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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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Trump's newest Supreme Court justice voted to dismiss the lawsuit, contrary to Democrats' dire predictions.

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A draft bipartisan bill would require critical companies to alert DHS when they’re hacked.

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While many celebrate the new federal holiday, legislative progress has languished in Congress.

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Lots of sizing up, copious disagreements, no breakthroughs at summit.

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Conservatives claim a package of bills don't address alleged conservative bias on tech platforms.

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Rep. Lloyd Doggett's new bill would create a pathway for cities or counties to expand on their own.

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