House Ethics Committee

The GOP congressman spent lots of taxpayer money to settle a harassment lawsuit. He said he’d pay us back. He hasn’t.
A lawmaker tasked with addressing sexual harassment in Congress secretly settled his own harassment claim.
The Texas congressman is accused of settling with the woman he fired using a taxpayer-funding account.
“I believe these women, I see the pattern and there is only one conclusion," Rep. Pramila Jayapal said.
On Sunday, the House Democratic leader wouldn't say if the congressman should resign.
The probe may not even deliver the formal, public investigation activists are likely hoping for.
On January 2, 2017, one of the first items of business that was addressed by the House Republican Conference Committee, was
From this we learn that both Trump and the Republicans plan to disband the panel, just not now. Ethics abandonment can wait
House lawmakers and their staffers used to make about 150 stops there a year on their privately sponsored jaunts around the world. Then came a massive ethics investigation, and they all stopped taking those free trips to Turkey -- cold.
It's the only independent agency keeping an eye on the U.S. House.
The mere idea that members of Congress should be required to take annual ethics training speaks volumes about how far we have strayed from our founders' values, but may be necessary as a first step toward restoring decency and respectability in our nation's capital.
Some of the alleged lies that Winer says McMorris Rodgers' staff spread about him include him floating her as a potential
The Huffington Post asked National Journal reporter Shane Goldmacher via Twitter why the change would matter when these disclosures
Read the complaint here and here. An NRCC spokeswoman did not immediately answer a request for comment. CREW Executive Director