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Republicans are pursuing sweeping state-level restrictions after former president Donald Trump’s false voter fraud campaign. Democrats are giving a fresh push to their effort to impose national standards for early voting, mail voting, redistricting and more.

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But the former president missed his chance to be Elvis Presley.

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There are growing concerns that ads can be used to amplify political misinformation.

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Senate leaders have added a provision to pay them even if they can't take the patient to the hospital.

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The new program launches during an escalating ransomware crisis worsened by the pandemic.

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Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) plan to demand a vote on the minimum wage hike that the Senate parliamentarian ruled could not be part of the $1.9 trillion relief package.

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The president faces an array of foreign policy decisions, few of them on a timetable of his choice.

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States and cities across the country are still struggling with tech issues months since the first shots were administered.

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Except this time, it's Democrats who are using budget reconciliation to pass health insurance measures.

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A top lawmaker is urging Biden to take action.

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The former president uncanceled himself in a speech at the Conservative Political Action Conference.

The efforts are aimed at muddying the clear picture of what occurred: A pro-Trump mob, mobilized by the former president’s false claims of a stolen election, stormed the seat of American government to keep Trump in power through violent means.

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The votes that followed the siege of the Capitol are a red line upon which new House Democrats are basing their decisions on which Republicans to work with.

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Taken at face value, senators invested with enormous power are calling the waahhhmbulance and preparing to smother Tanden’s nomination because their feelings are hurt.

The legislation would amend federal civil rights laws to ensure protections for LGBTQ Americans in employment, education, housing, credit, jury service and other areas.

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The company is raising funding from Microsoft Chairman John Thompson, former Mastercard chairman Rick Haythornthwaite and World Wide Web Foundation co-founders Rosemary Leith and Tim Berners Lee.

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Very few vaccine doses were distributed through the direct-to-pharmacy program last week.

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The agency is making cybersecurity a top funding priority for the year.

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It’s a long shot, even as the House will vote on the coronavirus relief bill with the provision included.

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William J. Burns would go further than the president on Confucius Institutes.

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