Inside the Congressional push to add longer, more flights at Reagan National Airport
The head of Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport is coming out swinging against a push to add more, and longer flights at DCA.
How many alleged criminals not prosecuted in DC commit murder?
Homicides continue to climb in the District just one week after U.S. Attorney Matthew Graves appeared before Congress to testify about crime.
Marjorie Taylor Greene introduces articles of impeachment against FBI Director Christopher Wray
Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, R-Ga., on Tuesday introduced articles of impeachment against FBI Director Christopher Wray.
House Republicans pass new asylum restrictions as Title 42 ends
House Republicans have passed a sweeping bill to build more U.S.-Mexico border wall and impose new restrictions on asylum seekers.
Rep. George Santos charged by federal prosecutors
The charges are expected to be announced as early as Wednesday in the Eastern District in Brooklyn.
US House passes Republican debt ceiling bill, push Biden on spending
House Republicans have narrowly passed a sweeping debt ceiling package as they try to push President Biden into negotiations on federal spending.
House passes bill to overturn DC police accountability law
The Republican-led House approved a resolution Wednesday that would block a District of Columbia police accountability bill, further escalating the feud over the right to self-government in the nation’s capital.
After calls to resign, Dianne Feinstein seeks Judiciary replacement
Recuperating U.S. Sen. Dianne Feinstein of California asked Wednesday to be temporarily replaced on the Judiciary Committee, shortly after two House Democrats called on her to resign after her extended absence from Washington.
2 House Dems call on California Sen. Feinstein to resign
Two House Democrats called on U.S. Sen. Dianne Feinstein to resign Wednesday after her extended absence from Washington, saying she was no longer able to properly do her job.
DC mayor, police chief to testify before House committee on crime increase
D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser is set to testify on Capitol Hill next month about the rise in crime in the city.
Rioter charged in Pelosi laptop theft sentenced to prison
Riley June Williams, 23, of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, was charged but not convicted of helping steal a laptop from Pelosi’s office suite during the riot on Jan. 6, 2021.
Biden signs measure nullifying DC's controversial criminal code revisions
President Joe Biden on Monday signed into law legislation nullifying the recent overhaul of the District of Columbia criminal code, but the fight between Congress and local lawmakers is continuing.
Rep. George Santos files paperwork for re-election
The move does not mean he will definitely run for office again.
GOP Representative unveils bill to allow congressional employees to store guns at work
Rep. Greg Steube, R-Fla., on Friday introduced legislation that would allow congressional employees to carry legally possessed weapons in self-defense to and from Capitol Hill and safely store them while at work.
House Republicans planning to visit Jan. 6 defendants in DC jail
Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene previously visited the defendants in November 2021.
Rep. George Santos responds to questions about his finances
Rep. George Santos gave an exclusive interview to FOX 5 News on Thursday to answer questions about his finances and an ethics investigation.
GOP subpoenas Apple, Meta, other tech CEOs in censorship probe
Subpoenas have been sent to the chief executives of the five largest tech companies as congressional Republicans moved to investigate what they assert is widespread corporate censorship of conservative voices House Judiciary Chairman Jim Jordan issued the subpoenas Wednesday as the latest in a series of escalations by a party that has long promised to investigate Big Tech’s content moderation.
Parents push for Congress to address Snapchat drug dealers
Parents testified this week at a House hearing on Capitol Hill where they called on both Congress and tech companies to do more to fight the opioid crisis in this country.
House GOP push anti-abortion measures after gaining majority
Republicans approved two abortion measures Wednesday, making clear they want to go further after the Supreme Court overruled the federal right to an abortion last year.
House GOP adopt rules package: Here are some key changes
Lawmakers no longer have to walk through metal detectors before gaining access to the House floor.