Venezuela Head of Congress Henry Ramos expressed critique of President Nicolas Maduro on live television.
Pope Francis is wrapping up his final day in D.C. before heading over to the Big Apple. See photos of the Catholic figure as he met with President Barack Obama, held Junipero Canonization Mass, took selfies with members of the Catholic Charities of the Archdioecese in Washington D.C. and more.
Pope Francis brought Republicans and Democrats lawmakers to their feet during his speech to Congress, a surprise given partisan support each side has for issues the pope addressed.
Representatives of the Chamber of Commerce said that immigration reform is one of the main issues to solve in 2014 with society's support.
Despite President Obama’s veto threat, the House of Representatives passed a bill allowing insurance companies to renew individual policies and sell similar policies to new customers next year without providing all the benefits and consumer protections required by the Affordable Care Act. The bill, which passed with a vote of 261 to 157, was supported by 39 Democrats.
On Wednesday, House Speaker John Boehner said that an immigration reform bill would not pass the House this year. However, Sen. Schumer is still hopeful that it could pass this year or early next year.
Senate Democrats want to raise the minimum wage from $7.25 to as much as $10.10. How will Americans be affected and do they support the measure?
As lobbying for immigration reform intensified this week, three House Republicans signed onto the House Democrats' immigration reform bill.
Cuts to the food stamp program take effect Nov. 1, which will adversely affect almost 48 million Americans.
The government shutdown due to a congressional impasse in new budget negotiations has forced the furlough of about 400,000 federal employees, and thousands more are forced to work without pay.
The House of Representatives approved last week a cut of five percent in the budget for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) a program which benefits over 47 million Americans--including many Hispanics
In a reprise of a standoff between President Obama and House Republicans from 2011, the debt ceiling is coming up for political debate in Washington again, and once again the consequences could be dire
In light of Syria's alleged use of chemical weapons against civilians, President Obama issued a draft resolution authorizing the use of military force in Syria to both houses of Congress on Saturday.
It's not often that Congress gets involved in the affairs of sports teams, but in the case of the NFL's Washington Redskins franchise, the name of the franchise was something that legislators have taken issue with as of late.
On Monday, eight Democratic lawmakers in the House joined in on the anti-drone rhetoric in a letter urging President Obama to reveal classified documents detailing the legal basis for his administration's use of drones on U.S. citizens and foreign nationals.