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Recounting the U.S. Failure in Afghanistan

A Year After Afghanistan Fell to the Taliban, a New Bill Aims to Help Evacuees

Breaking Down the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022

Taiwan Bill Delayed Amid White House Pushback

Lawmakers Respond to Zawahiri Killing

The CHIPS Act Makes It Through Congress Despite Late GOP Opposition

Senate Poised to Chip Away at Supply Chain Issues

Trump Sat By as the Capitol Was Under Siege

House Debates Gay Marriage and Contraception Access

Democrats Call Out Biden Administration on Solar Companies with Ties to Uyghur Forced Labor

The Showdown Over the China Competition Bill

Congress Seeks Insight on Handling Sensitive Personal Data

Lawmakers Mull Responses Following the Fall of Roe

Congress Poised to Approve Most Significant Gun Bill in Decades

New Law to Block Forced Labor Goods From China Now in Effect

‘Boyfriend Loophole’ Trips Up Gun Talks

The Way Forward for the Senate’s Gun Violence Bill

January 6 Through the Images and Words of Those Who Lived It

Senators Continue Their Skepticism on the Biden Administration’s Iran Position

Mass Shootings Reignite Gun Control Debate in Washington

January 6 Committee Expands Probe of House Republicans

More U.S. Aid Headed to Ukraine

Congress to Consider Domestic Terrorism Bill Following Buffalo Shooting

McCarthy, Other GOP Reps, Receive Historic Subpoenas From January 6 Panel

House and Senate Set to Hash Out China Competition Bill

Space Contractors Face Heat

During Run for Governor, Tom Suozzi Has Voted in Person Just Three Days in 2022

Capitol Hill Reacts to the Leaked SCOTUS Draft

Kevin McCarthy Does Damage Control

Crist, Running for Governor, Skips D.C. Work Weeks

Kevin McCarthy’s January 6 Lie

Democratic Lawmakers Push Tougher Line on Saudi Arabia

Long-Distance Legislating

Congress Finally Meanders to a Russia Trade Bill

Capitol Hill Responds to Horrors in Ukraine

Russia Trade Bill Wrangling Continues

January 6 Committee Recommends Contempt Charges for Two Trump Aides

Rand Paul Forces a Sanctions Showdown

Will Hurd, Unfiltered

The House Hits Russia on Trade

A Conservative in the Pacific Northwest Fights for Her Political Life

The Tug of War Over America’s Russia Response

Talking Space with Don Beyer

Bipartisan Support Builds for Banning Russian Oil

Lawmakers Step Up Ukraine Aid Urgency

Congress Mulls Further Response to Russia’s War

Senators Balk on Russia Sanctions

When Will the People’s House Open?

Don’t Buy Into Lawmakers’ Talk of a Stock Trading Ban Just Yet

Spending Fight Drags On

Electoral Count Act Reform Gains Steam

Lawmakers Eye Additional Duties on Chinese Shipments

House Readies for a Tangle Over Competition

What Price Will Putin Pay for a Ukraine Invasion?

Renovating Build Back Better

What’s Next for the Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act

Democrats’ Hopes for Voting Reform Fade

Senate Takes Up Legislation on Nord Stream 2 Sanctions

‘I Remember Being Very Angry’