The GOP isn’t just re-litigating 2020. It’s pre-litigating 2022. And 2024.
When it comes to challenging election results, the past is prologue.
Politicians could exploit Twitter’s new safety tools to silence critics, legal experts warn
An automated tool to block unwanted activity could filter out government critics.
Experts hope for 60 to 80 percent of Americans vaccinated by year's end
We talked to five experts about their expectations for Biden's new vaccine mandates.
Democrats are racing to discredit Maricopa-style election audits
Arizona's audit found no evidence of fraud.
Pelosi punts infrastructure bill as progressives claim 60 votes against it
And a new memo from the White House says a majority of voters support President Biden's Build Back Better plan.
Top Democrats want to expand health care access. But they need to find a way to do it.
House Majority Whip James E. Clyburn (D-S.C.) is focused on Medicaid, Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) wants to expand Medicare, and Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) wants to focus on the Affordable Care Act. Time is getting short to make decisions.
Congress is reviving the data privacy debate. Don’t hold your breath for a law.
Senators are preparing a series of hearings, but federal privacy standards remain elusive.
CDC director has overruled her agency's advisors on booster shots
Boosters will be recommended for at-risk workers of all ages.
Democratic tensions over Israel erupt again as House backs funds for Iron Dome system
The debate exposed the political and religious fault lines in the party caucus over Israel, pitting members of the so-called Squad, many of them Muslim, against Israel’s longtime Jewish supporters.
Biden saves his most ardent diplomacy for rallying Democrats
White House: Don’t call this a make-or-break moment.
Facebook to testify on kids' safety as lawmakers probe a whistleblower’s revelations
They have also turned over "reams" of documents to Congress, according to Sen. Marsha Blackburn.
Fauci defends the White House's booster shot promises
He says officials were clear the plan was contingent on sign off from the FDA and CDC.
Russian hackers deny an Iowa grain cooperative counts as 'critical'
The Blackmatter hack is testing Biden's commitment to retaliation for critical sector cyber attacks.
Fauci says this is 'worst time in the world' for a government shutdown
And Biden hopes Janet Yellen can ride to the rescue of Democrats' debt ceiling dilemma.
No deal on bill to overhaul policing in aftermath of protests over killing of Black Americans
Lawmakers were unable to resolve the issue of whether to loosen or eliminate the doctrine of qualified immunity that shields officers and departments from civil liability.
For Biden, America is back. But America is also first.
We’ll work with allies, Biden says, at least when we can.
Senate hearing on 'big data' morphs into grilling over how Facebook harms teens
Protecting kids online is one of the few tech issues able to unite lawmakers.