116th Congress Makes History With Record-Setting Number Of WomenThe 116th class of Congress broke barriers before its members even set foot in Washington.
Former Veep Biden Comes To California To Find It's Bluer Than BlueToday's poll shows democrats leading or tied in seats they haven't held for decades.
Republican Congressman's 6 Siblings Urge People To Vote -- For His OpponentSeven of Paul Gosar's nine siblings have publicly accused him of being a white supremacist and these six have had it.
President Trump Cancels Pay Raises For Federal EmployeesIn a letter to House and Senate leaders, Trump described the pay increase as "inappropriate."
SoCal Congressional Delegation Visits ICE DetaineesA group of Democratic congressional representatives visited ICE detainees at a Southern California desert facility to check out their living conditions. Tina Patel reports.
Leading Democrat Calls For Legalized Marijuana In All 50 StatesThe democrat's argument was heavily based on the belief that arrests for marijuana possession have become a punishment that doesn't fit the crime.
Ex-DEA Agent: Opioid Crisis Fueled By Drug Industry And CongressWhistleblower Joe Rannazzisi says drug distributors pumped opioids into U.S. communities — knowing that people were dying — and says industry lobbyists and Congress derailed the DEA's efforts to stop it.
Hotly Contested Races In Southern California Could Decide Who Controls CongressThe country is looking at California to see what happens with several congressional races.
Rohrabacher: People Should Be Able To Refuse To Sell Homes To Gay PeopleRep. Dana Rohrabacher has lost the political endorsement of the National Association of Realtors after he told a local trade group earlier this month that he would oppose extending the Fair Housing Act to gays and lesbians.
Democratic Rep. Tony Cardenas Denies Allegation He Sexually Assaulted 16-Year-Old Girl In 2007Democratic Rep. Tony Cardenas of California is vehemently denying accusations that he sexually assaulted a 16-year-old girl in 2007.
Apologetic Zuckerberg Offers Mea Culpa On First Day Of Hearings On Facebook Data ScandalThe man in the middle of a firestorm over privacy offered a full mea culpa at a joint hearing of two Senate committees.
Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg Meets With Lawmakers Ahead Of Testimony To CongressZuckerberg met one-on-one with a series of key lawmakers Monday, in what could be the most important stop on his apology tour.