Nancy Pelosi

U.S. President Joe Biden, center, speaks during a joint session of Congress at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C., U.S., on Wednesday, April 28, 2021. Biden will unveil a sweeping $1.8 trillion plan to expand educational opportunities and child care for families, funded in part by the largest tax increases on wealthy Americans in decades, the centerpiece of his first address to a joint session of Congress tonight. (Melina Mara/The Washington Post/Bloomberg /Getty Images)

Kamala Harris and Nancy Pelosi make Biden’s address a historic moment

Image of the Week: For the first time, women occupied both key seats of power during a joint session of the United States Congress

What made Nancy Pelosi go on a tear

Image of the Week: The Speaker’s much-discussed gesture achieved what she seemed to intend, eclipsing the speech itself

Nancy Pelosi’s funeral for congressional sanity

Image of the Week: The Speaker of the House admonished her flock for cheering Trump’s impeachment. Republicans went on about the Salem witch trials. The U.S. Constitution managed to survive.

Just like that, the ‘Do Nothing Dems’ pass the USMCA

Thursday’s bipartisan gush of adulation for Trump was enough to make you wonder: didn’t they impeach this guy last night?

NAFTA, Impeachment: A Donald Trump doubleheader

Allen Abel in Washington: It really was the best of times and the worst of times for the U.S. president on Tuesday

‘We must act;’ Democrats unveil Trump impeachment charges

Voting is expected in a matter of days in the Judiciary Committee and by Christmas in the full House

Impeachment vote is a ‘sad day’ the Democrats can’t help celebrating

Donald Trump’s foes in the Capitol would rather strike him out with the whole world watching than let him skulk off the field

Donald Trump is sinking

Scott Gilmore: An impeachment trial will present Trump’s endless scandals as parts of a larger message that the public cannot ignore: the president is unfit

The Democrats put the i-word—impeachment—back on the table

Donald Trump’s near-certain acquittal in the Senate no longer discourages his foes in the House

The one royal who knows how to trump Trump

The U.S. president seems intimidated by the widely respected Queen Elizabeth II

What happens if U.S. Congress fails to pass the new NAFTA deal?

The consequences for Canada could be bad—very bad, say experts. But not every scenario is bleak.