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Sasse marches to own tune as GOP implodes around him
If there's a model for how to successfully build a conservative GOP out of Trump's shadow, it might as well be the Nebraska Republican.
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How the Pentagon Got Inside ISIS’ Chemical Weapons Operation—and Ended It
How shady reports of ISIS-made poison gas led the U.S. to a valuable ISIS weapon-maker, who helped bring the whole operation down.
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The GOP’s anti-stimulus rallying cry: What happened to the unspent $1 trillion?
Much of the aid money was designed to be spent gradually, economists say. And the country still needs more.
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FBI zeroes in on video of officer who died after Capitol riot
The video has not yet led to charges directly related to the death of the officer, Brian Sicknick.
Biden considers elevating Mayor Pete's spokesperson
Chris Meagher would replace TJ Ducklo on the White House press team.
How Trump scrambled the next decade of elections
Both parties are working to make sense of Trump-era election results and how they could shape the next decade of congressional lines.
Democrats unveil earmarks revival plan
They're rebranding earmarks as “Community Project Funding,“ detailing a plan to tuck cash into annual spending bills that would benefit specific projects.
Trump pardon unwinds some Manafort forfeitures
Justice Department drops efforts to seize 3 properties of former Trump campaign manager at center of Mueller probe.
Trump endorses primary rival challenging Republican impeachment supporter
The former president backed Max Miller, a former White House and campaign aide running against Rep. Anthony Gonzalez in Ohio.
Progressives push to squash Senate filibuster after minimum wage defeat
The left is channeling its frustration after a setback in their push for a $15 hourly wage.
Biden hikes cost of carbon, easing path for new climate rules
The social cost of carbon could have ripple effects throughout industry.
Opinion | Mohammed bin Salman Is an Odious Murderer. We Should Help Saudi Arabia Anyway.
Change is coming to Saudi Arabia one way or another, and reform is better than revolution.
Khashoggi report set to renew pressure on Saudi lobbyists
Democrats' minimum wage push suffers parliamentary blow — Trump’s post-election plans begin to take shape
‘Look What You Did to Us’: The Big Chill of Texas Politics
After the devastating freeze, Texans in blue cities blame the state GOP leaders for leaving them in the cold.
FDA panel reviewing Johnson & Johnson vaccine says it has important advantages
The vaccine, which is given as a single dose and is easy to ship, appeals to officials struggling to vaccinate hard-to-reach or skeptical populations.
U.S. diplomat openly calls for Christian nation-states, rails against Jews
Fritz Berggren’s hundreds of blog posts, videos and podcasts date back several years.
United agrees to $49M fine for mail scan fraud
From 2012 to 2015, United submitted false delivery scan data.
Intel report finds Saudi prince approved Khashoggi murder
But critics argue the new Biden administration sanctions don't go far enough.
Biden promised a ‘fair and humane’ immigration overhaul. What he inherited is a mess.
“It’s one thing to make promises. It’s another thing to execute on those promises.”
Biden ordered airstrike after determining Iran supported rocket attacks
The attacks and retaliatory strike marked the first major military action of the Biden administration.
CPAC hosts booed for asking attendees to wear masks
"When you’re in the ballroom, when you’re seated, you should still be wearing a mask," CPAC deputy director Carly Patrick said.
Canada approves AstraZeneca vaccines as Trudeau looks for rollout lift
Public frustration over the government’s vaccine plan has even hurt Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s approval ratings.
House set to pass Biden’s $1.9T pandemic relief package
The bill would send $1,400 stimulus checks to millions of Americans, boost unemployment payments and increase the Child Tax Credit.
Democrats renew push for war powers overhaul after Biden's Syria strike
"Offensive military action without congressional approval is not constitutional absent extraordinary circumstances," Kaine said.
CEO of Canada's top pension fund resigns after getting Covid-19 shot abroad
Mark Machin has been president and CEO of CPPIB since June 2016.
Biden's water challenge
Granholm sworn in as Energy secretary — Biden's social cost of carbon behind schedule
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Is Twitter angling to become Big Tech?
Lawmaker duo calls for FTC ed-tech investigation — Facebook-Australia fiasco not yet in the rearview mirror
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House to vote on massive Covid bill
GAO probe of feds' data collection meets resistance — The global vaccine wars have begun
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Biden strikes back at Iran-backed militias
A Space Force acquisition update — Lawsuit seeks docs on CENTCOM-Erik Prince talks
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Exclusive: Inside Maria Elvira Salazar's encounter with Stephen Miller
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