U.S. House of Representatives

The old boys club picks its winner faster than you can say “she’s running.”
McConnell may hate being called "Moscow Mitch," but he's not so particular about his other monikers.
The Wisconsin congressman, stepping down after four decades, is the latest of more than a dozen Republicans slated to leave Congress in 2020.
He's the fifth Texas Republican in Congress to call it quits ahead of 2020.
The committee issued the bipartisan subpoena Wednesday calling for Watkins to testify Sept. 5 on what he's doing to combat the forum's rampant extremism.
Speaker Nancy Pelosi finds herself at odds with most of her caucus on initiating impeachment proceedings.
Conaway is the fifth congressional Republican in just two weeks to announce a decision to not seek reelection in 2020.
Rep. Martha Roby is the second Republican woman to announce she'll retire at the end of this Congress.
Holyoke, Massachusetts, Mayor Alex Morse is taking on Rep. Richard Neal (D-Mass.), chairman of the powerful House Ways and Means Committee.
The former state representative famously filibustered for 11 hours straight in an attempt to block an anti-abortion bill.
Trump has already said he plans to veto the measures, but they represent yet another standoff with lawmakers in Congress.
There won't be a citizenship question on the 2020 census, but House Democrats are still seeking documents from the attorney general and commerce secretary.
It's been more than a decade since Congress passed an increase to the federal wage floor.
"To condemn a racist president is not enough, we must impeach him," the Texas Democrat said.
Mayhem erupted in the House Of Representatives before lawmakers voted mostly along party lines to condemn President Donald Trump for his racist comments about four congresswomen of color.
She pointedly noted she was born in the U.S. after a xenophobic Trump rant targeted her and Reps. Rashida Tlaib, Ayanna Pressley and Ilhan Omar.
Hits keep on coming in battle between House Speaker and gutsy squad of freshmen congresswomen.
House Democrats have lost their moral compass.
The House speaker didn't have much of a choice after Senate Democrats overwhelmingly supported the Senate legislation.
The House passed a $4.5 billion emergency funding bill for humanitarian assistance for migrant children and their families at the U.S. southern border.