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Voting bill hits Senate standoff

Voting bill hits Senate standoff

The chamber is divided along party lines over election reform efforts

The quest for safety and accountability after last year’s Jan. 6 riot is tangled up with partisanship

Election fights, the withdrawal from Afghanistan, border security, and congressional spending dominated 2021

Americans spend billions of hours each year interacting with the federal bureaucracy


Some experts say the Biden administration’s strategy must address government-level corruption in the region

The White House hopes that multiplying the number of charging ports will encourage Americans to drive electric

Some say the U.S. diplomatic boycott of the Olympic Games is too little, too late

The National Defense Authorization Act awaits approval from the Senate

A proposal would allow noncitizen residents in the city to vote for local political leaders

Vice President Kamala Harris sees low approval ratings as she struggles to promote President Joe Biden’s agenda