Some holdouts, but nine in ten federal workers have had a covid shot
White House pushes the private sector to lean into mandates
Here’s where civil right advocates say Facebook is still falling short
Advocates want more resources for its civil rights unit and less influence for executive Joel Kaplan.
The White House is creating a new energy division to meet Biden's lofty climate ambitions
The new energy division of OSTP is responsible for helping the nation meet President Biden's ambitious goal of reaching 100 percent clean electricity by 2035.
There's more to be thankful for this pandemic Thanksgiving
Vaccines are here and new treatments are on the horizon.
Happy Hacksgiving: Officials warn of a surge of cyber threats
Hackers routinely pounce during holidays when companies are understaffed and consumers are vulnerable.
Four months into the Jan 6. probe, here's where things stand.
Chairman Bennie Thompson (D-Miss.) has previously said he hopes the investigation wraps in “early spring” of next year.
A Biden-Trump rematch just got a little more likely
The White House says the president will run in 2024.
Conservatives accuse social networks of prejudging Kyle Rittenhouse case
GOP critics are calling on platforms to relax restrictions on what can be said about the shootings.
The Supreme Court will hear cases that could undercut Biden's climate agenda. Here's what to know.
Environmental lawyers say some conservative justices might want to curtail the EPA's authority to regulate power plant emissions beyond the fence line.
A foreign government could be trying to hack U.S. biomedical companies
It’s not clear what the new bug is meant to do but it’s very powerful.
Speed bumps aren't likely to stop Powell's Fed nomination
Lawmakers in both parties backed Powell's renomination on Monday, but there are signs his climate record and his ethics will come up in Powell’s confirmation hearing.
White House may escalate attacks on corporations over inflation
President Biden is fighting on two fronts, economic and political, to stem the damage.
Former Google CEO speaks out on working with the Pentagon
In today's newsletter: new revelations about Facebook's algorithm and a delay in the company's plans to roll out encryption.
How much to cut hospital payments is another Build Back Better battle
Hospitals want to ditch the cuts entirely.
COP26 finally framed climate change as a public health issue, experts say
That message that global warming contributes to public health risks resonated at COP26 more than it has at previous United Nations climate summits, according to experts who have been attending the talks for years.
Voting machines are a casualty of unnecessary election audits
Maricopa County, Ariz., is on the hook for $2.8 million to replace its machines.
McCarthy might want to think twice about his bid for the speakership
McCarthy's growing predicament with the MAGA faction is akin to the war between former House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) and the crop of hard line Republicans that ultimately overthrew him.
U.S.-China relations face a new test. Her name is Peng Shuai.
Sen. Ted Cruz praises Women’s Tennis Association for defying Beijing
The biggest threat to lawmakers’ Big Tech antitrust agenda: Time
“The political reality is that we have this Congress to really get something done," one advocate said.