How do congressional expulsions work and how often do they occur?
What is a “motion to vacate” and what happens after a House speaker is removed?
A special women’s history spotlight honoring the work of the late U.S. Senator Dianne Feinstein.
What is conspiracy to commit bribery? Are members of the legislative branch accountable to the rule of law?
When the nation is two weeks away from a potential economic catastrophe, what options are available to the government?
What is the debt limit and why does it matter?
How does the Speaker election work and who runs it?
It’s Women’s History Month. Learn about the nation’s first Black Congresswoman.
What does the Emmitt Till Antilynching Act do and why is it significant?
It’s Black History Month. Let’s take a look at the recent discovery of forgotten Black cemeteries.