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 1994

January 8 - 1994 Congressional Calendar (chart)
January 8 - 1994 LEGISLATIVE AGENDA: Inside Congress
January 8 - AUGUST 1993 LOBBY REGISTRATIONS: Corporations and Businesses
January 8 - AUGUST 1993 LOBBY REGISTRATIONS: Foreign Governments
January 8 - AUGUST 1993 LOBBY REGISTRATIONS: Interest Groups
January 8 - AUGUST 1993 LOBBY REGISTRATIONS: Miscellaneous
January 8 - AUGUST 1993 LOBBY REGISTRATIONS: State, Local Governments; Utilities
January 8 - AUGUST 1993 LOBBY REGISTRATIONS: Trade/Professional Associations
January 8 - COVER STORY: A Year of Big Decisions Looms After Year of Big Promises
January 8 - CQ ROUNDTABLE: For Speaker O'Neill, A Destiny Fulfilled
January 8 - ETHICS: Packwood Challenges Accuser, Says Resigning No Option
January 8 - EXECUTIVE BRANCH: New Chief Lobbyist Is Pat Griffin
January 8 - Louisianna 4th: The 'Mark of Zorro'?
January 8 - OBITUARY: O'Neill Changed Speaker's Role And Helped Remake the House
January 8 - REDISTRICTING: Louisiana Ruling May Offer Guidelines for Other Cases
January 8 - RETIREMENTS: Three Departures Add To Growing Number
January 8 - Single-Payer Cosponsors
January 8 - Status of Major Legislation: 103rd Congress - 1st Session
January 8 - TEXAS: More Incumbents Are Facing A Fight for Re-Election
January 8 - TEXAS: Sen. Hutchison Re-Indicted
January 8 - The Players
January 8 - WHAT'S AHEAD: Russian Aid, Inman Lead the Agenda
January 15 - CAMPAIGN FINANCE: Election Commission Hearing Revisits Personal Spending
January 15 - CONGRESSIONAL DEPARTURE (chart)
January 15 - CQ ROUNDTABLE: Baby Boomers Poised To Take Over House
January 15 - Dream Candidates Fleeting As Election Year Dawns
January 15 - Freshmen Toed Party Line, But Helped Cut Spending
January 15 - HOUSE OPERATIONS: Administrator Abruptly Quits, Cites 'Different Agendas'
January 15 - Inside Players
January 15 - Key Spending Votes (chart)
January 15 - Michigan Senate Race Wide Open
January 15 - PROVISIONS: Thrift Bailout Refinancing
January 15 - SECTION NOTES: Lawyers Argue Limits On Terms in Congress
January 15 - SECTION NOTES: Texas Court Sets Date For Hutchison Trial
January 15 - September 1993 Lobby Registrations: Corporations and Businesses
January 15 - September 1993 Lobby Registrations: Interest Groups
January 15 - September 1993 Lobby Registrations: Labor Organizations
January 15 - September 1993 Lobby Registrations: Miscellaneous
January 15 - September 1993 Lobby Registrations: State, Local Governments; Utilities
January 15 - September 1993 Lobby Registrations: Trade/Professional Associations
January 15 - VIRGINIA: Gov. Wilder Withdraws Bid For Robb's Senate Seat
January 22 - CQ ROUNDTABLE: Primary Glut Leads To Hasty Judgment
January 22 - In the Fine Print, Gifts for Members
January 22 - Lobby Bill Would Plug Holes But Depends on Good Will
January 22 - OCTOBER 1993 LOBBY REGISTRATIONS: Corporations and Businesses
January 22 - OCTOBER 1993 LOBBY REGISTRATIONS: Foreign Governments
January 22 - OCTOBER 1993 LOBBY REGISTRATIONS: Interest Groups
January 22 - OCTOBER 1993 LOBBY REGISTRATIONS: Labor Unions
January 22 - OCTOBER 1993 LOBBY REGISTRATIONS: Miscellaneous
January 22 - OCTOBER 1993 LOBBY REGISTRATIONS: State, Local Governments; Utilities
January 22 - OCTOBER 1993 LOBBY REGISTRATIONS: Trade/Professional Associations
January 22 - Oklahoma Special Election Set
January 22 - RETIREMENTS: Neal, Murphy, Coppersmith Join House Departure List
January 22 - WHAT'S AHEAD: Congress Back Jan. 25, And Immediately Busy
January 29 - CONGRESSIONAL DEPARTURE (chart)
January 29 - COURT DECISION: Judge Upholds Subpoena Of Packwood Diaries
January 29 - COURT DECISION: Judges' Ruling OKs Delegate Voting
January 29 - CQ ROUNDTABLE: House GOP Completes Turn to the Right
January 29 - Edwards, Ford and Hughes Join Democratic Exodus
January 29 - ETHICS: Packwood Loses Argument To Protect Diaries
January 29 - KENTUCKY: House Primary Challengers Focus on Two Districts
January 29 - Over and Out (chart)
January 29 - REPUBLICAN RESPONSE: Dole: No Health-Care Crisis, Clinton on Wrong Road
January 29 - SECTION NOTE: Gov. Roberts of Oregon Withdraws From Race
January 29 - SECTION NOTE: Michigan Ex-Gov. Blanchard Won't Run for Senate
January 29 - SENATE VOTES: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10
January 29 - Status of Major Legislation 103rd Congress
January 29 - THE HOUSE: Court Affirms Delegate Voting; GOP Unlikely To Appeal
January 29 - Updated 1994 Congressional Calendar (chart)
January 29 - WHAT'S AHEAD: Earthquake Relief, EPA, Education Top Agenda
February 5 - Balanced-Budget Redux
February 5 - BLACK CAUCUS: Mfume Cuts Renewed Ties To Nation of Islam
February 5 - CONGRESSIONAL DEPARTURES: Rep. Sharp Surprises Many With Retirement Notice
February 5 - CQ ROUNDTABLE: The Clinton Budget: 'Agony and Angst'
February 5 - HOUSE VOTES: 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13
February 5 - PROVISIONS: Campaign Finance Bills Compared
February 5 - SECTION NOTES: Dole Plans To Propose Gun-Buyback Program
February 5 - SECTION NOTES: Perot Supporters Rally in Dallas
February 5 - SECTION NOTES: Short-term Seat Draws Big Field in Oklahoma
February 5 - SENATE VOTES 11, 12, 13, 14, 15 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23,
February 5 - Spotlight on Cooper
February 5 - Status of Major Legislation: 103rd Congress
February 5 - Vastly Different Reform Bills Put Delicate Votes at Risk
February 5 - WHAT'S AHEAD: Most Eyes Are on OMB And Clinton's Budget
February 12 - An After-Hours Image Adjustment
February 12 - CANDIDATES FILINGS: Democrats, Republicans Aim To Hold Open Seats
February 12 - CBO Turns Budget Spotlight On Health-Care Overhaul
February 12 - COMMITTEES: Looking Beyond Natcher, Obey, Smith Test Water
February 12 - Congressional Self-Reform Put on Slow Track
February 12 - CQ ROUNDTABLE: Everyone Loses When 'Everybody Does It'
February 12 - ETHICS: Packwood Headed Back to Court
February 12 - HOUSE VOTES: 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26
February 12 - November 1993 Lobby Registrations: Corporations and Businesses
February 12 - November 1993 Lobby Registrations: Foreign Governments
February 12 - November 1993 Lobby Registrations: Interest Groups
February 12 - November 1993 Lobby Registrations: Labor Organizations
February 12 - November 1993 Lobby Registrations: Miscellaneous
February 12 - November 1993 Lobby Registrations: State, Local Governments; Utilities
February 12 - November 1993 Lobby Registrations: Trade/Professional Associations
February 12 - Rostenkowski Repays $82,000 For Questionable Purchases
February 12 - SECTION NOTES: Gunderson Announces Personal Term Limit
February 12 - SENATE VOTES: 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42, 43, 44, 45
February 12 - TERM LIMITS: Opponents Win First Round
February 12 - TEXAS: Hutchison Found Innocent Of All Ethics Charges
February 12 - WHAT'S AHEAD: Balanced Budget, Health Keep Congress Busy
February 19 - 1994 State and Congressional
February 19 - As His Party Faces the Voters, Clinton Raises the Stakes
February 19 - CONGRESSIONAL DEPARTURES (chart)
February 19 - CORRECTION: House Television Cameras
February 19 - CORRECTION: Rostenkowski story byline.
February 19 - CQ ROUNDTABLE: The GOP Should Be Wary Of 1994's Heady Wine
February 19 - Democrats' Big Defense (chart)
February 19 - DEPARTURES: Mathews, Derrick, Carr To Retire
February 19 - Drawing - and Redrawing - the Line A Roundup of Redistricting Lawsuits
February 19 - ETHICS: Packwood Loses Again On Protecting Diaries
February 19 - ETHICS: Rostenkowski Gives His Explanation
February 19 - FEC Reports For Senate Candidates (chart)
February 19 - GOP Hopes for Senate Gains (chart)
February 19 - Health Care: A Perilous Issue
February 19 - House Incumbents Raise Money At Record Rate for 1994
February 19 - House Incumbents' Fundraising and Cash
February 19 - HOUSE VOTE 27 (chart)
February 19 - Incumbents Call It Quits At Record Clip
February 19 - INVESTIGATIONS: Rostenkowski Explains Why He Repaid Government
February 19 - Midterm Facts
February 19 - Postwar Midterm House Elections (chart)
February 19 - Senate Incumbents Not a Bad Bet, But Action Is in the Open Races
February 19 - SPECIAL REPORT -- Rolling the Dice: Alabama
February 19 - SPECIAL REPORT -- Rolling the Dice: Alaska
February 19 - SPECIAL REPORT -- Rolling the Dice: Arizona
February 19 - SPECIAL REPORT -- Rolling the Dice: Arkansas
February 19 - SPECIAL REPORT -- Rolling the Dice: California
February 19 - SPECIAL REPORT -- Rolling the Dice: Colorado
February 19 - SPECIAL REPORT -- Rolling the Dice: Connecticut
February 19 - SPECIAL REPORT -- Rolling the Dice: Delaware
February 19 - SPECIAL REPORT -- Rolling the Dice: Florida
February 19 - SPECIAL REPORT -- Rolling the Dice: Georgia
February 19 - SPECIAL REPORT -- Rolling the Dice: Hawaii
February 19 - SPECIAL REPORT -- Rolling the Dice: Idaho
February 19 - SPECIAL REPORT -- Rolling the Dice: Illinois
February 19 - SPECIAL REPORT -- Rolling the Dice: Indiana
February 19 - SPECIAL REPORT -- Rolling the Dice: Iowa
February 19 - SPECIAL REPORT -- Rolling the Dice: Kansas
February 19 - SPECIAL REPORT -- Rolling the Dice: Kentucky
February 19 - SPECIAL REPORT -- Rolling the Dice: Louisiana
February 19 - SPECIAL REPORT -- Rolling the Dice: Maine
February 19 - SPECIAL REPORT -- Rolling the Dice: Maryland
February 19 - SPECIAL REPORT -- Rolling the Dice: Massachusetts
February 19 - SPECIAL REPORT -- Rolling the Dice: Michigan
February 19 - SPECIAL REPORT -- Rolling the Dice: Minnesota
February 19 - SPECIAL REPORT -- Rolling the Dice: Mississippi
February 19 - SPECIAL REPORT -- Rolling the Dice: Missouri
February 19 - SPECIAL REPORT -- Rolling the Dice: Montana
February 19 - SPECIAL REPORT -- Rolling the Dice: Nebraska
February 19 - SPECIAL REPORT -- Rolling the Dice: Nevada
February 19 - SPECIAL REPORT -- Rolling the Dice: New Hampshire
February 19 - SPECIAL REPORT -- Rolling the Dice: New Jersey
February 19 - SPECIAL REPORT -- Rolling the Dice: New Mexico
February 19 - SPECIAL REPORT -- Rolling the Dice: New York
February 19 - SPECIAL REPORT -- Rolling the Dice: North Carolina
February 19 - SPECIAL REPORT -- Rolling the Dice: North Dakota
February 19 - SPECIAL REPORT -- Rolling the Dice: Ohio
February 19 - SPECIAL REPORT -- Rolling the Dice: Oklahoma
February 19 - SPECIAL REPORT -- Rolling the Dice: Oregon
February 19 - SPECIAL REPORT -- Rolling the Dice: Pennsylvania
February 19 - SPECIAL REPORT -- Rolling the Dice: Rhode Island
February 19 - SPECIAL REPORT -- Rolling the Dice: South Carolina
February 19 - SPECIAL REPORT -- Rolling the Dice: South Dakota
February 19 - SPECIAL REPORT -- Rolling the Dice: Tennessee
February 19 - SPECIAL REPORT -- Rolling the Dice: Texas
February 19 - SPECIAL REPORT -- Rolling the Dice: Utah
February 19 - SPECIAL REPORT -- Rolling the Dice: Vermont
February 19 - SPECIAL REPORT -- Rolling the Dice: Virginia
February 19 - SPECIAL REPORT -- Rolling the Dice: Washington
February 19 - SPECIAL REPORT -- Rolling the Dice: West Virginia
February 19 - SPECIAL REPORT -- Rolling the Dice: Wisconsin
February 19 - SPECIAL REPORT -- Rolling the Dice: Wyoming
February 19 - Status of Major Legislation: 103rd Congress
February 19 - The 'Rusty' Machine Cranks Back to Life in Chicago
February 19 - Top Challengers (chart)
February 19 - Ward System Still Packs a Punch
February 19 - WHAT'S AHEAD: Supporters Seek Votes For Balanced Budget
February 26 - CQ ROUNDTABLE: Incumbent Governors Face Tough Battles
February 26 - ETHICS: Packwood Asks Supreme Court To Stop Transfer of Diaries
February 26 - HOUSE VOTES: 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33
February 26 - INVESTIGATIONS: Sen. Durenberger Re-Indicted
February 26 - NATION OF ISLAM: House Denounces Remarks As 'Racist' Speech
February 26 - Oklahoma's 6th At A Glance (chart)
February 26 - Rostenkowski Probe Near End; GOP Urges House Inquiry
February 26 - SECTION NOTES: Dornan Announces He'll Serve One More Term if Re-elected
February 26 - SECTION NOTES: Entire Nebraska Delegation Meets Filing Deadline
February 26 - SECTION NOTES: Ex-Tennessee Senator Will Run Against Sarbanes in Maryland
February 26 - SECTION NOTES: Indiana GOP Front-Runner Misses Filing Deadline
February 26 - SECTION NOTES: Orton Will Run Again for House, Won't Try for Hatch's Seat
February 26 - SENATE VOTE: 46
February 26 - Special Election in 6th District A Matter of Conservatism
February 26 - Suspicion of Government Solutions Lingers in Small-Town America
February 26 - WHAT'S AHEAD: Senate Braces for Votes On Budget Amendment
March 5 - 1994 COMMITTEE SUPPLEMENT: Committees at Work - Stress Test
March 5 - 1994 COMMITTEE SUPPLEMENT: Democratic Policy Committee
March 5 - 1994 COMMITTEE SUPPLEMENT: Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee
March 5 - 1994 COMMITTEE SUPPLEMENT: Democratic Steering Committee
March 5 - 1994 COMMITTEE SUPPLEMENT: Health Care Turf House Veterans Affairs
March 5 - 1994 COMMITTEE SUPPLEMENT: Health Care Turf Senate Armed Services Committee
March 5 - 1994 COMMITTEE SUPPLEMENT: House Administration
March 5 - 1994 COMMITTEE SUPPLEMENT: House Agriculture
March 5 - 1994 COMMITTEE SUPPLEMENT: House Appropriations
March 5 - 1994 COMMITTEE SUPPLEMENT: House Armed Services
March 5 - 1994 COMMITTEE SUPPLEMENT: House Armed Services Committee Health Care Turf
March 5 - 1994 COMMITTEE SUPPLEMENT: House Banking, Finance and Urban Affairs
March 5 - 1994 COMMITTEE SUPPLEMENT: House Budget
March 5 - 1994 COMMITTEE SUPPLEMENT: House Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee
March 5 - 1994 COMMITTEE SUPPLEMENT: House Democratic Party Committees
March 5 - 1994 COMMITTEE SUPPLEMENT: House Democratic Personnel Committee
March 5 - 1994 COMMITTEE SUPPLEMENT: House Democratic Steering and Policy Committee
March 5 - 1994 COMMITTEE SUPPLEMENT: House District of Columbia
March 5 - 1994 COMMITTEE SUPPLEMENT: House Education and Labor
March 5 - 1994 COMMITTEE SUPPLEMENT: House Education and Labor Health Care Turf
March 5 - 1994 COMMITTEE SUPPLEMENT: House Energy and Commerce
March 5 - 1994 COMMITTEE SUPPLEMENT: House Energy and Commerce Health Care Turf
March 5 - 1994 COMMITTEE SUPPLEMENT: House Foreign Affairs
March 5 - 1994 COMMITTEE SUPPLEMENT: House Government Operations
March 5 - 1994 COMMITTEE SUPPLEMENT: House Government Operations Health Care Turf
March 5 - 1994 COMMITTEE SUPPLEMENT: House Judiciary
March 5 - 1994 COMMITTEE SUPPLEMENT: House Judiciary Health Care Turf
March 5 - 1994 COMMITTEE SUPPLEMENT: House Natural Resources
March 5 - 1994 COMMITTEE SUPPLEMENT: House Natural Resources Health Care Turf
March 5 - 1994 COMMITTEE SUPPLEMENT: House Officers and Committees - 103rd Congress
March 5 - 1994 COMMITTEE SUPPLEMENT: House Post Office and Civil Service
March 5 - 1994 COMMITTEE SUPPLEMENT: House Post Office and Civil Service Health Care Turf
March 5 - 1994 COMMITTEE SUPPLEMENT: House Public Works and Transportation
March 5 - 1994 COMMITTEE SUPPLEMENT: House Republican Committee on Committees
March 5 - 1994 COMMITTEE SUPPLEMENT: House Republican Party Committees
March 5 - 1994 COMMITTEE SUPPLEMENT: House Republican Policy Committee
March 5 - 1994 COMMITTEE SUPPLEMENT: House Republican Research Committee
March 5 - 1994 COMMITTEE SUPPLEMENT: House Rules
March 5 - 1994 COMMITTEE SUPPLEMENT: House Science, Space and Technology
March 5 - 1994 COMMITTEE SUPPLEMENT: House Select Intelligence
March 5 - 1994 COMMITTEE SUPPLEMENT: House Small Business
March 5 - 1994 COMMITTEE SUPPLEMENT: House Standards of Official Conduct
March 5 - 1994 COMMITTEE SUPPLEMENT: House Veterans' Affairs
March 5 - 1994 COMMITTEE SUPPLEMENT: House Ways and Means
March 5 - 1994 COMMITTEE SUPPLEMENT: House Ways and Means Health Care Turf
March 5 - 1994 COMMITTEE SUPPLEMENT: Joint Economic Committee
March 5 - 1994 COMMITTEE SUPPLEMENT: Joint Library Committee
March 5 - 1994 COMMITTEE SUPPLEMENT: Joint Printing Committee
March 5 - 1994 COMMITTEE SUPPLEMENT: Joint Taxation Committee
March 5 - 1994 COMMITTEE SUPPLEMENT: Key to Listings
March 5 - 1994 COMMITTEE SUPPLEMENT: National Republican Congressional Committee
March 5 - 1994 COMMITTEE SUPPLEMENT: National Republican Senatorial Committee
March 5 - 1994 COMMITTEE SUPPLEMENT: Representatives Names and Numbers
March 5 - 1994 COMMITTEE SUPPLEMENT: Senate Agriculture, Nutrition and Forestry
March 5 - 1994 COMMITTEE SUPPLEMENT: Senate Appropriations
March 5 - 1994 COMMITTEE SUPPLEMENT: Senate Armed Services
March 5 - 1994 COMMITTEE SUPPLEMENT: Senate Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs
March 5 - 1994 COMMITTEE SUPPLEMENT: Senate Budget
March 5 - 1994 COMMITTEE SUPPLEMENT: Senate Commerce, Science, Transportation
March 5 - 1994 COMMITTEE SUPPLEMENT: Senate Democratic Party Committees
March 5 - 1994 COMMITTEE SUPPLEMENT: Senate Energy and Natural Resources
March 5 - 1994 COMMITTEE SUPPLEMENT: Senate Environment and Public Works
March 5 - 1994 COMMITTEE SUPPLEMENT: Senate Finance
March 5 - 1994 COMMITTEE SUPPLEMENT: Senate Finance Health Care Turf
March 5 - 1994 COMMITTEE SUPPLEMENT: Senate Foreign Relations
March 5 - 1994 COMMITTEE SUPPLEMENT: Senate Governmental Affairs
March 5 - 1994 COMMITTEE SUPPLEMENT: Senate Indian Affairs
March 5 - 1994 COMMITTEE SUPPLEMENT: Senate Indian Affairs Health Care Turf
March 5 - 1994 COMMITTEE SUPPLEMENT: Senate Judiciary
March 5 - 1994 COMMITTEE SUPPLEMENT: Senate Judiciary Health Care Turf
March 5 - 1994 COMMITTEE SUPPLEMENT: Senate Labor and Human Resources
March 5 - 1994 COMMITTEE SUPPLEMENT: Senate Labor and Human Resources Health Care Turf
March 5 - 1994 COMMITTEE SUPPLEMENT: Senate Officers and Committees - 103rd Congress
March 5 - 1994 COMMITTEE SUPPLEMENT: Senate Republican Committee on Committees
March 5 - 1994 COMMITTEE SUPPLEMENT: Senate Republican Party Committees
March 5 - 1994 COMMITTEE SUPPLEMENT: Senate Republican Policy Committee
March 5 - 1994 COMMITTEE SUPPLEMENT: Senate Rules and Administration
March 5 - 1994 COMMITTEE SUPPLEMENT: Senate Select Ethics
March 5 - 1994 COMMITTEE SUPPLEMENT: Senate Select Intelligence
March 5 - 1994 COMMITTEE SUPPLEMENT: Senate Small Business
March 5 - 1994 COMMITTEE SUPPLEMENT: Senate Special Aging
March 5 - 1994 COMMITTEE SUPPLEMENT: Senate Veterans' Affairs
March 5 - 1994 COMMITTEE SUPPLEMENT: SENATORS Names and Numbers
March 5 - 1994 COMMITTEE SUPPLEMENT: SENATORS' ASSIGNMENTS
March 5 - 1994 COMMITTEE SUPPLEMENT: Veterans' Affairs Health Care Turf
March 5 - A Tale of Two Votes
March 5 - BASE CLOSINGS: Specter Goes to Supreme Court To Keep Shipyard Afloat
March 5 - Challenges to Seniority
March 5 - CQ ROUNDTABLE: GOP's Pitch May Ring Hollow in '94 Races
March 5 - Crime Fund Gathers Steam
March 5 - Degrees of Discipline
March 5 - Delays Buy Time for Undecideds
March 5 - ETHICS: Packwood Loses in High Court; Diary Transfer To Begin
March 5 - Four Voices Shaping the Debate
March 5 - HEALTH: GOP Seeks Unity To Bargain With Democrats
March 5 - HOUSE COMMITTEE SUPPLEMENT: House Merchant Marine and Fisheries
March 5 - HOUSE VOTES: 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41
March 5 - Hyatt: Running With Clinton
March 5 - Illness Ends Natcher's Voting Streak
March 5 - INVESTIGATIONS: House Rejects GOP Request For Rostenkowski Inquiry
March 5 - LEADERSHIP: Mitchell's Retirement Roils Senate Outlook
March 5 - LOBBYING: New Senate Proposal Seeks More Gift Restrictions
March 5 - Mitchell Decision Adds Spark To a Quiet Election Year
March 5 - Ohio Republicans Seize Crime, Health Issues
March 5 - REPRESENTATIVES' ASSIGNMENTS
March 5 - Senate Ethics Revisions Aim To Ease Process
March 5 - SENATE VOTES: 47, 48, 49
March 5 - Seniority System Tested By Smith-Obey Face-Off
March 5 - State By State (chart)
March 5 - THE BUDGET: Politically Inflamed Issue Settled As Budget Amendment Fails
March 5 - The Retiring Senators (chart)
March 5 - The Voters' Wariness
March 5 - WHAT'S AHEAD: House Will Consider Budget Resolution
March 12 - ADMINISTRATION: House Panel Finds a Way To Finesse Staff Cuts
March 12 - CALIFORNIA, NEBRASKA: Filings Produce No Surprises
March 12 - CAMPAIGN '94 NOTES: Businessman Ferguson Joins Michigan Senate Race
March 12 - CAMPAIGN '94 NOTES: Court Permits Campaigning Despite N.C. Map Dispute
March 12 - CAMPAIGN '94 NOTES: New Jersey House Speaker Seeks Lautenberg Seat
March 12 - CAMPAIGN '94 NOTES: North Dakota Lineups Taking Shape
March 12 - CAMPAIGN '94 NOTES: Robb Defends His Integrity In Letter to State, Media
March 12 - CAMPAIGN '94 NOTES: Term Limits for Congress Axed by Arkansas Judge
March 12 - Congressional Departures (chart)
March 12 - Correction: House Vote 40
March 12 - CORRECTION: Special Report
March 12 - Democratic Leaders
March 12 - Divisions Behind the Scenes
March 12 - Fiske's Letter to Committees
March 12 - From Mentors to Self-Promotion
March 12 - Helmsmen of the Probes
March 12 - HOUSE VOTES: 42, 43, 44, 45, 46, 47, 49, 50, 51, 52
March 12 - LOBBY: House GOP Spurns Gift Ban
March 12 - March 8 Texas Primary Results and
March 12 - Mitchell Retirement Sets Off A Cascade of Candidacies
March 12 - OKLAHOMA: Webber Wins Democratic Nod; GOP Candidates in Runoff
March 12 - OREGON: Crowded Fields Develop In Three House Races
March 12 - Picking Electoral Winners
March 12 - Power in the Twilight
March 12 - Race To Fill Mitchell's Shoes Highlights Party Divisions
March 12 - SENATE VOTES: 50, 51, 52, 53, 54, 55
March 12 - Status of Major Legislation: 103rd Congress - 2nd Session
March 12 - TEXAS: Two Houston Democrats Foiled; Senate Race Goes to Runoff
March 12 - WHAT'S AHEAD: First House Votes Set On Health Overhaul
March 19 - A Passion for Legislating
March 19 - CALIFORNIA: Two Hamburg Predecessors Bow Into Race Belatedly
March 19 - CAMPAIGN '94 NOTES: Rep. Sisisky To Run for House, Out of Virginia Senate Race
March 19 - CAMPAIGN '94 NOTES: Term Limit Backers Seek Supreme Court Help
March 19 - CAMPAIGN '94 NOTES: Wynia Gets Early Advantage In Minnesota Senate Race
March 19 - CORRECTION: Health Subcommittee Markup
March 19 - CORRECTION: House vote.
March 19 - COVER STORY: Race for Appropriations Chair Pits Activism vs. Stability
March 19 - CQ ROUNDTABLE: Two Careers Confuse Term Limit Debate
March 19 - ETHICS: Packwood Relents On Diaries
March 19 - Hearings on Whitewater Now a Certainty
March 19 - HOUSE VOTES: 53, 54, 55, 56, 57, 58, 59, 60, 62, 63, 64, 65, 66, 67, 68, 69, 70, 71, 72
March 19 - HOUSE: Decorum Is in Short Supply At First 'Oxford' Debate
March 19 - ILLINOIS: Rostenkowski's Ground Troops Carry the Day in Chicago
March 19 - LOBBYING: House May Take Up Gift Ban; Senate Sends Bill to Panel
March 19 - March 15 Illinois Primary
March 19 - President Bucks Tradition With Role in Primaries
March 19 - RETIREMENT: Rep. Fish To Retire, Citing Illness
March 19 - RULES: Delegate Votes Are Nullified
March 19 - SECTION NOTES: Babbitt Offers New Plan In Grazing Fee Dispute
March 19 - SENATE VOTES: 56, 57, 58, 59, 60, 61, 62
March 19 - Senators Search for Compromises
March 19 - Stubborn Power
March 19 - Studds' Balancing Act
March 19 - THE BUDGET: House Leadership, Freshmen Key In Budget Amendment's Defeat
March 19 - THE BUDGET: House Leadership, Freshmen Key In Budget Amendment's Defeat
March 19 - UTAH/IOWA: Sen. Hatch's Path Gets a Bit Easier
March 19 - VIRGINIA: Reagan Letter Faults North
March 19 - WHAT'S AHEAD: House Democrats To Pick Appropriations Chair
March 26 - A Jolt for the Seniority System
March 26 - Appropriations Under Obey Will Have a Harder Edge
March 26 - CAMPAIGN NOTES: Boren Vows To Finish Year If Named to College Post
March 26 - CAMPAIGN NOTES: Candidates Still Emerging In Virginia Senate Race
March 26 - CAMPAIGN NOTES: Key Whitewater Figure Files As Candidate for Congress
March 26 - CAMPAIGN NOTES: No GOP Primary Necessary In Montana Senate Race
March 26 - CAMPAIGN NOTES: Sen. Wallop Rules Out Run For Governor of Wyoming
March 26 - CQ ROUNDTABLE: A Chance To Transcend Parochial Concerns
March 26 - FOREIGN POLICY: Defining the National Interest: A Process of Trial and Error
March 26 - House OKs Whitewater Inquiry; Clinton Deflects New Charges
March 26 - HOUSE VOTES: 73, 74, 75, 76, 77, 78, 79, 80, 81, 82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 87, 88, 89, 90, 91, 92, 93, 94, 95
March 26 - LEADERSHIP: Daschle's Entry Opens Race To Replace Mitchell
March 26 - LOBBYING: When Push Comes to Shove, House Votes for Gift Ban
March 26 - OPERATIONS: House OKs Committee Budgets; GOP Fails To Increase Share
March 26 - OPERATIONS: Senate Shifts Top Aides
March 26 - PRESIDENTIAL NEWS CONFERENCE: President Seeks To Move Beyond Whitewater
March 26 - SECTION NOTES: Republicans Slow Action On Shearer Nomination
March 26 - Selling Congress on the U.N.
March 26 - SENATE VOTES: 63, 64, 65, 66, 67, 68, 69, 70, 71, 72, 73, 74, 75, 76, 77, 78
March 26 - The Intellectual and the Scrapper
March 26 - WHAT'S AHEAD: Crime Bill, Health Care Await Congress' Return
March 26 - WHITEWATER: Leach Details His Charges In House Floor Speech
April 2 - CAMPAIGN NOTES: DSCC Prepared: Response Ready Before Criticism
April 2 - CAMPAIGN NOTES: Election To Replace Natcher Likely To Be May 24
April 2 - CAMPAIGN NOTES: Michigan County Officials Switch to Romney
April 2 - CAMPAIGN NOTES: New Louisiana Map Near Delegation Approval
April 2 - CAMPAIGN NOTES: South Carolina Map Becomes Law
April 2 - CAMPAIGN NOTES: State Treasurer To Challenge Mississippi's Parker
April 2 - Coelho's 1981 Overhaul
April 2 - CORRECTION: Illinois election results.
April 2 - COVER STORY: Voters' Hostility Is Shaping The Business of Congress
April 2 - CQ ROUNDTABLE: GOP's Haley Barbour Faces Daunting Task
April 2 - FILINGS: Lineup Set for Primaries In Four More States
April 2 - GOP Fundraiser Raises Sights
April 2 - House Democrats Divide on Welfare
April 2 - OBITUARY: Fealty to Duty: Natcher's Death Marks the End of an Era
April 2 - Public Laws
April 2 - SENATE VOTES: 79, 80, 81, 82, 83, 84, 85, 86
April 2 - Smith, Mollohan in Line
April 2 - Status of Major Legislation: 103rd Congress - 2nd Session
April 2 - The Highs and Lows of Public Regard
April 2 - WHAT'S AHEAD: Lawmakers To Gather For Natcher Funeral
April 9 - All Eyes Turn to Mitchell On Court Nomination
April 9 - An Elusive Oversight Hearing
April 9 - CAMPAIGN NOTES: 'Big Daddy' To Race In Florida's 5th
April 9 - CAMPAIGN NOTES: Baesler Confirms Plans To Run for Governor
April 9 - CAMPAIGN NOTES: First-Round Primaries In May and June
April 9 - CAMPAIGN NOTES: Journalist Seeking Swift's Seat In Washington State
April 9 - CAMPAIGN NOTES: Unexpected Contender Emerges in Maine
April 9 - CONGRESSIONAL DEPARTURES (chart)
April 9 - CORRECTION: Public approval of Congress.
April 9 - CQ ROUNDTABLE: Making a Difference In Difficult Times
April 9 - Democrats Prepare Final Push To Get Bill to President
April 9 - ETHICS: Ex-Rep. Hubbard Pleads Guilty
April 9 - ETHICS: Members May Get 'Safe Harbor' From Obscure Gift Provision
April 9 - FILINGS: Candidates Line Up for Chance To Succeed Rep. Whitten
April 9 - Message From the Home Folks: Seek Wisdom in Moderation
April 9 - Mitchell Chooses His Words Carefully But Doesn't Shy From Controversy
April 9 - Mitchell on the Justices
April 9 - OKLAHOMA 6TH: With Republican Now in Place, District To Vote in May
April 9 - Opportunities To Balance the Budget Show Gulf Between Desire, Practice
April 9 - Possible Nominees
April 9 - RETIREMENTS: Bacchus, Rowland Join the List Of Retiring House Members
April 9 - Status of Major Legislation: 103rd Congress - 2nd Session
April 9 - Talk-Radio Hosts Decide to Go Off the Air and on the Ballot
April 9 - The Feedback Factor
April 9 - Tuning In With Voters
April 9 - VOTING RIGHTS: Controversial Way To Vote Ordered
April 9 - WHAT'S AHEAD: Crime, Budget Will Top The List After Recess
April 9 - Whitten Will End His Tenure As Longest-Serving Member
April 16 - Bills: House vs. Senate
April 16 - CAMPAIGN NOTES: Kentucky Candidates Set For Natcher Succession
April 16 - CAMPAIGN NOTES: Louisiana Special Session Will Redraw Districts
April 16 - CAMPAIGN NOTES: Sullivan Run in Wyoming Lifts Democrats' Hopes
April 16 - CAMPAIGN NOTES: Warner Stand on North Rankles Virginia GOP
April 16 - CQ ROUNDTABLE: Is Star Quality Portable? Brock Will Find Out
April 16 - Daschle, Sasser Become Focus Of Race To Succeed Mitchell
April 16 - Democrats Anoint Millionaire To Battle Sen. Hutchison
April 16 - Feinstein Pulls Out All the Stops
April 16 - FILINGS: Incumbents Draw Challengers But Look Safe in Primaries
April 16 - HEALTH: Congress Moves to Middle On Overhaul Bills
April 16 - HOUSE VOTES: 96, 97, 98, 99, 100, 101, 102, 103, 104, 105, 106, 107, 108, 109, 110, 111, 112
April 16 - Mitchell's Forgone Court Opportunity Shows High Stakes of Health Debate
April 16 - NEWS CONFERENCE: Senate Duty Swayed Decision About Court, Mitchell Says
April 16 - Outsider Picked at Appropriations
April 16 - RETIREMENT: Florida's Hutto Stepping Down
April 16 - SENATE VOTES: 87, 88, 89, 90, 91, 92
April 16 - Status of Major Legislation: 103rd Congress - 2nd Session
April 16 - Texas Runoff Results (chart)
April 16 - WHAT'S AHEAD House Set To Wrap Up Anti-Crime Bill
April 23 - 9th Lures Strong GOP Field
April 23 - A Health Care Holdout
April 23 - Bread-and-Butter Issues Set the Tone for the '94 Pennsylvania Contests
April 23 - Campaign '94: A Volatile Season As Voter Discontent Lingers
April 23 - CONGRESSIONAL DEPARTURE (chart)
April 23 - Conservative Democrat Challenged
April 23 - CQ ROUNDTABLE: The End of the Senate's Leadership Ladder
April 23 - Democrats' Tasks Get Tougher (chart)
April 23 - GOP's Bid Remains Strong (chart)
April 23 - HOUSE VOTES: 113, 114, 115, 116, 117, 118, 119, 120, 121, 122, 123, 124, 125, 126, 127, 128, 129, 130, 131, 132, 133, 134, 135, 136, 137, 138, 139, 140, 141, 142, 143, 144, 145
April 23 - Indiana 7 (chart)
April 23 - LOBBYING: Senators Prod Gift Limits Bill To Committee Markup
April 23 - MARCH 31 FEC REPORTS FOR SENATE CANDIDATES (CHART)
April 23 - Oregon 2 Congressional District
April 23 - PENNSYLVANIA: Foes in Democratic Races Battle On Streets of Philadelphia
April 23 - PERQUISITES: Senate Holds Fast To Free Parking
April 23 - POLITICS -- NORTH CAROLINA: Longtime Democratic Stronghold Now Up for Grabs in 2nd
April 23 - PROVISIONS: Lobbying and Gift Bills Compared
April 23 - Race May Get Wilder
April 23 - Retirements Alter State's Political Face
April 23 - Robb Retains Edge in Primary
April 23 - Senate Race Narrows to Two; No. 3 Job Suddenly Opens
April 23 - SENATE VOTES: 93, 94, 95, 96
April 23 - Sharp's Decision Set Off Scramble
April 23 - SPECIAL REPORT -- INDIANA: Rep. Myers Battles Perception He Has 'Been in Too Long'
April 23 - SPECIAL REPORT -- MISSISSIPPI: Stakes High in Whitten's District As GOP Makes Inroads
April 23 - SPECIAL REPORT -- OREGON: Geography Overshadows Ideology In Race for Smith's House Seat
April 23 - SPECIAL REPORT -- SPRING PRIMARIES: ALABAMA
April 23 - SPECIAL REPORT -- SPRING PRIMARIES: ALASKA
April 23 - SPECIAL REPORT -- SPRING PRIMARIES: ARIZONA
April 23 - SPECIAL REPORT -- SPRING PRIMARIES: ARKANSAS
April 23 - SPECIAL REPORT -- SPRING PRIMARIES: California
April 23 - SPECIAL REPORT -- SPRING PRIMARIES: COLORADO
April 23 - SPECIAL REPORT -- SPRING PRIMARIES: CONNECTICUT
April 23 - SPECIAL REPORT -- SPRING PRIMARIES: DELAWARE
April 23 - SPECIAL REPORT -- SPRING PRIMARIES: FLORIDA
April 23 - SPECIAL REPORT -- SPRING PRIMARIES: GEORGIA
April 23 - SPECIAL REPORT -- SPRING PRIMARIES: HAWAII
April 23 - SPECIAL REPORT -- SPRING PRIMARIES: IDAHO
April 23 - SPECIAL REPORT -- SPRING PRIMARIES: ILLINOIS
April 23 - SPECIAL REPORT -- SPRING PRIMARIES: Iowa
April 23 - SPECIAL REPORT -- SPRING PRIMARIES: KANSAS
April 23 - SPECIAL REPORT -- SPRING PRIMARIES: Kentucky
April 23 - SPECIAL REPORT -- SPRING PRIMARIES: LOUISIANA
April 23 - SPECIAL REPORT -- SPRING PRIMARIES: Maine
April 23 - SPECIAL REPORT -- SPRING PRIMARIES: MARYLAND
April 23 - SPECIAL REPORT -- SPRING PRIMARIES: MASSACHUSETTS
April 23 - SPECIAL REPORT -- SPRING PRIMARIES: MICHIGAN
April 23 - SPECIAL REPORT -- SPRING PRIMARIES: MINNESOTA
April 23 - SPECIAL REPORT -- SPRING PRIMARIES: MISSOURI
April 23 - SPECIAL REPORT -- SPRING PRIMARIES: Montana
April 23 - SPECIAL REPORT -- SPRING PRIMARIES: Nebraska
April 23 - SPECIAL REPORT -- SPRING PRIMARIES: NEVADA
April 23 - SPECIAL REPORT -- SPRING PRIMARIES: NEW HAMPSHIRE
April 23 - SPECIAL REPORT -- SPRING PRIMARIES: New Jersey
April 23 - SPECIAL REPORT -- SPRING PRIMARIES: New Mexico
April 23 - SPECIAL REPORT -- SPRING PRIMARIES: NEW YORK
April 23 - SPECIAL REPORT -- SPRING PRIMARIES: North Dakota
April 23 - SPECIAL REPORT -- SPRING PRIMARIES: Ohio
April 23 - SPECIAL REPORT -- SPRING PRIMARIES: OKLAHOMA
April 23 - SPECIAL REPORT -- SPRING PRIMARIES: RHODE ISLAND
April 23 - SPECIAL REPORT -- SPRING PRIMARIES: SOUTH CAROLINA
April 23 - SPECIAL REPORT -- SPRING PRIMARIES: South Dakota
April 23 - SPECIAL REPORT -- SPRING PRIMARIES: TENNESSEE
April 23 - SPECIAL REPORT -- SPRING PRIMARIES: TEXAS
April 23 - SPECIAL REPORT -- SPRING PRIMARIES: Utah
April 23 - SPECIAL REPORT -- SPRING PRIMARIES: VERMONT
April 23 - SPECIAL REPORT -- SPRING PRIMARIES: WASHINGTON
April 23 - SPECIAL REPORT -- SPRING PRIMARIES: West Virginia
April 23 - SPECIAL REPORT -- SPRING PRIMARIES: WISCONSIN
April 23 - SPECIAL REPORT -- SPRING PRIMARIES: WYOMING
April 23 - SPECIAL REPORT -- VIRGINIA: Long-Term Trends in State's GOP Culminate in North's Ascent
April 23 - Status of Major Legislation: 103rd Congress - 2nd Session
April 23 - WHAT'S AHEAD: Health Care, Banking, Bosnia Await Action
April 30 - An Eye on the Prize
April 30 - CAMPAIGN NOTES: Calvert Admits Lying About Auto Incident
April 30 - CAMPAIGN NOTES: Disparate Group Organizes, Hopes to Attract Perot
April 30 - CAMPAIGN NOTES: Minnesota Local Conventions Pick Favorites for Primary
April 30 - CAMPAIGN NOTES: Poll Says Voters Wary Of Unified Government
April 30 - Comparison of Current Rules on Gifts With Proposals To Add Restrictions
April 30 - CORRECTIONS: Lugar's length of service.
April 30 - CORRECTIONS: Mann votes on family leave.
April 30 - CQ ROUNDTABLE: The Watergate Babies: A Dissolving Force
April 30 - GEORGIA: Bishop, Gingrich Face Primary Foes
April 30 - HOUSE VOTES: 146, 147, 148
April 30 - LEADERSHIP: Ambitious House Democrats Line Up for Party Posts
April 30 - LOUISIANA: Redrawn Map Still Features Two Minority Districts
April 30 - OKLAHOMA: Boren Exit Likely to Draw Crowded Two-Party Field
April 30 - Senate Panel OKs Tight Limits On Gifts Members Can Take
April 30 - Status of Major Legislation: 103rd Congress - 2nd Session
April 30 - THE PRESIDENCY: Nixon's Congressional Legacy: New Checks on the Executive
April 30 - WHAT'S AHEAD: Focus on Arms Embargo, Assault Weapons Ban
May 7 - 2 Republicans Fighting It Out In Runoff for N.C.'s 9th
May 7 - A Political Novelty No More, Women Test Endurance
May 7 - Bad News for Cooper-Breaux Bill
May 7 - CAMPAIGN NOTES: LaRouche Candidates Do Well In Indiana and Ohio
May 7 - CAMPAIGN NOTES: Minnesota Endorsements Rev Up Season
May 7 - CAMPAIGN NOTES: N.J. Candidate Withdraws, Reconfigures Primary
May 7 - CAMPAIGN NOTES: S.C. Redistricting Gets Justice OK
May 7 - CAMPAIGN NOTES: Shelby-To-GOP Rumors Surface Anew
May 7 - CQ ROUNDTABLE: A Generation of Voters Is Up for Grabs
May 7 - ETHICS: Proposed Charges Sent to Justice
May 7 - HOUSE VOTES: 149, 150, 151, 152, 153, 154, 155, 156, 157, 158, 159, 160, 161,
May 7 - How the Freshmen Voted (chart)
May 7 - INDIANA: Myers Steps Past 4 Challengers To Face Tough November Foe
May 7 - May 3 Indiana Primary
May 7 - May 3 North Carolina
May 7 - May 3 Ohio Primary Results (chart)
May 7 - OHIO: DeWine by a Mile, Hyatt by a Nose In Senate Primary Contests
May 7 - SENATE VOTES: 97, 98, 99, 100, 101, 102, 103, 104
May 7 - SPENDING CUTS: Backers of 'A to Z' Petition Still Lack Many Signatures
May 7 - Status of Major Legislation: 103rd Congress - 2nd Session
May 7 - Ticket to a Better Image? Bill Would Ban Gifts
May 7 - Veterans Who Switched
May 7 - WHAT'S AHEAD: Appropriations, Health Picking Up Steam
May 14 - 10 Members in Primary Jeopardy Reflect Anti-Incumbent Trends
May 14 - Agriculture Appropriations Subcommittee
May 14 - APPROPRIATIONS: Congressional Funds Slated for Increase
May 14 - CAMPAIGN FINANCE: FEC To Consider New Limits Banning Candidate Salaries
May 14 - Challenger Unseats Blackwell In Philadelphia Primary
May 14 - COMMERCE-STATE-JUSTICE APPROPRIATIONS
May 14 - DEFENSE APPROPRIATIONS SUBCOMMITTEE
May 14 - DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA APPROPRIATIONS
May 14 - ENERGY AND WATER APPROPRIATIONS
May 14 - FLORIDA: Mack Renominated; 4 Democrats File
May 14 - FOREIGN OPERATIONS SUBCOMMITTEE
May 14 - HOUSE VOTES: 162, 163, 164, 165, 166, 167, 168, 169, 170
May 14 - In an Unlikely Role for a Partisan Obey Already Is Making His Mark
May 14 - INTERIOR APPROPRIATIONS SUBCOMMITTEE
May 14 - Judge Breyer on Legislative Intent
May 14 - Key Differences in Gift Provisions
May 14 - LABOR-HHS APPROPRIATIONS SUBCOMMITTEE
May 14 - LEGISLATIVE BRANCH APPROPRIATIONS
May 14 - MICHIGAN: 6 Democrats Compete For Senate Seat
May 14 - MILITARY CONSTRUCTION APPROPRIATIONS
May 14 - Montgomery Girds for Battle Over Chairman's Post
May 14 - Nebraska Primary
May 14 - NEBRASKA: Newcomer Is Surprise Victor In 2nd's House Primary
May 14 - NEW MEMBER PROFILE: Frank D. Lucas, R-Okla. (6)
May 14 - OKLAHOMA: Republican Takes English's Seat
May 14 - Partial Sunshine (chart)
May 14 - Pennsylvania Primary
May 14 - Primary Testing (chart)
May 14 - PRIVILEGES: Easy Senate Passage Disguises Gift Bill Difficulties Ahead
May 14 - SENATE VOTES: 105, 106, 107, 108, 109, 110, 111, 112, 113
May 14 - SPECIAL REPORT: The Information Arena Players: Combatants on the Front Line
May 14 - Status of Major Legislation: 103rd Congress - 2nd Session
May 14 - Tight Caps and Tough Choices Await Appropriators
May 14 - TRANSPORTATION APPROPRIATIONS
May 14 - TREASURY-POSTAL APPROPRIATIONS SUBCOMMITTEE
May 14 - VA-HUD APPROPRIATIONS SUBCOMMITTEE
May 14 - West Virginia Primary
May 14 - WEST VIRGINIA: Byrd Easily Wins Renomination
May 14 - WHAT'S AHEAD: Key Committees Begin Health Care Debate
May 21 - APPROPRIATIONS: Congressional Spending Rises; '94 Shortfall a Problem
May 21 - APPROPRIATIONS: Panels Get Spending Allocations Amid Warnings of a Crunch
May 21 - CAMPAIGN NOTES: Former House Member Runs Again in N.Y.
May 21 - CAMPAIGN NOTES: Minnesota Completes Endorsement Season
May 21 - CLARIFICATION: Incumbents in primaries.
May 21 - CORRECTION: Weekly Report, p. 1258. Senate vote 113. HConRes218.
May 21 - CQ ROUNDTABLE: Women and Minorities Enjoy a Power Surge
May 21 - Democratic Opposites Compete In San Jose Shake-Up
May 21 - Health Industry Gives More; Aids Fiscal Fitness of Many
May 21 - HOUSE VOTES: 171, 172, 173, 174, 175, 176, 177, 178 179, 180, 181, 182, 183, 184, 185, 186
May 21 - INVESTIGATIONS: Rostenkowski Deal Possible, But Position in Jeopardy
May 21 - OREGON: Opposing Forces Will Meet Head-On in Fall Races
May 21 - ORGANIZATION: Fervor for Reform Wanes Amid Internal Misgivings
May 21 - Panel Sticks to Narrow Course, Rejects Moderating Attempts
May 21 - Panel Strikes Surprising Accord With Benefits, Cost Concept
May 21 - SECTION NOTES: Ethics Panel Broadens Packwood Probe
May 21 - SECTION NOTES: FEC Discusses Rules On Illegal Expenses
May 21 - SECTION NOTES: Leaders Dismiss Rumors Of 'Ghost' Voting
May 21 - Senate Votes: 114, 115, 116, 117, 118, 119, 120, 121, 122, 123, 124, 125, 126
May 21 - Spending on Congress (chart)
May 21 - TENNESSEE: Fourscore and Three Candidates Square Off for Primaries
May 21 - Tension on Senate Finance Puts Panel in Holding Pattern
May 21 - Ways and Means Relying on Chairman To Forge a Deal That Can Pass
May 21 - WHAT'S AHEAD: Agenda Overflowing As Recess Nears
May 23 - Status of Major Legislation: 103rd Congress - 2nd Session
May 28 - Arkansas Primary Results (chart)
May 28 - ARKANSAS: Despite National Spotlight, Primary Contests Quiet
May 28 - BASE CLOSINGS: House and Supreme Court Take Hands-Off Stance
May 28 - CAMPAIGN NOTES: $6.3 Million Fuels Gains For Huffington Campaign
May 28 - CAMPAIGN NOTES: Iowa Polling Under Way For '96 GOP Prospects
May 28 - CAMPAIGN NOTES: Republicans Make Choices For New York Ballot
May 28 - CAMPAIGN NOTES: Two Utah Republicans Easily Renominated
May 28 - Chronology of Probe Of House Post Office
May 28 - COVER STORY: In Chicago, Spotlight Shines On the Also-Rans
May 28 - COVER STORY: Ways and Means in Turmoil Over Chairman's Fate
May 28 - CQ ROUNDTABLE: Appropriations Scurry Tests Leaders' Clout
May 28 - Gibbons Waits His Turn
May 28 - GOP Wins Second Special Election in Two Weeks
May 28 - GOP's Chenoweth Shocks Leroy, Will Take On Rep. LaRocco
May 28 - HOUSE VOTES: 187, 188, 189, 190, 191, 192, 193, 194, 195, 196, 197, 198, 199, 200, 201, 202, 203, 204, 205, 206, 207, 208, 209, 210, 211, 212, 213, 214, 215, 216
May 28 - Idaho Primary Results (chart)
May 28 - Judgment Calls on a Career: The Rostenkowski Vigil
May 28 - Kentucky Primary Results and
May 28 - LAW/JUDICIARY: Independent Counsel Law Faces One Final Vote
May 28 - Legislative Spending (chart)
May 28 - Legislative Spending Bill Squeaks Through House
May 28 - NEW MEMBER PROFILE: Ron Lewis, R-Ky. (2)
May 28 - OKLAHOMA: Senate Election Set For November
May 28 - ORGANIZATION: Chairman To Fight Committee Cuts
May 28 - Others in the Wings
May 28 - SENATE VOTES: 127, 128, 129, 130, 131, 132, 133
May 28 - Slow Pace of Overhaul Frustrates Democrats
May 28 - Status of Major Legislation: 103rd Congress - 2nd Session
May 28 - The Chairman's Choice
May 28 - WHAT'S AHEAD: Rostenkowski Deadline Overshadows Recess
June 4 - 17 FELONY COUNTS
June 4 - A Prosecutor in the Limelight
June 4 - A Scion of the Spoils System
June 4 - A Summary of the Charges
June 4 - CAMPAIGN NOTES: Rep. Cooper Now Alone In Democratic Bid
June 4 - CAMPAIGN NOTES: S.C.'s Campbell Steps Away From Politics
June 4 - CAMPAIGN NOTES: Warner Raises Stakes In North Fight
June 4 - COVER STORY: Congress' Bad Apple Problem: A Blight That's Nothing New
June 4 - COVER STORY: From City Hall to City Streets, Hometown Support Is Strong
June 4 - COVER STORY: Ways and Means' Untested Chief Signals Continuity at Panel
June 4 - CQ ROUNDTABLE: Republicans on a Roll In House Elections
June 4 - FILINGS: Gubernatorial Races Dominate Elections in Three States
June 4 - GRAND JURY INDICTMENT: Document Details Allegations Against Rostenkowski
June 4 - Holder Says Rostenkowski Betrayed Public Trust
June 4 - Members Turn Their Attention To Court of Public Opinion
June 4 - NORTH CAROLINA: Myrick Easily Wins GOP Runoff in 9th
June 4 - Perot's Grass-Roots Organization A Growing Force in Hill Races
June 4 - Rostenkowski on Trial: Assessing the Charges
June 4 - Rostenkowski Statement
June 4 - Sam M. Gibbons, D-Fla.
June 4 - Status of Major Legislation: 103rd Congress - 2nd Session
June 4 - Status of Major Legislation: 103rd Congress - 2nd Session
June 11 - ALABAMA: Incumbents Sail By In State Primaries
June 11 - Behind Daschle's Mild Manner Is a Man on the Move
June 11 - CAMPAIGN NOTES: GOP's Hardy Drops Out In Missouri's 9th
June 11 - CAMPAIGN NOTES: Louisiana's Edwards Says He Will Not Run in '95
June 11 - CAMPAIGN NOTES: McCurdy Makes His Move, Will Seek Boren Seat
June 11 - CAMPAIGN NOTES: Minnesota Democrats Boost Wynia for Senate Seat
June 11 - CAMPAIGN NOTES: New Louisiana District Lines Approved by Justice
June 11 - Changing of the Guard
June 11 - CQ ROUNDTABLE: Even Amid World War, Politics Marched On
June 11 - EXECUTIVE BRANCH: Whitewater Talks Break Down; GOP Threatens Gridlock
June 11 - FILINGS: Some Incumbents Unaffected By Rash of Turnover Fever
June 11 - Finance Chairman's Bill Outline Becomes Bipartisan Flash Point
June 11 - Gibbons Bill Highlights
June 11 - Gibbons' Compromise Health Bill Gets Good Marks From CBO
June 11 - GOP Delegates Nominate North, But Party Offers Faint Praise
June 11 - HOUSE VOTES: 217, 218, 219, 220, 221, 222, 223, 224, 225, 226, 227, 228
June 11 - How Daschle and Sasser Voted
June 11 - IOWA: Branstad Edges Grandy In Governor's Primary
June 11 - Kennedy's Politics, Policy Collide
June 11 - Key Committees Bear Down On Overhaul Proposals
June 11 - MISSISSIPPI: Voters in the 1st District Create Double Runoff
June 11 - MONTANA: Mudd Ends Melcher Comeback, Eludes Burns' Reach
June 11 - Moynihan Plan a Starting Point
June 11 - NEW JERSEY: Conservative Republican Wins in 2nd District
June 11 - NEW MEXICO: McMillan Gets Nod To Face Bingaman
June 11 - ORGANIZATION: Senators' Resistance Strong, But Some Changes Advance
June 11 - Rostenkowski Goes on Attack; House To Release Records
June 11 - Senate Labor First Out of Gate With Approval of Overhaul Bill
June 11 - SOUTH DAKOTA: GOP Picks Janklow Over Miller
June 11 - SPECIAL REPORT: Choosing a New Leader
June 11 - The Boy Next Door
June 11 - The View on Sasser's Home Front
June 11 - True to Form, Sasser's Bid Required a Little Nudging
June 11 - Turnout Low as Voters Stay With Status Quo
June 11 - WHAT'S AHEAD: Whitewater Undertow Drags Senate Action
June 18 - A Different Spotlight
June 18 - APPROPRIATIONS: Senate Curbs Mass Mailings Except for Small States
June 18 - CAMPAIGN NOTE: Kentucky Democrats' Nod Goes to Owensboro Mayor
June 18 - CAMPAIGN NOTE: Swindle Eyes House Bid In Hawaii 1st District
June 18 - Congressional Departures (chart)
June 18 - CORRECTIONS/CLARIFICATIONS
June 18 - CQ ROUNDTABLE: Republicans Try Anew To End Deficit Traps
June 18 - Democrats Band Together To Repel Assault on Employer Mandate
June 18 - ETHICS: Court Refuses To Dismiss Case Against Rep. McDade
June 18 - EXECUTIVE BRANCH: Whitewater Hearings To Be Held On Democrats' Terms
June 18 - For Brewster, There's No Contest When It's District vs. Party Line
June 18 - Funds for Congress (chart)
June 18 - HEALTH CARE SCORE CARD
June 18 - House Committee Labors Through Its Liberal Health Package
June 18 - HOUSE VOTES: 229, 230, 231, 232, 233, 234, 235, 236, 237, 238, 239, 240, 241, 242, 243, 244, 245, 246, 247, 248, 249, 250, 251, 252
June 18 - MAINE: Snowe, Andrews Get Senate Nods; State Legislators Vie for House
June 18 - NATIONWIDE PRIMARY RESULTS (chart)
June 18 - REORGANIZATION: Panel Backs Senate Changes, But Fights Loom for Floor
June 18 - SECTION NOTES: Ethics Office Reauthorization Gets Committee Approval
June 18 - SENATE VOTES: 134, 135, 136, 137, 138, 139, 140, 142, 143, 144, 145, 146, 147, 148, 149, 150, 151, 152
June 18 - SOUTH CAROLINA: Spence Goes Unchallenged; Clyburn Faces Frasier
June 18 - Status of Major Legislation: 103rd Congress - 2nd Session
June 18 - VIRGINIA: Robb Wins, but Field Swells; Two Independents To Run
June 18 - What Senators Are Saying
June 18 - WHAT'S AHEAD: Whitewater Hearings Taking Shape
June 25 - Appeal of 'A to Z' Puts Leaders In a Precarious Position
June 25 - Arkansas Case a Crucible In Term Limit Debate
June 25 - CAMPAIGN NOTES: Minnesota Republicans Swerve to the Right
June 25 - CAMPAIGN NOTES: Redrawn District Map Sparks Another Suit
June 25 - CQ ROUNDTABLE: Hill's Growth Industry: Constituent Service
June 25 - EXECUTIVE BRANCH: On Party Lines, Senate Rejects GOP's Whitewater Proposal
June 25 - GOP Prepares Its Own March Through Georgia
June 25 - High Court Takes FEC Case
June 25 - HOUSE VOTES 253, 254, 255, 256, 257, 258, 259,
June 25 - How Mr. Z Found Mr. A
June 25 - LAW/JUDICIARY: House Clears Bill Reauthorizing Independent Counsel Law
June 25 - PROVISIONS: Independent Counsel
June 25 - SECTION NOTES: Ethics Office Reauthorization Advances in House
June 25 - SENATE VOTES 153, 154, 155, 156, 157, 158
June 25 - Status of Major Legislation: 103rd Congress - 2nd Session
June 25 - WHAT'S AHEAD: Communications, Bosnia Top House, Senate Lists
July 2 - A Disappointed Dingell
July 2 - ALABAMA: Easy Win in Republican Runoff Marks Comeback for James
July 2 - APPROPRIATIONS: Senate Clears Increased Budget That Includes Staff Pay Raises
July 2 - CQ ROUNDTABLE: Deciphering the Polls On the Health Issue
July 2 - FILINGS: Primary Ballots Overflowing In Arizona, Rhode Island
July 2 - Hearings Take Shape at Banking Panels
July 2 - HOUSE VOTES 275, 276, 277, 278, 279, 280, 281
July 2 - Legislative Spending (chart)
July 2 - MISSISSIPPI: State Legislators Win Runoffs To Try To Succeed Whitten
July 2 - PUBLISHER'S COMMENT: Point Your Gophers
July 2 - REDISTRICTING: Court Rules Out Florida Remap
July 2 - Results of Nationwide Runoffs
July 2 - SENATE VOTES 166, 167, 168, 169, 170, 171,
July 2 - Status of Major Legislation: 103rd Congress - 2nd Session
July 2 - UTAH: GOP Recount in 3rd Will Set Race
July 2 - WHAT'S AHEAD: Appropriations Speedup Precedes Health Care
July 9 - 1994 Exodus (chart)
July 9 - 1994 Open Senate Seats (chart)
July 9 - 1994's Open House Seats (chart)
July 9 - Breaking With Tradition?
July 9 - Clinton Health Care Overhaul Compared With Committee Bills
July 9 - CQ ROUNDTABLE: Summer's Big Debates Reflect Nation's Fear
July 9 - Democrats Go to High Gear As Senate Races Tighten
July 9 - Democrats' Worries Increase (chart)
July 9 - GOP Counts On Open Seats To Deliver Major Gains
July 9 - GOP Lineup Has Fewer Weak Spots (chart)
July 9 - In Conservative Tennessee, Nominees Vie for the Right
July 9 - Maine Weighs Traditions, Searches for Balance
July 9 - MARYLAND: Mfume Eyes Fall; Bartlett Beset
July 9 - Mixed Signals
July 9 - ORGANIZATION: Focus of 'Reform' Effort Shifts To Ending Hill's Exemptions
July 9 - Partisan Shifts in Midterms (chart)
July 9 - Rostenkowski's Counterattack: Charges Violate Constitution
July 9 - SENATE VOTES 179, 180, 181, 182, 183, 184, 185, 186, 187
July 9 - Status of Major Legislation: 103rd Congress - 2nd Session
July 9 - SUPREME COURT: Breyer's Bipartisan Appeal Extinguishes Fireworks
July 9 - What Lies in Store for Breyer
July 9 - WHAT'S AHEAD: Judiciary Hearings Set On Breyer Nomination
July 16 - '94 Spending Process Serves Up Disappointment for Everyone
July 16 - 48 Senators on the Record
July 16 - As Wheat Makes Bid for Senate, A Crowd Vies To Succeed Him
July 16 - Breyer Affirms Pragmatist Image As He Coasts Toward Court
July 16 - Breyer's Business Risks
July 16 - CQ ROUNDTABLE: Clinton May Usher In A Republican South
July 16 - CRIME: Black Caucus Support at Risk Over Death Sentence Issue
July 16 - EXECUTIVE BRANCH: Delaying Probe, Fiske Requests Later Whitewater Hearings
July 16 - FILINGS: Field of House Candidates Sprouts in Oklahoma
July 16 - Health Care Becomes the Key To Chafee's Political Future
July 16 - HOUSE VOTES 315, 316, 317, 318, 319, 320, 321 322, 323, 324, 325, 326, 327, 328, 329, 330
July 16 - INVESTIGATIONS: Courts Reject Arguments By Rose, Durenberger
July 16 - KANSAS: Governor's Retirement Puts Primary Season in a Spin
July 16 - MICHIGAN: Top-of-Ticket Races Fail To Spark Visible Voter Enthusiasm
July 16 - NOMINATION HEARINGS: Breyer Gets Warm Reception From Senate Judiciary
July 16 - SENATE VOTES 188, 189, 190, 191 192, 193, 194, 195, 196, 197, 198
July 16 - Status of Major Legislation: 103rd Congress - 2nd Session
July 16 - Vacancies Give GOP A Hungry Gleam
July 16 - WHAT'S AHEAD: Five Spending Bills Hit Senate Floor
July 23 - Banking Provisions Catch a Ride On Community Lending Bill
July 23 - CAMPAIGN FINANCE: Incumbents' Cash Advantage
July 23 - COLORADO: Populist Trends Protect GOP, Put Romer on 'Topple' List
July 23 - CORRECTION: Abortion
July 23 - CQ ROUNDTABLE: Local Defenses Protect Democratic Control
July 23 - Dole's Call for Competition
July 23 - EXECUTIVE BRANCH: As Whitewater Hearings Begin, Members Brace for Fireworks
July 23 - FILINGS: Three States Close, Three More To Go
July 23 - GEORGIA: Rains Dampen Overall Turnout, But GOP Sees Vote Share Rise
July 23 - HOUSE VOTES 331, 332, 333, 334, 335, 336, 337, 338, 339, 340, 341, 342 343, 344, 345, 346
July 23 - Incumbents Below 60 Percent (chart)
July 23 - JULY 19 GEORGIA
July 23 - Leaders Tell Clinton Measure Must Have Slower Approach
July 23 - Relative Quiet May Conceal Shake-Up Potential Ahead
July 23 - SENATE VOTES 199, 200, 201, 202, 203, 204 205, 206, 207, 208, 209, 210, 211, 212, 213, 214, 215, 216, 217, 218, 219, 220,
July 23 - SOUTH CAROLINA: Candidates Duke It Out For 'Moderate' Title
July 23 - Status of Major Legislation: 103rd Congress - 2nd Session
July 23 - SUPREME COURT: Judiciary Committee Approves Breyer Nomination, 18-0
July 23 - WHAT'S AHEAD: Senate Tries To Wrap Up Most Spending Bills
July 23 - WYOMING: Wallop's Exit Spurs Action: At-Large Race the Liveliest
July 30 - $33 Billion Crime Measure Heads to Last Hurdles
July 30 - Battle Over Medicare Part C Plan
July 30 - CQ ROUNDTABLE: Partisan Strife Mirrors A Polarized Electorate
July 30 - Democrats: Many Fences to Mend (chart)
July 30 - Governors' Races May End In November Surprise
July 30 - House Members Who Run for Governor Find Their Job Offers Pitfalls, Perks
July 30 - HOUSE VOTES 348, 349, 350, 351, 352, 353, 354, 355, 356, 357, 358, 359, 360, 361, 362, 363
July 30 - INDEPENDENT STREAK UNDER STRAIN
July 30 - Key Provisions of Gephardt Plan
July 30 - New Rules, Old Intentions
July 30 - REDISTRICTING: Majority-Black District Rejected in Louisiana
July 30 - REORGANIZATION: Bill To End Hill's Exemptions Heads to Floor on Its Own
July 30 - Republicans: Not Without Worries (chart)
July 30 - Rostenkowski Case Exposes Ambiguous Expense Rules
July 30 - SENATE VOTES 224, 225, 226, 227, 228, 229, 230, 231, 232, 233, 234, 235, 236, 237, 238, 239, 240
July 30 - Status of Major Legislation: 103rd Congress - 2nd Session
July 30 - SUPREME COURT: Breyer Wins Confirmation With 87-9 Senate Vote
July 30 - The Term of Choice
July 30 - WHAT'S AHEAD: Crime Bill Advances To Top of Agenda
July 30 - Witnesses Fend Off GOP's Jabs As Whitewater Hearings Open
August 6 - 'King of the Hill'
August 6 - A Walk Through the Capitol Illustrates Safety Concerns
August 6 - AGRICULTURE: Custom Puts Farmers at Odds With Seed Breeders and Law
August 6 - Aug. 2 Kansas, Michigan, Missouri Primary Results (charts)
August 6 - CAMPAIGN '94: Despite Public Ire, Insiders Still Have Winning Ways
August 6 - Candidates Embrace Crime Issue
August 6 - Clinton Health Care Overhaul Compared With Other Major Plans
August 6 - COMPENSATION: Court Backs Pay Raise
August 6 - Contentious Health Care Debate Puts Gephardt Style to Stiff Test
August 6 - CORRECTION: Republican Turnout
August 6 - CQ ROUNDTABLE: Tradition of Frustration Will Greet Rivlin
August 6 - Deep Pockets Win Nominations For Senate, Governorship
August 6 - Election May Steer Oklahoma Onto a New Political Course
August 6 - ETHICS: Rostenkowski's Lawyers Say Constitution Shields Him
August 6 - FILINGS: Gorton's Seat a Little Safer As Filing Deadline Passes
August 6 - FLOOR SCHEDULE
August 6 - HOUSE VOTES 364, 365, 366, 367, 368, 369,
August 6 - It's the 'Year of the Incumbent' As 3 Women Lose Narrowly
August 6 - KANSAS: Rep. Slattery, Graves Nominated In Gubernatorial Primaries
August 6 - Mitchell Aims for 95 Percent
August 6 - Mitchell's Arm-Twisting Efforts Focus On 10 'Undecided' Democrats
August 6 - Negotiators Attempting To Deal On Gifts, Campaign Finance
August 6 - Public Laws
August 6 - REDISTRICTING: North Carolina Map Upheld
August 6 - REORGANIZATION: New Procedural Proposals Are Weak, Says GOP
August 6 - SENATE VOTES 242, 243, 244, 245, 246, 247,
August 6 - Status of Major Legislation: 103rd Congress - 2nd Session
August 6 - WHAT'S AHEAD: Health Care Comes Front and Center
August 6 - Wheat Makes State History With Senate Primary Win
August 6 - With Outcome Still Uncertain, Members Face Critical Vote
August 13 - Aug. 9 Colorado, South Carolina, and Tennessee Results (charts)
August 13 - CAMPAIGN NOTES: Coelho Becomes DNC Adviser As Wilhelm Announces Exit
August 13 - CAMPAIGN NOTES: Court Rules Census Undercount Should Have Been Corrected
August 13 - CAMPAIGN NOTES: Supreme Court Allows Use Of Louisiana Map in 1994
August 13 - Clinton, Democrats Scramble To Save Anti-Crime Bill
August 13 - COLORADO: Gubernatorial Nod Goes to Benson
August 13 - CQ ROUNDTABLE: D.C.'s Endless Summer: Chasing the 'Story'
August 13 - Democrats' Defeat Raises Specter of Gridlock
August 13 - Election Commission Undercuts Tough Personal Use Rules
August 13 - FEDERAL SPENDING: Commission Moves Carefully On Entitlement Cuts
August 13 - For Some Republicans, a Tough Call
August 13 - GEORGIA: For Millner, the Similarities End With the Names
August 13 - House Moderates Offer Plan
August 13 - House Strongly Backs Bill To End Hill's Exemptions
August 13 - HOUSE VOTES 377, 378, 379, 380, 381, 382
August 13 - SECTION NOTES: Rep. Reynolds Denies Sexual Allegations
August 13 - SECTION NOTES: Rep. Tucker Indicted On Bribery Charges
August 13 - Senate Puts Clinton on Zigzag Course Toward Ending Bosnia Arms Embargo
August 13 - SENATE VOTES 263, 264, 265, 266, 267, 268,
August 13 - SOUTH CAROLINA: Second-Place Primary Finishers Have Catching Up To Do
August 13 - Status of Major Legislation: 103rd Congress - 2nd Session
August 13 - Status of Major Legislation: 103rd Congress - 2nd Session
August 13 - Votes on Crime Bill
August 13 - WHAT'S AHEAD: Congressional Agendas Full of Uncertainty
August 13 - WHITEWATER: Schedule for Hearings Is Unclear As Starr Takes Over Probe
August 20 - Aug. 16 Wyoming Primary Results (chart)
August 20 - Chafee Group Unveils Last-Minute Plan
August 20 - Challenges From the Middle
August 20 - Clinton's Appeal to the People Carries Short-Term Gains, Long-Term Risks
August 20 - CONGRESSIONAL DEPARTURES (as of Aug. 19)
August 20 - CORRECTION: Campaign finance regulations
August 20 - ETHICS: Reynolds Indicted On Rape Charges
August 20 - ETHICS: Rose Seeks Deal in Justice Case Alleging Disclosure Misdeeds
August 20 - ETHICS: Rostenkowski Probe Postponed
August 20 - Gun Ban 'Energized' NRA Members
August 20 - HEALTH: Doubt Surfaces on Bill Passage As Senate Struggle Continues
August 20 - HOUSE VOTES 395, 396, 397, 398, 399, 400, 401, 402 403, 404, 405, 406, 407, 408, 409, 410
August 20 - Major Unfinished Business Upsets Members' Plans
August 20 - Marathon Talks Produce New Anti-Crime Bill
August 20 - Maryland's Slumbering GOP Awakens
August 20 - Maryland's Slumbering GOP Awakens
August 20 - PRESIDENTIAL NEWS CONFERENCE: Clinton Changes Policy on Cuba, Describes View of Crime Bill
August 20 - SECTION NOTES: Court Overturns Texas Districts
August 20 - SENATE VOTES 283, 284, 285, 286, 287 288, 289, 290, 291
August 20 - SPECIAL REPORT: ALASKA -- Hickel Takes Himself Out Of Governor's Race
August 20 - SPECIAL REPORT: ARIZONA -- Governor's, Senate Races Trip Action Elsewhere
August 20 - SPECIAL REPORT: CONNECTICUT -- Third Party Struggles To Remain a Force
August 20 - SPECIAL REPORT: DELAWARE -- Crime Is No. 1 Topic In Senate Contest
August 20 - SPECIAL REPORT: FLORIDA -- Panhandle Conservatism Gives GOP a Leg Up
August 20 - SPECIAL REPORT: Governor's Race Grabs Spotlight In Florida's Political Campaigns
August 20 - SPECIAL REPORT: HAWAII -- GOP May Gain Foothold On Democratic Turf
August 20 - SPECIAL REPORT: Is This the Republicans' Chance To Even Out the Numbers?
August 20 - SPECIAL REPORT: MASSACHUSETTS -- Stung Democrats Will Try To Regain Some Terrain
August 20 - SPECIAL REPORT: MINNESOTA -- Eager Candidates Storm Voters, Who Seem Slow To React
August 20 - SPECIAL REPORT: NEVADA -- Rivals to Gov. Miller Eclipse Other Races
August 20 - SPECIAL REPORT: NEW YORK -- 'Elect One of Our Own' Movement Confronts Two City Incumbents
August 20 - SPECIAL REPORT: OKLAHOMA -- Democrats Battling Uphill In House Contests
August 20 - SPECIAL REPORT: RHODE ISLAND --Sundlun May Be Unseated By His Own Party
August 20 - SPECIAL REPORT: The Other 32 States
August 20 - SPECIAL REPORT: VERMONT -- Vermont Incumbents Look for Easy Ride
August 20 - SPECIAL REPORT: WASHINGTON -- Gorton Waiting Out Four Low-Profile Democrats
August 20 - SPECIAL REPORT: WISCONSIN -- Wisconsin Incumbents Hold Opponents at Bay
August 20 - Summer's Legislative Turmoil Plays Havoc With Campaigns
August 20 - THE BUDGET: House Passes Measure To Keep Emergency Bills 'Clean'
August 20 - THE BUDGET: House Passes Measure To Keep Emergency Bills 'Clean'
August 20 - The Crime Compromise
August 20 - WHAT'S AHEAD: Health Care, Crime Bills Keep Congress Going
August 27 - $30 Billion Anti-Crime Bill Heads to Clinton's Desk
August 27 - AUGUST 23 Alaska, Oklahoma Primary Results and South Carolina Primary Runoff Results (charts)
August 27 - CORRECTIONS: Special Report
August 27 - COVER STORY: Hard-Fought Crime Bill Battle Spoils Field for Health Care
August 27 - CQ ROUNDTABLE: A Lesson for Clinton In Nixon's Methods
August 27 - HEALTH: Prospects for Major Overhaul Fade as Senate Goes Home
August 27 - HOUSE VOTES 411, 412, 413,
August 27 - McCurdy, Inhofe Will Face Off In Oklahoma Senate Race
August 27 - RECESS NOTES: Crop Insurance Bill Passes Senate
August 27 - RETIREMENT: Rep. Gallo Cites Ill Health, Withdraws From Race
August 27 - SENATE VOTES 292, 293, 294, 295 (chart)
August 27 - Status of Major Legislation: 103rd Congress - 2nd Session
August 27 - The Modified Crime Bill
August 27 - Votes on Crime Bill (chart)
August 27 - WHAT'S AHEAD: Legislators Head Home For Shortened Recess
September 10 - Bank Scandal Still a Factor in '94
September 10 - CAMPAIGN '94: New Members Called to Reform Hear Faint Reprise in '94
September 10 - CAMPAIGN NOTES: Gingrich Challenger Jones Complains About GOPAC
September 10 - CAMPAIGN NOTES: Washington GOP Scrambles After Unsoeld Foe Quits
September 10 - Challenger Hits Iowa's Smith With Incumbency, Earmarks
September 10 - Chances for Limited Measure Slight As Congress Returns
September 10 - Congressional Departures (chart)
September 10 - CQ ROUNDTABLE: A House Divided Won't Do Much
September 10 - Explosive Infighting Takes Toll; Runoffs Needed in Both Parties
September 10 - Lively Race Pits the 'Iowa Girl' Against the Family Man
September 10 - NEVADA: Incumbents Coast in Primaries; Sen. Bryan Will Face Furman
September 10 - Personal Contact Stressed In 2nd District Contest
September 10 - REDISTRICTING: Texas Map Allowed For '94 Election
September 10 - Rostenkowski's Arguments Attacked as 'Absurd'
September 10 - Sept. 6 Nevada Primary
September 10 - SPECIAL LEGISLATIVE OUTLOOK: About This Issue
September 10 - SPECIAL LEGISLATIVE OUTLOOK: Balanced-Budget Amendment
September 10 - SPECIAL LEGISLATIVE OUTLOOK: Campaign Finance
September 10 - SPECIAL LEGISLATIVE OUTLOOK: China/MFN
September 10 - SPECIAL LEGISLATIVE OUTLOOK: Clinton Health Care Overhaul Compared With Other Major Plans
September 10 - SPECIAL LEGISLATIVE OUTLOOK: CLINTON'S QUANDRY
September 10 - SPECIAL LEGISLATIVE OUTLOOK: Congressional Reorganization
September 10 - SPECIAL LEGISLATIVE OUTLOOK: Crime Bill, Assault Weapons Ban
September 10 - SPECIAL LEGISLATIVE OUTLOOK: Defense Spending
September 10 - SPECIAL LEGISLATIVE OUTLOOK: Deficit-Reduction Efforts
September 10 - SPECIAL LEGISLATIVE OUTLOOK: Export Controls
September 10 - SPECIAL LEGISLATIVE OUTLOOK: Fair Trade in Financial Services
September 10 - SPECIAL LEGISLATIVE OUTLOOK: Fiscal 1995 Budget Resolution
September 10 - SPECIAL LEGISLATIVE OUTLOOK: Fiscal 1995 Spending Bills
September 10 - SPECIAL LEGISLATIVE OUTLOOK: GATT Deal
September 10 - SPECIAL LEGISLATIVE OUTLOOK: Health Care Overhaul
September 10 - SPECIAL LEGISLATIVE OUTLOOK: House Post Office Investigation
September 10 - SPECIAL LEGISLATIVE OUTLOOK: Lobbying Disclosure, Gift Rules
September 10 - SPECIAL LEGISLATIVE OUTLOOK: Other Ethics Cases
September 10 - SPECIAL LEGISLATIVE OUTLOOK: Packwood Misconduct Allegations
September 10 - SPECIAL LEGISLATIVE OUTLOOK: Status of Major Legislation: 103rd Congress, 2nd Session
September 10 - SPECIAL LEGISLATIVE OUTLOOK: STRAIN OF THE ENDGAME
September 10 - WHAT'S AHEAD: Health Care, Purchasing Among the Top Items
September 17 - ARIZONA: Coppersmith May See Recount In Democratic Senate Primary
September 17 - CAMPAIGN NOTES: GOP White House Hopefuls Address Christian Coalition
September 17 - CAMPAIGN NOTES: Judges Strike Lines For Georgia District
September 17 - CAMPAIGN NOTES: Marion Barry Wins D.C. Nomination
September 17 - CAMPAIGN NOTES: New Jersey GOP Picks Gallo Seat Nominee
September 17 - CONNECTICUT: Curry Wins in Primary Upset; Rowland Still Front-Runner
September 17 - FINANCIAL SERVICES: Retooled Fair Trade Bill Heads to House Floor
September 17 - FLORIDA: Smith Bows Out Of GOP Runoff
September 17 - GOP Endorsement Ignored As Voters Pick Carlson
September 17 - HOUSE VOTES 417, 418, 419, 420, 421, 422, 423
September 17 - Leaving Very Little to Chance, Kennedy Pushes His Clout
September 17 - MARYLAND: Bright Beginnings Fade For Maryland GOP
September 17 - NEW HAMPSHIRE: Split in 2nd District GOP Right Gives Bass the Primary
September 17 - NEW YORK: Levy's Loss Lone Surprise In Primary Contests
September 17 - Parties' High-Profile Figures Are Rejected in Primaries
September 17 - Removal of 'Fast Track' May Put GATT in the Fast Lane
September 17 - SENATE VOTES 296, 297, 298, 299
September 17 - Sept. 13 Arizona Primary
September 17 - Sept. 13 Connecticut Primary
September 17 - Sept. 13 Maryland Primary
September 17 - Sept. 13 Minnesota Primary
September 17 - Sept. 13 New Hampshire
September 17 - Sept. 13 New York Primary
September 17 - Sept. 13 Rhode Island
September 17 - Sept. 13 Vermont Primary
September 17 - Sept. 13 Wisconsin Primary
September 17 - Sept. 8 Florida Primary
September 17 - Status of Major Legislation: 103rd Congress - 2nd Session
September 17 - Streamlining Efforts Proceed Despite Dim Prospects
September 17 - WHAT'S AHEAD: Congress Set To Debate U.S. Haitian Policy
September 17 - WISCONSIN: GOP's Welch Will Face Sen. Kohl
September 24 - CAMPAIGN '94: Labor Working To Strengthen Weakened Political Muscle
September 24 - CAMPAIGN FINANCE: Republicans Plan Filibusters, Threatening Senate Schedule
September 24 - CAMPAIGN NOTES: DioGuardi To Run in N.Y. 19th Despite Losing GOP Primary
September 24 - CAMPAIGN NOTES: No Levy Campaign In New York 4th
September 24 - CORRECTION: Photograph
September 24 - CORRECTION: Primary results
September 24 - CQ ROUNDTABLE: Ike and Clinton Faced A Similar Challenge
September 24 - Foley Appoints Johnson House Parliamentarian
September 24 - GOP Accentuates the Positive; Hopefuls To Sign Compact
September 24 - HAWAII: Cayetano To Take On Saiki In Governor's Race
September 24 - HEALTH: Mitchell Trying To Find A Graceful Exit
September 24 - HOUSE VOTES 424, 425, 426, 427, 428, 429, 430, 431
September 24 - LOBBYING, PERQUISITES: Stiff Limits on Gifts to Members Will Ride on Final Lobby Bill
September 24 - MASSACHUSETTS: Democrats Face Tough Battle To Reclaim Two House Seats
September 24 - Members Reluctantly Renounce Salary Increase for 1995
September 24 - Mr. Reasonably Clean
September 24 - New Restrictions on Gifts
September 24 - OKLAHOMA: Political Newcomer Ousts Synar; Mildren, Perryman, Watts Win
September 24 - ORGANIZATION: No 'Reform' Breakthroughs As Clock Ticks
September 24 - PRESIDENTIAL NEWS CONFERENCE: Haiti Deal To Restore Democracy, Minimize Risk, Clinton Says
September 24 - SECTION NOTES: Rostenkowski Brief Blasts Prosecutors
September 24 - SENATE VOTES 300, 301, 302, 303
September 24 - Sept. 17 Hawaii Primary
September 24 - Sept. 20 Massachusetts Primary
September 24 - Sept. 20 Oklahoma Primary
September 24 - Sept. 20 Washington Primary
September 24 - Status of Major Legislation: 103rd Congress - 2nd Session
September 24 - Terms of the Contract
September 24 - WASHINGTON: Foley's Weak Finish in Primary Puts Democrats on Notice
September 24 - WHAT'S AHEAD: Senate Appears Stalled As Adjournment Nears
October 1 - ADJOURNMENT: Legislation Goes Overboard As Members Eye the Exits
October 1 - AGRICULTURE: House OKs Reorganization Bill, Including Review Board
October 1 - Can GOP Count On Its Own To Back Ambitious Plan?
October 1 - CQ ROUNDTABLE: Picture This: The GOP May Fulfill Its Dream
October 1 - D.C. Bill Goes Down to the Wire Before Senate Stamps It OK
October 1 - Demise of Health Care Overhaul Produced Big Winners and Losers
October 1 - Democrats' Overhaul Bill Dies On Senate Procedural Votes
October 1 - Highlights of Final Sale
October 1 - Hollings' Vexing of Party and President Caps a History of Maverick Moves
October 1 - HOUSE VOTES: 438, 439, 440, 441, 442, 443, 444, 445, 446, 447, 449 451, 450
October 1 - LAW/JUDICIARY: With Time Running Short, Panel OKs Four Bills
October 1 - LOBBYING, PERQUISITES: Leaders Turn to Arm-Twisting To Pass Gift Ban in House
October 1 - ORGANIZATION: Attempt To Revise Procedures Can't Leap Procedural Hurdle
October 1 - Review To Be Turning Point For Term Limits Issue
October 1 - SENATE VOTES: 304, 305, 306, 307, 308, 309, 310, 311, 312, 313
October 1 - Status of Major Legislation: 103rd Congress - 2nd Session
October 1 - Term Limit States
October 1 - The Foley Factor
October 1 - WHAT'S AHEAD: 'Musts' and 'Wants' Remain on Agenda
October 8 - A Few Incumbents Fell Below 60% in 1994 Primaries Although Most Were Still Easy Winners
October 8 - ADJOURNMENT: View From the Ivory Tower More Rosy Than Media's
October 8 - Assessing the 103rd Congress What Passed and What Didn't
October 8 - BASE CLOSINGS: Former Sen. Dixon To Oversee Painful New Round of Cuts
October 8 - CAMPAIGN NOTES: Coppersmith Wins Primary With 59-Vote Margin
October 8 - CAMPAIGN NOTES: Georgia's House Elections Get High Court Go-Ahead
October 8 - CAMPAIGN NOTES: Rep. Levy Disputes Close Loss In New York GOP Primary
October 8 - Competitive Districts (48) chart
October 8 - End of Session Marked By Partisan Stalemate
October 8 - ENVIRONMENT: Safe Drinking Water Bill Stalls, Puts Cities on the Spot
October 8 - GOP Share of Southern
October 8 - House Democrats in Danger: The Question Is How Much
October 8 - House Incumbents in the
October 8 - House Postpones GATT Vote In Last-Minute Drama
October 8 - HOUSE VOTES 453, 454, 455, 456, 457, 458, 459, 460, 461, 462, 463, 464, 465, 466, 467, 468, 469, 470, 471, 472, 473, 474, 475, 476, 477, 478, 479, 480, 481, 482, 483, 484, 485, 486, 487, 488, 489, 490, 491, 492, 493, 494, 495, 496, 497, 498, 499, 500, 501
October 8 - IMMIGRATION: Congress Moves To Rescue Visa Waiver Program
October 8 - LAW/JUDICIARY: Senate Confirms Sarokin After Day of Debate
October 8 - LOBBYING/PERQUISITES: GOP and Interest Groups Dig In To Dump Gift Ban in Senate
October 8 - LOUISIANA: Incumbents Make A Clean Sweep
October 8 - Most Competitive Districts (chart)
October 8 - Oct. 4 Florida Runoff
October 8 - Oct. 4 Lousiana Primary
October 8 - ORGANIZATION: Senate Demurs on Labor Rules, But House Acts on Its Own
October 8 - Other Districts To Watch (chart)
October 8 - Primaries Send Mixed Signals But Leave GOP With Edge
October 8 - PUBLIC LANDS: Effort To Increase Park Fees Appears Dead for Session
October 8 - SECTION NOTES: Panel Approves Ambassador Over Helms' Opposition
October 8 - SENATE VOTES 314, 315, 316, 317, 318, 319, 320, 321, 322, 323, 324
October 8 - Status of Major Legislation: 103rd Congress - 2nd Session
October 8 - The Gingrich Ascendancy
October 8 - WHAT'S AHEAD: GATT Measure Awaits Post-Election Session
October 15 - Approaching an Overhaul
October 15 - CAMPAIGN '94: 1994 Elections Are Looking Like The 'Off Year' of the Woman
October 15 - CAMPAIGN NOTES: Court Rules Against Levy In Challenge to Primary
October 15 - CAMPAIGN NOTES: Gaul's Bid To to Unseat Hoke 'On Hold' in Ohio 10th
October 15 - Candidates Seeing Term Limits As a Top Vote-Getting Tactic
October 15 - Congressional Candidates To Watch (chart)
October 15 - CQ ROUNDTABLE: Initiatives - Vox Populi Or Professional Ploy?
October 15 - Dole Likely GOP Leader in '95
October 15 - Election Day Is a Growing Factor In Democrats' Leadership Race
October 15 - ENVIRONMENT: Desert Bill Became a Trial In Crucial Final Hours
October 15 - ETHICS: Judge Turns Down Rostenkowski Bid
October 15 - House Members Who Signed (chart)
October 15 - HOUSE VOTES 502, 503, 504, 505
October 15 - Members, Looking Beyond Break, Plot Post-Election Business
October 15 - NOMINATIONS: 3 Air Force Generals Promoted Despite Flak From Senator
October 15 - Public Laws
October 15 - SENATE VOTES 325, 326, 327
October 15 - Senators Go Public With Picks (chart)
October 15 - Status of Major Legislation: 103rd Congress - 2nd Session
October 15 - Welfare Issue Finds Home On the Campaign Trail
October 15 - WHAT'S AHEAD: The Capitol Grows Silent As Members Campaign
October 22 - Candidates for Governor, Senate, House
October 22 - CONGRESSIONAL DEPARTURES
October 22 - COVER STORY: GOP's Field of Dreams Sows Nightmares for Democrats
October 22 - CQ ROUNDTABLE: Jacksonian Politics And Newt Gingrich
October 22 - Democrat Favored (24)* (chart)
October 22 - Democrats' Worries Increase (chart)
October 22 - Election Slate Full of Close Calls Puts Democrats on the Edge
October 22 - GOP Prospects (chart)
October 22 - Independent Streak Under Strain (chart)
October 22 - Leans Democratic/Republican (58) (chart)
October 22 - No Clear Favorite (40) (chart)
October 22 - Republican Favored (24)
October 22 - Republicans' Outlook Mixed (chart)
October 22 - Safe Democratic House Seats (155)
October 22 - Safe Republican House Seats (133) (chart)
October 22 - Senate Outlook for the Democrats (chart)
October 22 - SPECIAL ELECTION REPORT: PENNSYLVANIA
October 22 - SPECIAL ELECTIONS REPORT: About This Issue
October 22 - SPECIAL ELECTIONS REPORT: ALABAMA
October 22 - SPECIAL ELECTIONS REPORT: ALASKA
October 22 - SPECIAL ELECTIONS REPORT: ARIZONA
October 22 - SPECIAL ELECTIONS REPORT: ARKANSAS
October 22 - SPECIAL ELECTIONS REPORT: CALIFORNIA
October 22 - SPECIAL ELECTIONS REPORT: COLORADO
October 22 - SPECIAL ELECTIONS REPORT: CONNECTICUT
October 22 - SPECIAL ELECTIONS REPORT: DELAWARE
October 22 - SPECIAL ELECTIONS REPORT: FLORIDA
October 22 - SPECIAL ELECTIONS REPORT: GEORGIA
October 22 - SPECIAL ELECTIONS REPORT: HAWAII
October 22 - SPECIAL ELECTIONS REPORT: IDAHO
October 22 - SPECIAL ELECTIONS REPORT: INDIANA
October 22 - SPECIAL ELECTIONS REPORT: IOWA
October 22 - SPECIAL ELECTIONS REPORT: KANSAS
October 22 - SPECIAL ELECTIONS REPORT: KENTUCKY
October 22 - SPECIAL ELECTIONS REPORT: LOUISIANA
October 22 - SPECIAL ELECTIONS REPORT: MAINE
October 22 - SPECIAL ELECTIONS REPORT: MARYLAND
October 22 - SPECIAL ELECTIONS REPORT: MASSACHUSETTS
October 22 - SPECIAL ELECTIONS REPORT: MICHIGAN
October 22 - SPECIAL ELECTIONS REPORT: MINNESOTA
October 22 - SPECIAL ELECTIONS REPORT: MISSISSIPPI
October 22 - SPECIAL ELECTIONS REPORT: MISSOURI
October 22 - SPECIAL ELECTIONS REPORT: MONTANA
October 22 - SPECIAL ELECTIONS REPORT: NEBRASKA
October 22 - SPECIAL ELECTIONS REPORT: NEVADA
October 22 - SPECIAL ELECTIONS REPORT: NEW HAMPSHIRE
October 22 - SPECIAL ELECTIONS REPORT: NEW JERSEY
October 22 - SPECIAL ELECTIONS REPORT: NEW MEXICO
October 22 - SPECIAL ELECTIONS REPORT: NEW YORK
October 22 - SPECIAL ELECTIONS REPORT: NORTH CAROLINA
October 22 - SPECIAL ELECTIONS REPORT: NORTH DAKOTA
October 22 - SPECIAL ELECTIONS REPORT: OHIO
October 22 - SPECIAL ELECTIONS REPORT: OREGON
October 22 - SPECIAL ELECTIONS REPORT: Ratings and Results (chart)
October 22 - SPECIAL ELECTIONS REPORT: Restless and Ready for Change
October 22 - SPECIAL ELECTIONS REPORT: RHODE ISLAND
October 22 - SPECIAL ELECTIONS REPORT: SOUTH CAROLINA
October 22 - SPECIAL ELECTIONS REPORT: SOUTH DAKOTA
October 22 - SPECIAL ELECTIONS REPORT: State-by-State Summary
October 22 - SPECIAL ELECTIONS REPORT: TENNESSEE
October 22 - SPECIAL ELECTIONS REPORT: TEXAS
October 22 - SPECIAL ELECTIONS REPORT: UTAH
October 22 - SPECIAL ELECTIONS REPORT: VERMONT
October 22 - SPECIAL ELECTIONS REPORT: VIRGINIA
October 22 - SPECIAL ELECTIONS REPORT: WASHINGTON
October 22 - SPECIAL ELECTIONS REPORT: WEST VIRGINIA
October 22 - SPECIAL ELECTIONS REPORT: WISCONSIN
October 22 - SPECIAL ELECTIONS REPORT: WYOMING
October 22 - SPECIAL ELECTONS REPORT: ILLINOIS
October 22 - SPECIAL REPORT: OKLAHOMA
October 22 - This Year, Republicans Gamble That All Politics Is National
October 22 - Using Clinton as a Punching Bag May Have Limits as a GOP Tactic
October 29 - After Democratic Boom in '92, Party Tries To Avoid a Bust
October 29 - CORRECTION: Politics
October 29 - ETHICS ROUNDUP: Rep. Rose Agrees To Pay Fine In Civil Lawsuit Over Loans
October 29 - GOP Fever Brings Sweat to Brows Of Hard-Running Democrats
October 29 - GOP Looks To Turn the Tables On Two Female Freshmen
October 29 - In Harm's Way? (chart)
October 29 - Political Flap Over Deficit Memo Could Hamstring Clinton
October 29 - RATINGS: Appear To Herald A More Polarized Congress
October 29 - SECTION NOTES: Illegal Immigrant Nanny Story Rocks Huffington Campaign
October 29 - SECTION NOTES: LaRocco Admits Firm Paid To Settle Woman's Suit
October 29 - Status of Appropriations: 103rd
October 29 - Status of Major Legislation: 103rd Congress - 2nd Session
October 29 - THE HOUSE: Bush Country of 1992 Is Now A Minefield for Democrats
October 29 - The Republican Party Rises To the Brink of Success
October 29 - WHAT'S AHEAD: Final Campaign Week Overshadows GATT
October 29 - WYOMING: In a Ranch Country Senate Race, 'Clinton' Is a Fighting Word
November 5 - '68: A Turning Point Takes a Twist
November 5 - '94 Elections: Real Revolution Or Blip on Political Radar?
November 5 - Aldrich Ames: On the Record
November 5 - Assessing the 103rd Congress: What Passed and What Didn't
November 5 - CORRECTIONS: Politics
November 5 - CQ ROUNDTABLE: New Filibuster Tactics Imperil Next Senate
November 5 - ELECTION '94: Independents Will Be Factor, Though Few Victories Likely
November 5 - ELECTION '94: Term Limits Are Top Initiative For Disgruntled Electorate
November 5 - Food Program Faces Fight For Its Own Sustenance
November 5 - GATT's Disappearing Act
November 5 - Health Care's Painful Demise Cast Pall on Clinton Agenda
November 5 - LEGISLATIVE SUMMARY: Balanced-Budget Amendment
November 5 - LEGISLATIVE SUMMARY: Campaign Finance
November 5 - LEGISLATIVE SUMMARY: Congressional Reorganization
November 5 - LEGISLATIVE SUMMARY: Crime Bill, Assault Weapons Ban
November 5 - LEGISLATIVE SUMMARY: Deficit Reduction
November 5 - LEGISLATIVE SUMMARY: Fiscal 1994 Supplements
November 5 - LEGISLATIVE SUMMARY: Fiscal 1995 Budget Resolution
November 5 - LEGISLATIVE SUMMARY: Fiscal 1995 Spending Bills
November 5 - LEGISLATIVE SUMMARY: Health Care Overhaul
November 5 - LEGISLATIVE SUMMARY: House Post Office Investigation
November 5 - LEGISLATIVE SUMMARY: Immigration
November 5 - LEGISLATIVE SUMMARY: Independent Counsel
November 5 - LEGISLATIVE SUMMARY: Lobbying Disclosure, Gift Rules
November 5 - LEGISLATIVE SUMMARY: Other Ethics Cases
November 5 - LEGISLATIVE SUMMARY: Packwood Misconduct Allegations
November 5 - LEGISLATIVE SUMMARY: Reinventing Government
November 5 - LEGISLATIVE SUMMARY: Welfare Overhaul
November 5 - Major Elections and Political Alignments
November 5 - Senate Panel Broadly Indicts CIA Culture of 'Negligence'
November 5 - Status of Major Legislation: 103rd Congress - 2nd Session
November 5 - WHAT'S AHEAD: Now the Voters Get Chance To Speak
November 12 - 1994 Election Results (chart)
November 12 - About This Issue
November 12 - Armey's March to Power in the House
November 12 - AVERAGE CONGRESSIONAL AGES (charts)
November 12 - Calif. 22: Andrea Seastrand, R, vs. Walter Holden Capps, D
November 12 - CHANGING THE GUARD: GOP Takes the Reins of Power
November 12 - CORRECTIONS
November 12 - CQ ROUNDTABLE: Talking Conciliation, Planning for War
November 12 - Daschle, Dodd Vie for Leadership Post
November 12 - Defeated Incumbents (chart)
November 12 - Democratic Leaders Seek Support
November 12 - Dixie Voters Look Away: South Shifts to the GOP
November 12 - Dole Signals Cooperation, Says GOP Must Produce
November 12 - ETHICS: Hubbard Sentenced To Three Years
November 12 - Freshman Class Boasts Resumes To Back Up 'Outsider' Image
November 12 - GINGRICH ADDRESS: New House Speaker Envisions Cooperation, Cuts, Hard Work
November 12 - HOUSE COMMITTEE: NATURAL RESOURCES
November 12 - HOUSE COMMITTEES: Agriculture, Nutrition and Forestry
November 12 - HOUSE COMMITTEES: Appropriations
November 12 - HOUSE COMMITTEES: ARMED SERVICES
November 12 - HOUSE COMMITTEES: Banking, Finance and Urban Affairs
November 12 - HOUSE COMMITTEES: Budget
November 12 - HOUSE COMMITTEES: District of Columbia
November 12 - HOUSE COMMITTEES: Education and Labor
November 12 - HOUSE COMMITTEES: Energy and Commerce
November 12 - HOUSE COMMITTEES: Foreign Affairs
November 12 - HOUSE COMMITTEES: Government Operations
November 12 - HOUSE COMMITTEES: House Adminstration
November 12 - HOUSE COMMITTEES: Judiciary
November 12 - HOUSE COMMITTEES: Merchant Marine and Fisheries
November 12 - HOUSE COMMITTEES: Post Office and Civil Service
November 12 - HOUSE COMMITTEES: PUBLIC WORKS
November 12 - HOUSE COMMITTEES: Rules
November 12 - HOUSE COMMITTEES: Science, Space and Technology
November 12 - HOUSE COMMITTEES: Select Intelligence
November 12 - HOUSE COMMITTEES: Small Business
November 12 - HOUSE COMMITTEES: Standards of Official Conduct
November 12 - HOUSE COMMITTEES: Veterans' Affairs
November 12 - HOUSE COMMITTEES: Ways and Means
November 12 - House Delegations in
November 12 - HOUSE LEADERSHIP: Campaigns in Full Swing For Republican Posts
November 12 - House Membership in
November 12 - HOUSE: Republicans' Initial Promise: 100-Day Debate on 'Contract'
November 12 - Jubilant GOP Strives To Keep Legislative Feet on Ground
November 12 - LEADERSHIP: Foley's Gracious Style Was Key To His Rise - and to His Fall
November 12 - Longtime 'Second' Party Scores A Long List of GOP Firsts
November 12 - Member's Occupations and Religious Affiliations (charts)
November 12 - Midterm Ballot-Box Revolutions
November 12 - MINORITIES ON CAPITOL HILL (charts)
November 12 - NEW MEMBER PROFILE: Barbara Cubin, R-Wyo. (At Large)
November 12 - NEW MEMBER PROFILE: Bill Martini, R-N.J. (8)
November 12 - NEW MEMBER PROFILE: Bob Barr, R-Ga. (7)
November 12 - NEW MEMBER PROFILE: Bob Ney, R-Ohio (18)
November 12 - NEW MEMBER PROFILE: Brian P. Bilbray, R-Calif. (49)
November 12 - NEW MEMBER PROFILE: Chaka Fattah, D-Pa. (2)
November 12 - NEW MEMBER PROFILE: Charles Bass, R-N.H. (2)
November 12 - NEW MEMBER PROFILE: Charlie Norwood, R-Ga. (10)
November 12 - NEW MEMBER PROFILE: Daniel Frisa, R-N.Y. (4)
November 12 - NEW MEMBER PROFILE: Dave Weldon, R-Fla. (15)
November 12 - NEW MEMBER PROFILE: David Funderburk, R-N.C. (2)
November 12 - NEW MEMBER PROFILE: David M. McIntosh, R-Ind. (2)
November 12 - NEW MEMBER PROFILE: Dick Chrysler, R-Mich. (8)
November 12 - NEW MEMBER PROFILE: Ed Bryant, R-Tenn. (7)
November 12 - NEW MEMBER PROFILE: Edward W. Munster, R-Conn. (2)
November 12 - NEW MEMBER PROFILE: Edward Whitfield, R-Ky. (1)
November 12 - NEW MEMBER PROFILE: Enid Greene Waldholtz, R-Utah (2)
November 12 - NEW MEMBER PROFILE: Frank A. Cremeans, R-Ohio (6)
November 12 - NEW MEMBER PROFILE: Frank A. LoBiondo, R-N.J. (2)
November 12 - NEW MEMBER PROFILE: Frank R. Mascara, D-Pa. (20)
November 12 - NEW MEMBER PROFILE: Frank Riggs, R-Calif. (1)
November 12 - NEW MEMBER PROFILE: Frederick Kenneth Heineman, R-N.C. (4)
November 12 - NEW MEMBER PROFILE: George Nethercutt, R-Wash. (5)
November 12 - NEW MEMBER PROFILE: George P. Radanovich, R-Calif. (19)
November 12 - NEW MEMBER PROFILE: Gil Gutknecht, R-Minn. (1)
November 12 - NEW MEMBER PROFILE: Greg Ganske, R-Iowa (4)
November 12 - NEW MEMBER PROFILE: Helen Chenoweth, R-Idaho (1)
November 12 - NEW MEMBER PROFILE: J. C. Watts, R-Okla. (4)
November 12 - NEW MEMBER PROFILE: J. D. Hayworth, R-Ariz. (6)
November 12 - NEW MEMBER PROFILE: Jack Metcalf, R-Wash. (2)
November 12 - NEW MEMBER PROFILE: James B. Longley Jr., R-Maine (1)
November 12 - NEW MEMBER PROFILE: Jerry Weller, R-Ill. (11)
November 12 - NEW MEMBER PROFILE: Joe Scarborough, R-Fla. (1)
November 12 - NEW MEMBER PROFILE: John Baldacci, D-Maine (2)
November 12 - NEW MEMBER PROFILE: John Ensign, R-Nev. (1)
November 12 - NEW MEMBER PROFILE: John Hostettler, R-Ind. (8)
November 12 - NEW MEMBER PROFILE: John Shadegg, R-Ariz. (4)
November 12 - NEW MEMBER PROFILE: Jon Christensen, R-Neb. (2)
November 12 - NEW MEMBER PROFILE: Jon D. Fox, R-Pa. (13)
November 12 - NEW MEMBER PROFILE: Karen McCarthy, D-Mo. (5)
November 12 - NEW MEMBER PROFILE: Ken Bentsen, D-Texas (25)
November 12 - NEW MEMBER PROFILE: Linda Smith, R-Wash. (3)
November 12 - NEW MEMBER PROFILE: Lindsey Graham, R-S.C. (3)
November 12 - NEW MEMBER PROFILE: Lloyd Doggett, D-Texas (10)
November 12 - NEW MEMBER PROFILE: Lynn Rivers, D-Mich. (13)
November 12 - NEW MEMBER PROFILE: Mark Edward Souder, R-Ind. (4)
November 12 - NEW MEMBER PROFILE: Mark Foley, R-Fla. (16)
November 12 - NEW MEMBER PROFILE: Mark W. Neumann, R-Wis. (1)
November 12 - NEW MEMBER PROFILE: Marshall 'Mark' Sanford, R-S.C. (1)
November 12 - NEW MEMBER PROFILE: Matt Salmon, R-Ariz. (1)
November 12 - NEW MEMBER PROFILE: Michael P. Forbes, R-N.Y. (1)
November 12 - NEW MEMBER PROFILE: Michael Patrick Flanagan, R-Ill. (5)
November 12 - NEW MEMBER PROFILE: Mike Doyle, D-Pa. (18)
November 12 - NEW MEMBER PROFILE: Mike Ward, D-Ky. (3)
November 12 - NEW MEMBER PROFILE: Patrick J. Kennedy, D-R.I. (1)
November 12 - NEW MEMBER PROFILE: Phil English, R-Pa. (21)
November 12 - NEW MEMBER PROFILE: Randy Tate, R-Wash. (9)
November 12 - NEW MEMBER PROFILE: Ray LaHood, R-Ill. (18)
November 12 - NEW MEMBER PROFILE: Richard 'Doc' Hastings, R-Wash. (4)
November 12 - NEW MEMBER PROFILE: Richard Burr, R-N.C. (5)
November 12 - NEW MEMBER PROFILE: Rick White, R-Wash. (1)
November 12 - NEW MEMBER PROFILE: Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. R-Md. (2)
November 12 - NEW MEMBER PROFILE: Rodney Frelinghuysen, R-N.J. (11)
November 12 - NEW MEMBER PROFILE: Roger Wicker, R-Miss. (1)
November 12 - NEW MEMBER PROFILE: Sam Brownback, R-Kan. (2)
November 12 - NEW MEMBER PROFILE: Saxby Chambliss, R-Ga. (8)
November 12 - NEW MEMBER PROFILE: Sheila Jackson Lee, D-Texas (18)
November 12 - NEW MEMBER PROFILE: Sonny Bono, R (44)
November 12 - NEW MEMBER PROFILE: Steve Chabot, R-Ohio (1)
November 12 - NEW MEMBER PROFILE: Steve Largent, R-Okla. (1)
November 12 - NEW MEMBER PROFILE: Steve Stockman, R-Texas (9)
November 12 - NEW MEMBER PROFILE: Steven C. LaTourette, R-Ohio (19)
November 12 - NEW MEMBER PROFILE: Sue Myrick, R-N.C. (9)
November 12 - NEW MEMBER PROFILE: Sue W. Kelly, R-N.Y. (19)
November 12 - NEW MEMBER PROFILE: Susan M. Brooks, R-Calif. (36)
November 12 - NEW MEMBER PROFILE: Thomas M. Davis III, R-Va. (11)
November 12 - NEW MEMBER PROFILE: Todd Tiahrt, R-Kan. (4)
November 12 - NEW MEMBER PROFILE: Tom Coburn, R-Okla. (2)
November 12 - NEW MEMBER PROFILE: Tom Latham, R-Iowa (5)
November 12 - NEW MEMBER PROFILE: Van Hilleary, R-Tenn. (4)
November 12 - NEW MEMBER PROFILE: Walter B. Jones Jr., R-N.C. (3)
November 12 - NEW MEMBER PROFILE: Wes Cooley, R-Ore. (2)
November 12 - NEW MEMBER PROFILE: William M. 'Mac' Thornberry, R-Texas (13)
November 12 - NEW MEMBER PROFILE: William P. 'Bill' Luther, D-Minn. (6)
November 12 - NEW MEMBER PROFILE: Zach Wamp, R-Tenn. (3)
November 12 - NEW MEMBER PROFILE: Zoe Lofgren, D-Calif. (16)
November 12 - NEW SENATOR PROFILE: Bill Frist, R-Tenn.
November 12 - NEW SENATOR PROFILE: Craig Thomas, R-WY
November 12 - NEW SENATOR PROFILE: Fred Thompson, R-Tenn.
November 12 - NEW SENATOR PROFILE: James M. Inhofe, R-Okla.
November 12 - NEW SENATOR PROFILE: John Ashcroft, R-Mo.
November 12 - NEW SENATOR PROFILE: Jon Kyl, R-Ariz.
November 12 - NEW SENATOR PROFILE: Mike DeWine, R-Ohio
November 12 - NEW SENATOR PROFILE: Olympia J. Snowe, R-Maine
November 12 - NEW SENATOR PROFILE: Rick Santorum, R-Pa.
November 12 - NEW SENATOR PROFILE: Rod Grams, R-Minn.
November 12 - NEW SENATOR PROFILE: Spencer Abraham, R-Mich.
November 12 - OBITUARY: Rep. Gallo, 58, Dies of Cancer; Will Be Succeeded in January
November 12 - Ore. 5: Catherine Webber, D, vs. Jim Bunn, R
November 12 - ORGANIZATION: Republicans Dust Off Blueprints For Changing House Operations
November 12 - PRESIDENTIAL NEWS CONFERENCE: Clinton Reaches Out to GOP, Assesses Voters' Message
November 12 - Republicans' Gains Matched Their Rosy Predictions
November 12 - SENATE COMMITTEES: Agriculture
November 12 - SENATE COMMITTEES: Appropriations
November 12 - SENATE COMMITTEES: Armed Services
November 12 - SENATE COMMITTEES: Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs
November 12 - SENATE COMMITTEES: Budget
November 12 - SENATE COMMITTEES: Commerce, Science and Transportation
November 12 - SENATE COMMITTEES: Energy and Natural Resourcs
November 12 - SENATE COMMITTEES: Environment and Public Works
November 12 - SENATE COMMITTEES: Finance
November 12 - SENATE COMMITTEES: Foreign Relations
November 12 - SENATE COMMITTEES: Governmental Affairs
November 12 - SENATE COMMITTEES: Indian Affairs
November 12 - SENATE COMMITTEES: Judiciary
November 12 - SENATE COMMITTEES: Labor and Human Resources
November 12 - SENATE COMMITTEES: Rules and Administration
November 12 - SENATE COMMITTEES: Select Ethics
November 12 - SENATE COMMITTEES: Select Intelligence
November 12 - SENATE COMMITTEES: Veterans' Affairs
November 12 - SENATE COMMMITTEES: Small Business
November 12 - Senate May Be the Middle Ground In GOP Conflicts With Clinton
November 12 - Senate Membership --
November 12 - Senators Who Are Facing
November 12 - The Defeated Speakers
November 12 - THE INITIATIVES: Voters Favor Term Limits, Reject Tax Restrictions
November 12 - The Warrior Has Battled to the Top And Now Must Define His Domain
November 12 - Though He Shares Comrades' Elation, Dole Knows Hazards of Majority Rule
November 12 - Voters' Demand for Change Puts Clinton on Defensive
November 12 - WHAT'S AHEAD: GOP Plans Full Schedule Of Transition Meetings
November 19 - '94 ELECTIONS: Several Races Awaiting Absentee-Vote Count
November 19 - '94 ELECTIONS: Study Interprets Voters' Message
November 19 - 'CONTRACT WITH AMERICA': House GOP Offers Descriptions Of Bills To Enact 'Contract'
November 19 - 23 Majority-minority districts in the South (chart)
November 19 - A GOP View of House
November 19 - Advice: Think It Over
November 19 - APPROPRIATIONS: Gingrich's Handpicked Chairman Has Bipartisan Credentials
November 19 - Checking Party-Line Votes (chart)
November 19 - CORRECTION: House Public Works Committee
November 19 - COVER STORY: Detours Ahead as GOP Drives To Reshape Government
November 19 - Democrats Hint at Defecting Unless Party Line Changes
November 19 - Draft Balanced-Budget Amendment
November 19 - EDUCATION: School Prayer Issue Picking Up Speed
November 19 - ELECTION '94: Shallow Tactics or Deep Issues: Fathoming the GOP 'Contract'
November 19 - ETHICS: Ethics Reviews GOPAC
November 19 - ETHICS: Former Rep. Kolter Pleads Innocent
November 19 - Gingrich Clears the Path For Republican Advance
November 19 - GOP Drive for a More Open House Reflects Pragmatism and Resentment
November 19 - Highlights of Welfare Proposal
November 19 - HOUSE CHAIRMEN: Gingrich Flexes His Power In Picking Panel Chiefs
November 19 - HOUSE LEADERSHIP: Some Republican Contests May Hinge on Freshmen
November 19 - In GATT Vote, Clinton Hopes To Avoid Another Nail-Biter
November 19 - LEADERSHIP: As House Democrats Regroup, Top Races Take Shape
November 19 - LEADERSHIP: GOP Leadership Fight Opens As Lott Takes On Simpson
November 19 - Losses in Swing Districts Doomed Democrats
November 19 - On the Line in 1996 (chart)
November 19 - Past Defectors (chart)
November 19 - POLITICAL NOTES: Judge Faults GOP Committee For Financing '92 Runoff
November 19 - POLITICAL NOTES: Religious Group Sees Role In Election Outcome
November 19 - POLITICAL NOTES: Sen. Simon To Retire At End of His Term
November 19 - POLITICAL NOTES: Specter Eyes White House; Gramm Files with FEC
November 19 - REORGANIZATION: GOP Bid To Reform Committees Faces Intraparty Skepticism
November 19 - REPUBLICAN AGENDA: Broad Plan Alters Nature Of Welfare Debate
November 19 - REPUBLICAN AGENDA: Budget-Amendment Vote Likely To Be First Up
November 19 - REPUBLICAN AGENDA: Capital Gains May Cause Division Within GOP
November 19 - REPUBLICAN AGENDA: Despite Popular Appeal, Limits Are No Shoo-In
November 19 - REPUBLICAN AGENDA: Fires of '94 May Reignite Over Anti-Crime Goals
November 19 - REPUBLICAN AGENDA: GOP Says Proposals Show It Cares About Seniors
November 19 - REPUBLICAN AGENDA: GOP Strikes at Cutbacks, Peacekeeping Missions
November 19 - REPUBLICAN AGENDA: GOP Uses Tax Incentives To Foster Family Values
November 19 - REPUBLICAN AGENDA: Political Terrain Is Right For Tax Bidding War
November 19 - REPUBLICAN AGENDA: Prologue From GOP 'Contract'
November 19 - REPUBLICAN AGENDA: Tort Plans Limits Liability, Aims at Frivolous Suits
November 19 - Restrictions on Amendments (chart)
November 19 - Southern Democrats: A Dying Breed
November 19 - The Double Bush Districts (chart)
November 19 - WHAT'S AHEAD: 104th Congress Prepares As 103rd Finishes Up
November 26 - CQ ROUNDTABLE: Politics of the Future Beckons Democrats
November 26 - FOREIGN POLICY: Helms on Track for Chairman Despite Flap Over Remarks
November 26 - GOP Ascendancy Predominates In End-of-Session Business
November 26 - Handicapping Lame Ducks
November 26 - House Democratic Caucus
November 26 - House Minority Leader Race (chart)
November 26 - House Minority Whip Race (chart)
November 26 - Late Starter Dodd Strikes High Profile
November 26 - LEADERSHIP: Conservative Democrats Push For Voice in House
November 26 - LEADERSHIP: Daschle, Dodd Fight To Stand Out In Senate Democrats' Race
November 26 - Lott Trying To Elbow Simpson Out of Majority Whip Post
November 26 - Senate Majority Whip Race (chart)
November 26 - Senate Minority Leader Race (chart)
November 26 - Sides Fielding New Teams In Legislative Battle
November 26 - TRADE: Dole, Clinton Compromise Greases Wheels for GATT
November 26 - WHAT'S AHEAD: 103rd Returns to Capitol For Final Business
December 3 - A Republican-Designed House Won't Please All Occupants
December 3 - A Time for Tributes
December 3 - CAMPAIGN FINANCE: FEC Sets Rules on Personal Use Of Campaign Contributions
December 3 - Candidate Resources (chart)
December 3 - Candidates for GOP Positions Target House Freshmen
December 3 - Conference Chairman
December 3 - CORRECTION: Judiciary Committee profile
December 3 - CORRECTION: Republican descriptions of 'Contract With America' bills
December 3 - CQ ROUNDTABLE: GOP Has To Confront Question of Balance
December 3 - ELECTION '94: Some Close Races Are Resolved
December 3 - Ethics To Stay With Gingrich Case
December 3 - EXECUTIVE BRANCH: Whitewater Probe Gearing Up
December 3 - Free Trade Carries the Day As GATT Easily Passes
December 3 - GATT Puts U.S. on Latest Stretch Of the Long Road to Freer Trade
December 3 - HOUSE VOTES 506 and 507 (chart)
December 3 - LAW/JUDICIARY: Term Limits Debate Moves To Congress, High Court
December 3 - LEADERSHIP: Conservatives' Pleas Go Unheeded As Democrats Keep Old Guard
December 3 - LEADERSHIP: Daschle Faces Tough Challenge In Sculpting Stronger Party
December 3 - Momentum Helps GOP Collect Record Amounts From PACs
December 3 - New Names, New Sizes for Panels (chart)
December 3 - POLITICAL NOTES: '94 Campaign Coverage Gets Mixed Reviews
December 3 - POLITICAL NOTES: GOP Share of House Vote Highest Since 1946
December 3 - PROVISIONS: Interstate Banking Law
December 3 - Public Laws
December 3 - Republicans Lay Siege To Clinton's Policy
December 3 - Self-Finance Leaders
December 3 - SENATE VOTES 328 and 329 (chart)
December 3 - Status of Major Legislation: 103rd Congress - 2nd Session
December 3 - Tax-Increase Barrier Proposed
December 3 - WHAT'S AHEAD: Elections, Organization Top Parties' Agendas
December 3 - Whip Candidates (chart)
December 3 - With Lott Victory, Senate GOP Chooses a Bolder Approach
December 10 - 'Dynamic Scoring' Plan Exposes Deep Divisions Within GOP
December 10 - 1994 Aggregate House Vote (chart)
December 10 - APPROPRIATIONS: Livingston Plans Rescissions To Show GOP Can Cut It
December 10 - COMMITTEES: New Chairmen Swing to Right; Freshmen Get Choice Posts
December 10 - CQ ROUNDTABLE: Ghosts of Speakers Past And Yet To Come
December 10 - Detour Didn't Derail DeLay
December 10 - Dole Pledges Quick Pace
December 10 - ELECTION '94: Democrats' Congressional Base Shredded by November Vote
December 10 - ELECTION '94: Some Contests Are Decided
December 10 - Endangered Caucuses (chart)
December 10 - ETHICS: Bonior Escalates Gingrich Case
December 10 - Gingrich's Changing View on Bosnia
December 10 - GOP's House-Cleaning Sweep Changes Rules, Cuts Groups
December 10 - House Committees (charts)
December 10 - House Republican Leader Races (chart)
December 10 - HOUSE RULES: Republicans Will Offer House Rules Changes
December 10 - In Search of a CBO Director
December 10 - NEW SUBCOMMITTEE CHAIRMEN
December 10 - Parts of Welfare Plan Concern GOP Moderates, Governors
December 10 - PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS: Clinton Pledges Return To 1992 Themes
December 10 - PROVISIONS: Crime Bill Provisions
December 10 - REPUBLICAN CONFERENCE: Taking Speaker's Mantle, Gingrich Vows 'Profound Transformation'
December 10 - Shaw's Concerns
December 10 - SPENDING CUTS: Consensus Elusive for Panel In Plan To Cut Benefits
December 10 - SUPREME COURT: Louisiana Redistricting Case Will Be Heard by Court
December 10 - Texans Top List of Aides Picked To Help Gingrich
December 10 - WHAT'S AHEAD: Capitol Hill Stays Busy As Parties Organize
December 10 - Winners and Losers (chart)
December 17 - Black Caucus Chooses Payne
December 17 - Clinton Woos the Middle Class As Tax Cut Contest Begins
December 17 - CORRECTION: Freshman Profile.
December 17 - CQ ROUNDTABLE: Voice of Optimism Amid the Gloom
December 17 - ELECTION '94: Connecticut Court Upholds Gejdenson's Narrow Win
December 17 - Gingrich Backs Speaker Limits
December 17 - House Committees: Agriculture
December 17 - House Committees: Appropriations
December 17 - House Committees: Banking and Financial Services (Formerly Banking, Finance and Urban Affairs)
December 17 - House Committees: Budget
December 17 - House Committees: Commerce (Formerly Energy and Commerce)
December 17 - House Committees: Economic and Educational Opportunities (Formerly Education and Labor)
December 17 - House Committees: Government Reform and Oversight (Formerly Government Operations)
December 17 - House Committees: House Oversight (Formerly House Administration)
December 17 - House Committees: International Relations (Formerly Foreign Affairs)
December 17 - House Committees: Judiciary
December 17 - House Committees: National Security (Formerly Armed Services)
December 17 - House Committees: Natural Resources
December 17 - House Committees: Rules
December 17 - House Committees: Science (Formerly Science, Space and Technology)
December 17 - House Committees: Select Intelligence
December 17 - House Committees: Small Business
December 17 - House Committees: Standards of Official Conduct
December 17 - House Committees: Transportation and Infrastructure (Formerly Public Works and Transportation)
December 17 - House Committees: Veterans' Affairs
December 17 - House Committees: Ways and Means
December 17 - House Democratic Leadership
December 17 - House Republicans Rehearse Taking Reins of Power
December 17 - Insider Kies Picked To Head Joint Tax
December 17 - INVESTIGATIONS: Perkins Pleads Guilty
December 17 - Key Foreign Aid Players
December 17 - ORGANIZATION: GOP Picks Management Pros To Run House Operations
December 17 - PROVISIONS: Education Bill Provisions
December 17 - Ranking Democrats (chart)
December 17 - REPUBLICAN RESPONSE: Sen. Thompson Outlines GOP Plans for Change
December 17 - Retrenching House Democrats Seek Solace in Seniority
December 17 - SECTION NOTE: Poll Finds Women Balk At Political Careers
December 17 - THE BUDGET: Entitlement Panel Wraps Up Without Agreeing on a Plan
December 17 - WHAT'S AHEAD: Flurry of 104th Congress To Follow Holidays
December 31 - 1994 Conservative Coalition Votes (chart)
December 31 - 1994 House Presidential Position Votes
December 31 - 1994 Party Unity Votes (chart)
December 31 - 1994 Senate Presidential Position Votes (chart)
December 31 - About This Issue
December 31 - Budgetary Trade-Offs
December 31 - Clinton Moves to Trump GOP By Targeting Programs
December 31 - Clinton's High Victory Rate Conceals Disappointments
December 31 - Clinton: No Vetoes (chart)
December 31 - Concerns About Readiness Fuel Battle Over Budget
December 31 - Conservative Coalition Definitions (chart)
December 31 - Conservative Coalition Support and Opposition: House
December 31 - Conservative Coalition Support and Opposition: Senate
December 31 - CONSERVATIVE COALITION: A Longtime Voting Bloc Falls With Southern Democrats
December 31 - CQ ROUNDTABLE: Incumbent Advantage Lost in November
December 31 - Delegate Votes Had Little Impact
December 31 - GOP Plan for a Marathon January Includes Action on the 'Contract'
December 31 - House Committees: Agriculture
December 31 - House Committees: Appropriations
December 31 - House Committees: Banking and Financial Services (Formerly Banking, Finance and Urban Affairs)
December 31 - House Committees: Budget
December 31 - House Committees: Commerce (Formerly Energy and Commerce)
December 31 - House Committees: Economic and Educational Opportunities (Formerly Education and Labor)
December 31 - House Committees: Government Reform and Oversight (Formerly Government Operations)
December 31 - House Committees: House Oversight (Formerly House Administration)
December 31 - House Committees: International Relations (Formerly Foreign Affairs)
December 31 - House Committees: Judiciary
December 31 - House Committees: National Security (Formerly Armed Services)
December 31 - House Committees: Natural Resources
December 31 - House Committees: Rules
December 31 - House Committees: Science (Formerly Science, Space and Technology)
December 31 - House Committees: Select Intelligence
December 31 - House Committees: Small Business
December 31 - House Committees: Standards of Official Conduct
December 31 - House Committees: Transportation and Infrastructure (Formerly Public Works and Transportation)
December 31 - House Committees: Veterans' Affairs
December 31 - House Committees: Ways and Means
December 31 - HOUSE KEY VOTES 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16
December 31 - Key House Votes
December 31 - Key Senate Votes
December 31 - Leading Scorers: Clinton's Support, Opposition (chart)
December 31 - Leading Scorers: Conservative Coalition (chart)
December 31 - Leading Scorers: Party Unity (chart)
December 31 - Malpractice Changes High on List
December 31 - New Congress Poised To Turn Tradition on Its Head
December 31 - No Instant End to Exemptions
December 31 - Options for Presidential Powers
December 31 - Party Unity and Party Opposition: House
December 31 - Party Unity and Party Opposition: Senate
December 31 - Party Unity Definitions (chart)
December 31 - PARTY UNITY: Political Heat Puts a Chill On Partisan-Vote Rate
December 31 - Presidential Support and Opposition: Senate
December 31 - Presidential Support Definitions
December 31 - Presidential Support, Presidential Opposition: House
December 31 - Republicans Seek Agreement On Line-Item Veto Plans
December 31 - RETIREMENT: Brown Won't Seek Re-election
December 31 - Second Session Fails To Meet Accomplishments of First
December 31 - SENATE KEY VOTES 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16
December 31 - Some Modest Proposals On Republican Table
December 31 - State Vetoes Are a Mixed Blessing
December 31 - Tauzin Staying Put
December 31 - THE HOUSE: GOP Leaders Hold Key To Gejdenson Seat
December 31 - The Pioneering States
December 31 - The Time May Be Ripe For Mandates Bill
December 31 - Tightening Farm Belt May Put Squeeze on Republicans
December 31 - Unfunded Mandates (chart)
December 31 - VOTE PARTICIPATION: Despite Campaign Pressures, Percentages Remain High
December 31 - VOTE STUDIES: Guide to CQ's Voting Analyses
December 31 - Voting Participation: House
December 31 - Voting Participation: Senate
December 31 - Where the Cuts Fall (chart)

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