Government shutdown fears calmed this week as Congress played its annual kick-the-funding-can game before lawmakers headed out of town to campaign to save their jobs. Meanwhile, the new statue of Harry S. Truman arrived in the Capitol Rotunda, demoting Alexander Hamilton one story.
Pennsylvania Gov. Lieutenant John Fetterman, Democratic candidate for the United States Senate, hugs Desiree LA Whitfield during her rally at the Dorothy Emanuel Recreation Center in Philadelphia on Saturday. (Tom Williams/CQ roll call)
Sen. Mark Warner, D-Va., speaks during Prince William County’s early voting meeting for Rep. Abigail Spanberger, D-Va., in Woodbridge, Va., on Saturday. (Bill Clark/CQ roll call)
A female mallard duck stands in a fountain at the World War II Memorial on Tuesday. (Tom Williams/CQ roll call)
Chairman Amy Klobuchar, D-Minn., and Ranking Member Roy Blunt, R-Mo., speak before the start of the Senate Rules and Administration Committee business meeting on reviewing the Voter Count Act and the modification of the Presidential Transition Law of 1963 on Tuesday. (Bill Clark/CQ roll call)
House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., and members of the GOP walk down the steps of the Capitol Chamber of Representatives to attend a press conference on the House Republicans’ political platform of Representatives, “Commitment to America,” on Thursday. (Tom Williams/CQ roll call)
Clifton Truman Daniel, grandson of President Harry S. Truman, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and current and former members of Missouri’s congressional delegation unveiled the Truman statue in the Capitol Rotunda on Thursday. (Bill Clark/CQ roll call)