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In honor of Thanksgiving, Heard on the Hill looks back at the times this year when food was the only thing on lawmakers’ minds.
In this week’s edition of Office Space, Rep. Steve King, R-Iowa, displays his collection of historical artifacts, hikes mountains with Rep. Louie Gohmert and brandishes a knife to CQ Roll Call.
With Thanksgiving only days away, Heard on the Hill pays tribute to its favorite Capitol Hill water drinker, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky.
Lawmakers prepped for their Thanksgiving recess by winking, saluting R. Kelly and “popping off.”
In this week’s edition of Office Space, Rep. Steve Israel, D-N.Y., shows off his New York roots, his book collection and his favorite pizza parlor.
Despite a two-day workweek, senators still found time to wear shades, create “slush funds” and drop the mic.
In this week’s edition of Office Space, Rep. Brad Wenstrup, R-Ohio, shows off his Cincinnati roots and helps settle the city’s chili debate.
Lawmakers spent the week lighting cigars, contemplating “conundrums” and giving shout outs to Dolly Parton.
HOH wraps every song, tear and fashion insult from former Speaker John A. Boehner’s career into this bonus, look-back edition of Congressional Hits and Misses.
Updated 11:53 a.m. | Newly elected Speaker Paul D. Ryan won’t be getting a new home in the District of Columbia, but he is looking into some new carpet for the speaker’s office.
The Wisconsin Republican made the rounds to all five of the Sunday morning political talk shows and informed both CNN’s “State of the Union” and NBC’s “Meet the Press” that he plans to continue sleeping in his office. Full story
Despite a busy week, members still managed to smoke, rub rabbits’ feet and discuss condom science on the Senate floor.
Over the past four years, Speaker John A. Boehner has made a conscious effort to focus on the “people’s priorities.”
With the Ohio Republican set to depart Capitol Hill later this week, we thought we’d take a moment to look back at some of his most-used material.