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Most of the front row was made up of women, including Texas Democrat Gina Ortiz Jones, whose race hasn't been called yet against Rep. Will... [Read More]
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THE SOURCE FOR NEWS ON CAPITOL HILL SINCE 1955... [Read More]
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Asked about Crystal City's rebranding as National Landmark, which had some locals scratching their heads, the mayor laughed but didn't answer. [Read More]
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Former FiscalNote Chief of Staff Wendy Martinez's fiancé Daniel Hincapie wants to empower Washingtonians to keep running. [Read More]
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Retiring Rep. Sander M. Levin drove away from the Courtyard Marriott in Southeast Washington, leaving his son on the curb in front of the hotel. [Read More]
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We're all over Capitol Hill and its surrounding haunts looking for good stories. Some of the best are ones we come across while reporting the... [Read More]
As the Senate Judiciary Committee weighs its next move on Brett Kavanaugh, only four women will have a voice. All of them are Democrats. [Read More]
While none of the Senate's 20 committees are entirely male, eight lack female Republicans. The consequences of that underrepresentation can be lasting. [Read More]
A Supreme Court nomination is running aground and a president is hurling shutdown threats at his own party. Let's get back to the basics, shall... [Read More]
D.C. Mayor Muriel E. Bowser and Police Chief Peter Newsham called a news conference on Thursday morning at the site of Martinez's killing. [Read More]
Say "exchange program," and most people think of traveling teens. That was true for Rep. Don Bacon, whose family hosted a student when he was... [Read More]
Republican Rep. Ken Buck was just 27 years old when he staffed the Iran-Contra investigation. Now he could "never be a tyrant." [Read More]
Millennial chiefs of staff on the Hill are used to being the youngest people in the room, but busting stereotypes is also part of their... [Read More]
They have the task of broadcasting two very different messages. But these mid-20s Mississippi communications directors keep finding common ground. [Read More]
Lawmakers like these oversized and sometimes garish visual aids because they help them get their point across. [Read More]
With so many women wanting a mentor at the end of 2017, the Women's Congressional Staff Association had to get creative. [Read More]
Wyoming Sen. Alan K. Simpson called staffers a "critical burden" upon lawmakers in a 1988 floor speech. [Read More]
The first committees to receive staff were House Ways and Means and Senate Finance in 1856, when both hired full-time clerks. [Read More]
We're all over Capitol Hill and its surrounding haunts looking for good stories. Some of the best are ones we come across while reporting the... [Read More]
This isn't Rep. Walter Jones' first test against a hurricane. The longtime North Carolina Republican's vault of storm memories dates back some 66 years. [Read More]
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