Young, who was first elected to the U.S. House in 1973, was known for his brusque style. In later years in office, his off-color comments and gaffes sometimes overshadowed his work.
State investigators appear focused on whether a Republican political operative violated the law by hiring people to collect mail-in ballots from voters. The GOP candidate won with a 900-vote margin.
Incoming House freshmen drew numbers for where their new offices would be in January. Luck determined whether they'd get a room with a view or one in the rafters.
A new NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist poll finds that voters are worried that the lack of a civil tone and negativity in Washington will lead to violence, but they don't agree on who to blame.
One party celebrates its fundraising, while the other starts culling out the weakest candidates.
The last special congressional election before Election Day is turning into a nail-biter for Republicans, with President Trump set to make a last-minute stop in Ohio on Saturday.
Some House Republicans are attempting to go around their leaders to pass immigration legislation that would give legal status to DACA recipients.
It's a congressional district that is considered as red as the sun is bright, but Democrats hope they can pull off another surprise upset like their victory in Pennsylvania last month.
Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi spoke on the House floor for just over eight hours in support of the expiring DACA program. It was the longest House speech in more than 100 years.
The short-term measure passed the House Thursday evening after a key bloc of conservative Republicans said they would support it. Passage in the Senate is still unclear as funding runs out Friday.