Democracy Dies in Darkness
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The party-line vote marks a major achievement for Democrats, after more than a year of wrangling over a centerpiece of President Biden’s economic agenda. It now awaits a vote in the House.
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Past, Rediscovered
A White House fountain honors artist Francis Davis Millet and military aide Archibald Butt. Here's what we know about them.
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A photographer traveled to Afghanistan three times since the Taliban returned to power. Here's what he saw.
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Since July 6, they have parked their American flag-draped vehicles on the National Mall protesting what they say is America’s abandonment of the Constitution.
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The breakthrough came as conditions inside Gaza are becoming increasingly dire, with electricity supplies dwindling and hospitals warning that vital services are close to collapse.
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