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The current moratorium, enacted in response to the pandemic, is set to expire Saturday. President Biden told Congress Thursday that he does not have the power to act alone.

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New rules, new tone to contain a ‘pandemic of the unvaccinated.'

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Former CISA director Chris Krebs says baseless claims about issues like coronavirus vaccines can have real-world consequences

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Schoolchildren this fall need proof of more than half a dozen vaccines — the covid shot is not among them.

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Even in the afterglow of a big victory on infrastructure, senators don’t see a brighter path for the most divisive policy issues.

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‘This is a power play and this is about fundraising and that’s all this is,’ former CISA director Chris Krebs said.

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New, unpublished data has prompted Biden to announced new requirements for federal employees and contractors, as well as mask mandates in the House and White House.

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The former president has denounced the emerging bargain.

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As established companies like Boeing attempt to gain a foothold in the space race, regulators are tasked with building new standards and language

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The CDC has the data, but hasn't released it yet even as people scorn a return to masking.

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The efforts reflect a growing appetite across Congress to tackle big cyber problems.

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In their third week in Washington, D.C., Texas lawmakers will make their case against the Republican-backed legislation that prompted them to flee the Lone Star State.

The Ohio Republican’s comments during a television interview make it more likely he will be called as a witness by the House select committee probing the attack on the Capitol by a pro-Trump mob.

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Called on to relive U.S. Capitol riot, law officers emotionally delivered. But Republican leaders say they did not watch.

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The sudden crackdown has spooked investors. But it may not be as destructive as it seems.

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The new government cyber rules will be voluntary to start, but the administration is looking at making them mandatory.

Rep. Jamie Raskin (D-Md.) pressed his Republican colleague from Georgia on comments made in May. The spirited exchange comes after police officers testified about the violent attack by a mob of Trump supporters.

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Don't try this budgetary tactic at home.

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While the DOJ's announcement opens the door for former Trump administration officials to be called to testify in the events leading up to January 6, Democrats don't have a strong track record of enforcing those subpoenas.

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Plus, the latest on the Jan. 6 select committee hearing.

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