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House Democrats ask DHS to end detention of mothers and children

On Wednesday, May 27, Congressional representatives Zoe Lofgren, Lucille Roybal-Allard, and Luis Gutierrez along with 133 other House Democrats sent a letter to the...

DC Mayor’s Musical Chairs

One thing you can never knock Washington, D.C.’s local government for is their ability to embrace sudden staff changes. Shortly before Thanksgiving, Mayor Vincent Gray announced...

House Ethics Chair Says Attorney Shuffles During Waters’ Probe Were Wrong

The Republican chair of the House Committee on Ethics has spoken out against his Democratic predecessor in a staffing shakeup related to the Maxine Waters ethics probe of 2010.

Waters Hits Ethics Committee With Resolution

Intensifying her public relations offensive against the House Ethics Committee, Rep. Maxine Waters has entered a “privileged resolution” seeking investigation into the Ethics Committee practices and procedures.

Reprimand Rather than Censure More Appropriate for Rangel

Now that the House Ethics Committee has filed its formal report recommending censure, Congressman Charlie Rangel is seeking leniency.

Waters’ Ethics Trial Delayed Indefinitely

The House Ethics Committee recently delayed the adjudicatory trial of Rep. Maxine Waters in a surprise move that adds more drama and intrigue to the ensuing ethics woes involving African American Members of Congress.

House Ethics Committee Votes for Censure of Rangel

Despite passionate and humble pleas of leniency from Rep. Charles Rangel (D-NY), the full House Ethics Committee this week voted to censure the once powerful Harlem lawmaker.

Rangel Found Guilty on 11 of 13 Counts

The special, eight-member adjudicatory subcommittee panel tasked with spearheading an inquiry into the ethics allegations involving Rep. Charles Rangel (D-NY) found the 40-year Congressman guilty on 11 out of the 13 counts against him.

House Ethics Counsel on Rangel: “I See No Evidence of Corruption.”

Lawmakers on the House Ethics Adjudicatory subcommittee continue a closed-door inquiry today into the thirteen ethics charges lodged against former House Ways and Chairman Rep. Charlie Rangel (D-NY).

Rangel, Waters Ethics Trials Scheduled After Midterms

The House Ethics Committee recently announced its plan to hold trials for Rep. Charles Rangel (D-NY) and Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA) after the November Congressional midterm elections.