The jockeying for position is well underway in case the 82-year-old House speaker decides to retire. Among those praising her ahead of a possible run: another Pelosi.
An Aug. 23 special election to replace a Democrat, Antonio Delgado, could help answer one of the biggest questions of the midterms.
House Republicans on the Intelligence Committee expressed support for law enforcement. As for lawmakers saying otherwise? “Question them, not us.”
The bill will cut U.S. emissions, but not nearly enough. It’s “like losing 20 pounds when you need to lose 100 pounds” one expert said.
The passage of the bill, which appeared dead just weeks ago, would cap a Democratic effort to deliver on major components of President Biden’s agenda.
Mr. Paladino, who has a history of racist and outrageous remarks, is competing in a Republican House primary against the G.O.P. state chairman.
Mr. Perry compared the seizure of his phone to the F.B.I.’s search of former President Donald J. Trump’s Mar-a-Lago property.
The new corporate minimum tax is not law yet and is already rife with exceptions for the businesses that might have to pay it.
A Supreme Court shift, frowning on changes close to elections, gives House Republicans a big advantage in November.
The Senate bill avoided the political pitfalls of past legislative attempts by offering only incentives to cut climate pollution, not taxes.
What one Michigan primary tells us about Democrats’ strategy heading into the midterms.
Ms. Walorski, who was first elected to Congress in 2012, was traveling in her district with two aides, who were also killed when a passenger car and an SUV collided.
In Michigan, primary voters rejected the young conservative who voted to impeach Trump, while two other Republicans who did so fought for political survival in Washington.
From her first days in Congress, the future speaker was willing to confront China’s leaders. As she looked toward her legacy, the California Democrat was not about to back down this time.
The leaders of two House committees told the Department of Homeland Security’s inspector general that they had developed “grave new concerns over your lack of transparency and independence.”
Xi Jinping has long vowed to answer any challenge to China’s claim to Taiwan. But current economic and political forces may make him unlikely to court a crisis.
How to improve the House of Representatives.
Logging tends to increase, not decrease, extreme fires.
Coming on the heels of a spate of mass shootings, the vote gave Democrats another opportunity to draw a sharp distinction with Republicans before the midterm elections.
Experts are still assessing how China apparently leapfrogged ahead in its effort to manufacture a semiconductor that rivals those made in Taiwan, which supplies both China and the West.
There are long-term trends for both parties to be happy about.
A bill to protect marriage equality might now, improbably, become law.
She shattered glass ceilings, voted to impeach Nixon and helped chase out Nazis. But can Ms. Holtzman overcome one more political hurdle: her age?
The vote was mostly along party lines, with all but eight Republicans in opposition to a bill that aims to protect a right seen as newly at risk after the overturning of Roe v. Wade.
The larger-than-expected G.O.P. vote in the House in support of legislation to codify marriage equality caught both parties off guard, suggesting there could be a narrow path to enactment.
Mike Pence has quietly helped Republican candidates despite their loyalty to Donald J. Trump and support for his election lies, which placed Mr. Pence’s life at risk.
The legislation would recognize same-sex marriages at the federal level and repeal a defunct law that defined marriage as between a man and woman. It faces an uphill battle in the Senate.
Polls showed Mr. de Blasio, the former mayor of New York City who also prematurely ended a 2020 presidential bid, trailing in a crowded Democratic primary.
The House committee investigating the attack announced it would hold its next hearing on Thursday in prime time. It was not clear whether it would be the summer finale, as once expected.
Neither piece of legislation has the votes to advance in the Senate, but Democrats intend them to draw clear lines on the issue for the midterm elections.
To win, Rep. Liz Cheney will need moderate Wyoming voters.
Proposed as a transformative, multitrillion-dollar plan with cradle-to-grave programs, Democrats’ domestic policy bill has been whittled down to a shadow of its former self.
The way we designed our system of political representation incentivizes the worst and most extreme elements of our politics.
Under pressure to act, Democrats have scheduled votes on bills to preserve abortion access. But with Republicans and at least one Democrat opposed, they lack the support to succeed.
Despite policy disagreements, donors like Jeffrey Katzenberg are backing the Wyoming Republican because of her role on the House committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack.
The midterm campaigns for the House and the Senate are shaping up quite differently.
What was once a dialogue between the branches has become almost entirely one-sided, with the justices accumulating clout at lawmakers’ expense.
The former president’s political organization and allies have paid for or promised to cover legal fees for witnesses, as the House inquiry suggests he is trying to influence testimony.
That the House panel did not provide the Justice Department with transcripts of Cassidy Hutchinson’s interviews speaks to the panel’s reluctance to turn over evidence.
Her testimony delivered shocking and consequential revelations, but they have hardly been the only ones.
Cassidy Hutchinson told the House committee investigating the riot that President Donald J. Trump did not care about the potential for violence because his supporters were not there to attack him.
The former aide to Trump White House chief of staff Mark Meadows reminded Americans about the value of public service.
Cassidy Hutchinson, who has provided the committee with important testimony behind closed doors, is expected to testify publicly on Tuesday afternoon.
The primary contest between Republican Representatives Mary Miller and Rodney Davis has pitted a hard-right figure styling herself in Trump’s image against a traditional, pragmatic conservative.
The next hearing by the House committee investigating the attack on the Capitol is scheduled for Tuesday afternoon. Additional sessions are expected in July.
The panel, which had planned at least two additional hearings next month, had not been scheduled to meet this week.
The House gave final approval to the Senate-passed compromise, ending nearly three decades of congressional inaction.
The prosecution of the former president is not only permissible but required for the sake of American democracy.
One photographer’s account of the commotion surrounding the biggest investigation in Washington since Watergate.
Throughout her life, Representative Patsy Mink challenged the status quo. As a leading advocate of Title IX, she defended the bill against those who sought to weaken it.