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How redistricting is shaping the 2022 U.S. House map
The Post is analyzing the 2022 U.S. House map in this redistricting tracker as states finalize their congressional boundaries for the next decade. Republicans and Democrats are going to great lengths to tip districts in their favor and accusations of gerrymandering and lawsuits have followed.
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Pelosi receives Communion at Vatican after earlier U.S. bishop refusal
Pope Francis has said that the decision on granting Communion to politicians who support abortion rights, as Pelosi does, should be made from a pastoral point of view, not a political one.
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Cassidy Hutchinson’s testimony was unique. The aftermath hasn’t been.
Amber Heard 2.0, but not for the reasons people using that phrase generally mean.
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Gorsuch and Sotomayor’s extraordinary factual dispute
In a dissent, Sotomayor said Gorsuch's summary "misconstrues the facts." The dispute echoes what what happened at the appeals-court level.
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Election deniers in Colo. rejected in favor of more moderate Republicans
The Democratic and Republican nominating contests marked the first time Americans went to the polls since the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade.
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Supreme Court frees Louisiana to use congressional map drawn by GOP
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Abortions in Texas can temporarily resume, judge rules
A Texas "trigger ban" is still scheduled to take effect 30 days from last week’s Supreme Court decision.
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Over and over, the White House was warned about not making Jan. 6 worse
The testimony of former Mark Meadows's chief of staff Cassidy Hutchinson revealed how often President Donald Trump had been warned about amplifying the threat at the Capitol.
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All the bombshells Cassidy Hutchinson dropped about Trump and Jan. 6
Hutchinson, aide to Trump chief of staff Mark Meadows, said Trump knew his supporters were armed when he encouraged them to go to the Capitol.
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Cassidy Hutchinson’s explosive — and damning — Jan. 6 testimony
The former White House aide, more than any other witness, connected the dots between Trump's actions and a potential crime.
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5 races to watch in Tuesday’s primaries
This Tuesday is a big one, with primaries and runoffs in seven states totaling five U.S. Senate races, four governor’s races, and dozens of House seats.
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Ghislaine Maxwell to be sentenced today; prosecutors want 30 years
The sentencing will give several women who say they were abused by Maxwell and Jeffrey Epstein a chance to speak about their torment.
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Primaries live updates: Voters in N.Y., Ill., choose candidates for governor; marquee Senate races dominate in Okla.
New York, Illinois and Colorado choose their nominees for governor; Oklahoma decides on Senate nominees and House primaries in Illinois pit members against each other.
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Frustration, anger rising among Democrats over caution on abortion
A growing number of Democrats are voicing frustration at what they see as the passivity of Biden and other party leaders.
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