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01/17/2022   Washington Examiner Politics
Arizona has two months to let schools force mask mandates or risk losing its share of COVID-19 aid from the federal government.
01/17/2022   Washington Post Politics
A new redistricting commission failed its first test and the Ohio Supreme Court said the legislative and congressional district maps must be redrawn.
01/17/2022   Washington Post Politics
These members have argued to House leaders that holding votes on narrow measures such as curbing prescription drug costs and extending the child tax credit would help Democrats make a case that they can improve voters’ lives.
01/17/2022   Washington Examiner Politics
Gov. Gavin Newsom has made available more than $60 million in funds for projects that will create 267 interim housing units for homeless individuals in Santa Barbara, Santa Clara and Kern Counties.
01/17/2022   Washington Examiner Politics
A Maryland delegate has introduced legislation that seeks to put a question on the ballot in November to legalize adult-use marijuana in the state.
01/16/2022   Washington Post Politics
A brave rabbi, repeated security trainings and the FBI’s top hostage negotiators bring peaceful end to harrowing ordeal.
01/16/2022   Washington Examiner Politics
KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — Ukraine said Sunday that Russia was behind a cyberattack that defaced its government websites and alleged that Russia is engaged in an increasing “hybrid war” against its neighbor.
01/15/2022   Washington Post Politics
01/15/2022   Washington Post Politics
Interviews suggest officials are not taking steps to directly probe the former president or his inner circle.
01/15/2022   Washington Post Politics
The conservative news channel, which rose to prominence during the Trump administration and has promoted conspiracy theories about the 2020 presidential election and coronavirus pandemic, will be dropped from DirecTV in early April when its contract expires.
01/15/2022   Washington Post Politics
He weathered one of the roughest weeks of his presidency, and his year ends with his approval ratings underwater. Now the question is whether he has a course correction in mind.
01/15/2022   Washington Post Politics
Action on Capitol Hill and a decision by the Supreme Court led to one of the worst weeks of Biden’s first year in office.
01/14/2022   Washington Post Politics
The 2019 report, which gained little attention at the time, calls attention to a loophole in individual contribution limits.
01/14/2022   Washington Post Politics
Updated guidance stops short of saying people should wear the higher-quality masks, but offers advice on effectiveness.
01/14/2022   Washington Post Politics
Oath Keepers founder Stewart Rhodes, arrested Thursday, is the highest-profile person charged to date.
01/14/2022   Washington Post Politics
The opinion was a victory for Democrats who have contended that the House lines defied a state ban on partisan gerrymandering.
01/14/2022   Washington Post Politics
The case dates to 2015, when Joseph Kennedy, an assistant football coach at Bremerton High School in Washington, offered private prayer after games and often was joined by players and coaches of both teams. An opposing coach complained, and Kennedy’s contract was not renewed.
01/14/2022   Washington Post Politics
The Biden administration on Friday forced out Darren Beattie, who was a member of the U.S. Commission for the Preservation of America’s Heritage Abroad.
01/14/2022   Washington Examiner Politics
Gov. Brian Kemp is proposing giving Georgia state employees and teachers pay raises and increasing spending on education, crime reduction and foster care this legislative session.
01/14/2022   Washington Post Politics
County clerks in some of the most populous counties such as Harris and Travis have rejected the applications due to new requirements for identification.
01/14/2022   Washington Examiner Politics
The federal government said it will help Ohio hospitals struggling with rising COVID-19 cases while the Ohio National Guard presence at testing sites and hospitals is increasing.
01/14/2022   Washington Post Politics
A day after Kavanaugh allowed a vaccine mandate for health-care workers to move forward, Tucker Carlson, Ron DeSantis and even Donald Trump Jr. went after him — in remarkably personal terms.
01/14/2022   Washington Post Politics
A day after Kavanaugh allowed a vaccine mandate for health-care workers to move forward, Tucker Carlson, Ron DeSantis and even Donald Trump Jr. went after him — in remarkably personal terms.
01/14/2022   Washington Post Politics
President Biden says passing voting rights legislation is a top priority for his administration. But a couple of senators have the power to keep that from happening. And, an unlikely casualty of our supply chain blues.
01/14/2022   Washington Examiner Politics
The Chinese Communist Party is promoting efforts by U.S. professors and activists who are opposing the Justice Department’s China Initiative, which aims to crack down on Chinese economic espionage.
01/14/2022   Washington Examiner Politics
Don’t expect to get to the Secretary of State’s office to conduct business in person until Jan. 24.
01/14/2022   Washington Post Politics
Their position is better, but the look isn't.
01/14/2022   Washington Examiner Politics
Panama City and Bonita Springs are among the first cities this year to receive millions of dollars in federal funding to help their communities make additional repairs to water, sewer and stormwater infrastructure damaged by hurricanes.
01/14/2022   Washington Post Politics
The New York congressman is the third of the 10 Republicans who voted last year to impeach former president Donald Trump to announce their retirement.
01/14/2022   Washington Examiner Politics
Parents are suing the North Allegheny School District over its decision to lift the district’s mandatory mask mandate beginning next week, a move they claim could be “a death sentence” for severely immunocompromised students.