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House

  1. contested election
    Futile Ploy to Overturn Election in Congress Divides GOPRepublicans in the Senate and House are publicly at odds over a pointless plan to block the certification of Biden’s win out of loyalty to Trump.
  2. covid-19 stimulus
    Congress Finalizes Stimulus Deal: UpdatesCongress will vote on the new COVID-19 relief package and omnibus on Monday.
  3. vision 2020
    Democrats Are on Pace for a Down-Ballot BlowoutThe party’s lead in the congressional generic ballot is higher now than it was in 2018.
  4. coronavirus
    Congress, White House Reach Deal On New Coronavirus Relief BillThe deal, to be followed by a broader bill, replenishes depleted loan fund for small busiensses and provides new aid for hospitals and testing.
  5. 2020 elections
    Coronavirus-Scarred 2020 Congressional Landscape Leaning DemocraticThe Senate landscape is looking slightly bluer, and COVID-19 has frozen House races in ways that will make a Republican takeover more difficult.
  6. coronavirus
    Pelosi Offers House Plan As Senate Fights Over Coronavirus Economic Relief BillHouse bill may work its way into Senate negotiations, or could serve as an alternative if Republicans prevail in the upper chamber.
  7. trump impeachment
    Trump Impeachment Hearing Schedule: What’s Next?The Trump impeachment proceedings have finally moved to the Senate. The trial is set to start next week, following today’s procedural moves.
  8. 2018 midterms
    The 2018 Midterms Were a Solid Democratic Win, Not a Split DecisionInitial analysis dismissing the “blue wave” failed to take into account the Senate landscape, and late ballots that trended heavily Democratic.
  9. 2018 midterms
    Republicans Paid the Price for Bending the Knee to TrumpTrump made the midterms all about himself. And you can see that in the results, where his weaknesses became his party’s.
  10. 2018 midterms
    All the Midterm Races That Remain UnresolvedThere are ten House races, two Senate races, and two gubernatorial races where there’s still doubt about who won.
  11. 2018 midterms
    How Trump Plans to Spin Losing the HouseTrump plans to take credit for “saving” the Senate, and ignore everything else.
  12. 2018 midterms
    Dems Still Have a Good Shot at Flipping House, But Senate Is an Uphill BattleFifteen days before the midterms, polls show the House going blue, but the GOP is likely to maintain Senate control, or even pick up a seat or two.
  13. 2018 midterms
    This New Poll of Battleground House Districts Is Great News for DemocratsTeam Blue’s prospects of taking the House are looking up — even as its chances of winning the Senate have gone into sharp decline.
  14. Paul Ryan Scrambles to Block Vote on DREAM ActGOP moderates are five signatures away from forcing a House vote on legal status for Dreamers. The Speaker is trying to stop them.
  15. Team Trump Fighting Immigration CompromiseEven as a bipartisan bill emerges that might get 60 Senate votes, the administration is opposing it stridently.
  16. House Budget Vote Necessary, But Not Enough, in the GOP’s Tax Cut PlansThe GOP dissenters in the House’s vote on a budget resolution setting up tax cuts indicate some potential problems ahead for the GOP.
  17. select all
    ‘Trump Draws’ Twitter Account Turns President Into Doodling ToddlerInstead of signing executive orders, President Trump sits in the Oval Office drawing horses and dogs.
  18. pass the bill
    House Postpones Monday’s Vote on ExtensionNow it’ll be on Tuesday.
  19. populism yeah yeah
    ‘Did You Hear the Thunder Today? It Was Our Founding Fathers Clapping From Heaven!’Meet Janine Turner, actress, constitutional advocate.
  20. congressapalooza
    Pelosi Will Give the Gavel Back, EventuallyHey, no rush.
  21. don’t ask don’t tell
    House May Take Up Stand-Alone ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’ Bill As Early As TodayDan Choi, we love you! We want you to live!
  22. don’t ask don’t tell
    ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’ Maneuvering Gets More FranticThere’s one day until the big vote!
  23. health carnage
    Four More ‘No’ Votes Switch to ‘Yes’House Democrats inch closer to 216 votes.
  24. election 2010
    GOP Drafting a New Contract With AmericaIt’s going to be even better than the last one.
  25. health carnage
    Heilemann on Health Care: A Christmas Miracle in the Senate, and a Hair-Raising New Year for the HouseAttempting a Sully-style landing while juggling chainsaws in the cockpit.
  26. the great stimulation
    Senate and House Have Reached a Deal on StimulusHouse and Senate leaders have reportedly agreed on a scaled-down plan, with a $789.5 billion price tag.