House and Senate leaders dedicated a bronze statue of President Gerald Ford on Tuesday, remembering the former Michigan lawmaker as a man of integrity who helped the nation heal from the Watergate crisis.Full story
The Arkansas Legislature formally adjourned Wednesday, marking the end of a legislative session that included $35 million in tax cuts and the creation of new boundaries for the state's four congressional districts. Full story
Sometimes sexual abuse survivor Lauren Book deals with anger by smashing plates against the side of the house. Other times, she channels her energy into changing laws, efforts that began soon after she turned in her nanny for repeatedly raping her. Nine years later she has a reputation as Florida's Full story
NBC’s Kelly O’Donnell takes a look at the heated debate over the Styrofoam cups and plastic utensils that have made a comeback at the Capitol’s commissary under Republicans’ watch.
Washington Mayor Vincent Gray was among 41 people arrested Monday outside the Capitol while protesting the budget deal struck by lawmakers last week. Gray tells msnbc's Chris Jansing he was "pleased" to be "arrested on behalf of the 600,000 people in the District of Columbia."
Home health care workers protesting state budget cuts were arrested and literally dragged out of the Washington state capitol Thursday. KING's Drew Mikkelsen reports.
Rachel Maddow reports on an act of art activism in which and image of the removed Maine labor mural was projected on the face of the capitol building.
On the anniversary of the Civil Rights leader’s assassination, Ed talks about the “Memphis to Madison” Rally at the Wisconsin state Capitol and the attack on workers’ rights in this country.
WASHINGTON - MAY 03: Governor Rick Snyder of Michigan speaks during a dedication ceremony of the statue of former President Gerald Ford at the Rotunda of the Capitol May 3, 2011 on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. The statue will become a part of the National Statuary Hall Collection of the U.S. Cap