Representatives on Tuesday, winning at least 222 seats overall, giving them the ability to block President Trump’s agenda, and launch investigations of his administration.
Democrat Sean Casten Defeats Republican Peter Roskam In 6th Congressional DistrictDemocratic challenger for 6th Congressional District Sean Casten has defeated Republican incumbent Peter Roskam.
Ex-Congressman Schock's Corruption Trial To Start In 2019He is accused of using campaign money and his congressional allotment for personal expenses and extravagant redecorating of his Capitol Hill office in the style of the TV series "Downton Abbey."
House Bans Eating Of Cats, DogsThe House passed a bill Wednesday by voice vote banning the slaughter, transportation, sale and possession of dogs and cats for consumption.
In Leaked Recording, Rep. Devin Nunes Suggests GOP Must Keep House To Protect Trump From MuellerThe remarks appear to be a blunt assessment from Nunes that Republicans must keep their House majority in the midterm elections to shield Trump from the special counsel investigation.
Michigan Lawmaker Tlaib Set To Be First Muslim Woman Elected To Congress"This is a huge victory for the Arab and Muslim American communities."
GOP Compromise Immigration Bill Fails In HouseThe measure aimed to create a new merit-based visa program, appropriate $25 billion for border security, and sought to end family separation at the border by allowing children to remain in DHS custody for longer than 20 days and mandating that their parents be held in DHS custody rather than DOJ custody if they are being prosecuted for border crossing.
House Rejects Conservative Immigration Bill As Vote On Compromise PostponedRepublicans' efforts to overhaul immigration may be in trouble.
House Chaplain's Firing Sparks Confusion, FrustrationMany Democrats are upset about Conroy's ouster and say politics may be behind it.
House Republicans Plan Pivotal Vote On Health Care PlanAfter President Donald Trump demanded a make-or-break vote on the Republican health care plan, lawmakers were expected to bring the legislation to the House floor Friday after a long night of closed-door meetings.
Republican Health Care Plan To Face First Major Test In House VoteThe Republican health care plan might not have the support necessary to pass in the House, which was scheduled to vote on the legislation Thursday night.
Schock Reimburses Taxpayers For Private Plane To Bears GameIllinois Rep. Aaron Schock has reimbursed the U.S. government for more than $1,200 to travel to a Chicago Bears football game last November.