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Chad Pergram covers Congress for FOX News. He's earned an Edward R. Murrow Award and the Joan S. Barone Award for his reporting on Capitol Hill.

Rogue planes and evacautions have become the new normal in Washington, DC.

Kids engaged in some "Advanced Interrogation Methods" Thursday with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA)

Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-TX) thinks there aren't enough cooks in the Congressional kitchen.

Sarah Palin for president?

The Eagles may have been thinking about Congress when they sang their hit "Hotel California."

It's earmark season on Capitol Hill.

The week on Capitol Hill was so bizarre that it prompted one Congressional aide to compare it to the Disney movie "Race to Witch Mountain."

House Democrats hosted President Obama in one of the most-obscure regions of the Capitol Monday night.

Enforcers are a part of hockey. And politics, too. Wayne Gretzky had Marty McSorley. Alex Ovechkin has Donald Brashear. And Rahm Emanuel is ready to drop the gloves for President Obama.

Time is of the essence to House Financial Services Committee Chairman Barney Frank (D-MA).

It's just not the fictional band Spinal Tap that can dial up the volume to 11. Members of Congress can, too.

Residents of Washington, DC may not have a vote in Congress. But the press corps certainly does.

Access is key in Washington. But if you want it, business cards can serve as entree into the capital's corridors of power.

The question of whether residents of the nation's capital can receive representation in the House hinges on whether or not they should be allowed to own handguns.

You never know who you're going to run into on Capitol Hill.

"Getting Schumed" is a phrase some New York lawmakers use to refer to actions by Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-NY). Sometimes endearingly. Sometimes not.