House of Representatives on Townhall

Claire E. Healey - Thu Jun 12

The House of Representatives is set to vote Thursday on a Department of Agriculture spending bill that contains a provision to allow schools to opt out of the Obama administration's healthy school lunch standards. ... more

Christine Rousselle - Sun Jun 1

61 percent of Republicans support medical marijuana. ... more

Cortney O'Brien - Sat Nov 16

Congressman Pete Olson (R-TX), is setting forth articles of impeachment against Attorney General Eric Holder for high crimes and misdemeanor. ... more

Guy Benson - Wed Oct 16

Crisis averted, for now. ... more

Kevin Glass - Wed Oct 16

The United States has never missed a payment due to a failure to increase the debt ceiling in its modern history. We've come close - multiple times - and the fear has swirled inside the beltway as the X-date that the federal government will be unable to make payments approaches. ... more

Kevin Glass - Sat Oct 12

Special weekend sessions for both the House of Representatives and the Senate did not yield fruit on making progress between Democrats and Republicans on reopening the government and raising the debt ceiling. ... more

Jackie Gingrich Cushman - Thu Oct 3

Leah Barkoukis - Sun Sep 29

With the House voting 231-192 to avoid a partial government shutdown but also delay Obamacare and permanently repeal its medical device tax, a government shutdown is looking all but certain--or is it? ... more

Cortney O'Brien - Wed Sep 4

Seven-in-ten Americans have a “very” or “mostly” unfavorable opinion of Congress -- and for good reason. ... more

Michael Barone - Tue Jul 30

Ken Blackwell - Mon Jul 29

Kate Andrews - Thu Jul 25

On Wednesday evening, an amendment designed to block the National Security Agency from continuing to collect citizen phone records was defeated in the House of Representatives in a surprisingly narrow vote ... more

Rich Galen - Wed Jul 17