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06/12/2021   Washington Post Politics
Germany is among the members of the economic club with reservations about confrontation with a major trading partner
06/12/2021   Washington Post Politics
Biden has been greeted with equal parts optimism and skepticism as the specter of Trump transforms from an active storm to a threatening cloud for many U.S. allies.
06/12/2021   Washington Examiner Politics
FBI Director Christopher Wray promised the bureau would do “everything they possibly can” to declassify information related to any connections between Saudi Arabia’s government and the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
06/12/2021   Washington Post Politics
A new survey highlights the positive reaction abroad to Biden’s presidency after Trump, but resolving doubts about America’s internal divisions remains his challenge.
06/12/2021   Washington Post Politics
A new survey highlights the positive reaction abroad to Biden’s presidency after Trump, but resolving doubts about America’s internal divisions remains his challenge.
06/12/2021   Washington Post Politics
The 1938 Fair Labor Standards Act excluded farmworkers, domestic workers and other professions dominated by workers of color.
06/12/2021   Washington Examiner Politics
The massive leak of billionaires' tax data has imperiled what support there might have been from Republicans to back President Joe Biden's plan to give more money and authority to the IRS.
06/11/2021   Washington Post Politics
The attorney general’s announcement comes as the Biden administration faces growing pressure from civil rights groups and state Democrats to more forcefully challenge GOP efforts pass new voting limits.
06/11/2021   Washington Post Politics
Republicans are looking to press the issue of Democratic tensions over Israel and possibly force a vote on whether Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.) should be allowed to stay on the House Foreign Affairs Committee.
06/11/2021   Washington Examiner Politics
Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear’s COVID-19 orders once again went before the state’s Supreme Court as justices heard arguments Thursday on two cases.
06/11/2021   Washington Post Politics
Trump had promoted hydroxychloroquine and said he had taken the drug himself. Sen. Ron Johnson (Wis.) shared a clip in which he spoke of the supposed benefits of the drug.
06/11/2021   Washington Post Politics
Karol Chwiesiuk took a selfie in a senator’s office, officials say.
06/11/2021   Washington Post Politics
On the first day of a Group of Seven summit hosted by Britain, the G-7 leaders are also expected to endorse a minimum global tax rate on corporations of at least 15 percent.
06/11/2021   Washington Examiner Politics
Pennsylvania state lawmakers unveiled a long-awaited election reform bill on Thursday that’s sure to face pushback from Gov. Tom Wolf.
06/11/2021   Washington Examiner Politics
Florida’s 6.5 million businesses and homeowners will see some significant changes in state property insurance regulations beginning July 1 after Gov. Ron DeSantis Wednesday signed a reform package into law.
06/11/2021   Washington Post Politics
Revisiting a key witness Republicans cited for Trump's supposed exoneration.
06/11/2021   Washington Post Politics
Revisiting a key witness Republicans cited for Trump's supposed exoneration.
06/11/2021   Washington Examiner Politics
It’s been an eventful week of court rulings in South Carolina, where the state has successfully defended its newly adopted death penalty law but saw its lifetime sex offender registration law deemed unconstitutional.
06/11/2021   Washington Post Politics
Rich democracies meeting in Britain sought to send a message Friday that they were back in business after a surge in vaccinations and the exit of a disruptive American president.
06/11/2021   Washington Examiner Politics
North Carolina will give away $4 million in cash and cover college tuition for people who get vaccinated against COVID-19, Gov. Roy Cooper announced Thursday.
06/11/2021   Washington Examiner Politics
With a new state budget still in limbo, Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey has called lawmakers into a session to “contain current wildfires, possible flooding, and any other natural disasters that arise from this emergency.”
06/11/2021   Washington Examiner Politics
The newly elected head of California’s largest state worker union, known for his vocal opposition to Gov. Gavin Newsom, is facing calls for the election results to be tossed.
06/11/2021   Washington Examiner Politics
The persistent delays in issuing Firearm Owner’s Identification cards in Illinois that has doubled in the last year-and-a-half continues after a federal judge shot down a motion this week seeking to force the state to issue backlogged cards.
06/11/2021   Washington Post Politics
Some Democrats say the threat to voting rights is a national emergency and that spending months on infrastructure distracts from protecting those rights — or doing anything else.
06/11/2021   Washington Post Politics
An onslaught of new details suggest we're still really only scratching the surface.
06/11/2021   Washington Post Politics
An onslaught of new details suggest we're still really only scratching the surface.
06/11/2021   Washington Post Politics
The Post examines how former president Donald Trump took control of the Republican Party and what it means for the party moving forward in this video series.
06/11/2021   Washington Post Politics
The Post examines how former president Donald Trump took control of the Republican Party and what it means for the party moving forward in this video series.
06/11/2021   Washington Post Politics
Follow the president-elect’s progress filling nearly 800 positions, among the 1,200 that require Senate confirmation, in this tracker from The Washington Post and the Partnership for Public Service.
06/11/2021   Washington Post Politics
Pro- and anti-abortion legislation has become stronger over the past two decades, an indication of what the country would look like without the 1973 precedent.