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11/30/2022   Washington Post Politics
Oakland teens in 2020 won the right to vote in school board races. Teens in Berkeley won that right in 2016. Why hasn't Alameda County let them?
11/30/2022   Washington Post Politics
A 30-minute film, produced by lawmakers from both parties, strives to connect Americans through storytelling.
11/30/2022   Washington Post Politics
The House-passed legislation forcing a deal to avoid rail strike has an uncertain path in the Senate, although leaders have vowed to act quickly.
11/30/2022   Washington Post Politics
Republicans are showing increasing willingness in criticizing Trump over his meeting with white nationalist Nick Fuentes and Ye, the rapper formerly known as Kanye West who has issued anti-Jewish diatribes.
11/30/2022   Washington Post Politics
House Democrats elected Rep. Hakeem Jeffries as their leader, making the New Yorker the first Black lawmaker to lead a party in Congress.
11/30/2022   Washington Post Politics
The Justice Dept. will weigh the conviction of Stewart Rhodes and a top deputy in deciding whether to pursue other high-profile Trump allies, people familiar with the matter said.
11/30/2022   Washington Examiner Politics
EXCLUSIVE — Nikki Haley called a recent closed-door vote on earmark provisions by the House Republican conference "totally unacceptable" in an exclusive statement to the Washington Examiner.
11/30/2022   Washington Post Politics
Biden welcomes Macron on Thursday for his first state dinner. Beneath cordial relations, deeper questions lurk on the future of the Western alliance.
11/30/2022   Washington Post Politics
In a congressional first, two lawmakers from the same borough, Charles E. Schumer and Hakeem Jeffries, are leaders of the Senate and House Democratic caucuses.
11/30/2022   Washington Post Politics
Nearly 9 out of 10 deaths are now in people 65 or older, the highest rate since the pandemic began.
11/30/2022   Washington Post Politics
One of few women in her era to practice criminal law, she helped win the release of two Florida defendants known as the Death Row Brothers.
11/30/2022   Washington Post Politics
A photo of the Dallas Cowboys owner taken 65 years ago when he was a teenager is a reminder that segregation is closer than we think.
11/30/2022   Washington Examiner Politics
President Joe Biden cast doubt on his potential 2024 reelection bid Wednesday while speaking at the White House Tribal Nations Summit.
11/30/2022   Washington Post Politics
House Democrats are preparing to elect a new generation of leaders Wednesday who will be responsible for keeping the caucus united on policies and messaging.
11/30/2022   Washington Post Politics
New analysis from Bolts magazine indicates that the GOP gains were modest even at the state level.
11/30/2022   Washington Post Politics
Bad candidates cost the GOP key races and quite possibly the Senate. Here are the ones who hurt the party the most.
11/30/2022   Washington Post Politics
Bad candidates cost the GOP key races and quite possibly the Senate. Here are the ones who hurt the party the most.
11/30/2022   Washington Post Politics
The 52-year-old chair of the House Democratic Caucus becomes the first Black lawmaker to lead a party in Congress.
11/30/2022   Washington Post Politics
Since the aftermath of the Civil War, it appears that only non-White people or those not espousing right-wing views have been convicted.
11/30/2022   Washington Post Politics
A nonprofit works to invest over $11 million to mobilize voters before the Dec. 6 runoff between Sen. Raphael Warnock (D) and GOP challenger Herschel Walker.
11/30/2022   Washington Post Politics
Here are the lawmakers who are likely to decide McCarthy's fate in January's House speaker election.
11/30/2022   Washington Post Politics
Here are the lawmakers who are likely to decide McCarthy's fate in January's House speaker election.
11/30/2022   Washington Examiner Politics
(The Center Square) - South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem called the social media app TikTok a national security threat Tuesday and banned it from all state devices.
11/29/2022   Washington Examiner Politics
(The Center Square) – Republican Amy Parks of Loveland was sworn in on Monday as the new state representative for Colorado's House District 51.
11/29/2022   Washington Examiner Politics
(The Center Square) – A Wisconsin Republican congressman is amping-up the war of words against TikTok.
11/29/2022   Washington Examiner Politics
(The Center Square) - For some Utahns looking for their family’s Christmas tree, they need look no further than the public lands near their home.
11/28/2022   Washington Examiner Politics
Mike Lindell announced his bid to run as chairman of the Republican National Committee on Monday, mounting a challenge to Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel, whom he says has “failed” the GOP after the party’s lackluster midterm performance.
11/27/2022   Washington Examiner Politics
West Virginia Treasurer Riley Moore has made battling ESG a top priority, and he now hopes to bring that fight to the halls of Congress.
11/21/2022   Washington Examiner Politics
(The Center Square) – Lansing’s crop of newly elected and reelected officials is mostly mum on the fate of Line 5, or more specifically, the five-mile dual pipeline spanning the lakebed of the Straits of Mackinac.
11/21/2022   Washington Examiner Politics
(The Center Square) – The Texas Public Policy Foundation filed lawsuits against three federal agencies accusing them of failing to respond to Freedom of Information Act requests about their involvement with implementing the Biden administration's climate policies in accordance with the Paris Agreement.