The Fix



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President Biden wants to make history with Rep. Deb Haaland. But Republicans could block that.

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The report confirms previous reporting on the crown prince’s readily apparent role in Khashoggi’s murder.

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Despite calling for unity as a candidate, President Biden plans to pass his first major policy via budget reconciliation, a legislative process that requires no GOP votes and has become increasingly partisan.

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Conservatives and even some liberals suggest a double standard by Biden and other top officials. Many comparisons are apples to oranges, though.

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McCarthy and Roy were among the most critical lawmakers who didn't vote for impeachment. Both also defended Cheney. But each sent a clear signal Thursday.

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The next phase of the fight for LGBT rights on Capitol Hill will center on transgender Americans.

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Republicans have found themselves on the wrong side of public opinion on some other big bills. But history shows they won't necessarily pay a price.

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The top three House GOP leaders each carve out different choices: A bear hug (Steve Scalise), a middle ground (Kevin McCarthy), or a full break (Liz Cheney).

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The party has long called itself the “party of the Constitution,” and GOP lawmakers run as “constitutional conservatives.” But events of recent months don't exactly show fealty to it.

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After significant loses, Georgia Republicans appear to be going after one of the state's most influential voting blocs.

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Johnson, who has downplayed the insurrection, used a hearing Tuesday to try to inject doubt that the rioters were Trump supporters. His source is dubious.

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Yet again, conservatives accuse Democrats and the media of hypocrisy on detaining children at the border. Yet again, the charge doesn’t hold up.

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The final blow comes thanks in significant part to the former president's own nominees to the court.

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Comparing Tanden to a Trump nominee with problematic tweets.

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Relative to those previously sued by Dominion and Smartmatic, Lindell seems to have waltzed into especially dicey legal territory.

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The White House has little power over local school districts’ decisions to reopen schools.

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Why Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Tex) can make a real difference on the ground – if he chooses.

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Both a $15 minimum wage and forgiving $50,000 in student loans — which Biden distanced himself from this week in certain ways — are popular among the broader public and especially Democrats. But Biden's ideas might be even more so.

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It was a case study in how Hannity and others mislead to help their allies. Except Cruz wasn't really going along with it.

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The long, perilous history of politicians vacationing during crisis.

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