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Harris: Not giving up on voting rights
Senate Democrats are searching for an elusive plan C on elections and ethics reform after facing yet another setback Wednesday.
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Paris Hilton calls for youth rights in congregate care facilities
She pioneered the modern reality TV show, but Paris Hilton broke sober new ground Wednesday.
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De Blasio announces blanket vaccination mandate for all New York City workers
Mayor Bill de Blasio will mandate Covid-19 vaccinations for the entire city workforce he said Wednesday — the latest in an escalating requirement for city workers to be inoculated that began with
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Manchin on infrastructure bill: 'We’re communicating and negotiating'
Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer’s strategy to force through Democrats’ domestic agenda flamed out spectacularly in September. They’re ready to try it all over again.
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‘Bannon stands alone’: Chairman recommends holding Trump ally in contempt
The House's push to prosecute Steve Bannon for defying its Jan. 6 investigators relies on a law that hasn't produced a conviction in decades and could take years to litigate.
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The Food and Drug Administration is poised to dramatically expand the use of Covid-19 booster shots as soon as this week, after weeks of public debate over who needs the shots — and when.
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Reactions pour in following the death of Colin Powell
Often described as the most popular American general since World War II, he shaped the wars in Iraq and became the nation’s first Black secretary of State.
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Blinken pays tribute to ‘beloved’ Colin Powell
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Biden announces L.A. ports expanded operating hours and partnerships with major retailers
President Joe Biden is rushing to relieve congestion across the nation’s complex shipping supply chain as it threatens to disrupt the holiday season for millions of Americans.
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White House attempts to quell fears of holiday supply chain issues
President Joe Biden is rushing to relieve congestion across the nation’s complex shipping supply chain as it threatens to disrupt the holiday season for millions of Americans.
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Schiff: Those who don't cooperate with Jan. 6 committee will be held in criminal contempt
Former President Donald Trump is directing a group of his former aides to ignore a subpoena from the House committee probing the Jan.
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Buttigieg predicts challenges for last-minute holiday shoppers
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White House calls out Governors who are against vaccine mandates
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott on Monday signed a sweeping order effectively banning vaccine mandates for private businesses with 100 or more employees.
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John Yarmuth says he’s retiring from Congress after this term
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‘A significant improvement’: Biden speaks after weak jobs report
The labor market recovery that President Joe Biden has promised slowed again in September, with a weaker-than-expected 194,000 new jobs created.
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Psaki: 'Executive privilege is not warranted' for Trump-era documents sought by Jan. 6 panel
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Democrats are planning to accept an offer from Mitch McConnell to let them raise the debt ceiling into December without a GOP filibuster, multiple senators said after a closed-door caucus meeting on
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'We will not default': Manchin encourages Senate leaders to work together, maintains S1.5T top line
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