United States House Committee on Ethics
The California Republican faces up to five years in prison and a $250,000 fine after being charged with misappropriating campaign funds.
“You’re not seen as a person anymore," Hill said, describing the "dehumanization" she experienced before her resignation.
The Democrat is stepping down from office after reports of inappropriate relationships surfaced.
The freshman Democrat denied any relationship with her staffer, but admitted to having an "inappropriate" relationship with someone else before she was elected.
Citing a HuffPost report, Rep. Tim Ryan warned the committee that King is using "government resources" to "promote and advance white nationalism.”
Months after quitting Congress in disgrace, the Texas Republican insists his sexual harassment scandal was everyone's fault but his own.
The former representative from Texas says he's balking on the advice of his lawyer.
The U.S. ambassador to the United Nations responded after Larry Kudlow, the president’s chief economic adviser, said she “got ahead of the curve” when it came to announcing sanctions on Russia following the Syrian gas attack.
"We encourage him in the strongest possible terms to uphold that promise," say his former House colleagues.
A former aide to Rep. Patrick Meehan, who told a female subordinate she was his "soul mate," has now been targeted in a sexual harassment investigation.