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‘Better days are ahead’: Maskless Biden marks milestone in virus battle
Building an effective response to the coronavirus has been the central project of his presidency — the one issue advisers thought he would be judged on more than any other.
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White House discussing tweaks to D.C. statehood bill to ‘allay concerns’ in Senate
White House spokeswoman says Biden administration is “working with Congress to make the bill as strong as possible.”
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The Trailer: Click, donate, lose: Do Democrats have a candidate glut?
The rise of the Resistance Twitter candidate, Lin Wood's campaign to run the South Carolina GOP, and the beginning of our 44-part series on redistricting.
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A refresher for Kevin McCarthy on people doubting Biden’s victory
The House Republican leader said Republicans no longer question the legitimacy of President Biden's victory in November.
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The vaccination slowdown has slowed down
Vax on vax on vax.
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Marine Corps officer is first known active-duty service member charged in Capitol riot
Marine Corps Maj. Christopher Warnagiris was the first person to push through the Capitol's East Rotunda doors, prosecutors said.
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The ominous signs for Matt Gaetz grow
A top ally is apparently set to plead guilty as part of a plea agreement. And the allegations against Gaetz have only built since that possibility arose.
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It doesn’t pay to be a congressional Republican opposing Trump
Republicans in Congress who oppose Donald Trump are usually consigned to the same fate: a quick end to their political careers.
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It’s not just voting: Legislators have introduced 100 state bills targeting protesting
Several have been signed into law.
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Pelosi says House Ethics Committee should investigate Greene’s ‘verbal assault’ on Ocasio-Cortez
The controversial Georgia Republican followed Ocasio-Cortez, shouting accusations that the Democrat supports terrorists and was a “radial socialist.”
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A perfect example of how obviously unproven fraud claims are sanitized
A Fox News contributor alleged that fraud was made possible — but couldn't say that it actually occurred.
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The GOP quickly responds to Cheney’s ouster by ... pushing more conspiracy theories
On Wednesday morning, the GOP ousted a leader whose efforts to inject honesty into the party were unwelcome. Then they followed it up by pushing baseless and false conspiracy theories.
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GOP Sen. Inhofe tells female EPA nominee to ‘behave’ or he’d tell ‘her daddy,’ who was in the room
An aide to Sen. James M. Inhofe said the quip to Radhika Fox, nominee to lead EPA’s Office of Water, was intended as a joke after Fox mentioned her father was in the room for her confirmation hearing.
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Trump isn’t the only example of the risks posed by ignoring aggressive rhetoric
House Republicans seem to be more worried about those pushing for truth than those abusing it.
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Live updates: Biden to address Colonial Pipeline episode, meet with Republican senators on infrastructure
On Capitol Hill, Rep. Elise Stefanik (R-N.Y.) is seeking to shore up support to replace Rep. Liz Cheney (R-Wyo.) in the No. 3 leadership position among House Republicans.
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What we know about the high, broad turnout in the 2020 election
Census survey data shows turnout was up across nearly every part of the electorate. Here’s what we learned from it.
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Biden is set to meet with Senate Republicans, with no clear bipartisan path forward on infrastructure
The two sides may not even broach the thorniest issue: how to pay for any package that rebuilds roads, expands broadband access and improves water systems, among other priorities.
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Biden administration struggles to limit political damage from gas shortage
Republicans have seized on the crisis to attack Biden’s energy policies and portray him as an agent of chaos amid other challenges.
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Rep. Greene aggressively confronts Rep. Ocasio-Cortez, causing New York congresswoman to raise security concerns
Republican Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (Ga.) followed Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) off the House floor and accused her of supporting “terrorists and antifa.”
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Trump White House counsel Donald McGahn expected to answer House committee questions ‘as soon as possible’
McGahn will be asked whether Trump interfered with Mueller’s Russia investigation. House Democrats have been fighting for years to enforce a subpoena for his testimony.
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Biden meets with congressional leaders on a day of turmoil
Republicans punished a top figure Wednesday for insisting that Biden’s presidency is legitimate. Then GOP leaders went to the White House to discuss “common ground.”
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Israel-Hamas fighting poses test for Biden and exposes rifts among Democrats
Younger, liberal lawmakers criticize Israel’s tactics while U.S. officials urge calm.
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Kevin McCarthy lives in an idyllic universe where his party no longer questions the 2020 election results
The rest of us live in reality.
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Trump’s defense secretary suddenly backs off blaming him for Capitol riot
The comments are very difficult to square with what Christopher Miller said before.
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Deflect, minimize, deny: Unraveling the GOP Capitol riot spin
Rep. Liz Cheney’s ouster from GOP leadership shows how far we’ve come in the whitewashing of Jan. 6. These three video tell the story.
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The chain between Trump’s misinformation and violent anger remains unbroken
As his former acting defense secretary links Trump to the Jan. 6 riot, it's worth remembering that little has changed since.
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CDC advisers meet to recommend coronavirus vaccine for 12- to 15-year-olds
Pharmacies and large vaccination clinics that have the Pfizer vaccine are likely to be among the first places where adolescents can get the shots.
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Liz Cheney offered a defense of democracy. Jim Jordan dismissed it as ‘Democrat talking points.’
“Today, we face a threat America has never seen before,” Cheney said on the House floor.
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Live updates: Biden to host congressional leaders; House GOP poised to oust Cheney from leadership post
For the first time during his presidency, Biden is scheduled to sit down with the top Democrats and Republicans in the House and Senate.
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