A Guide to the 113th Congress

The latest updates and debate on the 113th Congress covering key issues such as immigration, defense, cybersecurity and taxes along with demographics, historical data and biographies of the newest members of the Senate and House of Representatives.

“That’s a lot of money to produce a PSA. If y’all want to do some more, I’ll do ’em for free in my office for you,” Rep. Blake Farenthold, Texas Republican, told a representative of the Agriculture Department regarding expenditures for public service announcements, including one called “Save Our Citrus.” (Associated Press)

House GOP accuses agencies of failing to prepare for sequester cuts

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House Majority Eric Cantor, Virginia Republican (Associated Press)

Congress passes bill renewing anti-violence law

- Associated Press

** FILE ** Social Security Administration Commissioner Michael J. Astrue speaks at a news conference on the Social Security and Medicare trustees report at the Treasury Department in Washington on Aug. 5, 2010. (AP Photo/Charles Dharapak)

Social Security head Astrue: Program fraying from neglect

- Associated Press

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