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As Biden faces a struggle to hold the Senate, Democrats’ divisions resurface
In crucial Senate races in Pennsylvania, North Carolina and elsewhere, the Democratic coalition that came together to elect Biden is fracturing again — with big implications for his presidency.
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Florida ran a nearly flawless election in 2020. Republicans decided to change the voting rules anyway. Here’s how.
A new law signed by Gov. Ron DeSantis will make it harder for people to vote by mail and blocks private donations to assist elections.
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Liz Cheney’s months-long effort to turn Republicans from Trump threatens her reelection and ambitions. She says it’s only beginning.
The party’s third-highest leader has engaged in a raging months-long dispute with other House Republicans, likely to end in her dismissal from her leadership post.
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Reps. Greene, Gaetz push Trump’s grievances, ‘America First’ message at Florida rally
Gaetz and Greene mocked Democrats — and some fellow Republicans — and vowed that Trump’s influence on the GOP is here to stay.
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Arizona audit postpones plan to interview voters that raised Justice Department concerns
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Senior CDC official who met Trump’s wrath for raising alarm about coronavirus to resign
Nancy Messonnier, was replaced last month as head of agency's vaccine task force, and was director of a key CDC center.
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How the culture-war divide in the U.S. compares to other democracies
Among other things, it's generally wider.
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Ted Cruz said his election objections weren’t about blocking Biden. Then someone asked about it.
The Texas senator's insistence he was just raising concerns is undercut by a new video.
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Harris urges cooperation to stem the tide of migrants in meeting with Mexico’s López Obrador
The vice president met with the leader of Mexico by video Friday and plans to visit the country in June.
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Ohio GOP censures Rep. Anthony Gonzalez over Trump impeachment vote, calls for his resignation
The Ohio congressman is not the first among Republicans who voted to impeach Trump or convict him to face political repercussions back home.
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It is obviously accurate to refer to the Florida voting law as ‘restrictive’
After all, it restricts the ability of Floridians to cast ballots in key ways.
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Lindsey Graham says Republican Party can’t move forward without Trump: ‘We can’t grow without him’
“Can we move forward without President Trump? The answer is no,” Sen. Lindsey O. Graham said in a Thursday interview with Fox News host Sean Hannity.
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The curious stagnancy of employment numbers since September
Permanent unemployment has been flat since then, as have employment numbers among Whites.
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