On Iran protests, Biden goes faster and farther than Obama

The former president drew criticism for his responses in 2009

By Olivier Knox and Caroline AndersSeptember 23, 2022

Spotify has a white supremacist problem, watchdog says

At least 40 white supremacist artists are active on the platform, the Anti-Defamation League found.

By Cristiano Lima and Aaron SchafferSeptember 23, 2022

Inside the two-day scramble to add drought funding to the climate law

We take a look at what happened over that two-day period, according to senators and aides involved in the private negotiations:

By Maxine Joselow and Vanessa Montalbano September 23, 2022

Republicans are keeping health care at arms length this election

There are only vague ideas in a campaign platform from House Republicans.

By Rachel Roubein and McKenzie BeardSeptember 23, 2022

Covid-tracking program lacked bare minimum cyber protections

The health inspector general published a report but quickly rescinded it.

By Tim Starks and Aaron SchafferSeptember 23, 2022

Tensions begin to emerge as House GOP eyes winning back majority

In today's edition … Theo talks with Andriy Kostin, Ukraine's new prosecutor general, about his efforts to prosecute potential Russian war crimes … Isaac Arnsdorf, Josh Dawsey and Michael Scherer on how a Trump soundtrack became a QAnon phenomenon … but first …

By Theodoric Meyer, Leigh Ann Caldwell and Tobi RajiSeptember 23, 2022

Greg Norman, pitching LIV golf, gets rough Congress welcome

Seeking allies in a legal war with the PGA Tour

By Olivier Knox and Caroline AndersSeptember 22, 2022

Mozilla report takes aim at tech giants’ grip on web browsers

The release adds to the push for tighter tech regulations.

By Cristiano Lima and Aaron SchafferSeptember 22, 2022

Manchin's permitting bill sets up dramatic clash over government funding

The bill, dubbed the Energy Independence and Security Act of 2022, faces staunch opposition from Republicans and a growing group of Democrats in both chambers of Congress.

By Maxine Joselow and Vanessa Montalbano September 22, 2022

Expect minimum staffing requirements for nursing homes next year

The administration is working on a proposal amid pushback from the industry.

By Rachel Roubein and McKenzie BeardSeptember 22, 2022

Senators introduce a bill to protect open-source software

The legislation is in response to the log4j vulnerability discovered late last year.

By Tim Starks and Aaron SchafferSeptember 22, 2022

First House office will hold union vote today

In today's edition … The House will vote on a package of public safety bills today … Another day of big legal news for former president Donald Trump … but first …

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

Biden condemns Putin’s ‘irresponsible’ nuclear threats

At the U.N., he also endorses overhauling the Security Council

By Olivier Knox and Caroline AndersSeptember 21, 2022

Senate Republicans turn up the heat on FTC’s Khan

The prominent big tech critic is facing scrutiny from one-time backers.

By Cristiano Lima and Aaron SchafferSeptember 21, 2022

Mike Bloomberg pledges to boost clean energy in 15 more countries

The commitment comes less than two months before the COP27 climate talks in Egypt, where developing countries are expected to ask wealthy nations for long-overdue funding to help them cope with the ravages of climate change.

By Maxine Joselow and Vanessa Montalbano September 21, 2022

The government is (mostly) paying heed to a key cybersecurity commission

More than 58 percent of Cyberspace Solarium Commission recommendations have been fully or nearly implemented.

By Tim Starks and Aaron SchafferSeptember 21, 2022

Biden hopes the Fed can tame inflation without triggering a recession. That won't be easy.

In today's edition … New book alert! Read an excerpt from Politico's Rachael Bade and The Post's Karoun Demirjian's forthcoming book about Trump's impeachment sagas that focuses on Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell's will-he-or-won't-he moment (he didn't) … What we're watching: Will Democrats strike a deal on a police bill? … President Biden will address the United Nations General Assembly … but first …

By Theodoric Meyer, Leigh Ann Caldwell and Tobi RajiSeptember 21, 2022

Disputes over trade cloud Biden’s U.N. General Assembly trip

Northern Ireland protocol, electric vehicle incentives test ties

By Olivier Knox and Caroline AndersSeptember 20, 2022

Trump’s QAnon embrace could pose fresh tests for Silicon Valley

It could embolden the movement on social media.

By Cristiano Lima and Aaron SchafferSeptember 20, 2022