House leaders held a ceremony to dedicate Room HVC-215 of the U.S. Capitol Visitor Center in honor of Gabriel Zimmerman.

Speaker John Boehner met with 2012 NASCAR Sprint Cup Champion Brad Keselowski and racing icon Roger Penske on the Speaker's Balcony of the U.S. Capitol today. Click here for a high-res version of the photo above.

The month of March had Speaker Boehner hosting his 22nd Annual Eighth District Farm Forum, welcoming the Prime Minster of Ireland, continuing to open the doors to the U.S. Capitol for visitors from around the world, and more.

Yesterday, House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-VA), along with Reps. John Lewis (D-GA), Terri Sewell (D-AL), and Martha Roby (R-AL), unveiled the House historian’s new website to preserve testimonies from Members of Congress who contributed to the historic civil rights movement.

Students from the University of Dayton were in the U.S. Capitol today to meet with Speaker Boehner's deputy chief of staff, and Dayton alumnus, Dave Schnittger. Boehner stopped by the meeting to take several questions, ranging from his thoughts on the president's sequester to balancing his responsibilities as Speaker with those to his constituents in Ohio. The students visited the Speaker’s Office today as part of the university’s Dayton2DC program, which enables students to explore career and internship opportunities in the capital.

Speaker Boehner, President Obama, and Congressional leaders came together yesterday in the National Statuary Hall of the U.S. Capitol to dedicate a statue of civil rights icon Rosa Parks.

Speaker John Boehner meets with Indiana Governor Mike Pence in his office at the U.S. Capitol.

On February 27, 2013, a ceremony will take place in the U.S. Capitol to unveil a new statue honoring Rosa Parks. Recently, Speaker Boehner (R-OH) & Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) sent a letter to President Obama extending an invitation to the unveiling...

House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) paid his respects to Senator Daniel K. Inouye today at a memorial service honoring the late senator from Hawaii.


Today, the nation will bear witness to a solemn ceremony reserved for America’s most prestigious citizens, as Senator Daniel K. Inouye of Hawaii will lie in state for public viewing in the Capitol Rotunda.

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