More than 50 House members, representing more than 10 percent of Congress, have said they'll skip this week's festivities
115th Congress is off to a chaotic start, with Republicans already focused on gutting Obamacare
Here's everything House Republicans didn't want you to see from the Democrats' more than 24-hour protest
Dozens of lawmakers began occupying the House Wednesday morning, led by civil rights leader Rep. John Lewis
Senators reflect on both how much things have changed for women in politics, and how much they haven't
Bernie Sanders-loving Democracy Spring protesters are trying to put sex appeal into good government
Two activists say pro-choice leaders are missing their chance to redefine the conversation on abortion
Israeli Prime Minister's visit inspires bitchy barbs and insults, and nobody came out of this week looking good
The ‘Idol’ star is running for Congress. Can he pull off a huge upset?
Some of America's top corporations are parking profits overseas and ducking hundreds of billions in taxes. And how's Congress responding? It's rewarding them for ripping us off
Members of Congress express frustration at lack of answers from top administration lawyers
Congressman Trey Radel isn't the first politician to make headlines from white lines
ENDA passed the Senate, but can it get past John Boehner in the House?
As the government reopens, we look at the damage for John Boehner, Ted Cruz and more
Right-wing politicians think it's no big deal if the federal government fails to pay its debts. What planet are they living on?