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As states conduct baseless audits, restrict voting and pave the way for political influence over future elections, advocates and some Democrats fear Biden is missing the urgency of the threat.

The Pentagon has pledged to make undisclosed “ex gratia condolence payments” to Afghan families, after a botched drone strike in August.

The debate between the two senators reflects ongoing tensions between the Democratic Party’s liberal and moderate factions, which have held up President Biden’s ambitious domestic agenda.


What to know about the Texas abortion law

The Supreme Court declined to step in to stop a Texas law that bans abortions after six weeks of pregnancy. Here’s what that means for legalized abortion in America.

Biden’s Supreme Court commission successfully removes pie from sky

The commission warns of the negative consequences of court-packing, months after the idea had lost steam anyway.

Katie Couric’s self-defeating effort to ‘protect’ Ruth Bader Ginsburg

And all the self-defeating efforts to do the same that came along with it.

Several former Trump aides have defied the congressional panel's requests for records and testimony about the Jan. 6 insurrection.

In a speech in Connecticut, Biden recalled the Nuremberg trials and restated America’s role in promoting rights globally. But he also alluded to challenges to those rights at home and abroad.

White House group met Friday to begin assembling a report to President Biden on options for change.

The transportation secretary and his husband became parents in August, welcoming a baby boy and girl.

The former president is “on the mend” and in good spirits, his spokesman said.

In a separate case, the high court allowed the law to go into effect on a divisive 5 to 4 vote last month.

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They also reinforce that the benefits vary by age.

The Brooklyn Nets point guard not wanting to get a coronavirus vaccination is not at all similar to what the Lakers great did after announcing he had contracted HIV in 1991, say players, coaches and commentators.

Veteran USCP officer Michael Angelo Riley allegedly told participant to delete incriminating social media material before erasing his own.

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If the Democrats lose their House majority, it may be because the winds have turned against big government action.

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The committee established by House Democrats probably has 15 months to finish its work, which has barely started.

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The Biden Administration, the first to recognize Indigenous Peoples' Day, is also pushing a number of programs to improve infrastructure and representation for Native Americans.

Follow the president-elect’s progress filling nearly 800 positions, among the 1,200 that require Senate confirmation, in this tracker from The Washington Post and the Partnership for Public Service.

Biden administration sought to lift six-week ban while litigation over the law continues.

In interviews, congressional hearings, campaign ads and social media, Republicans falsely claim that the Justice Department will be cracking down on parents expressing disagreement at their local school board meetings.

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