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House Of Representatives

  1. politics
    New York’s New Congressional Map Might Disappoint EveryoneThe new map made small changes to a few upstate districts but is far from the big Democratic win some had hoped for.
  2. politics
    Marjorie Taylor Greene Wants to Censure Omar Over Words She Didn’t SayIlhan Omar is being accused of making “treasonous” remarks during a recent speech. But reports claim that her speech was mistranslated.
  3. politics
    Jamaal Bowman Formally Reprimanded for Pulling That Fire AlarmThe House voted 214-191 to censure Bowman, making him the third Democratic member to suffer such punishment this year.
  4. politics
    Santos on Expulsion: I’m Not Quitting; You’ll Have to Fire MeIn a press conference, the fabulist representative called the congressional push to oust him “bullying.”
  5. politics
    Santos Drops Re-Election Bid Immediately After Brutal Ethics ReportInvestigators found that the fabulist Congressman broke the law and “warrants public condemnation.” Expulsion may be around the corner.
  6. politics
    Kevin McCarthy and Tim Burchett Are Fighting Like Fourth-GradersAfter McCarthy allegedly shoved his Republican adversary, things got even dumber.
  7. politics
    New Details Revealed About Jamaal Bowman and the Fire AlarmThe Democratic congressman pleaded guilty Thursday morning to a false-fire-alarm charge and will pay a $1,000 fine.
  8. early and often
    Jamaal Bowman Is Getting Into ItThe New York congressman says his spontaneous sparring with GOP colleagues is just him finally being himself in Washington.
  9. early and often
    House Republicans Move to Avoid Santos Expulsion VoteThe House voted to have the Ethics Committee consider a measure to expel George Santos — so he won’t be getting kicked out anytime soon.
  10. politics
    Nancy Pelosi Is Narrowly Reelected House SpeakerWith 216 votes to her Republican opponent’s 209, the Democrat secured another term as leader of the House.
  11. vision 2020
    What Will Happen If There’s a Tie in the Electoral College?The House with each delegation casting one vote would elect the President, with Republicans likely to hold the advantage.
  12. racism
    Steve King’s Political Prospects May Be Fading, but His Party’s Racism Is NotKing is one of his party’s most flagrant bigots — but not by much.
  13. racism
    Steve King, Diamond, and Silk Deflect Racism Charges by Unveiling Racist BillThe white supremacist congressman and the black conservative YouTube personalities have a history.
  14. border wall
    House Fails to Override Trump’s Veto (So the Border Is an ‘Emergency’ Again)Congress already voted to block Trump’s emergency declaration. But the House lacked the two-thirds majority necessary to nullify his veto.
  15. ilhan omar
    Steve Scalise Delivers the GOP’s Most Cynical Ilhan Omar Rebuke YetScalise admitted to attending a white supremacist event in 2002. Now he is lecturing Americans about national security and anti-Semitism.
  16. House Republicans Still Stuck on Doomed Immigration BillsThey are making one final, and probably futile, effort to pass a “compromise” measure. But it’d die in the Senate anyway.
  17. Former Staffer Says Arizona Congressman Offered $5 Million to Carry His ChildRepresentative Trent Franks has resigned, effective immediately.
  18. sexual harrassment
    Conyers Steps Down As Ranking Democrat on House Judiciary CommitteeHe is continuing to deny the allegations of sexual harassment that have been made against him.
  19. Tracking the Most Competitive House Races in the 2018 MidtermsA dynamic, monthly breakdown of the most competitive districts
  20. Steve Scalise Returns to Congress 15 Weeks After Congressional Baseball Shooting“I’m definitely a living example that miracles really do happen,” Scalise said.
  21. Body-Slamming Congressman to Build Kids’ Wheelchairs for Community ServiceThe recently elected Greg Gianforte was sentenced to 40 hours for assaulting a reporter.
  22. House Approves $1.6 Billion for Border-Wall ConstructionBut the funding probably won’t make it through the Senate.
  23. aca
    GOP Congressman Overwhelmed by ACA-Supporting ConstituentsA Colorado Republican snuck out of his own event to dodge a group of constituents who came to challenge the repeal of Obamacare.
  24. It May Be Now or Never for a Democratic HouseWith Donald Trump at the top of the ballot, a historic Democratic wave could take the chamber.
  25. If Trump Is Nominee, Can Dems Take the House?Until recently, the scenario was pretty much unimaginable.
  26. press pause
    House Passes Bill to Block RefugeesSince it still seems unlikely the bill will become law, it probably won’t do much else than that. 
  27. oh washington
    The U.S. Capitol Has a Waste ‘Containment Issue’Metaphor alert.
  28. government shutdown
    House Votes to Pay Furloughed Workers EventuallyWhenever this shutdown is over.
  29. que syria syria
    The House Is Very Skeptical on Syria So FarThe vote is not looking good for Obama.
  30. hurricane sandy
    The House Finally Passed the Sandy Aid BillThe $50.7 emergency bill is expected to pass the Senate.
  31. hurricane sandy
    House Republicans Get Around to Passing a Bit of Hurricane Sandy Aid They approved $9.7 billion in flood insurance for now.
  32. politics
    John Boehner Overcomes Protest Votes to Stay Speaker of the HouseAlso receiving votes: Allen West and Colin Powell.
  33. disasters
    Public Shaming of John Boehner Helping Sandy Aid Vote HappenOne will occur tomorrow and another later this month.
  34. 2012
    New York Is Now a Battleground State — in Fight for the House, at LeastProbably as close as we’ll come to seeing how the swing voters live.
  35. politics
    House Votes to Hold Eric Holder in ContemptSeventeen Democrats voted in favor, while others walked out.
  36. frankly speaking
    Boehner: ‘One in Three Chance We Lose Majority’Frankly, he’s just being frank.
  37. politics
    House Adjourns With Payroll Tax Cut Unresolved“The clock is ticking, time is running out.”
  38. politics
    Republicans Sticking Their Necks Out on Tax CutThey’re making life very difficult for their colleagues — even fellow Republicans.
  39. house of cards
    Democrats Give Darrell Issa the Credit of Trying to Take Him DownIs this even necessary?
  40. early and often
    GOP Plans to Use Derided ‘Demon Pass’ to Push Diminishing GoalsHarsh realities were faced, the status quo was embraced.
  41. tea time
    Michele Bachmann Drops Bid for Actual PowerShe realizes that her fellow Republicans in Congress had almost zero desire to vote her into the House leadership.
  42. subpoena envy
    New House Oversight Chairman Wants ‘Seven Hearings a Week Times 40 Weeks’White House staff, meet Republican congressman Darrell Issa. He likes subpoenas.
  43. election hangover
    Nancy Pelosi Is Running for House Minority LeaderUndaunted, this one.
  44. health carnage
    Health-Care Reform: What Changes Now, and What Will Change LaterSo what’s in this bill, anyway?
  45. health carnage
    Health Care Squeaks by in the HousePlan passes by just a few votes.
  46. health carnage
    House Expected to Vote on Health Care TonightPelosi says tonight’s the night.
  47. jets are a congress’s best friend
    Congress to Buy Itself Some New JetsThis is the same Congress that’s always excoriating executives of companies bailed out by taxpayer dollars for using private jets.
  48. it just happened
    House.gov Has CrashedNot that we expected any reasonable explanations anytime soon, but it would be nice to be able to check.
  49. early and often
    So, What’ll Happen in New York’s Congressional Races Tomorrow?The signs point to a Democratic House of Representatives after tomorrow’s votes are counted, according to nearly all the people who handicap such things. How will the great state of New York play into the impending blue wave? Over at Early & Often, Jon Dolan takes a look at the six Empire State congressional races that could still go either way, and he predicts E&O’s “totally guaranteed results.” Will he be right? Will the Dems take the House? We’ll know soon enough. The Future of New York’s Congressional Delegation [Early and Often]