Several sexual harassment reports revealed nearly $200,000 of taxpayer money had been used to settle cases since 2003.
The process of appropriating government funds is often about compromise.
Senate Republicans need to convince weary Democrats to vote their way on a temporary spending bill, or the government will likely shut down.
The Children's Health Insurance Program was supposed to be funded until March, but many states say they're already running low on money.
The ultra-conservative House Freedom Caucus says it'll vote to fund the government, but only if the House votes on its immigration bill.
The House and Senate ethics committees are pretty similar but have one key exception.
A bipartisan group in Congress is looking to roll back funding for the Palestinian Authority for paying terrorists' families.
In an effort to reduce hurricane damage, some members of Congress are proposing a new way to get people out of harm's way.
Rep. Ruben Kihuen denies sexual misconduct allegations against him but said in a statement they're keeping him from pursuing re-election.
A West Seneca man is facing charges after investigators say he fired a deer slug into a home in Holland.
Police say students who were part of an unrecognized fraternity at a New York college tortured a rat as part of illegal hazing that occurred…
Members of the House and the Senate need to resolve one big issue to reconcile their versions of the tax bill - the Obamacare individual mandate.