Four things to watch on Biden’s Europe trip

Item one: Can the alliances pass the Putin test?

By Olivier Knox and Caroline AndersJune 24, 2022

ProtonMail CEO urges Congress to zero in on tech giants’ default apps

In his first trip to Congress, Yen said he urged lawmakers to consider a digital "choice screen."

By Cristiano Lima and Aaron SchafferJune 24, 2022

Democrats are discussing a response if Roe falls – but they have few options

Sen. Patty Murray has been meeting with a group of female senators to plan.

By Rachel Roubein and McKenzie BeardJune 24, 2022

What to watch at the G-7 summit on climate change, energy

The summit comes as the world confronts multiple crises, including an energy crunch sparked by the war in Ukraine, a worsening famine in the Horn of Africa, and a string of climate disasters, from massive floods in China to historic heat waves in Europe and the United States.

By Maxine Joselow and Vanessa Montalbano June 24, 2022

Cybersecurity’s bad and it’s getting worse

Three big takeaways from eight years on the cyber beat.

By Joseph Marks and Aaron SchafferJune 24, 2022

As Congress moves forward with gun restrictions, the Supreme Court loosens them

In today’s edition … Theo spoke with Rep. Titus about what she’s focused on next on gun safety … House Democrats want to focus on supply chain problems … the Jan. 6 committee has identified the pardon-hunting five … Where do ‘Luttigators’ stand on Trump’s effort to overturn the election?

By Theodoric Meyer, Leigh Ann Caldwell and Tobi RajiJune 24, 2022

Rusty Bowers said Trump’s 2020 push was illegal. But he’d vote for him again in 2024.

Arizona speaker’s testimony was damning. But not, to him, disqualifying.

By Olivier Knox and Caroline AndersJune 23, 2022

Top EU official to U.S.: Don't 'throw away your shot’ to curb online harms

The remarks come as European officials forge ahead on a sweeping new digital rulebook.

By Cristiano Lima and Aaron SchafferJune 23, 2022

Some abortion providers have stopped scheduling appointments

They're concerned about canceling abruptly if abortion is quickly outlawed.

By Rachel Roubein and McKenzie BeardJune 23, 2022

Suspend transit fares instead of the gas tax, climate advocates tell Biden

Climate advocates and some House Democrats say President Biden should be pushing for a transit fare holiday, rather than a gas tax holiday, if he's serious about tackling climate change and cutting emissions from America's car-centric transportation system.

By Maxine Joselow and Vanessa Montalbano June 23, 2022

Sen. King wants regular reports from Cyber Command on election security

A Senate bill would require public reports about election threats.

By Joseph Marks and Aaron SchafferJune 23, 2022

An Illinois race turns into battle over GOP response to Jan. 6

In today’s edition … The Senate could pass the bipartisan gun bill today … From the notebook of Josh Dawsey: Trump heading to Alaska … Rosen, Donaghue, and Engel expected to testify today … Poll Watch: Emily Guskin on who's watching the Jan. 6 hearings

By Theodoric Meyer, Leigh Ann Caldwell, Tobi Raji, Josh Dawsey and Emily GuskinJune 23, 2022

The gun deal is historic. And it falls short of Biden’s wish-list

The strongest federal response since the 1990s is pretty mild

By Olivier Knox and Caroline AndersJune 22, 2022

Antitrust influencers? Big Tech allies, opponents draft social media stars into bout.

Two groups battling over antitrust are tapping into networks of creators.

By Cristiano Lima and Aaron SchafferJune 22, 2022

Democrats may drop another clean energy proposal to appease Manchin

Manchin has indicated that he will not support a budget reconciliation bill that includes direct pay, in which payments are sent directly to companies that produce clean energy for consumers.

By Maxine Joselow and Vanessa Montalbano June 22, 2022

Threats against election workers could have bad consequences

Workers described racist harassment and having to flee their homes.

By Joseph Marks and Aaron SchafferJune 22, 2022

Senate gun deal moves toward passage after decades of inaction

In today’s edition … President Biden calls for suspending the gas tax … Takeaways from Tuesday's Jan. 6 committee hearing … The latest on Tuesday night's primaries … Two senators debut their long-awaited insulin legislation … What we're watching: The NFL and the Washington Commanders in the congressional hot seat

By Leigh Ann Caldwell, Theodoric Meyer and Tobi RajiJune 22, 2022

Jan 6. committee zeroes in on Trump’s Georgia vote demands

‘I just want to find 11,780 votes,’ then-president pushed

By Olivier Knox and Caroline AndersJune 21, 2022

Republicans are increasingly testing social media rules around political violence

Facebook and Twitter said Eric Greitens’s ad urging voters to go "hunting" for some conservatives broke their rules.

By Cristiano Lima and Aaron SchafferJune 21, 2022