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How congressional committees choose witnesses, expert and otherwise, to share their knowledge and offer their opinions on Capitol Hill.
The Democrat is banking on a strong family brand and retail skills. But his state has changed since his last tough race, and he's having a hard time adjusting.
Office of Congressional Ethics supporters say it's hampered by its inability to force witnesses to cooperate.
The retiring congresswoman is cementing her legacy as a harbinger of the tea party, and betting that the waning movement will find lasting success.
A House hearing Thursday will examine whether the country is prepared to cope with the virus.
Undebatable: Grimes and McConnell in Kentucky, Warner in Virginia, and Cotton in Arkansas offer wince-worthy moments.
Half of parents and students have not had an in-depth talk about how to pay off student loans.
Some lawmakers want a flight ban from West African regions, while airport screenings have already begun.