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 Congressional Affairs
 1997

January 4 - Adam Smith, D-Wash. (9)
January 4 - Allen Boyd Jr., D-Fla. (2)
January 4 - Anne Northup, R-Ky. (3)
January 4 - Asa Hutchinson, R-Ark. (3)
January 4 - AVERAGE AGE, 105TH CONGRESS
January 4 - Bill Jenkins, R-Tenn. (1)
January 4 - Bob Riley, R-Ala. (3)
January 4 - Bob Smith, R-Ore. (2)
January 4 - Bobby R. Etheridge, D-N.C. (2)
January 4 - Brad Sherman, D-Calif. (24)
January 4 - Candidates for Gingrich Successor
January 4 - Carolyn Cheeks Kilpatrick, D-Mich. (15)
January 4 - Carolyn McCarthy, D-N.Y. (4)
January 4 - CHARACTERISTICS
January 4 - Charles W. 'Chip' Pickering Jr., R-Miss. (3)
January 4 - Chris Cannon, R-Utah (3)
January 4 - Chris John, D-La. (7)
January 4 - Chuck Hagel, R-Neb.
January 4 - CQ Roundtable
January 4 - Danny K. Davis, D-Ill. (7)
January 4 - Darlene Hooley, D-Ore. (5)
January 4 - David E. Price, D-N.C. (4)
January 4 - Deborah Ann Stabenow, D-Mich. (8)
January 4 - Decision Time for the House
January 4 - Dennis Kucinich, D-Ohio (10)
January 4 - Diana DeGette, D-Colo. (1)
January 4 - Ed Pease, R-Ind. (7)
January 4 - Ellen Tauscher, D-Calif. (10)
January 4 - ETHICS
January 4 - ETHICS
January 4 - ETHICS
January 4 - ETHICS
January 4 - Gingrich Allies Knew the Score
January 4 - Gingrich Responds to Allegations
January 4 - Gordon Smith, R-Ore.
January 4 - Harold E. Ford Jr., D-Tenn. (9)
January 4 - Jack Reed, D-R.I.
January 4 - James E. Rogan, R-Calif. (27)
January 4 - James H. Maloney, D-Conn. (5)
January 4 - Jay Johnson, D-Wis. (8)
January 4 - Jeff Sessions, R-Ala.
January 4 - Jerry Moran, R-Kan. (1)
January 4 - Jim Davis, D-Fla. (11)
January 4 - Jim Gibbons, R-Nev. (2)
January 4 - Jim McGovern, D-Mass. (3)
January 4 - Jim Ryun, R-Kan. (2)
January 4 - Jim Turner, D-Texas (2)
January 4 - Jo Ann Emerson, R-Mo. (8)
January 4 - John Cooksey, R-La. (5)
January 4 - John E. Peterson, R-Pa. (5)
January 4 - John E. Sununu, R-N.H. (1)
January 4 - John F. Tierney, D-Mass. (6)
January 4 - John M. Shimkus, R-Ill. (20)
January 4 - John Thune, R-S.D. (AL)
January 4 - Joseph R. Pitts, R-Pa. (16)
January 4 - Julia Carson, D-Ind. (10)
January 4 - Kay Granger, R-Texas (12)
January 4 - Kenny Hulshof, R-Mo. (9)
January 4 - Kevin Brady, R-Texas (8)
January 4 - Leonard L. Boswell, D-Iowa (3)
January 4 - Loretta Sanchez, D-Calif. (46)
January 4 - Marion Berry, D-Ark. (1)
January 4 - Mary L. Landrieu, D-La.
January 4 - Max Cleland, D-Ga.
January 4 - Max Sandlin, D-Texas (1)
January 4 - Members' Occupations
January 4 - Merrill Cook, R-Utah (2)
January 4 - Mike Enzi, R-Wyo.
January 4 - Mike McIntyre, D-N.C. (7)
January 4 - Mike Pappas, R-N.J. (12)
January 4 - Minorities in Congress
January 4 - Nick Lampson, R-Texas (9)
January 4 - Pat Roberts, R-Kan
January 4 - Pete Sessions, R-Texas (5)
January 4 - Religious Affiliations
January 4 - Richard J. Durbin, D-Ill.
January 4 - Rick Hill, R-Mont. (AL)
January 4 - Robert A. Weygand, D-R.I. (2)
January 4 - Robert Aderholt, R-Ala. (4)
January 4 - Robert G. Torricelli, D-N.J.
January 4 - Robert W. Schaffer, R-Colo. (4)
January 4 - Robert Wexler, D-Fla. (19)
January 4 - Rod R. Blagojevich, D-Ill. (5)
January 4 - Ron Kind, D-Wis. (3)
January 4 - Ron Paul, R-Texas (14)
January 4 - Roy Blunt, R-Mo. (7)
January 4 - Ruben Hinojosa, D-Texas (15)
January 4 - Sam Brownback, R-Kan.
January 4 - Silvestre Reyes, D-Texas (16)
January 4 - Spending Power
January 4 - Steven R. Rothman, D-N.J. (9)
January 4 - Subcommittee Lays Out Details of Gingrich Ethics Violations
January 4 - Susan Collins, R-Maine
January 4 - Ted Strickland, D-Ohio (6)
January 4 - THE 105TH CONGRESS
January 4 - Tim Hutchinson, R-Ark.
January 4 - Tim Johnson, D-S.D.
January 4 - Tom Allen, D-Maine (1)
January 4 - Victor F. Snyder, D-Ark. (2)
January 4 - Vince Snowbarger, R-Kan. (3)
January 4 - Virgil H. Goode Jr., D-Va. (5)
January 4 - Walter Holden Capps, D-Calif. (22)
January 4 - Wayne Allard, R-Colo.
January 4 - WEEK AHEAD
January 4 - Wes Watkins, R-Okla. (3)
January 4 - William D. Delahunt, D-Mass. (10)
January 4 - William J. Pascrell Jr., D-N.J. (8)
January 9 - CQ ROUNDTABLE
January 11 - The Vote
January 11 - Coal, Gas Want Gains From Deregulation
January 11 - COVER STORY
January 11 - COVER STORY
January 11 - DEFICIT REDUCTION
January 11 - ENERGY
January 11 - ENTITLEMENTS
January 11 - Gingrich Case Remains Hot Issue in House
January 11 - GOP Leaders' Conversation Excerpts
January 11 - ORGANIZATION
January 11 - PARTY ORGANIZATION
January 11 - Relatively Calm, Collected Senate Willingly Takes the Driver's Seat
January 11 - SECTION NOTES
January 11 - SECTION NOTES
January 11 - SECTION NOTES
January 11 - SPEAKERSHIP
January 11 - What Consequences for Leach?
January 18 - Alleged McDermott Offense Not 'Serious'
January 18 - Barshefsky Waiver Expected
January 18 - Congress' New Tool May Not Fix Much
January 18 - COVER STORY
January 18 - CQ ROUNDTABLE
January 18 - ENVIRONMENT
January 18 - ETHICS
January 18 - ETHICS
January 18 - ETHICS
January 18 - ETHICS
January 18 - Gingrich, Nominations On Agenda
January 18 - GOVERNMENT OPERATIONS
January 18 - House Ethics Panel Members At Center of Gingrich Case
January 18 - Key Trade Players
January 18 - Medicare: Fixes Don't Come Easy
January 18 - NOMINATION
January 18 - Party Leaders Rally 'Round the Speaker
January 18 - REGULATION
January 18 - SEPARATION OF POWERS
January 18 - TRADE
January 18 - U.S. Potato Farmers Taking a Beating
January 25 - CORRECTIONS
January 25 - Challenging Federal Role
January 25 - COMMERCE
January 25 - COVER STORY
January 25 - CQ ROUNDTABLE
January 25 - DEFENSE
January 25 - ENVIRONMENT
January 25 - Environment
January 25 - ETHICS
January 25 - ETHICS
January 25 - EXCERPTS OF COUNSEL REPORT IN GINGRICH ETHICS CASE
January 25 - Gingrich: Paying the Penalty
January 25 - HEALTH
January 25 - HOUSING
January 25 - INAUGURATION
January 25 - LEGISLATIVE OUTLOOK
January 25 - Legislative Outlook
January 25 - LEGISLATIVE OUTLOOK
January 25 - Legislative Priorities
January 25 - Legislative Success Elusive in Second Term
January 25 - Merry Succeeds Skene At Helm of CQ
January 25 - No Proposals for Paying for Cuts
January 25 - PARTIES
January 25 - SECTION NOTES
January 25 - STATE
January 28 - ETHICS: Members Agree Hansen's the Man For House's Least Favorite Job
February 1 - BALANCED-BUDGET AMENDMENT
February 1 - CAMPAIGN FINANCE
February 1 - Country Comes Full Circle On Balancing the Budget
February 1 - CQ ROUNDTABLE
February 1 - DEFENSE NOTES
February 1 - DEFENSE NOTES
February 1 - Downtrend in the Deficit
February 1 - ENERGY
February 1 - FOREIGN AID
February 1 - Four Freshmen on the Fence
February 1 - GOP Warns Richardson on U.N. Overhaul
February 1 - HOUSE COMMITTEES: 105TH CONGRESS
February 1 - New Twist for Clinton Budget: A Cordial GOP Reception?
February 1 - NOMINATIONS
February 1 - OBITUARY
February 1 - PRESIDENTIAL NEWS CONFERENCE
February 1 - SENATE COMMITTEES - 105TH CONGRESS
February 1 - Size of Debt Disputed
February 1 - Social Security Trust Funds At Center of Sound and Fury
February 1 - Staking Claims for Their States
February 1 - THE 1990s: REAL DEFICIT REDUCTION CAN HARM THOSE IN POWER
February 1 - Transportation
February 1 - TRANSPORTATION
February 1 - WHAT'S AHEAD: CLINTON OFFERS BUDGET STATE OF THE UNION
February 8 - ARMS CONTROL
February 8 - BALANCED-BUDGET AMENDMENT
February 8 - BUDGET
February 8 - Budget: Agriculture
February 8 - Budget: Commerce/Community Development
February 8 - Budget: Education
February 8 - Budget: Energy
February 8 - Budget: Environment
February 8 - Budget: Health and Medicare
February 8 - Budget: International Affairs
February 8 - Budget: Justice
February 8 - Budget: National Defense
February 8 - Budget: Revenues
February 8 - Budget: Science, Space and Technology
February 8 - Budget: Transportation
February 8 - Budget: Veterans' Affairs
February 8 - Campaign Finance: Lingering Doubts
February 8 - Clinton Picks Diversity Over Ideology
February 8 - CQ ROUNDTABLE
February 8 - ENVIRONMENT
February 8 - ENVIRONMENT
February 8 - For Watts, a Memorable Night
February 8 - FOREIGN AID
February 8 - INCUMBENCY
February 8 - LABOR
February 8 - LAW/JUDICIARY
February 8 - MILITARY PERSONNEL
February 8 - NOMINATION
February 8 - REDISTRICTING
February 8 - Republican Response
February 8 - SECTION NOTES
February 8 - SECTION NOTES
February 8 - SPECIAL ELECTIONS
February 8 - STATE OF THE UNION
February 8 - TAXES
February 8 - The President's Proposals, Listed by Category
February 8 - Transportation
February 8 - Transportation
February 8 - TRANSPORTATION
February 8 - What's Ahead: Clinton, GOP To Meet On Balanced Budget
February 15 - 1996 Congressional Election Highlights
February 15 - 1996 House Vote: A Tale Of Two Countries
February 15 - BALANCED-BUDGET AMENDMENT
February 15 - CAMPAIGN FINANCE
February 15 - Can Future Ballot Initiatives Work?
February 15 - COMMUNICATIONS
February 15 - Counting the Vote: 1996 Totals
February 15 - DEFENSE
February 15 - EDUCATION
February 15 - ELECTION '96
February 15 - Election Results
February 15 - Environment
February 15 - ETHICS
February 15 - GOP Gains Under Clinton
February 15 - House Vote on Family-Planning Aid Deals Abortion Foes Rare Defeat
February 15 - Primed for Congressional Battle
February 15 - Redistricting
February 15 - SECTION NOTES
February 15 - SECTION NOTES
February 15 - SECTION NOTES
February 15 - section notes
February 15 - SECTION NOTES
February 15 - SECTION NOTES
February 15 - Setting Priorities, at Least, Proves Easy
February 15 - SPECIAL ELECTIONS
February 15 - TERM LIMITS
February 15 - THE BUDGET
February 15 - TRANSPORTATION
February 15 - VETERANS AFFAIRS
February 15 - Week Ahead: Lobbying To Greet Members at Home
February 15 - Will GOP Renew Missile Defense Drive?
February 22 - BALANCED-BUDGET AMENDMENT
February 22 - By CQ Staff
February 22 - CAMPAIGN FINANCE
February 22 - CHAIRMANSHIPS
February 22 - Coelho: Race for Funds out of Hand
February 22 - COVER STORY
February 22 - COVER STORY
February 22 - CQ ROUNDTABLE
February 22 - D'Amato: Well Funded, If Not Loved
February 22 - ENERGY
February 22 - ETHICS
February 22 - Ex-IRS Head Gave Early Warning
February 22 - HEALTH
February 22 - House -- Birth Dates, Occupations, Religions, Seniority(Seniority rank is within the member's party)
February 22 - Oklahoma, Where the Tax Breaks Come Sweeping Down the Plain
February 22 - RETIREMENTS
February 22 - Senate -- Birth Dates, Occupations, Religions, Seniority (Seniority rank is within the member's party)
February 22 - Seniority in the House
February 22 - Seniority in the Senate
February 22 - SPECIAL ELECTIONS
February 22 - Top Spenders and Savers For 1998
February 22 - TRANSPORTATION
February 22 - Where the Money Is
March 1 - Amendment Vote History
March 1 - BALANCED-BUDGET AMENDMENT
March 1 - CAMPAIGN FINANCE
March 1 - Chances Improve for Revamp of Agencies
March 1 - Chemicals Covered By the Treaty
March 1 - COMMERCE
March 1 - COMMUNICATIONS
March 1 - COVER STORY
March 1 - CQ ROUNDTABLE
March 1 - ELECTIONS
March 1 - ENERGY
March 1 - ENVIRONMENT
March 1 - FOREIGN AID
March 1 - HOUSING
March 1 - LABOR
March 1 - LABOR
March 1 - Pact Would Ban All Chemical Warfare
March 1 - REDISTRICTING
March 1 - Senators Give Voice To GOP Gap Over Campaign Finance Overhaul
March 1 - Supporters Burned by 'The Torch'
March 1 - THE BUDGET
March 1 - TRADE
March 1 - TRANSPORTATION
March 1 - Treaties Sometimes Languish for Decades
March 1 - VETERANS
March 1 - WISCONSIN
March 8 - CORRECTION
March 8 - 'Brownfields' Program in Limbo
March 8 - BALANCED-BUDGET AMENDMENT
March 8 - CAMPAIGN FUNDRAISING
March 8 - CBO Predicts Deficit
March 8 - Controversial Legacy
March 8 - COVER STORY
March 8 - CQ ROUNDTABLE
March 8 - ENVIRONMENT
March 8 - ETHICS
March 8 - FOREIGN POLICY
March 8 - FUNDS PROBE EXPECTED TO GET GO-AHEAD
March 8 - LABOR
March 8 - Lott Finds Common Ground With Senate GOP Leadership
March 8 - SECTION NOTES
March 8 - SECTION NOTES
March 8 - SECTION NOTES
March 8 - SPECIAL ELECTIONS
March 8 - Tax Cut Free-for-All
March 8 - THE BUDGET
March 8 - THE HOUSE
March 8 - Thompson Touches Sensitive Nerves
March 8 - TRADE
March 8 - TRANSPORTATION
March 15 - Budget Deal No Easier Without Panetta
March 15 - CAMPAIGN FINANCE
March 15 - COVER STORY
March 15 - DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
March 15 - ENERGY
March 15 - ENVIRONMENT
March 15 - FOREIGN POLICY
March 15 - HEALTH
March 15 - Hearing Excerpts
March 15 - Jeffords Treads Carefully in New Post
March 15 - LAW/JUDICIARY
March 15 - NOMINATION
March 15 - Pending Bills Propose Regulation
March 15 - RETIREMENTS
March 15 - SECTION NOTES
March 15 - SECTION NOTES
March 15 - SECTION NOTES
March 15 - SECTION NOTES
March 15 - SENATE LEADERSHIP
March 15 - TELECOMMUNICATIONS
March 15 - The Art of Controversy
March 15 - THE ARTS
March 15 - THE BUDGET
March 15 - The Deal That Got Out of the Bag
March 15 - TRANSPORTATION
March 22 - ABORTION
March 22 - CAMPAIGN FINANCE
March 22 - COMMITTEES: A FULL CIRCLE
March 22 - COMMITTEES: House Committee Assignments
March 22 - COMMITTEES: House Committee Assignments
March 22 - COMMITTEES: House Officers and Committees
March 22 - COMMITTEES: House Officers and Committees
March 22 - COMMITTEES: House Phones and Rooms
March 22 - COMMITTEES: House Republican and Democratic Party Committees
March 22 - COMMITTEES: House Rules
March 22 - COMMITTEES: House Seniority
March 22 - COMMITTEES: House Standards of Official Conduct
March 22 - COMMITTEES: Joint Library
March 22 - COMMITTEES: Joint Printing
March 22 - COMMITTEES: Key to Listings
March 22 - COMMITTEES: Senate Committee Assignments
March 22 - COMMITTEES: Senate Officers and Committees
March 22 - COMMITTEES: Senate Phone and Rooms
March 22 - COMMITTEES: Senate Republican and Democratic Party Committees
March 22 - COMMITTEES: Senate Rules
March 22 - COMMITTEES: Senate Select Ethics
March 22 - COMMITTEES: Senate Seniority
March 22 - CQ ROUNDTABLE
March 22 - DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
March 22 - Ethics
March 22 - Floods Prompt Talk of Change
March 22 - FOREIGN POLICY
March 22 - House Probe's Outspoken Leader Finds His Own Conduct Is Raising Questions
March 22 - Key Players in Determining D.C.'s Fate
March 22 - LABOR
March 22 - LEADERSHIP
March 22 - Mr. Packwood Goes Back to Washington
March 22 - NOMINATION
March 22 - Partisan Waters
March 22 - Politics Often Part of the Process
March 22 - REGULATIONS
March 22 - SPECIAL ELECTION
March 22 - THE BUDGET
March 22 - Woodshed Session Works Both Ways
March 29 - CQ ROUNDTABLE
March 29 - ENERGY
March 29 - Hill Panels Look Into Disputed Elections
March 29 - REDISTRICTING
March 29 - SECTION NOTES
March 29 - SECTION NOTES
March 29 - SECTION NOTES
March 29 - SECTION NOTES
March 29 - THE BUDGET
March 29 - Utility Industry Contributions 1995-96
April 5 - COMMUNICATIONS
April 5 - COVER STORY
April 5 - CQ ROUNDTABLE
April 5 - DEMOCRATIC STRATEGY
April 5 - FUNDRAISING TERMS
April 5 - FUNDRAISING TERMS
April 5 - FUNDRAISING TERMS
April 5 - HOUSE PROBE
April 5 - KEY EVENTS
April 5 - LEGISLATIVE PROSPECTS
April 5 - RECESS NOTES
April 5 - RECESS NOTES
April 5 - REGULATIONS
April 5 - SELLING ACCESS
April 5 - SENATE PROBE
April 5 - Tales of Scandal and Intrigue Have Been Part of Probes
April 5 - TELECOMMUNICATIONS
April 5 - Thompson: Down-Home Demeanor And a Bit of Beltway Brawn
April 5 - Weapons Pact, Budget Await Members
April 5 - Will 'Pit Bull' Burton's Polemics Last Or Mellow in the High-Profile Probe?
April 6 - RECESS NOTES
April 12 - '96 ELECTIONS
April 12 - A Range of Reactions
April 12 - Alleged Drug-Tuna Link Draws Heat
April 12 - CAMPAIGN FINANCE
April 12 - COVER STORY
April 12 - Democratic House Seats in Republican Presidential Districts -- The
April 12 - ENVIRONMENT
April 12 - Excerpts From Judge's Ruling
April 12 - FOREIGN POLICY
April 12 - HOUSE SPEAKER'S ADDRESS
April 12 - LAW/JUDICIARY
April 12 - MORTGAGE INSURANCE
April 12 - NUCLEAR REGULATION
April 12 - PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION
April 12 - SECTION NOTES
April 12 - SECTION NOTES
April 12 - Shove Shows Degree of Separation
April 12 - SPEAKER
April 12 - Split-Ticket Congressmen
April 12 - Task Force Given Extension
April 12 - TAXES
April 12 - THE ARTS
April 12 - THE BUDGET
April 12 - TREATIES
April 19 - 1982 Plan to Divide Waste Burden Faded
April 19 - BUDGET
April 19 - CAMPAIGN FINANCE
April 19 - CAMPAIGN FINANCE
April 19 - CQ ROUNDTABLE
April 19 - ELECTION '96
April 19 - ENVIRONMENT
April 19 - ENVIRONMENT
April 19 - ETHICS
April 19 - ETHICS
April 19 - Hard-Liners and Pragmatists Fight for GOP's Fiscal Soul
April 19 - HOUSING
April 19 - LINE-ITEM VETO
April 19 - MORTGAGE INSURANCE
April 19 - NEW MEMBER PROFILE
April 19 - SPECIAL ELECTION
April 19 - Swelling Supplemental Spending Bill Is Another Victim of Spring Floods
April 19 - TAXES
April 19 - The Doles' Fortunes: Still Rising
April 19 - VETERANS AFFAIRS
April 26 - AUTHORIZATION BILLS PASS HOUSE WITH LITTLE DEBATE
April 26 - COVER STORY
April 26 - CQ ROUNDTABLE
April 26 - Crime
April 26 - Did China Try To Influence Elections?
April 26 - ELECTION '96
April 26 - ENVIRONMENT
April 26 - ETHICS
April 26 - Focus on Floods and Farmland
April 26 - For Lott, a Chance To Rise Above the Fray
April 26 - Members on the Move
April 26 - NEW YORK
April 26 - SEPARATION OF POWERS
April 26 - THE BUDGET
April 26 - THE HOUSE
April 26 - TREATIES
May 3 - APPROPRIATIONS: Veto-Bait Provisions Ensnarl Emergency Spending Bill
May 3 - CHRONOLOGY: Clinton and the GOP Congress: A Rough Road to Agreement
May 3 - COMMERCE: Shipping Bill Advances
May 3 - COMMITTEES: Funding Approved For House Panels
May 3 - COMMUNICATIONS: Panel Approves Bill To Create TV Ratings Based on Content
May 3 - COVER STORY: Clinton, GOP Congress Strike Historic Budget Agreement
May 3 - CQ ROUNDTABLE: Groping for a Record To Run On
May 3 - DEMOCRATIC LEADERSHIP: Clinton Presses Liberals to Accept A Dose of Fiscal Conservatism
May 3 - ELECTORAL IMPACT: Budget Votes Will Resonate In Election Years Ahead
May 3 - FOREIGN POLICY: Gingrich Making Waves On Overseas Issues
May 3 - LABOR: Herman is Confirmed Easily After Clinton-GOP Accord
May 3 - LABOR: House Education Committee Approves Job Training Bill
May 3 - LAW/JUDICIARY: GOP Caucus Rejects Proposals To Alter Confirmation Process
May 3 - LAW/JUDICIARY: Measure on Juvenile Crime Heads to House Floor
May 3 - LAW/JUDICIARY: Senate Passes Liability Bill
May 3 - Plan Would Cut a Variety of Taxes . . . And Modestly Curb Entitlements
May 3 - PRODUCT LIABILITY: Critics Ask for Bigger Changes As Panel OKs Overhaul Bill
May 3 - PUBLIC LANDS: Land Set-Aside by Clinton Prompts Outrage in Utah
May 3 - REPUBLICAN LEADERSHIP: GOP Leaders Coax the Restive Right To Overlook Plan's Imperfections
May 3 - SECTION NOTES: GOP Hints at Compromise On Fast-Track Authority
May 3 - SPECIAL ELECTIONS: Brickbats Fly in Contest To Replace Richardson
May 10 - APPROPRIATIONS: Senate Finishes Supplemental Bill, But Smooth Passage Unlikely
May 10 - BUDGET DEAL: Initial Elation Over Agreement Tempered by Tough Details
May 10 - BUDGET DEAL: Lawmakers React to Package With Grudging Acceptance
May 10 - COVER STORY: Tobacco Foes Smell a Victory In Coming Court Battles
May 10 - Eleventh-Hour Windfall
May 10 - ENVIRONMENT: Effort To Ease Restrictions Of Species Act Rejected
May 10 - GOP Outlines Ambitious Schedule
May 10 - Heated Debate in Store for Senate Bill
May 10 - House vs. Senate Emergency Spending Bills, by Agency
May 10 - LAW/JUDICIARY: As Deal With Clinton Unravels, House OKs Juvenile Bill
May 10 - NOMINATION: Tenet Given Warm Reception By Intelligence Panel
May 10 - On the Menu: Paved Alaska?
May 10 - Overhaul Bill Shifts More Authority To Local Public Housing Officials
May 10 - PRESIDENTIAL NEWS CONFERENCE: Clinton: Plan Would Balance Budget While Bolstering Key Programs
May 10 - SECTION NOTES: Contributions to International Institutions OK'd by Panel
May 10 - SECTION NOTES: Eizenstat, Pickering Approved By Foreign Relations Panel
May 10 - SECTION NOTES: House Panel Votes To Limit Monument Designations
May 17 - A Funding Increase
May 17 - ABORTION: Senate Heads for Showdown On Controversial Procedure
May 17 - ARMS CONTROL: GOP, Pentagon Cross Swords Over Anti-Missile Effort
May 17 - COMMERCE: Electric Utilities Deregulation Runs Into an Impasse
May 17 - COVER STORY: Republicans Feeling the Heat As Policy Becomes Reality
May 17 - CQ ROUNDTABLE: In Presidential Races, Suburbs Are Key
May 17 - DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA: To Revitalize City, A Spate of Plans
May 17 - Earlier Deals Set the Stage
May 17 - ELECTION LAW: Court Lets Decision Stand On Alaska's Open Primary
May 17 - ENVIRONMENT: Prospects in Senate Brighten For Rewrite of Species Law
May 17 - ETHICS: Gingrich To Pay Half of Penalty From His Own Pocket
May 17 - NEW MEMBER PROFILE: Bill Redmond R-N.M. (3)
May 17 - NEW MEXICO: Big Green Party Vote Helps GOP's Redmond Roll
May 17 - Of Paper and Parochialism
May 17 - SECTION NOTES: Cohen Sets Up Task Force To Streamline Pentagon
May 17 - SECTION NOTES: Field Forming Early In Kentucky 6th
May 17 - SECTION NOTES: House Democrats Assure Passage of Jobs Bill
May 17 - SECTION NOTES: House Panel Approves Flag-Burning Measure
May 17 - SECTION NOTES: Ohio Senate Race Draws Democrat
May 17 - Tensions Mount Within House GOP
May 17 - Washington: Rep. Smith Becomes First To Challenge Murray
May 24 - 1996 ELECTION: District Vote for President
May 24 - ABORTION: Foes of Controversial Procedure Boosted by Strong Vote
May 24 - APPROPRIATIONS: Divided Republicans Go Home Without Passing Disaster Aid
May 24 - As Each Side Moves to Center, Plan Is Almost a 'Done Deal'
May 24 - BANKING: Under Treasury Plan, Congress To Decide Tough Issues
May 24 - BUDGET DEAL: For Majority in House, Agreement Was a Good Deal for Both Parties
May 24 - Budget Measures Await End of Holiday Recess
May 24 - CQ ROUNDTABLE: Campaign Reformers' Season of Despond
May 24 - FOREIGN POLICY: Foes of China's Trade Privileges Fight To Void Clinton Decision
May 24 - Gephardt's Opposition
May 24 - PUERTO RICO: Panel OKs Measure On Island's Status
May 24 - SECTION NOTES: California Poll May Encourge Feinstein, Bono Bids in '98
May 24 - SECTION NOTES: Foglietta's Rome Appointment Could Bring Back Blackwell
May 24 - SECTION NOTES: INS Delivers 500,000 Names For Sanchez-Dornan Probe
May 24 - SECTION NOTES: Reid Draws a Businessman As Prospective Challenger
May 24 - SECTION NOTES: Two-Year Budgeting Cycle Approved by Panel
May 24 - Senate Does Little To Change Plan Despite Amendment Turmoil
May 24 - Several Senators Reverse '95 Votes
May 24 - Shuster's Steamroller Stopped -- For Now
May 24 - The Switchers
May 24 - TREATY: Senate Passes Bill To Enforce Chemical Weapons Ban
May 24 - Wealth, the Suburbs and Ticket-Splitting
May 31 - APPROPRIATIONS: Justices Hear Arguments in Challenge To Presidential Line-Item Veto Law
May 31 - COVER STORY: Appropriations Season Begins With New Deal, Old Battles
May 31 - CQ ROUNDTABLE: Budget Deal May Face Mutiny in the House
May 31 - RETIREMENT: Molinari To Trade Congress For Career in Television
May 31 - Small Amounts, Big Fights
June 7 - APPROPRIATIONS: Despite Expected Veto, Republicans Have No 'Plan B' On Disaster Aid
June 7 - CAMPAIGN FINANCE: Democrats' Threat To Walk Out Heats Up Senate Probe
June 7 - COVER STORY: Principles and Politics Converge As Gephardt Sets Own Course
June 7 - ENVIRONMENT: Key Hill Players Warily Await Decision on Clean Air Rules
June 7 - Eyes on Another Prize
June 7 - Gephardt Voting Record
June 7 - NOMINATION: Helms Calls Weld Unacceptable As Ambassador to Mexico
June 7 - RECONCILIATION: House Panel Dodges Squabbles Over Medicare in Budget Plan
June 7 - RECONCILIATION: Republicans Make First Break With Balanced-Budget Deal
June 7 - SECTION NOTES: Effort To Recall Senators Falls Short in Wisconsin
June 7 - SECTION NOTES: Louisiana Vote Records Hauled 1,000 Miles for Copying
June 7 - THE BUDGET: Hill OKs Fiscal '98 Resolution, But Trouble Spots Abound
June 14 - APPROPRIATIONS: Clinton Signs 'Clean' Disaster Aid After Flailing GOP Yields to Veto
June 14 - APPROPRIATIONS: Committees Race Against Time To Parcel Out the Money
June 14 - ARMS CONTROL: 57 Senators Pressure Clinton To Ban Anti-Personnel Mines
June 14 - CAMPAIGN FINANCE: Fundraising Probe Erupts Into Partisan Warfare
June 14 - COVER STORY: Archer-Backed Tax-Cut Package Finds Critics in All Corners
June 14 - CQ ROUNDTABLE: For GOP, a New Song -- Same Ending
June 14 - DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION: Panels Reject Further Base Closings, Differ Sharply on Arms Programs
June 14 - FOREIGN POLICY: Debate on China's Trade Status Follows Familiar Script
June 14 - FOREIGN POLICY: Panel's Plan for Paying U.N. Debt May Signal Breakthrough
June 14 - House Votes To Support NATO Expansion
June 14 - House, Senate Tackle Budget Legislation
June 14 - Key Cuts and Revenue Raisers In Ways and Means Tax Package
June 14 - LAW/JUDICIARY: Plan To Ban Flag Desecration Wins Bipartisan Vote in House
June 14 - LAW/JUDICIARY: Vote To Limit Judges' Powers Indicates Rocky Path Ahead
June 14 - New Heights for Airline Ticket Tax
June 14 - PERQUISITES: Politics in and out of Capitol Make Pay Raise Unlikely
June 14 - Reconciliation: Auction of Spectrum Advances, Though Many Doubt Numbers
June 14 - RECONCILIATION: Commerce Approves Proposal To Cut Medicaid Spending
June 14 - RECONCILIATION: Medicare Overhaul Proposals Approved by House Panels
June 14 - RECONCILIATION: Panel's Democrats Lose Effort To Change Welfare Proposal
June 14 - Records Dispute RNC Statement
June 14 - SECTION NOTES: NOAA Bill Spurs New Round In House Turf Fight
June 14 - Tamraz: Touching all Bases
June 14 - Welfare Highlights
June 21 - BANKING: Wall Between Financial Services Dealt First Real Blow in House
June 21 - CAMPAIGN FINANCE: Burton's Deposition Authority Sparks Further Rancor
June 21 - Comparison of Provisions Of House and Senate Bills
June 21 - Cover Story: Gingrich Under Fire as Discord Simmers From Rank to Top
June 21 - DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA: Panel Approves Plan To Put Services in Federal Hands
June 21 - FOREIGN POLICY: China's Favored Trade Status One Step Closer to Renewal
June 21 - FOREIGN POLICY: U.N. Debt Payment Plan Advances, But Several Hurdles Remain
June 21 - LAW/JUDICIARY: Effort To Ban Racial Preference At Federal Level Restarted
June 21 - Livingston Flip-Flops; Report Advances
June 21 - OREGON: Rep. Furse Sets Her Own Term Limit at Three
June 21 - RECONCILIATION: Bipartisan Senate Finance Deal Mines the Tobacco Tax Lode
June 21 - RECONCILIATION: Finance Panel Approves Bill To Trim Medicaid Spending
June 21 - RECONCILIATION: Medicare Overhaul Heads For Senate Floor Battle
June 21 - RECONCILIATION: Welfare Package OK'd By Senate Finance
June 21 - SECTION NOTES: Leach, Torres Seek To Allow Some Exports to Cuba
June 21 - SECTION NOTES: Morales Plans To Challenge Sessions in Texas 5th
June 21 - SECTION NOTES: Supreme Court Upholds Latest Georgia Map
June 21 - SECTION NOTES: TV Ratings Talks Stall As Deadline Looms
June 21 - THE CENSUS: Statistics Stir the Passions Of Parties' Boosters
June 28 - After Break for Fourth, More Fireworks
June 28 - APPROPRIATIONS: Interior Bill Advances to House With Hot Spots Still Hot
June 28 - APPROPRIATIONS: Legislative Branch Decrease Recommended by Panel
June 28 - APPROPRIATIONS: Spending on Housing, Veterans Boosted by Subcommittee
June 28 - CAMPAIGN FINANCE: Levin and Specter Broker Deal; Probe Appears Back on Track
June 28 - COVER STORY: Congress Prepares New Assault On Troubled Superfund Sites
June 28 - CQ ROUNDTABLE: Democratic Landscape Is Decidedly Urban
June 28 - DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION: Pentagon Backers in House Settle For Modest Budget Increase
June 28 - Deficit Hawks Fight for Enforcement
June 28 - ELECTION '98: Romer, Bono Will Not Run For Senate Seats
June 28 - ENVIRONMENT: Democrats Show Divisions On New Clean Air Rules
June 28 - ENVIRONMENT: Panel Approves Waste Compact
June 28 - Excerpts of the Opinions
June 28 - FOREIGN POLICY: Critics of China Lose Trade Vote, But Other Bills Wait in Wings
June 28 - Jenkins vs. Landrieu: Round by Round
June 28 - LOUISIANA: New Revelations Rock Probe Of 1996 Senate Contest
June 28 - RECONCILIATION: Conference Battles Are Expected Over Senate Medicare Changes
June 28 - REDISTRICTING: Court Rejects Virginia 3rd
June 28 - SECTION NOTES: Commission Calls for Creation Of a Board to Oversee IRS
June 28 - SECTION NOTES: House Clears Bill Clarifying Interstate Banking Law
June 28 - SECTION NOTES: House Panel OKs Legislation To Aid Sub-Saharan Africa
June 28 - SECTION NOTES: Latest House Committee Tiff Hits EPA Research Bill
June 28 - SEPARATION OF POWERS: Supreme Court Dismisses Case Against Line-Item Veto Law
June 28 - SUPREME COURT: Brady Decision Reflects Effort To Curb Congress' Authority
June 28 - TAXES: Democrats Steamrolled in House But Find Senate GOP Obliging
June 28 - TELECOMMUNICATIONS: Court Strikes Down Ban On Internet 'Indecency'
June 28 - THE BUDGET: Tax and Spending Bills Passed; Deal Now in Conferees' Hands
June 28 - The Key Outstanding Issues
July 5 - Analyses Yield Different Futures
July 5 - Correction
July 5 - COVER STORY: Round 1 of Fundraising Probe To Focus on Democrats
July 5 - CQ ROUNDTABLE: Governors Not Sold On Senate Bids
July 5 - DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION: Stage Is Set for a Senate Test Of Cohen's Base-Closing Plan
July 5 - For Staff Members, Tensions Run High
July 5 - From Barbour to Zhan: Key Players In Upcoming Senate Hearings
July 5 - Governmental Affairs Committee Members Get Ready for Hearings
July 5 - NEW YORK: Battle To Replace Molinari Already Heating Up
July 5 - Resignations Roil House Finance Probe
July 5 - SECTION NOTES: Boozman Opens Filing Season For Senate Seat in Arkansas
July 5 - SECTION NOTES: New Map for Virginia District Will Not Be Drawn in 1997
July 5 - Taxes: Clinton Firm That Tax Cut Bill Must Bend Democrats' Way
July 12 - A Tale of Two Bay Cities
July 12 - APPROPRIATIONS: Chairman Has High Hopes For Labor-HHS Measure
July 12 - APPROPRIATIONS: House and Senate Showdown Expected On Energy, Water
July 12 - APPROPRIATIONS: House Committee Approves VA-HUD Spending Bill
July 12 - APPROPRIATIONS: Military Construction Measure Passes Easily in House
July 12 - CAMPAIGN FINANCE: Republicans Find Hearings Off to a Shaky Start
July 12 - Can the GOP Come Back in the City?
July 12 - COMMUNICATIONS: New TV Ratings May Not Settle The Issue for Congress
July 12 - COVER STORY: Cities: Decidedly Democratic, Declining in Population
July 12 - CQ ROUNDTABLE: After the Budget Deal, What's To Fight Over?
July 12 - DEFENSE: Senate Rebuffs Clinton Plan For Further Base Cutbacks
July 12 - Democrats Gather Their Own Ammo
July 12 - Domenici Dug Deep for State's Ditches
July 12 - INTELLIGENCE: Senate Confirms Tenet As Intelligence Chief
July 12 - INVESTIGATIONS: Proposed Study Divides Panel
July 12 - LAW/JUDICIARY: Federal Affirmative Action Ban Clears First House Hurdle
July 12 - LAW/JUDICIARY: Hatch's 'Conservative' Style Irks Some Republicans
July 12 - LOUISIANA: Election Investigation Stalls -- Perhaps Permanently
July 12 - Members From Urban Districts
July 12 - Northern City Margins
July 12 - Panel Wades Through Amendments
July 12 - PERQUISITES: Gephardt, Gingrich Meet Over Pay Raises, Cole Subpoena
July 12 - REGULATION: Tobacco Settlement Creaks Under Review of Congress
July 12 - SECTION NOTES: Chenoweth To Get Challenger In Next GOP Primary
July 12 - SECTION NOTES: Ferraro Says 'Probably' On Run at D'Amato
July 12 - SECTION NOTES: GOP Former Rep. Cremeans Set for Comeback Bid
July 12 - SECTION NOTES: New Mexico Democrats Eye Schiff's Seat in 1998
July 12 - Senate Panel OKs Defense Spending
July 12 - Status of Major Legislation
July 12 - The 'Urban States' of America
July 12 - THE BUDGET: Hopeful Negotiation Schedule Threatened by Tax Battles
July 12 - The Huang Bombshell
July 19 - APPROPRIATIONS: 9th Circuit Part of Debate On Commerce Spending
July 19 - APPROPRIATIONS: Agriculture Measure Delayed By Other House Events
July 19 - APPROPRIATIONS: Congressional Staff To Get Cost of Living Increases
July 19 - APPROPRIATIONS: House Passes VA-HUD Spending With Deep Cut to AmeriCorps
July 19 - APPROPRIATIONS: House, Senate Interior Bills Differ Over Land Purchases, Arts
July 19 - APPROPRIATIONS: Lawmakers Urged To Keep Bill Free of Extraneous Items
July 19 - APPROPRIATIONS: Panel Adds Money for Reserves, Guard, Family Housing
July 19 - APPROPRIATIONS: Roads Would Get $23.6 Billion In Senate Transportation Bill
July 19 - CAMPAIGN FINANCE: An Absent Witness Plays Key Role In Second Week of Hearings
July 19 - Campbell Diverts Water Project Attack
July 19 - Correction
July 19 - COVER STORY: Coup Attempt Throws GOP Off Legislative Track
July 19 - CQ ROUNDTABLE: A Run of Good News: How Far Can It Go?
July 19 - Dunn Victory a Win for Gingrich
July 19 - FOREIGN POLICY: Overseas Private Investment Bill Clears Several Hurdles
July 19 - LAW/JUDICIARY: Republicans Defeat Effort On Gun Safety Locks
July 19 - LOUISIANA: Vote Probe Stuck In Senate Limbo
July 19 - MEDICARE: GOP, Conferees Aim To Resolve Major Issues on Overhaul
July 19 - NOMINATION: Weld Fires a Broadside At Immovable Helms
July 19 - REGULATION: Wheels Turning in Congress To Make Tobacco Deal Law
July 19 - SECTION NOTES: Pentagon Violated Own Rules On Assigning Officers to Hill
July 19 - Status of Major Legislation (105th Congress)
July 19 - TAX ISSUES DIVIDE PARTIES, CHAMBERS
July 19 - THE BUDGET: Internal Divisions, White House Frustrate GOP's Tax Agenda
July 19 - The Budget: Narrowly Crafted Provision Aims To Help One Company
July 19 - TRANSPORTATION: Lawmakers Watch Budget Bill As Funding Measure Stalls
July 19 - Why Audiences Are Tuning Out
July 26 - A Backlash in Juneau
July 26 - Abortion Battlegrounds
July 26 - Another Front in the Air War
July 26 - APPROPRIATIONS: Abortion Controversy Stymies Two Foreign Policy Bills
July 26 - APPROPRIATIONS: Bill Would Have White House Prepay for Political Events
July 26 - APPROPRIATIONS: Budget Allocation Quiets Rancor As Labor Bills Move to Floor
July 26 - APPROPRIATIONS: House Energy-Water Bill Passes by Wide Margin
July 26 - APPROPRIATIONS: House Panel Approves Defense Bill In Face of Veto Threat
July 26 - APPROPRIATIONS: Panel Backs Reimbursement Of Lawmakers' Legal Fees
July 26 - APPROPRIATIONS: Senate Panel Sets New Hurdles For Interior Spending Bill
July 26 - APPROPRIATIONS: Transportation Bills Advance With Record Funding Levels
July 26 - CAMPAIGN FINANCE: Barbour Stays Cool as Democrats Shift Spotlight to Republicans
July 26 - COVER STORY: GOP Weighs 'Impure' Budget Deal As Clinton Holds High Ground
July 26 - CQ ROUNDTABLE: Medicare: Complexities Of a 'Simple' Solution
July 26 - CULTURAL AGENCIES: Panel Votes To Save Arts Agency, But House, Senate Still at Odds
July 26 - Democrats Stall To Protest Rules Slight
July 26 - ENVIRONMENT: Senate Reaches Compromise On Dolphin Protections
July 26 - ENVIRONMENT: Senate Sends Signal to Clinton On Global Warming Treaty
July 26 - Frustration Sparks Rebellion, Discontent Fuels Smoldering Fire
July 26 - Gingrich Adviser on NPF Payroll
July 26 - LAW/JUDICIARY: House Panel OKs Witness Bill
July 26 - LEADERSHIP: Party Stalwarts Will Determine Gingrich's Long-Term Survival
July 26 - LOUISIANA: Democrats Call for an End To Election Investigation
July 26 - MEDICARE: Bipartisan Consensus Hampered By Means-Testing Battle
July 26 - Paxon: On Hold or On Deck?
July 26 - Status of Legislation (105th Congress)
July 26 - Tax Negotiators Seek New Tack After Clinton, GOP Dig In
August 2 - ANTITRUST: Panel Votes To Partially Lift Baseball's Exemption
August 2 - APPROPRIATIONS: Small Legislative Spending Bill Could Present Big Problems
August 2 - APPROPRIATIONS: Stevens 'Cracks a Few Heads' In Moving Senate Bills
August 2 - ARKANSAS: Ex-Rep. Lincoln To Seek Bumpers' Senate Seat
August 2 - Budget Backslapping Signals Recess Start
August 2 - BUDGET: A Balanced-Budget Deal Won, A Defining Issue Lost
August 2 - BUDGET: GOP Leaders Extol Tax Cuts, Other Budget Deal Features
August 2 - BUDGET: President Clinton Announces 'A Principled Compromise'
August 2 - CAMPAIGN FINANCE: Hearings, Short on Surprises, Cover Familiar Terrain
August 2 - CAMPAIGN FINANCE: Kim To Plead Guilty to Charges In Illegal Contribution Probe
August 2 - Correction
August 2 - CQ ROUNDTABLE: Warnings of GOP Rout Are Premature
August 2 - In Tax Cut Glow, GOP Rediscovers Unity
August 2 - LOUISIANA: Senate GOP To Go It Alone In Probe of '96 Election
August 2 - NEW YORK: Flake To Resign By December
August 2 - NOMINATION: Weld, Crusading for Confirmation, May Have Eyes on Another Prize
August 2 - Scouting Out the Final Deal
August 2 - SECTION NOTES: House Passes Bill To End Double Taxation
August 2 - Testimony During the Week of July 28
August 2 - TRANSPORTATION: In a Challenge to GOP Leaders, Shuster Wants More for Roads
August 2 - WELFARE: Worker Protections Remain For Welfare Recipients
August 2 - White House Shares Blame for Logjam
August 9 - 'A True Milestone for Our Nation'
August 9 - CAMPAIGN FINANCE: Amid Cries for Reform, Parties And Politicians Pack Coffers
August 9 - CAMPAIGN FINANCE: Senate Panel Probes Charges Of White House Favoritism
August 9 - Departing the Hill
August 9 - LEGISLATIVE AFFAIRS: Eagen To Oversee House Staff
August 9 - LOUISIANA: Despite Protests, Warner Issues Probe Subpoenas
August 9 - NOMINATIONS: Lugar May Step Up To Bat for Weld
August 9 - REDISTRICTING: Clyburn District Stands While N.Y. Remaps Six
August 9 - RETIREMENT: Fawell Adds Name to List Of Departing Veterans
August 9 - SECTION NOTES: Rep. Charles Taylor Has 'Minor Stroke'
August 9 - SECTION NOTES: Rep. Lewis Says No To Senate Race
August 9 - SEPARATION OF POWERS: Clinton Weighs Politics, History In Decision To Use Veto Power
August 9 - Status of Major Legislation 105th Congress
August 16 - A Clash of Partisan and Family Loyalties
August 16 - Alaska's 'Fringe': The Parties' Future?
August 16 - Annual Fall Tasks Top Post-Break Agenda
August 16 - Both Chairmen Claim Bragging Rights
August 16 - CQ ROUNDTABLE: Weld Against Helms: Senate's Original Sin
August 16 - ETHICS: Kim Admits Taking Illegal Donations
August 16 - For GOP, Roaring '20s Ended With a Whimper
August 16 - LEGISLATIVE AFFAIRS: Gingrich Taps Greenwood To Head Strategy Team
August 16 - LOUISIANA: Warner's New Orleans Hearings On '96 Election Come Up Dry
August 16 - New York and Clinton: No Love Lost
August 16 - POLITICAL PARTIES: Politics and Marketing Merge In Parties' Bid for Relevance
August 16 - REGULATION: Documents Offer a Closer Look At Tobacco's Clout in Congress
August 16 - Same Party, Very Different Voices
August 16 - SEPARATION OF POWERS: Clinton Finds New Veto Power Too Tempting To Postpone
August 16 - Status of Appropriations
August 16 - Status of Major Legislation
August 30 - A Donor With a Mission
August 30 - CAMPAIGN FINANCE: High Drama Possible as Senate Panel Continues Fundraising Hearings
August 30 - CQ ROUNDTABLE: For Gingrich and Co., A Power Vacuum
August 30 - DEFENSE: Supporters of Land Mine Ban Step Up Pressure on Clinton
August 30 - ELECTION '98: Re-Election Prospects Brighten For 'Year of Woman' Senators
August 30 - House, Senate To Face Lengthy 'To Do' List
August 30 - LEADERSHIP: Concerned GOP Urges Gingrich: Settle Down to Housekeeping
August 30 - LEGISLATIVE OUTLOOK: INSIDE CONGRESS
August 30 - LEGISLATIVE SUMMARY: Budget Agreement Overshadows Congress' Autumn Agenda
August 30 - More Pressure on Reno
August 30 - Public Laws
August 30 - SECTION NOTES: Brown's Son Admits Illegal Donations
August 30 - SECTION NOTES: Joe Kennedy Says No To Governor's Race
August 30 - September Dash To Run Smoother?
August 30 - Speaker Tries To Soften Image on Tour
August 30 - Status of Major Legislation
September 6 - 85 Ways To Fix Campaign Finance
September 6 - A Testy Response to Clinton's Plan
September 6 - APPROPRIATIONS: Abortion Issue Again Promises To Ensnarl Foreign Aid Bill
September 6 - APPROPRIATIONS: Fetal Tissue Study to Union Vote: Issues May Delay Labor-HHS Bill
September 6 - Campaign Finance Hearings: Testimony During the Week of Sept. 1
September 6 - CAMPAIGN FINANCE: Temple Nuns, Attorney General Bring News for Gore
September 6 - COVER STORY: Advocates Setting Own Agenda For Campaign Finance Change
September 6 - CQ ROUNDTABLE: Tales From Beyond The Beltway
September 6 - DEFENSE: Hope Seen for Compromise On B-2, Bosnia Disputes
September 6 - DEPARTURES: Gonzalez Says He'll Resign, Cites Medical Problems
September 6 - DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA: Republicans Push School Vouchers
September 6 - ENVIRONMENT: Democrats' Dissent Leads GOP To Hold Up Superfund Bill
September 6 - FOREIGN POLICY: Backers of Tough Stand in Bosnia Urge Clinton To Rally Public
September 6 - HEALTH: Work on Drug-Approval Rules Proceeds Without Kennedy
September 6 - Highlights of Regulatory Bill
September 6 - INVESTIGATIONS: Democrats Use Senate Slowdown To Try To End Election Probe
September 6 - Nomination: Three Senators Side With Lugar, Demand Meeting on Weld
September 6 - REGULATION: Regulatory Bill's Moderation May Be Its Weakness
September 6 - REGULATION: Tobacco Settlement Staggers As Hill Looks to Clinton
September 6 - Soft Money: The Root of All Evil Or a Party-Building Necessity?
September 13 - Congress Enters Uncharted Territory With Bill on Religious Persecution
September 13 - CQ ROUNDTABLE: Remembrance of Past Not Spoken Here
September 13 - DEFENSE: Backers of Global Land Mine Ban Gain Ground in Oslo, Congress
September 13 - Dueling Committees Will Keep Up Heat
September 13 - ETHICS: House Panel To Resume Watch As Moratorium Is Lifted
September 13 - HEALTH: Critics: Law Could Be Unhealthful For Elderly -- and for Medicare
September 13 - House Ethics Cases Pending
September 13 - It's All In the Name
September 13 - LAW/JUDICIARY: Crimes Committed With Guns May Carry Higher Penalties
September 13 - LAW/JUDICIARY: Sex Offender Bill Sparks Debate
September 13 - Medicare Options Available
September 13 - MILITARY CONSTRUCTION: Pentagon's Housing Fund Stressed By the Burden of History
September 13 - Military Construction: Smooth Sailing
September 13 - NOMINATIONS: Helms Lashes Back at Critics, Holds Firm on Blocking Weld
September 13 - REGULATION: Senate Votes Rev Up Momentum For Tougher Tobacco Deal
September 13 - RETIREMENT: New Opportunities Beckoning Reps. Foglietta, Christensen
September 13 - Souder's Stubborn Stance on Spending
September 13 - Teamsters' Ties to Democrats at Issue
September 13 - The Gloves Are on as Republicans Fight For Small Victories
September 13 - TRADE: Clinton's Push for Fast Track Risks Deeper Rift in Party
September 13 - TRANSPORTATION: In Both Chambers, Shuster's Battle Is Turning Into All-Out War
September 13 - Weld's Quest
September 20 - APPROPIATIONS: Hurried Treasury-Postal Bill Dodges Ban on Pay Raise
September 20 - APPROPRIATIONS: Defense Conferees Shake Hands
September 20 - Appropriations: Legislative Branch Spending Ready for Final Votes
September 20 - APPROPRIATIONS: Progress Remarkably Smooth On Fiscal '98 Spending Bills
September 20 - Campaign Finance Hearings: Testimony During the Week of Sept. 15
September 20 - CAMPAIGN FINANCE: Shift in Political Wind Detected Among Howls Over Dead Deal
September 20 - COMMERCE: President Punts Tobacco Issue Toward Campaign '98
September 20 - CORRECTIONS
September 20 - COVER STORY: Conservatives Repackaging Agenda on Social Issues
September 20 - Decline in Rural Congressional Districts
September 20 - ETHICS: Filing Complaints in House: Now for Members Only?
September 20 - Ex-White House Aide Vividly Recounts Being Pressured on Big Donor's Behalf
September 20 - FOREIGN POLICY: Panel Backs Controversial Bill To Fight Religious Persecution
September 20 - House Ethics Panel a Far Cry From Senate's
September 20 - In Virginia, Suburbs Come Calling
September 20 - Members From Rural Districts
September 20 - REDISTRICTING: Texas, North Carolina Maps Upheld by Federal Panels
September 20 - Shuster's Position May Be Weakening
September 20 - Spending Bills Top List As Deadline Nears
September 20 - Status of Major Legislation (as of Sept. 19, 1997)
September 20 - THE ELECTORATE: America's Heartland: Neither One Mind nor One Heart
September 20 - THE HOUSE: Dornan Barred From Floor After Verbal Altercation
September 20 - The Traits of Madison County
September 20 - TRANSPORTATION: Sen. Chafee Finagles Peace In Transportation Debate
September 27 - Appropriations Process: Down to the Wire
September 27 - APPROPRIATIONS: Congress Gives Clinton Leeway To Extend Bosnia Mission
September 27 - APPROPRIATIONS: Congressional Budget Reflects Desire To Show Self-Discipline
September 27 - APPROPRIATIONS: Members Poised To Take Pay Raise For First Time in Five Years
September 27 - APPROPRIATIONS: Members Press Side Issues, Cushioned by Stopgap CR
September 27 - CAMPAIGN FINANCE: Overhaul Bills Head to a Vote, But Obstacles Remain
September 27 - COVER STORY: Paralyzed Congress on Sidelines In Financial Services Evolution
September 27 - Dornan Election Challenge Drags On
September 27 - ENVIRONMENT: Coalition Behind Species Bill Faces Pressure All Around
September 27 - ENVIRONMENT: House Clears Bill On Refuges
September 27 - LOUISIANA: Landrieu Election Probe Yields Little Besides Partisan Animosity
September 27 - McCain, McConnell Turn to Hardball As Campaign Finance Cools Camaraderie
September 27 - RETIREMENT: Rep. Kennelly Sees Future In Governor's Race
September 27 - SEPARATION OF POWERS: House Measure Seeks Override Of Clinton's Tax Break Vetoes
September 27 - SPECIAL ELECTION: Parochialism and Personality May Decide New York's 13th
September 27 - Testimony During the Week of Sept. 22
September 27 - TRANSPORTATION: House Backs Six-Month Delay In Highway-Transit Rewrite
September 27 - VA-HUD Bill Hits Unexpected Obstacles
October 4 - APPROPRIATIONS: D.C. Spending Debates Heat Up Over School Vouchers
October 4 - APPROPRIATIONS: Senate Clears $21.2 Billion Energy and Water Bill
October 4 - APPROPRIATIONS: Treasury-Postal Spending Bill Comes Down to the Wire
October 4 - APPROPRIATIONS: With CR Done, Focus Now Is on Line-Item Veto
October 4 - Campaign Finance Hearings: Testimony During the Week of Sept. 29
October 4 - Campaign Finance To Dominate
October 4 - CAMPAIGN FINANCE: Overhaul Bill Faces Long Odds As Filibuster Threats Loom
October 4 - CHART: Status of Major Legislation 105th Congress
October 4 - CQ ROUNDTABLE: On Pay Adjustments, Timing Is All
October 4 - ETHICS: Ex-Rep. Oakar Pleads Guilty
October 4 - ETHICS: New Panel Decides To Continue Cases
October 4 - FOREIGN POLICY: NATO Expansion Debate Put on Fast Track
October 4 - GOP's Motives for Taking on IRS Are Both Personal and Political
October 4 - LOUISIANA: Lack of Evidence Brings Probe Of Senate Election to an End
October 4 - Overhauling the IRS
October 4 - PERQUISITES: Pay Raise Foes Declare End To Battle as Increase OK'd
October 4 - SECTION NOTES: Informal Working Group Set Up To Enact Tobacco Settlement
October 4 - SECTION NOTES: SEC Reauthorization Measure Falls to Side Issue in House
October 4 - THE HOUSE: Battle Over Agenda Sparks Holiday Exit Dispute
October 4 - TRADE: Clinton's Push for Fast Track Gets Senate Finance Boost
October 11 - APPROPRIATIONS: D.C. Measure Squeaks By House With School Vouchers Intact
October 11 - Campaign Finance: Testimony During the Week of Oct. 6
October 11 - COLORADO: Lamm Enters Race for Senate As Skaggs Declines To Run
October 11 - COVER STORY: Death Rattle Sparks Search For Signs of Political Life
October 11 - CQ ROUNDTABLE: Reform Stalemate: Clinton's Legacy
October 11 - EDUCATION: Expansion of 'Education IRAs' Approved by Ways and Means
October 11 - Eighteen Years of Stalemate
October 11 - ENVIRONMENT: House Passes Curb on Influence Of U.N. Land Program
October 11 - ENVIRONMENT: House Resources Approves Nevada Waste Site
October 11 - ENVIRONMENT: Panel Approves Wilderness Bill
October 11 - FOREIGN POLICY: Albright Argues NATO Expansion Would Buttress Democracy
October 11 - Fundraising Issues Not Taking Break
October 11 - GOP Bills Would Require Unions To Get Consent for Political Use of Dues
October 11 - House Probe: Different Spotlight Shines on Familiar Territory
October 11 - INTERIOR: House Bill Gives Landowners Greater Appeal Power
October 11 - NOMINATIONS: Despite Concerns, Panel OKs Four Nominees for FCC
October 11 - PUBLIC LANDS: Grazing Bill Gets Panel Approval
October 11 - SECTION NOTES: Conferees, White House Agree On Purchase of Lands
October 11 - SECTION NOTES: GOP Deciding Next Step For Product Liability
October 11 - SECTION NOTES: GOP Leaders Celebrate Tour To Promote Tax Changes
October 11 - SECTION NOTES: Panel Recommends Approval Of Fed, SEC Nominees
October 11 - SECTION NOTES: Ways and Means Approves Changes to New Tax Law
October 11 - Status of Major Legislation 105th Congress
October 11 - TRANSPORTATION: Senate Highway and Transit Bill Lurches Toward New Year
October 11 - Versions of House, Senate Bills Similar
October 11 - Vetoed Projects in Fiscal 1998 Military Construction Spending Bill
October 11 - Votes a Good Indicator of Depth Of Feelings on Both Sides
October 18 - CAMPAIGN FINANCE: A Defiant Reno Proves Elusive As Critics Run Out of Steam
October 18 - CQ ROUNDTABLE: A Law of Unintended Consequences
October 18 - IDAHO: Kempthorne, Crapo Tune Up For Musical Chairs
October 18 - Looking Back at Labor
October 18 - TRADE: District Cares Keep Rep. Bentsen Firmly Undecided on Fast Track
October 25 - '96 ELECTION: Demand Escalates For End to Probe
October 25 - 1998 ELECTIONS: Crapo Announces for Senate; McInnis Bows to Campbell
October 25 - An Eye for an 'Aye' in the House
October 25 - Campaign Finance Hearings: Testimony During the Week of Oct. 20
October 25 - CAMPAIGN FINANCE: Fight Over Overhaul Measure Spills Over to Other Bills
October 25 - CAMPAIGN FINANCE: Vitriolic Hearings Focus on Use Of 'Soft Money' by Both Sides
October 25 - CHART: 1998 Congressional Primary Dates And Filing Deadlines
October 25 - CHART: Marginal Mandates
October 25 - Clock Winding Down On Money Bills
October 25 - Countdown to Adjournment
October 25 - COVER STORY: Long-Term Challenges Temper Cheers for Welfare Successes
October 25 - CQ ROUNDTABLE: Clinton Hands the GOP Another Empty Victory
October 25 - DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION: Conferees, Fearing 'Irrelevancy,' End Months-Long Stalemate
October 25 - EDUCATION: House Panel OKs Literacy Program
October 25 - EDUCATION: School Savings Accounts Bill Gets an F From Clinton
October 25 - ELECTION '98: With Major Issues Fading, Capitol Life Lures Fewer
October 25 - ENVIRONMENT: House Resources Votes To Block Clinton's River Designations
October 25 - FOREIGN POLICY: Chinese Leader's Summit Visit Puts Congress at Crossroads
October 25 - HEALTH: Clash Over Compliance Leaves Mental Health Law Unclear
October 25 - LABOR: Panel's Party-Line Vote on OSHA Shows Divisions Over Revamp
October 25 - LEGISLATIVE OUTLOOK: Spending Bill Battles Loom Over End-of-Session Rush
October 25 - Less Is More for Latest Overhaul Bill
October 25 - MILITARY CONSTRUCTION: Stevens Waves Off Olive Branch From Raines on Vetoed Items
October 25 - PRODUCT LIABILITY: GOP Awaits Clinton Response To Product Liability Bill
October 25 - REGULATION: Banking Lobby Flays Rewrite Of Financial Services Law
October 25 - REGULATION: House Bills Put New Spark In Electricity Deregulation
October 25 - REGULATION: Property Rights Advocates Climb the Hill to Success
October 25 - SECTION NOTES: Illegal Alien Provision Extended Again
October 25 - SECTION NOTES: Senate Labor Panel Approves Satcher Nomination
October 25 - SECTION NOTES: Student Loan Bills Advance In Both Houses
October 25 - TAXATION: Clinton, Democrats Climb Aboard The IRS Overhaul Bandwagon
October 25 - TRADE: Fast Track Prospects Gloomy As White House Efforts Lag
October 25 - TRANSPORTATION: Move To Restructure Amtrak Stopped in Its Tracks
October 25 - TRANSPORTATION: Senate Weighs Alternatives To Massive Highway Bill
October 25 - Welfare History
November 1 - APPOINTMENTS: Senate Confirms Fed Nominees
November 1 - APPROPRIATIONS: Abortion Compromise Eludes Foreign Aid Conferees
November 1 - APPROPRIATIONS: Clinton Likely To Cut Little From Transportation Bill
November 1 - CAMPAIGN FINANCE: GOP Fails To Transform Probe Into 'Clinton's Watergate'
November 1 - CAMPAIGN FINANCE: With Reluctance, Thompson Brings Hearings to an Abrupt End
November 1 - COMMERCE: FCC's Newcomers Under Scrutiny
November 1 - CQ ROUNDTABLE: No Deficit To Kick Around Anymore
November 1 - Decided Democrats
November 1 - Dingell: Once Hated, Now Emulated
November 1 - EDUCATION: Democrats Block Savings Bill
November 1 - ELECTION '97: North and South, Voters Look In Same Direction -- Taxes
November 1 - FOREIGN POLICY: Breakfast With Jiang Changes No Minds
November 1 - FOREIGN POLICY: Panel Gauges Russian Response To NATO Expansion
November 1 - GOP Oversight Target: Big Government
November 1 - LEGISLATIVE OUTLOOK: Deal Smooths Path for Senate Exit; House Still Caught in Gridlock
November 1 - MILITARY CONSTRUCTION: Senate Votes To Override Vetoes of 36 Projects
November 1 - OBITUARY: California Rep. Capps Dies of Heart Attack
November 1 - Oversight's Legal Underpinnings
November 1 - Oversight: Lack of Focus Leaves GOP in Learning-Curve Limbo
November 1 - SECTION NOTES: $750 Million Hemophilia Fund Approved by House Panel
November 1 - SECTION NOTES: Gen. Gordon Confirmed For Intelligence Post
November 1 - SECTION NOTES: Senate Confirms Foley, Fowler As Ambassadors
November 1 - Senate Campaign Finance Hearings: Testimony During the Week of Oct. 27
November 1 - THE ECONOMY: Despite Stock Market Gyrations, Washington Paints Rosy Picture
November 1 - TRADE: Clinton Sways Few Democrats As House Sets Fast-Track Vote
November 1 - TRANSPORTATION: Plenty of Blame, but Not Money, Marks Highway Bill's Demise
November 1 - With Just a Week Left, Many Bills Remain
November 8 - ADJOURNMENT: Storm Over Fast Track Means A Slow Track to Finish
November 8 - APPROPRIATIONS: Census Issue Delays Conferees As Obey Stalls Proceedings
November 8 - APPROPRIATIONS: GOP Moderates Spurn Deal On Abortion Provision
November 8 - CAMPAIGN FINANCE: Three House Panels Serve Notice: Probe Is Far From Over
November 8 - Congress Into Overtime As Target Date Passes
November 8 - Countdown to Adjournment
November 8 - CQ ROUNDTABLE: This Session's Big Deals May Look Puny by '98
November 8 - DRUGS: Republicans Close to Deal On Streamlining FDA
November 8 - ELECTION '97: 'Soft Money' Helps Propel GOP To Victory in Key Races
November 8 - ETHICS: Panel Dismisses Complaint Against Rep. DeLay
November 8 - For Gingrich, Very Sweet Victories
November 8 - FOREIGN POLICY: House Vents Anger at China In Largely Symbolic Bills
November 8 - Gingrich Decision To Postpone Vote Follows Week of Hill Arm-Twisting
November 8 - Goodling's Obsessions Test Cohorts
November 8 - HOUSING: Seven Programs for Homeless Merged Into Block Grants
November 8 - INTELLIGENCE: Bill To Fund Spy Agencies Wins Final Passage
November 8 - Key GOP Issues
November 8 - LAW/JUDICIARY: Lee Nomination, Splits Give GOP Pause on Affirmative Action
November 8 - New Member: Vito J. Fossella R-N.Y. (13)
November 8 - No Sanctuary in the Capitol
November 8 - SECTION NOTES: Conferees Complete Action On Export-Import Bank Bill
November 8 - SECTION NOTES: Firestone Says Yes to Special In Capps' California District
November 8 - SECTION NOTES: GOP Hierarchy Taps Comptroller To Take On Moseley-Braun
November 8 - SECTION NOTES: Kim's Treasurer Sentenced In 1992 Campaign Case
November 8 - SECTION NOTES: Rockefeller Passes on Race For Bumpers' Senate Seat
November 8 - SECTION NOTES: Senate Confirms 23 As Ambassadors
November 8 - SENATE: Senate Conservatives Begin To Plot The Dividing Lines of 1998
November 8 - Tobacco Industry Courts the Hill With Compromise, Conciliation
November 8 - Tobacco PAC Contributions
November 8 - TRADE: Clinton Loses First Opportunity After All-Out Fast-Track Push
November 8 - Voters Just Said No
November 8 - Who's Who Among Senate Conservatives
November 15 - ADJOURNMENT: Partisanship Returns To Hill, Limiting Legislative Output
November 15 - APPROPRIATIONS: GOP Relents on Abortion Curb But Blocks IMF, U.N. Money
November 15 - Complex and Often Confusing Ways To Appoint Independent Counsels
November 15 - DEMOCRATIC PARTY: Labor's Clout May Be Fleeting Despite Fast-Track Victory
November 15 - Editor's Note
November 15 - ENVIRONMENT: Westerners Adjust Their Sights And Take Home Some Wins
November 15 - Gephardt: Fast Track to Spotlight
November 15 - LAW/JUDICIARY: Democrats Block Formal Vote As Lee Nomination Fails
November 15 - LAW/JUDICIARY: Independent Counsel Law Draws a Fickle Audience
November 15 - LINE-ITEM VETO: Clinton Veto Halts Attempt At Line-Item Override
November 15 - PRESIDENTIAL NEWS CONFERENCE: Clinton Says He Is Still Confident Of Fast Track's Ultimate Passage
November 15 - RETIREMENTS: McHale Won't Run for Fourth; Dellums Expected To Quit
November 15 - SECTION NOTES: Boehner To Sue McDermott Over Tape of Phone Call
November 15 - SECTION NOTES: Labor Probe Law Firm Charged With Conflicts of Interest
November 15 - SECTION NOTES: Shuster-Lobbyist Relationship Prompts House Ethics Probe
November 15 - SECTION NOTES: Veterans' Benefits Rights Bill Cleared by Senate
November 15 - SECTION NOTES: Vote on Satcher Delayed Until 1998 by Senate
November 15 - TRADE: Trade Agenda Left in Limbo By Failure of Fast Track
November 15 - TRANSPORTATION: Amtrak Deal Comes Together In Final Minutes of Session
November 15 - TRANSPORTATION: Battle Over Highway Funding Ends With Stopgap Bill
November 22 - CALIFORNIA: House GOP's Electoral Fortunes May Lie in the Golden State
November 22 - COVER STORY: Utility Group Takes to Airwaves With Ads Aimed at Lawmakers
November 22 - Dellums: Journey of an Outsider
November 22 - Departing the Hill
November 22 - Editor's Note
November 22 - LAW/JUDICIARY: More Challenges to Clinton Nominees Cause Judicial Stalemate
November 22 - LEADERSHIP: Gingrich, Aides Rediscover Unity, But Coup Attempt Still Echoes
November 22 - NEVADA: Rep. Ensign Will Make Run For Reid's Senate Seat
November 22 - Pension First, Then Sentence
November 22 - RECESS NOTES: FDA Streamlining Measure Signed by Clinton
November 22 - RECESS NOTES: Intelligence Authorization Gets Clinton Signature
November 29 - Cost To Campaign
November 29 - COVER STORY: Lawmakers Gingerly Step Into the Information Age
November 29 - CQ ROUNDTABLE: Congress Shaking Its Money-Maker
November 29 - ELECTIONS: New Study Confirms Big Jump In 1996 Campaign Spending
November 29 - ELECTRONIC CONGRESS: C-SPAN: From Novelty To Institution
November 29 - ELECTRONIC CONGRESS: Phone Banks To E-Mail
November 29 - INFORMATION: Web Sites, Networks and E-Mail Help Hill Kick the Paper Habit
November 29 - Mr. Smith E-Mails Washington: Constituents On Line
November 29 - Studios Beam Members From Hill to Hometown
November 29 - Technology Has Its Limits
November 29 - Who's Going
December 6 - 105th Congress, 1st Session: Defense and Foreign Policy
December 6 - 105th Congress, 1st Session: Inside Congress
December 6 - 105th Congress, 1st Session: Social Policy
December 6 - 105th Congress, First Session: Economics and Finance
December 6 - APPROPRIATIONS: Commerce Veto Cuts $5 Million
December 6 - CALIFORNIA: GOP Battle Could Provide Spark In Race for Rep. Capps' Seat
December 6 - CAMPAIGN FINANCE: Reno's Independent Counsel Call Leaves Angry GOP Few Options
December 6 - CHAIRMANSHIPS: Sen. Thurmond To Resign Chairmanship
December 6 - CONGRESSIONAL TRAVEL: Corporations Pick Up the Tab For Globe-Hopping Members
December 6 - COVER STORY: Twelve Who Made a Difference: Key Players of 1997
December 6 - DEFENSE: Commission Urges Pentagon To Think Futuristically
December 6 - Diverting Moments
December 6 - Editor's Note
December 6 - First Session Highlights
December 6 - LEGISLATIVE SUMMARY: With Tone, Tenor of First Session, It Seemed Like Old Times
December 6 - LOUISIANA: Primary Statute Struck Down
December 6 - REGULATION: Tobacco Industry Hands Over Subpoenaed Papers
December 6 - Rep. Bill Thomas, R-Calif.
December 6 - Rep. Bud Shuster, R-Pa.
December 6 - Rep. Christopher H. Smith, R-N.J.
December 6 - Rep. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C.
December 6 - RETIREMENT: McDade To Call It Quits After 18 House Terms
December 6 - Sen. Edward M. Kennedy, D-Mass.
December 6 - Sen. Jesse Helms, R-N.C.
December 6 - Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz.
December 6 - Sen. Mitch McConnell, R-Ky.
December 6 - Sen. Robert G. Torricelli, D-N.J.
December 6 - Sen. Ted Stevens, R-Alaska
December 6 - Status of Major Legislation 105th Congress
December 6 - White House Lobbyist John Hilley
December 13 - A Tug of War Over Dues, Principles
December 13 - CQ ROUNDTABLE: Saving the Earth, Losing Peoria
December 13 - Editor's Note
December 13 - ENVIRONMENT: Forecast Is Dim in the Senate For Global Warming Treaty
December 13 - For Veterans, the Final Honor Is Increasingly Out of Reach
December 13 - GOP's Hopes High For Tax Changes
December 13 - Highlights: Spending
December 13 - Highlights: Tax Cuts
December 13 - Hill Warms to Idea of Budget Surplus
December 13 - ILLINOIS: Test of Party Unity Looms In Marquee Senate Race
December 13 - LAW/JUDICIARY: Reno, Freeh Appearance Sparks Posturing on Counsel Law
December 13 - Parties Look for Edge on Issues That Will Resonate in 1998
December 13 - Probe To Continue on Lawrence Burial
December 13 - PROVISIONS: What the Budget Bill Does
December 13 - RECESS NOTES: California Report Cuts Number Of Illegal Voters
December 13 - RECESS NOTES: Daschle Proposes Changes In Nuclear Readiness
December 13 - REGULATION: Lawyers' Fees Emerge as Threat To Tobacco Legislation
December 20 - CAMPAIGN FINANCE: Audit Recommends GOP Pay Back $3.7 Million
December 20 - COMPUTERS: Worry Over Year 2000 Problem Has Hill Pressing for Action
December 20 - CQ ROUNDTABLE: A Resilient Speaker Climbs Capitol Hill
December 20 - Departing the Hill
December 20 - Editor's Note
December 20 - FOREIGN POLICY: Hill Unlikely To Block Extension Of Bosnia Deployment
December 20 - ILLINOIS: Five Incumbents Get Good News
December 20 - Key Senate and House Votes
December 20 - Middle-of-the-Road Path Proves Much Smoother for GOP
December 20 - Public Laws
December 20 - RECESS NOTES: House Members Briefed On Freeh-Reno Memo
December 20 - RETIREMENT: Oregon's Smith Bows Out Again After Command Performance
December 20 - TEXAS: Strong GOP Wind Blowing In Lone Star State

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