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Honoring those who do so much for our homeless, Representative French Hill and Missouri Congress Woman, Ann Wagner stopped by to visit Our House.
Our House helps the homeless by giving them shelter, food and helping them obtain skills to find jobs so they can become independent.
Rep. Lynn Jenkins is using her break from Washington to find out what’s important to Kansans.
The Republican congresswoman made a stop at Envista Credit Union Tuesday for a regional credit union roundtable. She wanted to get leaders input on what can be done in Washington to make their job easier.
Rep. Mia Love (R-Utah) is joining the fight to get a Utah man released from a Venezuela jail.
Josh Holt, 24, has been behind bars in Venezuela nearly two months after he and his new wife were arrested on charges of weapons possession and accused of being spies.
President Obama's decision to expand a national monument off the coast of Hawaii will cause "great harm" to local industry and fisheries and is an abuse of power, said the Republican head of the House Natural Resources Committee.
No one knows what the long-term threat is to our national health from the Zika virus, but U.S. Rep. Susan Brooks spent Wednesday meeting with local health officials to determine their level of preparedness.
This morning, down in Mobile, Ala., House Republican Conference Chair Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-Wash.) will headline the 2016 Women’s Forum organized by the University of South Alabama, the Community Foundation of South Alabama and Alabama Rep. Bradley Byrne (R).
The energy and excitement coming from nearly 300 young women packed into the McLean Community Center is palpable – and very loud.
Although most of the girls are not old enough to vote, they are clearly excited to meet Congresswoman Barbara Comstock [R-10].
The Wild West is getting a lot less wild, that's according to one report that found human activity is responsible for the disappearance of a football field's worth of natural land every two and a half minutes.
The nation is in a watershed moment that will decide the future of health care in the U.S. following Aetna's announcement earlier this week that it will dramatically scale back its participation in the Affordable Care Act, U.S. Rep. Renee Ellmers (R-N.C.) said during a recent interview.
In an election year like this one, it's hard to avoid hearing or talking about political campaigns.