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Republican presidential candidates Vivek Ramaswamy, left, and former U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley spar during the first debate of the GOP primary season, hosted by Fox News at the Fiserv Forum in Milwaukee on Wednesday.

Transcript: GOP presidential hopefuls debate in Milwaukee

The vote tally sheets sit at the clerk’s table in House Judiciary Committee following the markup of the articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump on Dec. 13, 2019. (Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call file photo)

CQ Roll Call’s Key Votes in 2019

Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., said in a letter to Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin that funds for veterans health care should be included in any deal to raise the debt ceiling and spending caps. (Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call file photo)

Pelosi: Extra veterans health care funds needed in debt deal

Al Green, a Texas Democrat, offered an impeachment resolution highlighting Trump’s “bigoted statements.” The vote put some in his party in a tight spot. (Tom Williams/CQ Roll Call file photo)

Key House votes in 2018: CQ Vote Studies

The bitter and divisive confirmation process for Justice Brett M. Kavanaugh, shown here at this year’s State of the Union, reached a fever pitch when the full Senate voted on his appointment.(Doug Mills/Pool file photo)

Key Senate votes in 2018: CQ Vote Studies

Air Force Secretary Heather Wilson, center, says the military is complicated enough without having a dedicated Space Corps. (Tom Williams/CQ Roll Call)

Air Force Opposes Creation of Space Corps

House Armed Services Chairman Mac Thornberry, R-Texas, will begin shepherding the defense authorization bill through that chamber this week. (Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call File Photo)

House Gets to Work on Defense Authorization Bill

FCC Chairman Ajit Pai is opposed to the Obama-era open internet rules and his commission is in a position to roll them back. (Tom Williams/CQ Roll Call File Photo)

FCC Flooded With Reaction to Repealing Net Neutrality

Ep. 34: GOP’s Ethics Debacle Could Keep Focus on Trump

President-elect Donald Trump takes a few questions from the press at the Capitol on Nov. 10. His morning tweets appear designed to set the media’s agenda most days. (Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call)

Trump Wants Country to ‘Move On’ Past Russia Hacking Controversy

Ep. 35: Lawmakers Poised to Debate Immigration and Trump’s Wall

Ep. 33: Senate Hearing on Trump’s Pick for Justice Department Could Preview Supreme Court Battle

Ep. 34: CIA Russian Hacking Assessment Roils Congress

Ep. 32: Repealing Obamacare Could Undermine New Mental Health Initiative

Ep. 33: Taking Over For Dad Could Leave Trump Children With Taxes to Pay

Ep. 31: Why Nancy Pelosi Will Have to Put Out Fires in Her Caucus

Ep. 30: The GOP’s Tool to Fast Track Trump’s Plans, Privatize Medicare

Ep. 29: President-Elect Trump – Now Comes the Hard Part

Ep. 30: Trump Effect Could Be Felt Long After Election Day

Ep. 28: 7 Cliffhanger Races That Will Decide Which Party Takes the Senate

FTC Scores Another Hospital Merger Court Victory

Ep. 29: How GOP Election Losses Could Imperil House Speaker Ryan

Ep. 28: Assured Freshmen Will Boost House Diversity

Ep. 25: How Republicans Can Lose the Senate

Ep. 23: The Obstacles to Funding the Government Past Sept. 30

Ep. 22: Government Stopgap & Impeaching the Tax Guy

Ep. 22: GOP Tries to Defang Agency That Fined Wells Fargo

Ep. 21: Funding Feud, Political Plotting & Deadly Drugs

Ep. 21: US Is Failing Some Families of the Fallen

A mosquito control inspector sprays pesticide to kill mosquitos in Miami Beach, Florida, last month. (Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

Zika Funding Blocked for Third Time in Senate by Democrats

Ep. 20: Spending Fights Await Lawmakers, Anti-Establishment Fervor Doesn’t Trickle Down Ballot


Ep. 19: Congress’ Geek Caucus Tackles Tech

Olivia Yost, 5, of Pittsburgh, hula hoops during a "play-in" protest by kids and mothers in Upper Senate Park organized by Moms Clean Air Force in 2015. About 400 gathered to support the EPA's Clean Power Plan and call attention to climate change and air pollution. (Photo By Tom Williams/CQ Roll Call)

Former EPA Administrators Who Served Republicans Support Clinton

Ep. 18: What It Would Take to Dump Trump From GOP Ballot

Former Maryland Congresswoman Helen Bentley. (CQ Roll Call photo)

Ex-Maryland Congresswoman Helen Bentley Dies at 92

Ep. 17: TPP Trade Pact Drives Wedge in Democratic Party

Ep. 18: Obama Says Hillary Clinton Only Choice for President

Ep. 17: Hillary Clinton Makes History As Democrats Stress Unity

Ep. 16: First Lady, Sanders Make Case for Clinton Amid Rebellious Bernie Supporters

Ep. 15: How Women Can Help Clinton Win — and It’s Not What You Think

Ep. 14: Cruz Douses Republican Talk of Unity

Ep. 13: Congressional Leaders Call for Unity, Give Trump Tepid Support

Ep. 12: Echoes of Michelle Obama in Melania Trump’s RNC Speech

Ep. 11: How White Voters Can Elect Trump President

Ep. 16: Big Issues Left Unresolved by a Dysfunctional Congress

Ep. 3: Game Plan to Win Senate Seats and Why Democrats Could Take Control

Ep. 10: Conservatives Ready to Surrender Passing Spending Bills

Ep. 15: Guns Divide Speaker Ryan’s House

Ep. 10: Congress’ Post-Holiday Headache: Guns, Mental Health & Financial Regulations

Ep. 2: Going Broke Working for Congress