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Today's edition of quick hits. [Read More]
Indiana's Jim Banks is trying to present himself as the "ranking member" of the Jan. 6 committee — which he isn't a member of. [Read More]
Six months ago, several Republican doctors in Congress said the right thing about Covid-19 protections. Some have since changed their minds. [Read More]
Today's installment of campaign-related news items from across the country. [Read More]
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As the Justice Department adds prosecutors to its investigatory team, it seems Republican Rep. Matt Gaetz of Florida is not having an especially good week. [Read More]
Louis DeJoy didn't need another new controversy, but the scandal-plagued postmaster general appears to have one anyway. [Read More]
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Last fall, a Republican lawyer helped take the lead in Trump's gambit to have the results of an election thrown out. Now he'll oversee Texas... [Read More]
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Ron DeSantis' handpicked surgeon general has been described as a "COVID crank." Dr. Joseph Ladapo seems eager to prove his critics right. [Read More]
Today's edition of quick hits. [Read More]
Congress is trying to get answers about an attack on our democracy. House Republicans suggested today that they're largely indifferent to those answers. [Read More]
The last time layoff totals were this low, the pandemic hadn't even started in earnest. The numbers are starting to look ... normal. [Read More]
Today's installment of campaign-related news items from across the country. [Read More]
Chuck Schumer has been neutral on filibuster reforms. To protect voting rights, it doesn't sound like he'll remain neutral much longer. [Read More]
I wondered whether Texas' Dan Patrick would ever follow through on his financial-reward system. As it turns out, we now have an answer. [Read More]
The trouble surrounding the Trump National Golf Club Westchester may become the latest in a long line of legal headaches for the former president. [Read More]
If Kyrsten Sinema fights to protect Trump-era tax breaks she used to oppose, the damage it could do to her party's domestic agenda is extraordinary. [Read More]
Now that Senate Republicans have discredited Joe Manchin's preferred governing model, what is he prepared to replace it with? [Read More]
Today's edition of quick hits. [Read More]
The Freedom to Vote Act was a compromise plan designed to garner bipartisan support. Literally every Senate Republican rejected it anyway. [Read More]
As congressional retirements start piling up, should Democratic leaders be concerned? Probably not yet. [Read More]
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