You need a scorecard for the legislative shenanigans going on on Capitol Hill this week.
The Senate returns to work today as questions hover over the $3.5 trillion spending bill sought by most Democrats.
Federal News Network asked readers who were in federal agencies that day to share their experiences of 9/11, in honor of the 20th anniversary on Saturday.
Members of Congress include fewer veterans than in past decades, but the ones now in office have been vocal about the situation in Afghanistan.
In the vaccine debate madness engulfing the country, one might overlook that members of Congress are under no mandate to get vaccinated themselves.
A Senate measure would bolster safety for when feds returned to the office. This and more updates from WTOP Capitol Hill correspondent Mitchell Miller.
Federal Drive with Tom Temin got the latest congressional outlook from WTOP Capitol Hill correspondent Mitchell Miller.
The Senate is out of session for a couple of weeks. So nobody can filibuster, or not filibuster anyone else.
Incomes, employment, economic growth might be on the rise and a variety of vaccines are getting out into the market. But that didn't stop the House from passing a nearly $2 trillion stimulus bill.
Amelia Strauss, a policy adviser at Demand Progress, has studied the strengths and shortcomings of the Capitol Hill Police since way before the riots.
With Congress totally preoccupied with the aftermath of the Capitol riot, and fresh pandemic spending, is there what you might call a normal agenda? For some answers on what to expect near term WTOP Capitol Hill correspondent Mitchell Miller spoke to Federal Drive with Tom Temin.
The Capitol Building press gallery is stuffed with cubicles belonging to members of the media, including our own WTOP Capitol Hill correspondent Mitchell Miller, who joined Federal Drive with Tom Temin.
Mary Oehrlein, a preservation officer, shares history and ongoing efforts to protect the U.S. Capitol's legacy on Leaders and Legends in Government.
Despite tough talk from Congress and the White House, the federal employee benefits package has so-far remained untouched.