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Administration zeroes in on gun violence.

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This time, the commission is investigating Google's advertising technology.

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The Energy and Commerce Committee is working on legislation to reach people in the coverage gap.

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The agency, which used to work in the shadows, is becoming far more public.

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'I think it would be a big mistake to put this outside of NIH,' Francis Collins told us in an interview.

The move comes after Senate Republicans blocked the creation of an independent panel to investigate the insurrection.

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The For the People Act is unlikely to surmount a procedural hurdle today.

The former president warned that without some of these voting protections in place, American democracy might not survive.

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They include Secretary of State Antony Blinken and Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas.

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States will have to resume eligibility checks next year.

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The report from BlueVoyant comes amid rising concern about cyber vulnerabilities across huge swathes of critical infrastructure.

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The Senate will hold a procedural vote today on a sweeping elections bill that will likely also revisit a popular debate — the filibuster.

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What that means for politics isn’t clear yet.

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The campaign is part of a broader effort to get the United States to pass online protections for children.

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Countries won’t all abide by the rules. But they could help hacking conflicts from escalating out of control, the lead author says.

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Now they and other providers are getting more time to use taxpayer dollars.

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The battle over critical race theory, and it's actual meaning, will likely be a political focal point in 2022.

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Democratic leaders are getting ready to gently break the news to their rank-and-file members, who often take the contradictory positions of complaining to their leaders about not getting enough legislation approved and demanding to spend more time at home.

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Forty-nine states and Washington, D.C. celebrate the holiday.

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Khan is entering the FTC at a critical moment, with pressure mounting from members of both political parties to rein in tech companies.

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