U.S. Capitol News
Bannon on GOP insurgency: 'Nobody can run and hide'
Bannon says of his Republican insurgency: 'Nobody can run and hide' but some senators can escape challenges by meeting his conditions
Trump lashes 'Liddle Bob Corker' as senators call for calm
President Donald Trump is lashing out at Bob Corker as 'Liddle Bob Corker,' continuing a feud with the Tennessee senator who called the White House and 'adult day care center' and warned Trump could put the nation on the path toward World War III
Wounded congressman throws out first pitch for playoff game
A spokeswoman for House Majority Whip Steve Scalise says the Louisiana Republican plans to throw out the first pitch before Friday night's playoff game between the Washington Nationals and Chicago Cubs
Report: More than 40 rounds fired to subdue Scalise shooter
A prosecutor's report has found that officers fired more than 40 rounds to subdue and eventually kill the man who shot and wounded Congressman Steve Scalise and others on a northern Virginia ballfield
Anti-abortion protester shouts as Senate session wraps up
An anti-abortion protester was dragged from the Senate visitors' gallery after he shouted at the GOP leader as Thursday's session wrapped up
Equifax 'making millions' off data breach? Former CEO faces angry senators
The former CEO of Equifax will testify before the Senate Financial Services Committee on Capitol Hill Thursday.
Democrats push for tighter gun control on Capitol Hill
Sen. Dianne Feinstein introduces bill banning bump stocks after Las Vegas shooting.
Democrats' call to action after Vegas shooting includes plea for 'moral courage' on gun control legislation
Democrats, seething over GOP inaction on gun control, are pushing piecemeal legislation after the deadliest shooting in modern U.S. history in Las Vegas Sunday night. Rep. John Lewis, D-Ga., the civil rights icon who has led the push for tightening gun control laws in Congress, called on Democrats
House Democrats, Gabby Giffords call for gun control action
Rep. John Lewis was joined by former Arizona congresswoman Gabby Giffords on the steps of the U.S. Capitol.
The Note: Russia probe takes on new urgency with potential revelations today
THE TAKE with ABC News’ Rick Klein Russia rockets back into the headlines today, and the timing couldn’t be more urgent. The top members of the Senate Intelligence Committee are issuing a rare public update on their investigation on Russia’s meddling in the elections, with headlines likely about