House Democrats have — so far — avoided a wave of retirements that could put their majority in peril
Everyone knows that more retirements are coming, and with Democrats holding a majority of just three seats for now, they can ill afford too many open seats in even remotely competitive races.
Politics will be on the agenda when President Biden meets the pope
Some U.S. Bishops say Biden should not take Communion.
The Facebook whistleblower’s revelations are rocking the U.K., too
A top U.K. official says the discoveries bolster calls for regulation.
Biden is closing in on a seemingly safe pick for FDA commissioner
Former commissioner Robert Califf might be the nominee.
Rising ransomware attacks have the Justice Department's attention
But former prosecutors say its investigations need more centralization.
Top Democrats unveil bill to rein in tech companies' ‘malicious algorithms’
The legislation targets Section 230, which shields platforms from liability for hosting user content.
These swing-state GOP leaders are resisting election fraud claims
Calls for partisan audits aren't taking root in Wisconsin, Georgia, Michigan or Nevada.
Progressives may not love what Biden's Supreme Court commission has to say
Progressives who want the commission to endorse dramatic changes to the court — including upping the number of justices from nine to 13 — may be disappointed this afternoon when its draft report is released to the public.
Record numbers of Americans are quitting their jobs. There’s no one reason.
But the Delta variant was clearly a factor as 4.3 million left in August.
Videos of his daughter’s murder still linger on Facebook. He’s calling on the FTC to step in.
Andy Parker says the tech giant has misled the public about its handling of violent videos.
Rep. Peter Welch says drug price negotiation must be done
But Democrats are still divided over how to do it in their social spending bill.
Big Oil CEOs will testify before Congress this month
The CEOs of six major fossil fuel companies and trade associations will testify at a blockbuster hearing this month about their role in spreading climate disinformation.
Today's ransomware summit is about international cooperation
'We cannot do this alone,' Jake Sullivan stressed to participants from dozens of countries.
The new deadline to pass Biden's agenda is coming up fast
Less than two weeks after House Democrats missed a deadline to hold a vote on the infrastructure bill, the party is staring down another one.
Biden faces climate crisis crucible at Scotland summit
U.S. leadership will be tested at COP26 gathering