Rep. John Dingell of Michigan became the longest-serving member of Congress on Friday with 57 years, five months, 27 days and counting on Capitol Hill.
Rep. John Dingell, D-Mich., became the longest-serving member of Congress in history—surpassing the late Robert Byrd—on Friday: 57 years, five months, and 26 days from when he took office in 1955 after winning a special election to fill the seat left vacant by the death of his father, John Dingell Sr., who had represented a Detroit-area district since 1933. Dingell, who turns 87 in July, talked ...
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US employers hired the most workers in five months in July, but an increase in the jobless rate to 8.3 percent kept prospects of further monetary stimulus from the Federal Reserve on the table.