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President Biden remains on track to confirm every initial choice for the 15 traditional Cabinet departments — a feat that was last achieved in 1981 by Ronald Reagan.

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The president has yet to announce his first foreign trip, first congressional address, or press conference.

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Apple and Google's adversaries scored a key victory in Arizona.

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Some teacher unions are resisting a return even as they get vaccines.

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The study feeds into growing debate in Washington over what cybersecurity incidents companies should be required to report.

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The Florida governor has called his state an 'oasis for freedom,' as he's taken a Trumpian approach to the coronavirus pandemic.

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If one Democrat has a fever, breaks an ankle or takes a bad fall, the legislative process would come to a stop.

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Tony Blinken promises no longer to be blind to worker pain.

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It would create a new interagency office focused on helping the U.S. and other democracies maintain their tech edge.

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States are prioritizing people 65 and older, but the job to innoculate the most vulnerable is far from finished.

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They say the technology is making is harder for them to track domestic extremists and other criminals.

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Today is March 4. We forgive you if you don't know why you should care.

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His vision: Powers for law enforcement, but with the Constitution in mind.

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It was backed by the tech industry, including Amazon.

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'I don’t know if people will be willing to admit it’s not a bang for buck,' said Chris Condeluci, former counsel for the Senate Finance Committee and founder of a policy firm focused on the Affordable Care Act.

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Addressing years-old cybersecurity failures could have helped the government catch the SolarWinds hack sooner, the GAO head says.

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The House is expected to move today on sweeping legislation for nationwide voting access.

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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