The Week On The Hill takes a closer look at the biggest developments in Congress and Washington, and what they mean to you. Each week, WTOP Capitol Hill Correspondent Mitchell Miller provides listeners with a roadmap of what's ahead on the political horizon.
The Week on the Hill - Jan. 22, 2021
President Joe Biden is trying to quickly implement new policies and a new approach to dealing with the coronavirus, while the U.S. Senate prepares for a second impeachment trial of former President Trump – which has been delayed until February.
The Week on the Hill - Jan. 15, 2021
President-elect Joe Biden will be sworn in at a Jan. 20 inauguration that will take place exactly two weeks after an insurrection at the U.S. Capitol, which is now surrounded by unprecedented security. President Donald Trump will leave office, but he still faces a Senate impeachment trial.
This Week on The Hill - January 8, 2021
WTOP Capitol Hill Correspondent Mitchell Miller was in the U.S. Capitol as mobs of pro-Trump demonstrators broke in and roamed through the corridors of the historic building. This is his firsthand account.
The Week On The Hill - December 18, 2020
Congress is finally close to approving emergency COVID-19 relief for millions of struggling Americans, after months of negotiations. Why do lawmakers always seem to push everything until the end of the year?
The Week on the Hill - December 11, 2020
Congress has bought itself some more time and delayed the deadline on a government shutdown, but there are plenty of political challenges ahead as lawmakers try to reach agreement on a COVID-19 relief package. WTOP’s Mitchell Miller has “The Week on the Hill.”
The Week on The Hill - December 4, 2020
After months of little progress, congressional leaders now believe they are on track to approve major COVID-19 relief to help struggling Americans, as well as to avoid a government shutdown ahead of next Friday’s deadline. WTOP’s Mitchell Miller has “The Week on the Hill.”