Coronavirus Closures: U.S. Capitol Closing To Public In Washington DC Amid Coronavirus ConcernsCongress is shutting the Capitol and all House and Senate office buildings to the public until April in reaction to the spread of the coronavirus.
Former U.S. Rep. Michael Fitzpatrick, Of Pa., Dies At 56Michael Fitzpatrick, a former congressman from suburban Philadelphia who served four terms in the U.S. House before handing off the seat to his brother, has died.
Sean Parnell To Run For Congress Against Lamb, Pitting Two Vets Against Each OtherRepublican Sean Parnell chose Fox & Friends on cable TV in New York to make his announcement.
Ohio Senators Propose Renaming NASA Site For Neil ArmstrongOhio's U.S. senators want Congress to rename a NASA research facility in Ohio after astronaut Neil Armstrong.
Mayor Peduto Visits Washington DC To Call For Senate Vote On Background Check LegislationPittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto is visiting Washington DC today, joining with other mayors from across the United States to call for gun legislation.
Pence Returns To Pennsylvania To Urge Trade Pact's PassageVice President Mike Pence is in Pennsylvania again to urge Congress to pass President Donald Trump's rewrite of a trade pact with Canada and Mexico.
Top Aides Leave Democrat Campaign Arm Amid Diversity ComplaintsA mass departure of top aides has shaken House Democrats' campaign arm after Hispanic and black members of Congress complained that the staff lacked diversity.
Rep. Guy Reschenthaler Calls 'This Entire Process UnAmerican' While Questioning Robert MuellerSpecial counsel Robert Mueller testified before two different congressional committees and reiterated two points.
Rep. Reschenthaler Misses Jon Stewart's Scathing Testimony, But Says He Supports 9/11 Compensation FundComedian Jon Stewart scolded Congress Tuesday for failing to ensure that a victims' compensation fund set up after the 9/11 attacks never runs out of money.
Congressional Infrastructure Leader Visits Pittsburgh To Survey Local NeedsA federal expert toured flood and landslide-prone areas in Pittsburgh Monday. KDKA's Jon Delano reports.
Congress Seeks New Ways To Prevent Government Shutdowns From HappeningDemocratic and Republican lawmakers alike are saying they don't want a shutdown to happen again.
More Than 60 Members Of Congress Reject Pay During ShutdownAs federal employees brace themselves for their first missed paychecks should lawmakers fail to reach a consensus by midnight Tuesday, some members of Congress have decided to join them in a show of solidarity and refuse their paychecks.
Pennsylvania Democrats Have High Hopes For RedistrictingThe opportunity for Democrats to enhance their prospects in races for legislative and congressional seats for an entire decade is still three years away, but they're already thinking about it in Pennsylvania.
Congressman Mike Doyle Says Divided Government Doesn't Have To Mean GridlockThe United States is back to divided government again.
'A Really Good Day For Women In Politics': Pa. Women Make History During Midterm ElectionIt's been 98 years since women gained the right to vote in the U.S. Constitution. But since then women have had a difficult time getting elected to legislative bodies. This year was different.