With few options, Democrats turn to FTC to protect abortion data

The push underscores limited legislative options.

By Cristiano Lima and Aaron SchafferJuly 1, 2022

Democrats don't have the votes to scrap the filibuster for Roe

Biden's call was more of a messaging ploy than anything else.

By Rachel Roubein and McKenzie BeardJuly 1, 2022

3 takeaways from the Supreme Court's big climate ruling

EPA can still regulate power plant emissions but not to the same degree.

By Maxine Joselow and Vanessa Montalbano July 1, 2022

Marjorie Dannenfelser on what's next in the abortion battles

In today’s edition … Biden calls for filibuster exception for abortion, Manchin and Sinema say no … One step forward, a major step back on USICA … How close Trump came to joining rioters from The Post's Isaac Arnsdorf, Josh Dawsey and Carol D. Leonnig … What we're watching: Brittney Griner on trial in Moscow … Coffee Break(s): July Fourth travel tips.

By Theodoric Meyer, Leigh Ann Caldwell and Tobi RajiJuly 1, 2022

Biden sharply ramps up his response to ‘destabilizing’ abortion ruling

Backs filibuster exception to codify Roe vs Wade

By Olivier Knox and Caroline AndersJune 30, 2022

Sen. Cantwell’s elusive endorsement puzzles privacy talks

The head of the commerce committee is facing push back over her privacy dealings.

By Cristiano Lima and Aaron SchafferJune 30, 2022

'My anxiety spikes': Lawyers brace for Supreme Court climate ruling

The major ruling is expected to drop at 10 a.m. today.

By Maxine Joselow and Vanessa Montalbano June 30, 2022

How abortion providers are responding one week into the post-Roe world

Some are considering expanded hours and hiring more doctors.

By Rachel Roubein and McKenzie BeardJune 30, 2022

Planned Parenthood patient information isn't always private online

A report finds women's abortion requests could be shared with Google, Facebook and TikTok.

By Aaron SchafferJune 30, 2022

Five takeaways from the deal to expand NATO

Putin’s the only real loser as alliance plans expansion

By Olivier Knox and Caroline AndersJune 29, 2022

Supreme Court poised to deal a blow to Biden’s tech regulators, too

Justices are expected to curb federal agencies' regulatory powers.

By Cristiano LimaJune 29, 2022

The Biden administration is playing defense on abortion access

The health secretary vowed minor actions yesterday.

By Rachel Roubein and McKenzie BeardJune 29, 2022

Offshore drilling plan poses climate test for Biden

He's under pressure to lower gas prices but more offshore drilling would worsen climate change.

By Maxine Joselow and Vanessa Montalbano June 29, 2022

Industry says new Indian cyber regs go way too far

Industry advocates say onerous rules will worsen security.

By Aaron SchafferJune 29, 2022

For Trump, a bad day in the hearing room, a good one on the trail

In today’s edition … Dan Balz explains why Trump’s had bad moments, but few worse than Cassidy Hutchinson’s testimony … Michael Scherer on why many Republican candidates don't want to talk about abortion … Laura Vozzella and Gregory S. Schneider lay out the ways Gov. Glenn Youngkin is signaling a possible 2024 presidential run.

By Theodoric Meyer, Leigh Ann Caldwell and Tobi RajiJune 29, 2022

Zelensky (maybe) tells Biden he wants the war over by winter

Ukrainian president adds private plea to public entreaties

By Olivier Knox and Caroline AndersJune 28, 2022

Google tries to assuage GOP on charges its email filter is ‘biased’

The company is pledging more Gmail transparency amid Republican pressure.

By Cristiano LimaJune 28, 2022

Abortion providers are turning to state courts to halt bans

But the strategy probably won't work long term.

By Rachel Roubein and McKenzie BeardJune 28, 2022

The ocean takes center stage at a U.N. conference

The ocean often gets left out of climate conversations but not this week.

By Maxine Joselow and Vanessa Montalbano June 28, 2022