Ted Cruz joined the race for Republican presidential nominee on March 23, 2015 in a speech at Liberty University in Virginia. Find out where the Tea Party favorite and child of a Cuban immigrant stands on immigration reform, combating ISIS, the national minimum wage and the June Supreme Court ruling on gay marriage. (video by Natalie Fertig and Jessica Koscielniak)
Where does Ted Cruz stand?
McConnell reveals GOP health care bill, Schumer calls it 'a wolf in sheep's clothing'
Karen Handel wins Georgia House race, thanks Trump
Trump: 'It's a total disgrace' what happened to detained student in North Korea
Ossoff makes last push with voters before Tuesday's special election
A tour of the Pacific Northwest's national forests
Washington comes together for a night of baseball and bipartisanship
'We will not be intimidated,' Trump says in broadcasted message before congressional baseball game
Pelosi, in 2009, warned that harsh rhetoric could foster politically-motivated violence
Representatives Barton and Doyle talk about bipartisan unity after baseball shooting
A brief history of the Congressional Baseball Game
Sanders: Sickened that Virginia shooting suspect volunteered on my campaign
Alexandria Police and witness recount shooting at congressional baseball practice
Majority Leader Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) released the new Republican health care bill details on Thursday. Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-NY) also spoke on the Senate floor stating the bill is not as great as it seems.
Republican Karen Handel defeated Democrat Jon Ossoff on Tuesday in Georgia's hotly contested House race in the Atlanta suburbs. The seat was left vacant when Tom Price resigned to join President Donald Trump's administration.
Otto Warmbier, the American student who was detained in North Korea for more than a year, died shortly after being brought back to the United States. President Trump stated that what happened to the 22-year-old "should never ever be allowed to happen."
Democrats and Republicans came together on the diamond in Washington, D.C. the day after Rep. Steve Scalise and three others were shot at baseball practice for the GOP team. House and Senate leaders of both parties together called for the start of the Congressional Baseball Game, and Democrats gave their winner's trophy to Rep. Scalise after the game.
Tragedy did not stop the players in this year's congressional baseball game after one of their own was shot and several others were injured during the Republicans' practice the day before. "By playing tonight, you are showing the world that we will not be intimidated by threats, acts of violence or assaults...The game will go on," President Donald Trump said in a broadcasted statement before the game.
Former Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, during a weekly news conference in September 2009, choked up while speaking about the hostile political environment. Pelosi said some of the language being used in the healthcare debate reminds her of 1970s San Francisco, when anger led to the assassination of Harvey Milk, the first openly gay person to be elected to public office in California.
Alexandria Police Chief Michael Brown briefs the press on the on-going investigation of the shooting at the GOP baseball practice early morning on June 14 in Alexandria, Va. A witness recounts the scene where Majority Whip Leader Rep. Steve Scalise, congressional staff and members of the Capitol Police were shot.
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) delivered remarks on the Senate floor in response to the shooting at a congressional baseball practice in Alexandria, Va. Wednesday morning. He commented on reports that the alleged shooter had volunteered on his presidential campaign.
Amateur video captured the scene as emergency vehicles rushed to the scene where Rep. Steve Scalise of Louisiana was shot by a rifle-wielding gunman on Wednesday at a congressional baseball practice in Alexandria. Video also showed one person on a stretcher being taken away from the scene.
Sen. Jeff Flake, R-Ariz., was playing at the congressional baseball practice in the Alexandria, Va. park before shots rang out on Wednesday. He described the chaos that ensued and confirmed House Majority Whip Steve Scalise of Louisiana was shot.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions declined to answer a question posed by California senator Dianne Feinstein (D) in a Senate Intelligence Committee hearing. He was then questioned by both Feinstein and Sen. Kamala Harris (D - Calif.) regarding the policy, which he said was long-standing in the Department of Justice.