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Past articles by Andrew:

Scoop: GOP ads hit vulnerable Dems over D.C. crime law

"So crazy, even President Biden won't support the anarchy." → Read More

House GOP prepares vote to remove Omar from committee after McCarthy finds escape hatch

Republicans added language saying members can appeal their removals from committees. → Read More

Scoop: Third NY House Republican calls for Santos to resign

Rep. Nick LaLota said Santos "hasn't shown any remorse, he hasn't corrected any of the behavior." → Read More

House Republicans in the dark on McCarthy’s shadow document

“Do you really want to see how the sausage is made? I’m not sure.” → Read More

Unpacking the Jan. 6 committee's unanswered questions

The committee's work has been historic, but gaps remain. → Read More

Scoop: Kevin McCarthy goes on offense in speaker battle

The public battle over the speakership has mostly been fought on the terms of the five rebels. → Read More

Hakeem Jeffries elected House Democratic leader

"This is a moment of transition," Jeffries told reporters. → Read More

McCarthy meets with critics in fresh effort to secure speaker votes

Several right-wing Republicans are still publicly vowing to deny McCarthy crucial votes. → Read More

GOP lawmakers hushed on Trump's dinner with white nationalist

"I am appalled," said one House Republican. → Read More

Nancy Pelosi retires as House Democratic leader, continues as California representative

“Never did I think I’d go from homemaker to House Speaker.” → Read More

The perils of a narrow House Republican majority

A newly empowered far-right flank could seriously threaten Kevin McCarthy's Speaker ambitions. → Read More

Dem campaigns sound alarm about "red mirage" redux

The Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol, and the emergence of GOP candidates declining to say they'll accept election results if they lose, is stirring Democrats' concerns about misinformation. → Read More

GOP reaches deeper into Biden-land

These districts voted for Biden by as much as 20 points. → Read More

Obama appears in rare ad for Pennsylvania Democrats

"In Pennsylvania you’ve got some important choices to make this year." → Read More

Democrats grasp for third rail in closing message focused on Social Security and Medicare

Amid signs of a growing red wave, Democrats are trying to dent the GOP's credibility on the economy. → Read More

Congress braces for new members who were at Capitol on Jan. 6

Three people who were on Capitol grounds on Jan. 6 stand a serious chance of being elected. → Read More

House GOP expands map with $14 million October ad blitz

The districts being targeted voted for Biden in 2020 by an average of six points. → Read More

House Republicans have already tried to impeach Biden and his officials 14 times

They're far outpacing Democrats' formal impeachment efforts at this point in Trump's term. → Read More

Democrats shell out last-minute millions to defend against GOP's crime cudgel

The crime issue has driven a series of effective Republican attacks in key contests. → Read More

Liz Cheney's role in electoral count bill fuels GOP distrust

"It's clear that anything Liz Cheney touches is all about whacking Donald Trump." → Read More