Biden expresses gloom about Italian election

The president’s in no hurry to congratulate Georgia Meloni

By Olivier Knox and Caroline AndersSeptember 30, 2022

Lawmakers want to make it easier for constituents to track requests online

'The idea is to create something similar to a Domino's or Pizza Hut pizza tracker,' a former aide said.

By Cristiano Lima and Aaron SchafferSeptember 30, 2022

Suicides are spiking among young men

Suicide rates rose 4 percent in 2021, after declining for a few years.

By Rachel Roubein and McKenzie BeardSeptember 30, 2022

Supreme Court to hear high-stakes challenge to Clean Water Act

Also in today's edition: A key White House climate staffer is leaving his post.

By Maxine Joselow and Vanessa Montalbano September 30, 2022

Lawmakers want the Biden administration to do more about spyware

The House Intelligence Committee wants State and Commerce to be more aggressive.

By Tim Starks and Aaron SchafferSeptember 30, 2022

Larry Summers on inflation, market turmoil and echoes of 2007

In today's edition … Sen. Murphy's plan to raise money for Democrats who support gun restrictions … What we're watching: The House will vote to avoid a government shutdown … The Cherokee Nation pushes to have delegate seated in Congress … Matt Viser reports that President Biden is targeting a trio of Republicans in his midterm pitch to voters.

By Theodoric Meyer, Leigh Ann Caldwell and Tobi RajiSeptember 30, 2022

U.S. rejects Putin’s attempted reverse-Clausewitz. (I’ll explain.)

His illegitimate referenda are war with other means.

By Olivier Knox and Caroline AndersSeptember 29, 2022

Former Facebook executive turned critic joins top civil rights group

Yael Eisenstat will lead the Anti-Defamation League's tech unit as vice president.

By Cristiano Lima and Aaron SchafferSeptember 29, 2022

Oregon is guaranteeing kids won't get kicked off Medicaid until at least age 6

The state just received approval to keep them continuously enrolled.

By Rachel Roubein and McKenzie BeardSeptember 29, 2022

In a first, U.S. appoints a diplomat for plants and animals

Also, why the defeat of Manchin’s energy bill could be a loss for the climate.

By Dino Grandoni and Vanessa Montalbano September 29, 2022

Electoral Count Act changes become latest Trump loyalty test

In today's edition … A top DOJ official will visit Buffalo today to launch an anti-hate crime initiative, The Post's David Nakamura reports … Senate readies vote on stopgap funding bill … Harris visits DMZ after North Korean missile tests.

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

Two ways those Russian referendums change the Ukraine war.

And one way the staged procedures don’t change anything.

By Olivier Knox and Caroline AndersSeptember 28, 2022

Antitrust flare-up shows no tech bill is a sure-thing in Congress

Two once uncontroversial bills are becoming controversial.

By Cristiano LimaSeptember 28, 2022

Biden didn't share the real reason Medicare premiums are lower

Lower premiums are making up for last year's too-high premiums.

By Rachel Roubein and McKenzie BeardSeptember 28, 2022

'An uphill climb': Manchin's permitting bill faces tough path forward

Manchin now has a couple of options for attempting to revive the permitting bill before the end of the year.

By Maxine Joselow and Vanessa Montalbano September 28, 2022

Camille Stewart Gloster shares her plans for new White House cyber gig

She's in charge of technology and workforce.

By Tim Starks and McKenzie BeardSeptember 28, 2022

Senate GOP, liberal Dems find common cause: Sinking Manchin's bill

In today's edition … Congress is moving closer to changing the Electoral Count Act … 🚨 Josh Dawsey got his hands on Maggie Haberman's new Trump book … What we're watching: Democrats releases stock trading ban bill … NARAL launches final midterms blitz in key states.

By Leigh Ann Caldwell, Theodoric Meyer and Tobi RajiSeptember 28, 2022

Harris’ trip to Asia is a classic of the modern VP genre

Pageantry and pitfalls in Japan and South Korea

By Olivier Knox and Caroline AndersSeptember 27, 2022

States are moving to penalize 'cyber-flashing'

Sending unwanted nudes online could get you fined or sued.

By Cristiano Lima and Aaron SchafferSeptember 27, 2022