Cardinal-Ritter Student's Artwork Removed From Capitol HillDavid Pulphus' creation was a 2016 winner in Congressman Lacy Clay's district contest
RNC Sells $2,700 Tickets For Charity Luncheon With Vice President-ElectSeveral groups say they plan to protest outside the Mike Pence event.
Senators Urge Action to Block Drastic Drug Price HikesAngered by skyrocketing drug prices, a pair of senators on Wednesday urged Congress to block companies from cornering the market on old, off-patent drugs.
Congress Cracks Down on 'Bots' That Snap Up Concert TicketsThe report said third-party brokers resell tickets on sites like StubHub and TicketsNow at average margins of 49 percent above face value and sometimes more than 10 times the price.
Republican Success Opens Door to Amending U.S. ConstitutionRepublicans already control Congress, the White House and more governors' offices than they have in nearly a century.
Felon On Illinois Ballot Rare, But LegalIllinois is only state that allows felons to run for statewide office.
Defense Chief: 9/11 Bill Could Be Devastating to U.S. MilitaryLegislation that would allow the families of Sept. 11 victims to sue the government of Saudi Arabia for allegedly backing the terrorists who carried out the attacks could be devastating to the U.S. military.
Congress Considers Ste. Genevieve for National Parks System``Ste. Genevieve is not only a treasure to us here in Southeast Missouri, but also part of our Missouri heritage and early American identity,'' said Smith, whose southeast Missouri district includes the town.
Blunt Responds to Dialing for Dollars FundraisingFlorida Republican Congressman David Jolly says the Republican Party makes members of Congress raise as much as $18,000 a day by making calls.
NGA Headquarters Public Comment Period Ends TodayFinal decision expected in June.
McCaskill: Pentagon Can't Close Military BasesShe says the Pentagon is just trying to get Congress' attention.
Pentagon Exploring Base Closings Without Congressional OKThe Pentagon sent a report to Congress showing that the military has about 22 percent more installation space and infrastructure than the current force requires.

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