Driver hits officer, rams police vehicle near U.S. Capitol

Only blocks from the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday, shots were fired after a motorist struck an officer and a police vehicle while trying to avoid being pulled over.

Maryland Congressman calls for investigation following Flynn resignation

WASHINGTON – Maryland Second District Congressman Dutch Ruppersberger wants Congress to begin a bipartisan investigation following the resignation of National Security Adviser Michael Flynn. Ruppersberger also called on President Trump to “stop tweeting and starting leading.”

Maryland Congressional Democrats react to Flynn resignation

WASHINGTON – Following the resignation of National Security Advisor Gen. Michael Flynn, members of Maryland’s congressional delegation reacted to the news, calling for an investigation and increased scrutiny on U.S.-Russian relations.

INAUGURATION PROTESTS: Demonstrators rally at the inauguration of Donald Trump

WASHINGTON — As Donald Trump was being sworn in as the country’s 45th president, protesters hit the streets and confronted police in a number of skirmishes throughout the day.

U.S Capitol dome renovations unveiled

After two and a half years of construction, the Capitol Building Dome is finally free of scaffolding. The Architect of the Capitol says its unveiling has a deeper meaning than most may think.

Maryland comes up short at critical time for women politicians

WASHINGTON — After former Rep. Connie Morella was elected to the House in 1986, four out of 10 members of the Maryland congressional delegation were women. Today, the number of women in Maryland’s congressional delegation is down to two –…

Congressional Hockey: Lobbyists and Congressmen Face Off for Charity

Lobbyists and congressmen hit the ice at the 8th Annual Congressional Hockey Challenge.

African American Museum Kicks Off Countdown to 2016 Grand Opening

To kick off the year-long countdown to its grand opening, the museum hosted a three-night event last month to celebrate the anniversaries of three major milestones in African American history.

Calls for Campaign Reform on Capitol Hill

A coalition in the U.S. House of Representatives is seeking to limit the influence of big money in federal elections and encourage small donations from all Americans.

National Day of Prayer Unites Faith Leaders and CBC

It was an intermingling of church and state on Capitol Hill today when members of the Congressional Black Caucus and faith leaders from across the country came together for a National Day of Prayer to end poverty and income inequality.