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The United States House of Representatives currently has 21 congressional committees: 20 standing committees and one select committee. All but three committees, the Budget Committee, the Ethics Committee, and the House Administration Committee, are subdivided into subcommittees of which there are a total of 95, each with its own leadership.
The modern House committees were brought into existence through the Legislative Reorganization Act of 1946. This bill reduced the number of House committees from 48 to 19, as well as restructured the jurisdictions of the committees. 
|Human Rights (Lantos Commission)||Randy Hultgren (R-IL)||Jim McGovern (D-MA)|
|Intelligence (Permanent Select)||Devin Nunes (R-CA)||Adam Schiff (D-CA)|
|CIA||Frank LoBiondo (R-NJ)||Eric Swalwell (D-CA)|
|Department of Defense, Intelligence and Overhead Architecture||Chris Stewart (R-UT)||Terri Sewell (D-AL)|
|Emerging Threats||Peter T. King (R-NY)||André Carson (D-IN)|
|NSA and Cybersecurity||Tom Rooney (R-FL)||Jim Himes (D-CT)|
- List of United States Senate committees
- List of United States congressional joint committees
- List of defunct United States Congressional committees
- Congressional Directory: Main Page, Government Printing Office Online. Detailed listings of many aspects of previous memberships and sessions of Congress.
- Committees of the U.S. Congress. Congress.gov. Library of Congress.
- U.S. Congressional Biographical Dictionary