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    Early voting ramps up ahead of Georgia’s Senate runoff election

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  • Rep. Hakeem Jeffries becomes first Black person to lead Congressional caucus

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  • House passes legislation to avoid rail strike

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  • House passes bill to avoid rail strike

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  • House Democrats elect Rep. Jeffries as leader

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  • Biden meets with Congressional leaders as Senate passes same-sex marriage bill

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  • House Speaker Nancy Pelosi ‘will not seek re-election’ in Democratic leadership

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  • Nancy Pelosi steps down as House Democratic leader following Republican victory in House

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  • Watch Pelosi's full speech announcing she will not seek re-election to leadership

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  • Rep. Comer unveils report on Biden family 'business schemes'

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  • FBI, DHS, social media companies not addressing rising terror threat, Senate report says

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  • Republicans win control of the House after midterm elections

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  • GOP projected to win House

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  • Republicans battle for House, Senate leadership

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  • Hawley says he will not run for president in 2024

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  • House Homeland Security Committee holds hearing on worldwide threats

    03:46
  • House GOP leaders meet to discuss leadership candidates

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  • Capitol police had live feed of Pelosi home during break-in, was not actively monitored

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  • Paul Pelosi expected to recover after being 'violently assaulted' at San Francisco home

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  • Hope Hicks interviews with House Jan. 6 committee

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Senate challenger blasts McConnell's record at announcement

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Democratic Kentucky Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes announces that she will be making a run at Republican Mitch McConnell's Senate seat in 2014. Grimes stated during her announcement that Kentucky is tired of McConnell over "quadrupling his own net worth" while voting against raising the minimum wage.