Will Chief Justice Roberts preside at Trump's impeachment trial? Maybe - Roll Call
The Senate has never held a trial for a former president, which Donald Trump will be, and the nation’s founding document is silent about who should preside.
Capitol Police leadership vacuum comes at vulnerable time - Roll Call
The Capitol Police has a leadership vacuum at a time when the Capitol is under threat and having to coordinate on security for Inauguration Day.
More lawmakers test positive after superspreader event during Capitol riot - Roll Call
Several lawmakers have testied positive for COVID-19 following the riots at the Capitol, during which hundreds of members may been in a superspreader event.
Capitol riot: What our Hill reporters and photographers saw - Roll Call
From the press gallery seats overlooking the Senate floor and elsewhere on the Hill, our reporters saw chaos break out as a mob stormed the Capitol.
Capitol Police to enhance security at Jan. 6 session to certify election - Roll Call
Capitol Police will enhance security around the congressional complex for the Jan. 6 joint session, a response to rising threats and concerns.
EPA leaves ozone pollution standard unchanged - Roll Call
The EPA will leave smog-forming ozone pollution standards where the Obama administration set them in 2015, despite calls for tighter limits.
Deal reached on $900B coronavirus relief package; votes likely Monday - Roll Call
Congressional leaders on Sunday night reached agreement on a massive pandemic rescue measure that will be attached to a $1.4 trillion omnibus spending bill.
Lawmakers begin receiving COVID-19 vaccines - Roll Call
Members of Congress, including Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, started getting the COVID-19 vaccine on Friday.
EPA move creates hurdles for future air, climate rules - Roll Call
If finalized, the rule will steer the agency away from considering the broader public benefits of new regulations
Stopgap readied amid year-end budget, coronavirus relief bill scramble
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin floated a new $916 billion coronavirus relief offer late Tuesday in a call with Speaker Nancy Pelosi.
Bipartisan coronavirus relief package hits snags over details - Roll Call
A bipartisan $908 billion coronavirus relief plan was hung up over liability protections for businesses, which Republicans say have to be included.
Social media ad ban hampers Georgia Senate runoff efforts - Roll Call
An ad moratorium designed to block disinformation on Facebook and Google is hampering fundraising and outreach for the two Georgia Senate runoffs.
Senate packs up with coronavirus relief bill on ice until after elections
Senators prepared to leave town Monday night with virtually no prospect of passing a new coronavirus relief package before the elections.
Coronavirus Cases Keep Rising On Capitol Hill Amid Calls For More Testing
As COVID-19 cases burst through the White House and ruffle the Senate, cases among front-line workers in Congress continue to rise.
Campaigns Adjust To Early Voting Ahead Of Election Day 2020
More voters are set to cast ballots by mail or in person before Election Day due to concerns about crowding at polling places amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Pelosi Bullish Amid Faltering Virus Relief Talks With White House
Coronavirus relief negotiations have come to a halt; both parties say they’ll only come back to the table when the other has something new to offer.
Warren Asks SEC About Insider Trading In Trump’s Kodak Pharmaceuticals Announcement - Roll Call
Sen. Elizabeth Warren is asking the SEC to look into possible insider trading related to the recent pharmaceutical move by Kodak.