U.S., allies toughen their tone on China ahead of G-20 summit
But Xi Jinping won’t be at the gathering to hear it in person.
A few idealistic Canadians are trying to replant the world’s forests with flying machines
The battle against climate change can be waged with sober policymaking, an engaged citizenry and corporate responsibility. It also, it turns out, can be fought by a few hipster Millennials with flying machines.
TikTok and Snapchat are testifying for the first time. Their peers are in the double-digits.
Congress also wants Facebook to appear for what would be its 31st time.
A key senator presented an alternative power plant program. But will it stick?
Sen. Tina Smith (D-Minn.), chief architect of the CEPP, proposed a new grant program that would reward states for accelerating their transition to clean energy.
NSA is surging its collaboration with the private sector
More than 100 companies are working on cyber defense with the spy agency
Bannon only one of 19 not cooperating with Jan. 6 panel
The House is expected to vote today on the resolution to hold Bannon in contempt, and it's likely to pass.
Here’s what Ted Cruz wants in return for unblocking Biden’s nominations
The Texas senator could be ‘holding’ up to 40 of the president’s picks by week’s end.
Meet the doctors' group spreading covid conspiracy theories in plain sight on Facebook
Members of the 'World Doctors Alliance' are spreading falsehoods and stoking fears about the virus.
The administration is cracking down on sales of hacking tools
The effort has been delayed for years over concerns about impeding cybersecurity research
Progressives are under pressure to prioritize Medicaid expansion
A coalition of advocates say it should be a top task for Congress.
This is no longer Colin Powell’s Republican Party. If it ever was.
Some potential 2024 GOP contenders stay quiet after the presidential almost-ran died.
Proving Amazon ‘lied’ to Congress is easier said than done, legal experts say
The Justice Department “adheres to a quite high threshold" for perjury probes, one expert said.
States face an extra hurdle in boosting the Johnson & Johnson vaccines
The vaccine was originally distributed to the hardest-to-reach populations.
The costs of climate change are getting lost on Capitol Hill
As Democrats in Congress face pressure to lower the price tag of their $3.5 trillion tax-and-spending package, economists are sounding the alarm over climate spending that might be scaled back.
U.S. cyber czar wants industry to collaborate with government
But previous collaboration efforts have a mixed record
Rahm Emanuel's ambassador confirmation process is stirring up questions on Capitol Hill
It's unclear if Emanuel — a former congressman and President Barack Obama's chief of staff — has the 50 Senate votes needed to win confirmation after his confirmation hearing on Wednesday.
States move to shore up child care as Biden’s agenda looks uncertain
And tributes flow about Colin Powell, who died today from covid-19 complications.