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  • Former Congressmen and Wives Discuss Living in the Public Eye
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    Congressional Families and Public Service

    Representatives Russ Carnahan (D-MO) and Donald Manzullo (R-IL) and their wives talked about their experiences in public service and living in the public eye. The two families shared the…

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  • After Words with Ira Shapiro
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    After Words with Ira Shapiro

    Former U.S. trade negotiator and senior Senate staffer Ira Shapiro argued that the U.S. Senate has lost its political center. He is interviewed by former Senate Majority Leader Tom Daschle.

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  • Senate Democratic Leader Schumer Delivers Remarks in Louisville
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    Senator Schumer Remarks at University of Louisville

    Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) spoke at the University of Louisville’s McConnell Center in Louisville, Kentucky. The center’s namesake, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell…

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  • Pundits Discuss Political Partisanship and Senate
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    Partisanship and Senate

    Ira Shapiro, author of a book on the U.S. Senate, The Last Great Senate: Courage and Statesmanship in Times of Crisis, and other experts on the subject talked about partisanship in the chamber and its…

    251 views
  • Washington Journal Aaron Bycoffe and David Wasserman Discuss Redistricting and Gerrymandering
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    Aaron Bycoffe and David Wasserman on Redistricting and Gerrymandering

    Aaron Bycoffe and David Wasserman talked about their new project on gerrymandering and redistricting.

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  • Interview with House Speaker Paul Ryan
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    Interview with Speaker Ryan

    House Speaker Paul Ryan spoke with C-SPAN about the Republican tax reform bill approved by Congress and signed into law by President Trump in late December.

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  • Speaker Ryan Announces Representative Young as House Dean
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    Speaker Ryan Announces Representative Young as House Dean

    Speaker Paul Ryan (R-WI) announced that Representative Don Young (R-AK) as the new dean of the House, replacing former Representative John Conyers (D-MI), who resigned in late 2017 over…

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  • Representatives McCarthy and Hoyer on House Agenda
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    Representatives McCarthy and Hoyer on House Agenda

    House Republican leaders announced the upcoming week’s major bills coming to the floor. They included home mortgage regulations for banks and credit unions, World Bank oversight, and…

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  • Washington Journal Thomas Schatz Discusses Congressional Earmarks
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    Thomas Schatz on Congressional Earmarks

    Thomas Schatz talked about the possibility of Congress reviving legislative earmarks.

    201 views
  • Senate Panel Reviews Confirmation Procedures
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    Senate Confirmation Procedures

    The Senate Rules and Administration Committee convened a hearing to discuss a resolution to improve the procedures for the consideration of executive and judicial nominees. The bill’s…

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  • QA with Hendrik Meijer
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    Q&A with Hendrik Meijer

    Hendrik Meijer talked about his biography of former Republican Michigan Senator Arthur Vandenberg, Arthur Vandenberg: The Man in the Middle of the American Century.

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  • Newsmakers with Senator Chris Van Hollen
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    Newsmakers with Senator Chris Van Hollen

    Senator Chris Van Hollen (D-MD, the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee chair, talked about the chances of his party gaining control of the Senate in the November 2018 midterm…

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  • Leaders Open Second Session 115th Congress
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    Leaders Open Second Session, 115th Congress

    Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) opened the second session of the 115th Congress by welcoming the newest Senate members, Senator Doug Jones (D-AL) and SenatorTina Smith (D-MN). He then discussed agenda…

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  • Doug Jones and Tina Smith Participate in Mock Swearingin Ceremony
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    Senate Mock Swearing-In

    Following their official swearing-in on the chamber floor, Senators Doug Jones (D-AL) and Tina Smith (D-MN) reenacted the ceremony in the Old Senate Chamber with Vice President Mike Pence,…

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  • SwearingIn of New Senators
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    Swearing-In of New Senators

    Two new members were sworn in as the Senate opened the first day of the second session of the 115th Congress. Senator Doug Jones (D-AL) replaced Luther Strange, who lost in a special…

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  • Open Phones on Watergate and the Rise of Partisanship
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    Open Phones on Watergate and the Rise of Partisanship

    John Lawrence, author of The Class of '74: Congress after Watergate and the Roots of Partisanship, took viewer calls about the political polarization that emerged after Watergate and the…

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  • Washington Journal Daniel Newhauser and Kristina Peterson Discuss the 2018 Congressional Agenda
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    Daniel Newhauser and Kristina Peterson on the 2018 Congressional Agenda

    Daniel Newhauser and Kristina Peterson talked about the key fiscal and legislative deadlines facing Congress in the 2018 mid-term election year.

    671 views
  • Washington Journal Cliff Stearns Discusses His Time in Congress
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    Cliff Stearns on His Time in Congress

    Cliffor Stearns, who served in the U.S. House of Representatives for 24 years, talked about his book, Life in the Marble Palace: In Praise of Folly, on his tenure in Congress. He described the lessons…

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  • Senator Al Franken Delivers Farewell Address
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    Senator Al Franken Farewell Address

    Senator Al Franken (D-MN) delivered his farewell address. He was scheduled to leave the Senate on January 2, 2018, following his decision to resign in the wake of several allegations of…

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  • Senator Strange Farewell Address
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    Senator Strange Farewell Address

    Senator Luther Strange (R-AL) delivered his farewell address, noting a lack of bipartisanship. He said that service and sacrifice was needed, talked about childhood experiences, and praised…

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