Do you ever wish you could tell members of Congress to just "let it go"?
Tax Day (April 15) is the perfect day for Congress to hold a hearing into what's being described as "the largest and most pervasive" impersonation scam in the history of the IRS.
Russian President Vladimir Putin made a surprise move today to send defensive missiles to Iran, further complicating a nuclear deal that has already met skepticism inside the United States Congress.
Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid is Announcing He Will Retire.
The ATF is shelving a controversial proposal to ban a popular type of bullet, amid opposition from hundreds of congressional lawmakers.
Congress has passed legislation that will fund the Department of Homeland Security without touching President Obama's immigration actions.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel said Monday that he meant no disrespect to President Barack Obama by accepting an invitation to speak to Congress.
President Obama's request for expanded war powers to take on ISIS faces resistance on Capitol Hill.
President Obama is expected to formally ask Congress to use military force to go after ISIS.
Pope Francis will visit the U.S. Capitol on September 24 and deliver an address to a joint session of Congress, House Speaker John Boehner announced on Thursday.
Republicans dismiss President Obama's State of The Union claims of success on the economy and the war on terror.
In a GOP-controlled Congress, will compromise happen? 13th District Congressman Mac Thornberry responds.
Changes to the Affordable Care Act could be on the way. The House is taking up a bill defining how many hours make up a full time work week.
Despite all the issues on the agenda in Congress, it's the Keystone XL Oil Pipeline that's stealing the show. Tracie Potts reports.
NBC News projects that Republicans will retain their majority in the U.S. House of Representatives for the final two years of President Barack Obama’s administration.
The Senate gave final approval on Thursday to President Obama’s plan to train and arm Syrian rebels, endorsing a key plank of the president's strategy for taking on the Islamic State.
Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman Gen. Martin Dempsey tells Senators that new air campaign won't be "shock and awe" but instead "persistent and sustainable". Steve Handelsman reports.
Congress gets back to work today, and they have a lot to get done in a short period of time. Tracie Potts reports.
Lawmakers were supposed to be away on break, but they can't agree on immigration. Tracie Potts reports.
Republicans and Democrats work to compromise on a bill to ease the pressure on the southern border before they all go home for summer break. Brian Mooar reports.