Democracy Dies in Darkness
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As the House prepares to vote on the Inflation Reduction Act, some lawmakers are looking to next year, wishing for more votes to deliver what they couldn’t now.
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The FBI sought a search warrant after National Archives officials pressed Trump’s circle to return what they believed was government property, according to people familiar with the discussions.
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Many have been forced to make different grocery choices. We asked readers to share how they’ve adjusted, especially as decades-high inflation has also raised other living costs.
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The Justice Department indicted a member of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps for trying to pay someone in Washington $300,000 to track down and assassinate Bolton, a hawkish critic of Iran and opponent of President Barack Obama's Iran nuclear deal.
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“Better days are ahead, and everything will work out for me just the way they are supposed to,” the star says when asked about this recognition after a storied career. “Because nothing that is for you will miss you. It just will not.”
The airfield explosion was the work of Ukrainian special forces, a Ukrainian official said, declining to disclose details on how the attack was carried out.
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Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick (R-Pa.) and Rep. Ann Kuster (D-N.H.) talk about their effort to simplify access to mental health insurance coverage and opioid treatment prescriptions.
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