SOURCE: Washington Post
As House Democrats probe the Trump administration, a look back at a Founding Father who wanted his record examined.
The tentative title suggests the former House speaker intends to portray himself as a throwback to a bygone era.
SOURCE: The Washington Post
In 1859, the House went to war over Rep. John Sherman’s leadership bid.
by Ronald L. Feinman
There are seven (potential) candidates.
SOURCE: The Conversation
by Rachel Caufield
Paul Ryan, the Republican speaker of the House, just announced his retirement, and the race to replace him started before his announcement. What is the speaker's role? How has it changed over history?
by David O’Connor
By being fair and nonpartisan he’s managed to remain House Historian since 2010.
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