U.S. rejects Russian quid-pro-quo on Ukraine food exports

More signs Moscow feels the pain of war-related sanctions

By Olivier Knox and Caroline AndersMay 27, 2022

Here's what expiring Obamacare subsidies could mean for consumers

California warns premium payments could more than double for 1 million people.

By Rachel Roubein and McKenzie BeardMay 27, 2022

Democrats set to blow past Memorial Day deadline for climate deal

Congressional Democrats are set to overshoot a self-imposed deadline on Monday for striking a deal on the biggest climate change legislation in the nation’s history.

By Maxine Joselow and Vanessa Montalbano May 27, 2022

Democrats slam Republicans for attending NRA conference in wake of shooting

In today’s edition … Scoop: Cruz, GOP lawmakers last year called sanctions on Russia ammunitions ‘attempt at gun control’ … The Post's Tyler Pager, Danielle Douglas-Gabriel and Jeff Stein scoop that the latest White House plan would forgive $10,000 in student debt per borrower … The Post's Jacqueline Alemany and Josh Dawsey report that as the Jan. 6 committee eyes witnesses, it is unlikely to focus on Ginni Thomas

By Leigh Ann Caldwell,  Theodoric Meyer and Dave ClarkeMay 27, 2022

For a change, let’s ask what Zelensky wants

Since he gets to define ‘victory’ in war with Russia

By Olivier Knox and Caroline AndersMay 26, 2022

GOP voters back reinstating net neutrality when given case for and against, poll finds

The findings show a contrast between Republican voters and their representatives in Congress.

By Cristiano Lima and Aaron SchafferMay 26, 2022

Investors reject climate proposals targeting ExxonMobil, Chevron

Nearly two-thirds of investors in ExxonMobil and Chevron on Wednesday rejected proposals for the oil giants to align their climate strategies with the Paris agreement.

By Maxine Joselow and Vanessa Montalbano May 26, 2022

Our battle with China over the future of the Internet is just beginning

The U.S. and allies have banned Huawei from 5G networks. Now comes the 6G fight.

By Joseph Marks and Aaron SchafferMay 26, 2022

Mental health advocates push back against GOP focus after shooting

In today’s edition … Poll Watch: Support for stricter gun laws has wavered for three decades … The Post's Annie Linskey and Josh Dawsey on the rematch between Brian Kemp and Stacey Abrams … momentum for police reform fades on the 2nd anniversary of George Floyd's death … but first …

By Leigh Ann Caldwell,  Theodoric Meyer,  Dave Clarke and Brianna TuckerMay 26, 2022

Takeaways from Tuesday’s primary contests

Trump’s ‘vendetta tour’ went from bad to worse and the fate of moderate Dems’ ‘unbreakable nine.’

By Aaron Blake and Caroline AndersMay 25, 2022

Republicans seized on a study as proof of Google’s bias. Its authors say it's being misrepresented.

A study on email spam filters does not prove intentional bias, researchers said.

By Cristiano Lima and Aaron SchafferMay 25, 2022

Doctors have joined the chorus for more gun restrictions

Since 2018, they've taken a more visible role in calling for stricter gun laws.

By Rachel Roubein and McKenzie BeardMay 25, 2022

Biden's nominee to lead EPA's air office faces an uncertain path

A key Senate panel on Wednesday will vet President Biden's nominee to lead the Environmental Protection Agency's air office — a pivotal role for the administration's climate agenda.

By Maxine Joselow and Vanessa Montalbano May 25, 2022

Virtual learning compromised kids’ privacy and security

Learning apps collected personal information from millions of kids.

By Joseph Marks and Aaron SchafferMay 25, 2022

Anger but little hope for action after latest school shooting

In today’s edition … The latest on Tuesday's primaries … President Biden to issue a new policing order on the anniversary of George Floyd’s death … but first

By Leigh Ann Caldwell,  Theodoric Meyer and Tobi RajiMay 25, 2022

Ambiguity or clarity? Taiwan comment dominates Biden’s Asia trip

On Tuesday, Biden said his remarks were not meant to signal a policy change, but they have caused quite a stir in Asia.

By Seung Min Kim and Caroline AndersMay 24, 2022

Republicans are leaning on the courts to target social media, but losses are piling up

The courtroom has become the central theater for the GOP's offensive against Silicon Valley.

By Cristiano Lima and Aaron SchafferMay 24, 2022