Democracy Dies in Darkness
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President Biden told Democrats that he believed they could secure a deal on a new tax-and-spending proposal between $1.75 trillion and $1.9 trillion, far less than some in the party initially sought even as some lawmakers argued it still would pay for much of their economic agenda.
The Biden administration is trying to salvage its credibility on climate change.
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The Islamic State-Khorasan has staged numerous attacks nationwide since the Taliban’s takeover of the country two months ago, raising questions about whether the Taliban can take down ISIS-K cells in Kabul and other urban areas.
China’s demonstration was shocking less for the technology than for the fact that Beijing decided to test it at all, analysts said.
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A lawmaker who is leading the probe has accused President Jair Bolsonaro and other officials of making deliberate decisions that allowed the coronavirus to spread, resulting in unnecessary deaths.
Astros left fielder Michael Brantley slides to touch home plate before being tagged by Red Sox catcher Christian Vazquez during the ninth inning of Tuesday’s game in Boston. (AP)
Jason Castro had the go-ahead hit as the Astros silenced Fenway Park and knotted the ALCS at two wins apiece.
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Tuscon Police Chief Chris Magnus said during his Senate confirmation hearing that wall construction in some areas along the southern U.S. border "could make sense," but he resisted Republicans’ effort to label the current migration surge a "crisis."
Sen. Tommy Tuberville (R-Ala.) walks back to his office after a vote on Capitol Hill on Oct. 6. (Jabin Botsford/The Post)
What comes next for pro-Trump Republicans who want to forget what happened last winter while remaining loyal to a leader who won’t let it go?
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