On Jan. 30, 1965, Winston Churchill's coffin was paraded through the streets of London and down the River Thames before a service at St. Paul's Cathedral.
People who have a concealed-weapon permit from the city should steer clear of the Capitol.
His departure avoids a messy Republican primary fight, and opens opportunities for a new generation of leadership.
The White House has been quiet on surveillance reform since the USA Freedom Act crumbled in the Senate last November.
This might be the most diverse House in history, but most progress is limited to minority-majority districts.
From Ronald Reagan to Arnold Schwarzenegger, these famous politicians caught their first big break in entertainment.
It didn't happen in Washington.
The program would focus primarily on cancer research.
How he could win. (In theory.)