The Fix



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Four ideas for a more productive conversation about vaccines.

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Colin Powell's death is a case study in how they mislead.

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Democrats desperately want to get a voting rights bill passed. But short of ending the filibuster, they’re going to need Republican votes to do it.

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Trump doesn't ultimately decide what is covered by executive privilege, but he could stall the process enough to damage the investigation.

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The special House committee investigating the Jan. 6 insurrection and former president Donald Trump’s role in it has taken a dramatic step to prosecute Steve Bannon for not complying with a subpoena. Here's how that works.

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They've pointed to its 90 percent vaccination rate as being proof you don't need vaccine mandates. Except Delta's policy is basically Biden's plus a $200-per-month penalty.

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Steele argues that it's largely inconceivable that his report contained Russian disinformation. But his defense is too neat and tidy.

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The Supreme Court declined to step in to stop a Texas law that bans abortions after six weeks of pregnancy. Here’s what that means for legalized abortion in America.

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The commission warns of the negative consequences of court-packing, months after the idea had lost steam anyway.

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And all the self-defeating efforts to do the same that came along with it.

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The port of Los Angeles is severely backlogged as a result of a snarled global supply chain, creating long waits for goods, higher prices, a potential political headache for Biden.

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A look at the various ways in which the failed plot to overturn the 2020 election could bear more fruit next time around, thanks to the actions of GOP legislators.

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For the second YouGov poll in a row, fewer than half of Republicans say they support mandating childhood vaccines for infectious diseases. In 2015, two-thirds did.

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Disclosures in recent weeks about John Eastman's memo and Trump's Justice Department plot lead to a question: What if Pence and the Justice Department had gone along with it?

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And for all three levers of power.

Could the United States soon be plunged into a recession and face financial calamity by defaulting on its loans for the first time ever? It’s at least a possibility as a deadline to raise the debt limit comes up in October.

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Carlson clarified that Fox News doesn't actually mandate vaccines. And that's true. It's also true of the Biden policy that he and other Fox hosts often deride as a tyrannical vaccine mandate.

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Just *those* wars, it seems. A new poll shows Americans are actually remarkably — and increasingly — willing to go to war again to defend an ally.

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The conservative group on Monday finally responded to a weeks-old controversy — by laying waste to the straw man it had propped up.

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The Trump team wanted the Justice Department to help overturn the election — using some of the worst evidence imaginable.

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