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Oklahoma Rep. Markwayne Mullin, part of the congressional freshman class of 2012, said Saturday the acrimony between the two parties starts as soon as new members arrive at the Capitol — but he's trying to do something about that.
Rep. Mike Thompson, picked by Nancy Pelosi to head House Democrats' new efforts to ban assault weapons, said Saturday that using the term "gun control" is unhelpful.
President Obama hasn't been sworn in for a second term yet, but that hasn't stopped the speculation about 2016. Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul is leading a conservative website's interactive point-and-click poll for people to name their top choices for the Republican Party's next presidential nomination.
A Marine's defiant response to California Sen. Dianne Feinstein's proposal to tighten gun control in the wake of the Newtown school shooting has gone viral on the Internet.
After months of urging Washington to compromise, Americans are now unhappy with the deal their lawmakers agreed to, according to the latest Gallup polling.
It's official: President Obama won re-election.
Former Rep. Steven C. LaTourette on Friday blasted the handful of Republicans who did not support John A. Boehner for House speaker as "chuckleheads," saying that "we could train a monkey to come to Congress and vote 'no.'"
Sen. John Cornyn, the second-ranking Republican in the Senate, said in an op-ed published Friday that a partial government shutdown may be the only way to restore "fiscal sanity" to the federal budget.
Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. will administer the oath of office to President Obama twice again this year, although hopefully it will be smoother than their "do-over" four years ago.
Vice President Joseph R. Biden presided over a cheerful swearing-in ceremony in the Senate chamber, where spectators in a full gallery peered down from above and applauded.
The 112th Congress, which saw record futility, is officially over.
Steve Stockman, an incoming congressman from Texas, said Wednesday he will vote against re-electing Speaker John A. Boehner to lead the House, saying the chamber's top Republican has "signed out country on to a fiscal suicide pact."
President Obama urged House Republicans Wednesday to approve $60 billion in disaster relief for victims of Superstorm Sandy, a piece of unfinished business after the fiscal cliff legislation was approved Tuesday.
For Rep. Danny K. Davis, Illinois Democrat, the "fiscal cliff" fight came down to one thing: the unemployment checks the government will still be able to send to thousands of his constituents.
After listening to Vice President Joseph R. Biden address the House Democratic caucus for more than an hour Tuesday on the finer points of the fiscal cliff deal, retiring Rep. Norm Dicks suggested that President Obama's notoriously loquacious No. 2 may have spent a little too much time bending members' ears.
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