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The first Native American to serve as a cabinet secretary chatted with us about running the Boston Marathon, the department's efforts to investigate the cases of missing and murdered Native Americans and working to pay off her student loans.

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Progressives who want the commission to endorse dramatic changes to the court — including upping the number of justices from nine to 13 — may be disappointed this afternoon when its draft report is released to the public.

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Less than two weeks after House Democrats missed a deadline to hold a vote on the infrastructure bill, the party is staring down another one.

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Only two days remain until the first ex-adviser is scheduled to appear before lawmakers, and it's still unclear whether any of them will show.

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In the weeks since House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) delayed a promised vote on the $1 trillion plan to improve the nation's infrastructure, Republican support for the bill has eroded even further.

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And several top lobbyists have resigned from Mercury Public Affairs, including two partners who have filed a lawsuit against them, citing "unlawful non-competition agreements."

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And as one of Obama’s pollsters, Joel Benenson, put it in an interview on Wednesday: “Infrastructure is not unpopular ever.”

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President Biden has also invited bank CEOS to the White House today for a meeting to warn of what administration officials say will be disastrous consequences if the debt ceiling isn't raised.

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Sen. Ron Wyden is leading the effort finding enough revenue to pay for Democrats' $3.5 trillion social spending package, but any proposal will exclude gasoline, he confirmed to The Early.

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In private conversations, Trump has made clear that he is keeping a close eye on his potential rivals in a 2024 Republican primary, and has also constantly told people he is running, according to two advisers.

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And 11 questions for Susan Molinari.

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Progressives and moderates are bitterly feuding over the president's domestic agenda, with a House vote supposedly today on the infrastructure measure still on the ropes.

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We surveyed K Street and identified some of the pay-for fights attracting the most attention, from hiking the corporate tax rate and drug-pricing measures, to international taxes and methane fees.

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And Gen. Milley will face lawmakers for the first time since the Afghan withdrawal this morning.

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And a new memo from the White House says a majority of voters support President Biden's Build Back Better plan.

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And the House Jan. 6 committee issues subpoenas for Trump's inner circle, including Mark Meadows and Steve Bannon.

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And Biden hopes Janet Yellen can ride to the rescue of Democrats' debt ceiling dilemma.

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U.S. Chamber of Commerce targets swing Democrats on the budget bill.

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And Rahm Emanuel has made millions since being Chicago mayor.

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

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