U.S. Rep. Charles Rangel is suing House Speaker John Boehner for allegedly mishandling the 2010 investigation that resulted in his public censure, records show.
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The U.S. House adjourned Wednesday without considering relief for Superstorm Sandy victims, despite calls by the president, governors and lawmakers to do so.
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Less than a year after being censured by the U.S. House, Rep. Charles Rangel had his portrait unveiled in the hearing room of the committee he once headed.
Two politicians say they'll seek a presidential pardon for the late Jack Johnson, the first black heavyweight champion, convicted in 1913 on morals charges.
Incoming U.S. House Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio, says he has chosen an ethics committee veteran to head the panel.
Rep. Charles Rangel, censured by the House last week, is now being investigated for using campaign funds for his legal defense, officials say.