Steny Hoyer sees experience as his advantage

GREENBELT, Maryland – House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer, D-Mechanicsville, doesn’t seem especially concerned about his reelection next year. “My strategy for reelection is to continue to do a job everyday that people will see and appreciate,” he told Capital News…

The Washington Bullpen: A look at Felix Sater

WASHINGTON – In this episode of “The Washington Bullpen” podcast, host Kate Casey discusses another one of the key figures in the investigations surrounding President Donald Trump: Felix Sater, a former business associate with a bizarre and checkered background.

New Congressional Caucus to Focus on Central American Problems

Experts say a nearly endless list of problems makes change difficult to achieve.

Open Government Advocates Say Obama Progress on FOIA Not Enough

Five years after President Barack Obama promised to make the government more transparent, open government advocates praised the progress to date while outlining several areas for improvement at a congressional hearing Wednesday.

Sister of Woman Linked to Former CIA Director Petraeus Fighting Lawsuit in Montgomery County

The twin sister of the Tampa, Fla., woman linked to Gen. David Petraeus’ resignation as director of the CIA is being sued in Montgomery County Circuit Court for about $100,000 in unpaid legal fees.