There was much self-congratulating in New York City and Arlington, Virginia recently, when those two locations "won" the honor of having a new Amazon headquarters in their respective jurisdictions.
There's no question Democrats will run the House differently when they take over in January. Some of the changes won't make much difference. But one that's in the works would be a huge step backwards.
The Pentagon completed its first-ever audit and to no one's surprise, the results weren't good:
House Republicans chose their new leadership team Wednesday, picking Rep. Kevin McCarthy to be the next minority leader, Steve Scalice as minority whip and Liz Cheney as conference chair.
One item the lame duck Congress is unliekly to have the time or the votes to effectively address is the federal government's growing pile of debt.
Congress returns to Washington Tuesday for a lame duck session. Usually, such sessions are not productive.