President Obama pledged support for France.
The White Houses rejects a proposal on work hours.
House Republicans rolled out their "New American Congress" agenda in their first news conference of the year, but questions surrounding Representative Steve Scalise, the third-ranking leader in the chamber, continued to dominate the discussion.
For Gov. Chris Christie, it's the hug that won't go away, now being poked fun of by his self-described friend Gov. Scott Walker on Twitter.
The House Republicans are are calling themselves "America's New Congress."
President Obama issues a statement condemning the attack on the offices of Charlie Hebdo, a satirical newspaper in Paris, that killed 12 people.
The 114th Congress convened on Tuesday, and it was not a particularly auspicious debut.
Senator Joni Ernst of Iowa came to national prominence last year with a bold commercial promoting her pig castrating credentials and promising to make Washington's big spenders squeal.
It was the question echoing through the Capitol halls on Tuesday: Where’s the restroom?
There may be a political upside to Gov. Chris Christie’s devotion to the Cowboys: campaign cash.
A quip from the president.
Fending off a challenge from the right wing of his party, Speaker John A. Boehner was re-elected as the top Republican in the House.
Relations in the new Senate got off to a rough start Tuesday as Democrats at least temporarily blocked Republican plans to convene a hearing Wednesday on the Keystone XL pipeline, the new majority's first legislative priority.
President Obama will veto a bill authorizing construction of the Keystone XL oil pipeline, his spokesman said on Tuesday.
President Obama has invited the bipartisan leadership of Congress to a meeting next Tuesday to discuss his legislative agenda for 2015.
The new Senate was seated with the usual ceremony just after noon today as 13 new members were sworn in and Senator Mitch McConnell assumed the majority leader position.
Former President Bill Clinton walking to the funeral for former Gov. Mario M. Cuomo at St. Ignatius Loyola Church in New York on Tuesday.
The first bill to hit the Senate floor in the 114th Congress would authorize construction of the Keystone XL pipeline.
Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush published videos in English and Spanish announcing Right to Rise, his new political action committee, and it looks like he did it on the doorstep of some potential donors.
Representative Kevin McCarthy, the majority leader, says John A. Boehner will "be fine" in a potentially contentious vote for speaker.