The 202s



The Afghan withdrawal and the submarine feud with France color his trip.

Khan scheduled calls and meetings with a civil rights activist, Section 230 expert and international allies.

The CDC and FDA have a slew of questions to sort out.

It's the biggest move yet to combat ransomware, but the fight's far from over.

And a new excerpt from Bob Woodward and Robert Costa's new book.

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) has declared that Senate Republicans will not vote to increase the Treasury’s authority to continue borrowing. As he has done before, McConnell has essentially created a new rule out of whole cloth to defend his position amid charges of cynical hypocrisy.

Active duty and partisanship don’t mix. Or shouldn’t.

Industry-linked groups are reigniting those concerns during a key legislative stretch.

Expect disagreements as FDA advisors debate merits and downsides of boosting immunizations.

Democratic election officials want $20 billion for security upgrades over a decade.

And pro-impeachment GOP Rep. Anthony Gonzalez won't run again in 2022.

The Facebook ads from the No. 3 House Republican were placed ahead of a rally in Washington supporting those charged over the Jan. 6 insurrection.

There may be lessons as lawmakers probe Jan. 6 riot, Afghanistan.

Some Democrats wanted a whole new agency. They found compromise on supercharging the FTC.

But proposals to make CHIP funding permanent and boost post-partum benefits could easily get cut.

Pennsylvania GOP lawmakers subpoenaed personal information about all the state's voters.

And Sens. Joe Manchin and Kyrsten Sinema go to the White House.

On China and Iran, Gen. Milley tried to hem in ‘crazy’ president.

The Wikimedia Foundation's soon-to-be CEO Maryana Iskander says dealing with harassment is key.

Three Democrats are bucking the provision and a fourth could sink it.

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