Congress, consisting of the Senate and the House of Representatives, form the legislative branch of the United States government. Both senators and members of the House of Representatives can be called congressmen. More »

The legislative branch of the United States government has two leaders: the speaker of the House heads the House of Representatives, and the vice president controls the Senate. The House of Representative has 435 members... More »

The House of Representatives and the Senate, the two chambers of the U.S. Congress that make up the legislative branch of government, can override a presidential veto. This may result in a bill becoming a law without the... More »

Congress, including both the House of Representatives and the Senate, falls under the legislative branch of the U.S. government. Article I of the Constitution spells out the duties of both the House and the Senate, both ... More »

Lists of United States congressman can be found on the House of Representatives and the Senate's websites. The website for Congress as a whole also has up-to-date lists and biographies for each member. More »

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As one half of the United States government's legislative branch, the chief responsibility of the House of Representatives is to pass federal laws. The House of Representatives comprises congressmen and congresswomen ele... More »

The House of Representatives is a part of the legislative branch of the United States government. As the U.S. constitution reads, the House drafts and passes federal law. As a matter on constitutional law, the number of ... More »