But are they getting a lot done? Or is the continuing talk and debate over impeachment keeping the House from accomplishing more?
Or does the Republican-controlled Senate have something to do with that?
Joining us to discuss it is freshman Democratic Congressman Max Rose, representing Staten Island and parts of Brooklyn.
Also this week, the crisis of prescription drug prices in this country.
Prices for medicine grew at twice the rate of inflation from 2006 to 20017.
When polls show that Americans are most concerned about health care, much of that worry is about drug prices and what insurance doesn't cover.
With us are Beth Finkel, State Director of the New York AARP, and Bill Ferris, the NY AARP's Associate State Director for Advocacy.
Finally, the week in politics included the saga of President Trump's former communications director Anthony Scaramucci, once a loyal soldier but no more.
He's a staunch Republican who now says that Republicans should seriously and quickly come up with a viable alternative to Trump as the party's candidate for president next year.
Weighing in on that and other topics are political consultant Hank Sheinkopf and from Washington, ABC News Political Director Rick Klein.