The U.S. is no longer setting the agenda in Afghanistan
And the very latest on reconciliation and infrastructure negotiations.
What Facebook knew about covid-19 misinformation — and didn’t tell Congress
“It was the whistleblower documents that shed light on these issues, instead of Facebook," one top lawmaker said.
Drug pricing, most Medicare expansions are out of Biden's economic bill
The president will announce a measure bereft of many progressive health priorities.
5 things to know before today's blockbuster Big Oil hearing
Expect broad questions from lawmakers on climate change efforts, gas prices, and parallels to the Big Tobacco hearings of the 1990s.
Congress wants YouTube, TikTok and Snap to cough up internal research, too
The companies tried to convince senators they’re not Facebook at a hearing Tuesday.
Trump's missteps meant many more coronavirus deaths, former official says
Deborah Birx testified to Congress on where she thinks the White House went wrong.
Methane emissions are in the spotlight. Here's why.
Methane emissions are set to become a defining issue on Capitol Hill, at the Environmental Protection Agency and at an upcoming United Nations climate summit in Scotland next week.
A top cyber lawmaker is open to more regulations for vital industries
Homeland Security Chair Gary Peters would also consider banning ransomware payments.
Biden and McAuliffe go all in on Trump bashing ahead of next Tuesday's Virginia contest
Virginia has an uncanny record of foreshadowing how a first-term president’s party will fare in the midterms.
Manchin’s machinations reach a crescendo as he distances himself from his party while cutting deals on its agenda — all in public view
The senator from West Virginia, who has forced Democrats to pare back a social spending package, told reporters that he is “just trying to survive” in a divided Congress.
Biden avoids the details when selling his domestic agenda in public
The most important negotiating has gone on behind closed doors
Facebook knew ads, microtargeting could be exploited by politicians. It accepted the risk.
"We will definitely see misinfo from ... candidates that we will not fact-check,” one document read.
Democrats scramble to salvage climate provisions in the face of Manchin’s opposition
Democrats and White House officials are optimistic they can reach a deal on climate before next week's U.N. climate summit.
Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner may not have crashed John McCain's funeral after all
So clarified Sen. Lindsey Graham.
Democrats signal a deal is coalescing on Biden’s economic agenda
They want an infrastructure vote this week and a deal on the social spending measure.