Congressional Corner

  Back in the 2008, the name of the Democratic primary game was superdelegates.

In today’s Congressional Corner, WAMC’s Alan Chartock talks with one of them for 2016.

  Experts say our railways are not as safe as they should be.

In today’s Congressional Corner, Connecticut Representative Elizabeth Esty tells WAMC’s Alan Chartock that progress has been slow.

  Some members of Congress are just back from a trip to Israel.

In today’s Congressional Corner, Connecticut Representative Elizabeth Esty tells WAMC’s Alan Chartock that the visit was eye-opening.

WAMC/Pat Bradley

  Among U.S. senators and governors, one loud businessman sticks out.

In today’s Congressional Corner, New York Republican Elise Stefanik tells WAMC’s Alan Chartock that she finds Donald Trump offensive.

WAMC/Pat Bradley

  Iran is the biggest issue during Congress’ summer recess.

In today’s Congressional Corner, New York Republican Elise Stefanik tells WAMC’s Alan Chartock that she thinks it’s a bad deal.

WAMC/Pat Bradley

  The prison break is over, but Clinton Correctional Facility remains in the news.

In today’s Congressional Corner, New York Republican Elise Stefanik tells WAMC’s Alan Chartock that she wants a state investigation into the latest headlines.

  Does Joe Biden want another shot at the White House?

In today’s Congressional Corner, Tim Vercellotti, director of the Western New England University poll and professor of political science, tells WAMC’s Alan Chartock it would be an uphill climb for the VP.

  The first GOP presidential primary was held last night, but the makeup of the field was subject to pre-debate discussion.

In today’s Congressional Corner, Tim Vercellotti, director of the Western New England University poll and professor of political science, tells WAMC’s Alan Chartock he disagrees with Marist’s decision to stop polling the race.

This interview was recorded before last night’s debate.

  Donald Trump is currently a front-running candidate for the White House.

In today’s Congressional Corner, Union College political science professor Brad Hays tells WAMC’s Alan Chartock that the clock is ticking on The Donald.

  The nation’s highest court returns for its next term in October.

In today’s Congressional Corner, Union College political science professor Brad Hays tells WAMC’s Alan Chartock that the Supreme Court isn’t immune from political developments.

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