McHenry, who was first elected to the House in 2004 at age 29, unveiled his surprise decision as candidate filing started this week in North Carolina.
The bill excludes funding requested by President Joe Biden for Israel, Ukraine and the U.S. border with Mexico.
Hunter Biden's attorney says subpoenas issued by House Republicans to members of President Joe Biden’s family are a “political stunt."
Congresswoman Cori Bush of Missouri called Israel’s invasion of Gaza an “ethnic cleansing campaign,” and was among 10 House members who did not back a resolution supporting the nation.
Rep. Jamaal Bowman, D-N.Y., has been charged for allegedly pulling a fire alarm in a House of Representatives building during a government shutdown threat Sept. 30.
Republicans are convening against Monday evening without any idea who will lead and when they will be able to get Congress back to work.
U.S. Rep. Tom Emmer is making calls related to running for Speaker of the House of Representatives.
Republicans on Wednesday nominated Rep. Steve Scalise to be the next House speaker and will now try to unite around the conservative in a floor vote to elect him after ousting Rep. Kevin McCarthy from the post.
The House Republican majority is stuck, one week after the ouster of Speaker Kevin McCarthy, with lawmakers unable to coalesce around a new leader in a stalemate that threatens to keep Congress partly shuttered indefinitely.
Trump said he would accept a short-term House speaker role to serve as a “unifier" for the GOP until a conclusion is reached on which member of Congress should take on the leadership post.
The House of Representatives has entered uncharted territory after a last-ditch, right-wing effort to remove fellow Republican Kevin McCarthy from the speakership succeeded.
McCarthy told lawmakers Tuesday evening he would not run again for speaker, putting the gavel up for grabs.
House Speaker Kevin McCarthy has the support of a large majority of House Republicans, but because the GOP holds such a slim majority, he may need votes from some Democrats to keep his job.
The rushed package drops aid to Ukraine, a White House priority opposed by a growing number of GOP lawmakers, but increases federal disaster assistance by $16 billion.
Democratic Rep. Jamaal Bowman acknowledged triggering a fire alarm Saturday in one of the U.S. Capitol office buildings as lawmakers scrambled to pass a bill to fund the government before the midnight shutdown deadline.
The normally combative congresswoman said her actions were not meant to be malicious or cause harm “but the reality is they did."
The U.S. House majority is in play next year after an anemic showing by Republicans in the midterm elections and a surprise Supreme Court ruling that will likely bring two new safely Democratic districts.
A man pleaded guilty Thursday to assaulting Democratic Rep.
The House voted Wednesday to repeal President Biden’s plan to forgo more than $400 billion in federally backed student loan debt.
The nation continues to edge closer to its legal borrowing authority with no agreement in sight. The Treasury Department has said the government could exhaust the ability to pay its bills as early as June 1.