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Rep. Greene’s fundraising haul shows her extremist views are popular with many GOP voters
Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene’s fundraising total has alarmed her detractors, who warn she represents a dangerous side of American politics bent of waging divisive battles over race and the changing demographics of the country.
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Rep. Dan Crenshaw ‘effectively blind for about a month’ after emergency eye surgery, he says
Crenshaw, who lost his right eye in Afghanistan, said he discovered his left retina was detaching this week.
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Manchin again becomes the center of attention on Biden’s infrastructure plan
Democrats ask: If Manchin’s efforts to find bipartisan compromise fail, will he be there with them in the end?
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Supreme Court strikes another pandemic-related restriction on religious services
A new majority on the court, with Amy Coney Barrett playing a decisive role, sides with religious challengers to California restriction.
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In George Floyd’s old neighborhood, Biden’s war on poverty faces a crucial test
Whether the largest antipoverty effort in a generation produces lasting change or becomes a cautionary tale about the limits of governmental largesse will play out in communities such as Cuney Homes.
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Biden’s agenda faces crucial test as moderate Democrats draw lines and GOP rallies opposition
The crosscurrents could turn the coming weeks into a make-or-break moment for some of Biden’s biggest initiatives — and perhaps a final chance to demonstrate whether bipartisan cooperation is possible.
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Biden took a chance in promoting the Amazon union push. What does its failure mean for him?
The collapse of the effort to organize Amazon workers comes after the president embraced it in an unusual video. Biden is now associated with a losing cause, but some labor leaders applaud him for siding with them at an important moment.
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Hundreds of thousands of vaccine doses go unordered by states amid outbreaks, spurring calls for new approach
Pressure on the federal government to rethink its allocation strategy has mounted as access to immunization expands nationwide but new infections are concentrated in just a handful of states, including Michigan, New York, New Jersey, Florida and Pennsylvania.
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Many high-profile 2022 GOP candidates have pushed the ‘big lie’
The crop of GOP candidates emerging in key Senate and governor’s races is significantly more extreme even than those they’re running to serve alongside.
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CDC ramps up scrutiny of rare post-vaccination ‘breakthrough infections’
The precise number of these breakthrough cases is unknown, but figures released by states suggest it is at least several thousand.
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The six actions Biden took on guns show the limits of what he can do
Real change to America's gun laws will require more than executive actions.
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Who’s who in the Matt Gaetz scandal
As the allegations mount, a useful guide to central players.
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The asterisk on Trump’s endorsement of Marco Rubio
Rubio's committee issued a tough report on Trump and Russia. Then he watered it down. Now, Trump endorses him.
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The GOP is Trump’s party, so ‘all Republican roads lead to Mar-a-Lago’
The surest sign of Trump’s continued power: Republicans are still trying to pay him money.
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What’s in Biden’s budget proposal
The Biden administration unveiled its budget Friday. See which departments would get the biggest increases in funding.
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Biden to unveil commission to study possible expansion of Supreme Court
Liberals have pushed for adding justices to the court to blunt its conservative majority.
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Tucker Carlson’s espousal of ‘replacement’ theory is both toxic and ahistoric
His own family disproves his point.
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‘Yippee!!!’: Trump officials celebrated efforts to change CDC reports on coronavirus, show emails
Political appointees also tried to blunt scientific findings they deemed unfavorable to Trump, according to new documents from House probe
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Prince Philip, royal consort to Queen Elizabeth, dies at 99
Philip played a steadfast supporting role to Elizabeth during her long reign over the United Kingdom.
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Biden has promised to raise the minimum wage for federal contractors. Their advocates want him to do even more.
Federal contractors also need sufficient benefits, protections for those with disabilities and better enforcement of workplace rights, a new report says.
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The filibuster, explained
Sen. Joe Manchin III says he won’t vote to weaken the filibuster. Are those efforts really dead now, and why does this matter?
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In new book, John Boehner says today’s GOP is unrecognizable to traditional conservatives and dishes on his time in politics
What former Speaker of the House John Boehner has to say about Trump, Pelosi, Bill Clinton and Ted Cruz in his new book.
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Fact-checking Biden’s remarks on guns
The president pushed the envelope with some of the statements he made on guns in the Rose Garden.
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