U.S. House of Representatives

Unlike Rep. Lauren Boebert, Omar faced intense party pressure for her controversial comments.
The Colorado Republican was caught on video twice suggesting Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.) is a terrorist.
The 10-term congressman will be the CEO of the new Trump Media & Technology Group.
The Democratic congresswoman denounced Republicans who refuse to condemn Rep. Lauren Boebert's repeated anti-Muslim attacks against her.
“It’s embarrassing that there is any hesitation on this,” the congresswoman said, demanding that House leaders strip the Republican of committee assignments.
Some conservatives are threatening a government shutdown over the Biden administration's pending COVID-19 vaccination and testing rules.
Trump considered installing Clark as his attorney general in the desperate waning days of his presidency.
House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) spoke for more than eight hours on topics ranging from economy and Hitler to Abraham Lincoln and Elon Musk — all to delay the House vote on the Build Back Better spending bill.
"I must admit Kevin McCarthy has accomplished one thing. America is no longer woke," Rep. Jamie Raskin tweeted.
He talked about spending, border security, China, Hitler, Thanksgiving and what America would have been like if Abraham Lincoln had not been assassinated.
The representative reposted and then deleted the violent video, hours after the House publicly reprimanded him for it and stripped his committee assignments.
The New York lawmaker spoke out ahead of the House vote on whether to censure GOP Rep. Paul Gosar for his violent video.
Sen. Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.) is thrilled about the $6 billion heading to his state.
Democrats are racing to finish their legislation even as the fate of major provisions remains uncertain.
The Illinois Republican used his announcement to denounce "leaders that don't lead."
The election year “just took people’s time away from and distracted them away from the pandemic in my personal opinion,” Birx told a House subcommittee.
Nonpartisan commissions were supposed to take the politics out of redrawing legislative boundaries. But the process isn't going as planned everywhere.
Firefighting can have lasting physical and mental consequences, and advocates argue it's time for the government to do more to help.
Various veteran lawmakers deciding to call it quits may not bode well for Democrats as they seek to retain control of the House in 2022.
Congress could make debt ceiling standoffs a thing of the past.