I have today done a piece about using the Congressional Record (which covers the US House of Representatives and the US Senate - and is the equivalent, though very different from Hansard in the British Parliament.
You can listen to that piece on Tuesday Afternoon/Evening in the USA - at https://spectrumonair.com
Hawaii-Aleutian Standard Time - 2pm Alaska Daylight Time - 4pm
Pacific Daylight Time & Mountain Standard Time - (Los Angeles, Seattle, most of Arizona)) 5pm
Mountain Daylight Time - (Denver, Salt Lake City) 6pm
Central Daylight Time - (Chicago, Memphis, Minneapolis, Dallas, Houston) 7pm
Eastern Daylight Time (Washington DC, NY, Florida etc) 8pm
It should also be available on demand later this week at https://www.spreaker.com/show/process-people-sources
The Address of the website, which gives access to the Congressional Record is https://www.congress.gov/congressional-record
There is a very useful quick start guide at https://www.congress.gov/content/help/pdf/quickstartguide.pdf
There is an advanced search facility available from 1995 (104th Congress onwards).
Chapter 15 of "House Practice" (the Erskine May for the House of Representatives) has more on the Congressional Record - https://www.govinfo.gov/app/details/GPO-HPRACTICE-115/