American citizens that are registered voters directly elect the United States Congress. Congressional elections, referred to as mid-term elections, are held once every 2 years through a U.S. President's term of office. More »

Bicameralism of the United States Congress is in accordance with the basic principle of the government contained in the Constitution, that the government must be separated into two equal powers to prevent tyranny. The tw... More »

It is possible to look up members of the United States Bowling Congress through the Find A Member header at Bowl.com. Bowling enthusiasts have the option of searching for members by name or member ID. More »

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Bicameralism of the United States Congress is in accordance with the basic principle of the government contained in the Constitution, that the government must be separated into two equal powers to prevent tyranny. The tw... More »

The United States Congress is a bicameral body that represents the legislative branch of government; the congress is made up of the Senate and the House of Representatives. The Senate has 100 seats that are filled by ele... More »

The United States Congress cannot pass bills of attainder, suspend the writ of habeas corpus unless it is a time of national emergency or pass ex post facto laws. Even though Congress lacks these three powers, it can sti... More »

The House of Representatives and the Senate are the two parts of the United States Congress. The Capitol in Washington, D.C. houses both of these bodies. Members of both are selected through the process of direct electio... More »