U.S. House of Representatives

The Democratic House member from Michigan accused Republicans of "a cold, heartless, violent approach to women’s health" in a debate over a veterans bill.
The new Congressional Workers Union says Rep. Andy Levin's office voted unanimously in favor of unionizing.
No Air Force documents indicate that J.R. Majewski — a Trump-boosting Republican running in a swing district — actually deployed to Afghanistan.
A treaty from the Andrew Jackson era allows the tribe to send a representative to Congress, but questions on seating remain.
The volatile Freedom Caucus is itching to shut down the government and could throw McCarthy out of his leadership position.
After months of internal debate, Democrats agreed among themselves about funding the police and promoting best practices.
House members are only supposed to use proxy voting when they cannot be present due to COVID-19. But that's not stopping representatives from voting remotely on the campaign trail.
The party in power typically fares poorly in midterm elections, but Democratic voters appear to be motivated by the death of Roe and other factors.
Loomer’s efforts for political office were once again not successful.
After a long, winding journey, the Inflation Reduction Act now heads to President Joe Biden for his signature.