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U.s. House Of Representatives

  1. politics
    Republican Stands By 1/6 ‘Tourist Visit’ Comparison After Police Testify“If you didn’t know the TV footage was a video from January 6, you would actually think it was a normal tourist visit.”
  2. politics
    ‘This Is How I’m Going to Die’: January 6 Panel Hears Emotional Police TestimonyFour U.S. Capitol and D.C. police officers described the violence and slurs they endured in the Capitol riot during the committee’s first hearing.
  3. power
    What the Congressional Black Caucus Lost When It Won PowerThe CBC’s campaign to stop Nina Turner from entering Congress reveals a lot about its priorities.
  4. politics
    $1.9 Billion Capitol Security Bill Barely Passes in HouseOpposition from a handful of progressive representatives nearly sank a measure intended to boost Capitol security after the January 6 riot.
  5. politics
    Marjorie Taylor Greene Hassled AOC Inside the CapitolGreene followed Ocasio-Cortez out of the House chamber, accusing her of sympathizing with terrorists. A day later, AOC called her “deeply unwell.”
  6. politics
    New York Will Lose Seat in Congress Because 89 People Didn’t Fill Out the Census2020 census reapportionment data showed seven House seats changing hands, but a net gain of just three in states carried by Trump.
  7. qanon
    House Cancels Thursday Session After Warning of ‘Possible’ Militia AttackAfter Capitol Police told lawmakers of a potential attack on the complex by Trump supporters, the House wrapped up a Thursday vote on Wednesday night.
  8. politics
    The 2020 Election Cycle Has Finally EndedThe last outstanding House race has been called in Republican Claudia Tenney’s favor 97 days after the November election.
  9. covid-19
    Congressman Ron Wright Dies of COVID-19The 67-year-old Texas Republican, who was also battling lung cancer, is the first active member of Congress to die from the coronavirus.
  10. end-times
    What Madison Cawthorn Saw at the InsurrectionThe youngest member of Congress is invigorated by the mob he helped incite
  11. u.s. house of representatives
    Democratic House Majority May Drop to Two Seats in JanuaryAfter November’s poor showing and then Biden’s choice of two House Democrats for jobs in his administration, Nancy Pelosi has no margin for error.
  12. ilhan omar
    Why ‘Civility’ Protects Dan Crenshaw But Not Ilhan OmarAndy Barr wants Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez to be more “civil” when addressing Dan Crenshaw. But Crenshaw’s treatment of Ilhan Omar was anything but.
  13. white nationalism
    White Nationalism Is the Republican Party’s Meal TicketThis week on Capitol Hill, Republicans tried to distract Americans from their complicity in white nationalism. They ended up drawing attention to it.
  14. 2018 midterms
    Remember That Disputed N.C. Congressional Race? We May Learn Its Fate Next WeekA new state election board will hold a public hearing and could order new elections — as could the Democratic-controlled House itself.
  15. midterms
    Battle for the House: 100 Days Out, Democrats Are on the BrinkIt could still go either way, but Trump’s lack of popularity and a battleground where Republicans are on the defensive give Democrats an edge.
  16. Texas Congressman Accused of Sexual Harassment Won’t Seek ReelectionMore time to wear his ducky PJs.
  17. Congressman Known for Ducky PJs Settled Harassment Suit With Taxpayer FundsTexas congressman Blake Farenthold was accused of harassing a former staffer in 2014.
  18. This Congressman Cried After Missing His First Vote in 6 YearsGOP Representative Justin Amash of Michigan tweeted an apology to his constituents.
  19. Paul Ryan’s Hellish FutureWhether he loses his gavel or just his power to control his troops in the House, he will probably be tempted to pack it in.