A bipartisan group of lawmakers want to be sure that whoever is driving your kids' bus doesn't have an unsafe driving record.
The issue of unfilled trucking jobs took center stage at a House subcommittee hearing Wednesday.
The Department of Health and Human Services says the facilities holding undocumented migrants are overcrowded and underfunded.
The federal government may not be able to keep communities from becoming sanctuary cities, but it could make it costly if a Republican senator has his way.
Lawmakers were unable to agree on a solution to the southern border crisis at a Senate hearing Tuesday.
Italian technology manufacturer Modula says its next plant will be built in Ohio, a $26 million investment.
Gun violence prevention advocates joined Democratic lawmakers at the Capitol Tuesday to push for a change in US laws that now protect the gun industry from liability.
A revived push in Congress would allow food stamp recipients to spend their benefits on vitamins.
McAleenan says it’s been 40 days since the Trump Administration asked Congress for emergency funding, and so far — nothing.
State leaders from the Mid-Atlantic region spent much of Tuesday at the White House discussing trade, infrastructure, jobs and work force development.
Organizations that support more gun control measures say people are becoming desensitized to gun violence in the United States.
The House is expected to vote this week on a package that would raise lawmakers' annual salaries by thousands of dollars.
After a series of complaints and hearings and round tables, the Federal Communications Commission may finally be poised to crack down on robocalls.
The legislation would require defense leaders to create standardized training across all services to provide victim assistance as well as ensure the accused is afforded due process rights.
A well-known actress is using her celebrity to tackle change on Capitol Hill.
As President Trump flew back from Europe, trade talks between the United States and Mexico continued.
The President is giving Mexico an ultimatum — meet his immigration demands or face a 5 percent tariff on exports to the U.S.
Senator Tim Kaine said it's important to recognize those who sacrificed their lives, including the "Bedford Boys", 19 men from the same small town of Bedford, Virginia who lost their lives on D-Day to protect others.
Three human rights groups from Texas were honored Thursday with the Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights Award for their work helping migrant families stuck on the border.
Seventy-five years to the day after he stormed the beaches of Normandy, Carl Mann was laid to rest at Arlington National Cemetery.