While the Helsinki summit is dominating the headlines today, it’s important to remember that former FBI lawyer Lisa Page returned to the Capitol Monday after testifying for around five hours on Friday.

On Monday she testified before the House Judiciary Committee and House Oversight and Government Reform Committee for about six and a half hours, and it doesn’t look like there’ll be any public hearing.

So they’ve gotten as much information as they need? That’s interesting.

Writing for LifeZette, Connor Wolf reports that Page was “significantly more cooperative than her one-time colleague and lover” Peter Strzok, according to one congressman:

Rep. John Ratcliffe (R-TX) told reporters outside a closed-door hearing Monday that former FBI lawyer Lisa Page has been significantly more cooperative than her one-time colleague and lover, counter-intelligence agent Peter Strzok.

“As I said before she is a very forthcoming witness,” Ratcliffe told reporters after leaving the hearing room. “She gave us a lot of new information that we didn’t have before. So that will lead us to ask for some more people to make some more requests for information we do not yet have.”

So Page is through being grilled, but that doesn’t mean others won’t be called to fill in the gaps. ABC News gave the story some exposure today, but we’re betting both cable and network news will let this slip under the radar Monday night.

No word if anyone on either committee recommended Page for the Purple Heart, but who knows?