Congressman Castro participates in a Foreign Affairs Western Hemisphere Subcommittee hearing on Nicaraguan democracy, and discusses our nations’ security cooperation and trade, as well as Russia’s and China’s involvement in Nicaragua.
Congressman Castro joins Alex Witt on MSNBC to discuss U.S. efforts to combat terrorism and the need for Congress to pass meaningful gun reform
Congressman Castro speaks on the House floor during the Democrats' sit-in for a vote on gun reform legislation.
Congressman Castro urges his House colleagues to allow the Library of Congress to move forward with its proposal to retire the term "illegal alien" in its catalog system.
Congressman Castro helps lead a Foreign Affairs Committee Western Hemisphere Subcommittee hearing on oil prices and energy security in the Americas.
Congressman Castro discusses legislation that would force the Library of Congress to continue its use of the term "illegal alien."
Congressman Castro testifies before the House Rules Committee on his FY 2017 Legislative Branch Appropriations amendments seeking too allow the Library of Congress to move forward with its proposal to replace "illegal alien" in its subject headings system.
It has been an honor to travel to Vietnam with President Obama over the past few days and meet with the nation’s political leaders, innovators, and workers.
Congressman Castro speaks on the House floor in support of his legislation, The National Cybersecurity Preparedness Consortium Act.
Cyber attacks pose a real and growing threat to our businesses, military installations, government branches, and everyday Americans. Before my cybersecurity legislation passed in the House of Representatives, I spoke about the importance of bolstering our preparedness.