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As violence boiled over in Ukraine and President Viktor F. Yanukovych fled Kiev this week, lawmakers will weigh in on how President Obama's responding to the situation.
Representative Ralph M. Hall is receiving donations from the campaign funds of his House colleagues ahead of a March primary.
The East Coast was blanketed by snow last week and California's record-setting drought persists. The Sunday shows will discuss the extreme weather and 2016 presidential prospects.
The leading Democratic "super PAC" will hold a briefing for potential donors this month, its first such event since reorganizing in January as a vehicle to help elect Hillary Rodham Clinton as president.
Americans for Properity is taking sides against Representative Justin Amash.
Representative Doc Hastings, Republican of Washington, announced that he would retire at the end of the year, joining a growing number of veterans heading for the congressional exits.
Chelsea Clinton moderated a discussion on women and girls with her mother Hillary Rodham Clinton and Melinda Gates at New York University.
On a busy Tuesday in the nation's capital, a concerted group of campaigners were trying to grab national political attention with "The Day We Fight Back."
The Republican Governors Association announced on Wednesday that it had set a January record for fund-raising, seeking to refute suggestions that Gov. Chris Christie's troubles have scared away the group's donors.
The Capitol Police said "all tests are negative" for the material, found in the Dirksen building offices of Senator Ron Wyden of Oregon.
As the Winter Olympics kick off in Sochi, security concerns linger. The Congressional Budget Office released a report this week on workforce shrinkage due to the Affordable Care Act. Both topics will dominate the Sunday shows conversation.
The vice president said he was considering a third run for the White House.
Clay Aiken, the 2003 runner-up on “American Idol,” officially announced on Wednesday that he is running for Congress in North Carolina.
President Obama mentioned Misty DeMars's job search in the State of the Union address, although it has not led to any offers. Yet.
Republican lawmakers, in television appearances, remained vague on whether they would support a path to citizenship for undocumented immigrants.
Reactions to the State of the Union address and preparations for the Super Bowl will dominate the conversation on the Sunday morning shows.
Moon Landrieu discusses his family's life in politics.
Though the new farm bill passed, it did so without the help of the Kansas congressional delegation, which voted unanimously against it.
During Tuesday night’s State of the Union address, representatives and senators - or members of their staffs sent just under 1,500 tweets while President Obama was speaking.
President Obama delivers his State of the Union address Tuesday night and Times reporters and editors are providing analysis during the speech.