An impossibly close race in a district that Trump won is the cleanest test yet of whether Democrats can reclaim the House majority this fall.
The progressive Millennial Abby Finkenauer wants to make the first district blue again.
This election cycle, claims of sexual harassment or misconduct have ended the bids of 12 Republicans and 13 Democrats. But many others facing accusations remain in office.
The retiring Arizona senator criticizes President Trump like no other Republican. On Thursday, he accused the commander in chief of “giving aid and comfort to an enemy of democracy.”
Representative Justin Amash is the sole member of Congress who's come out against the Supreme Court nominee, citing his record on privacy. Can he get Senator Rand Paul to join him?
Modern Supreme Court nominees never discuss how they feel about specific cases. Chuck Schumer believes that should change when President Trump’s pick faces the Senate.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, a 28-year-old democratic socialist, unseated a potential speaker of the House, Joe Crowley, in New York's primary on Tuesday.
They scream “Mami” and “Papá” over and over again, as if those are the only words they know.
Some candidates winning their primaries are frustrated that they still haven’t heard from party leadership.
The party’s fears of being shut out of races that could determine the House majority did not come to pass on Tuesday night.
Democratic Representative Keith Ellison of Minnesota announced Tuesday he would run for state attorney general rather than reelection to the House. Here's a running list of all the lawmakers calling it quits this year.
As the Republican Party tilts toward populism, its donor base is drying up.
The bid by a group of GOP moderates to bypass Speaker Paul Ryan on DACA is just five signatures away from success.
The party is pinning its hopes of retaking the chamber on Pennsylvania, where seven women won their primaries on Tuesday.
The GOP's glee over Don Blankenship's defeat in West Virginia obscures warning signs for House incumbents, who lost three out of four races for Senate and a reelection primary on Tuesday.
There’s a wave of lawmakers fleeing Capitol Hill this year, but if recent history is a guide, many of them will put down roots in the D.C. swamp.
Proposals in the Senate envision a considerably more aggressive role for government in the delivery of health care.
Congress will have to study the effect of this long-standing practice, while renewed attention to the issue is bringing it out of the shadows.
Debbie Lesko narrowly escaped a loss to Hiral Tipirneni in Tuesday’s special election, leaving Democrats elated about their prospects this fall.
The release of the documents seems unlikely to harm the current stage of the investigation, but if Congress keeps tipping the special counsel’s hand, that could change.