The attack on our democracy must be investigated to prevent history from repeating itself. By Jesse Wegman Mr. Wegman is a member of the editorial…View More Opinion | America Needs a Jan. 6 Commission
WASHINGTON (REUTERS) – US President Joe Biden on Wednesday (April 14) named a liaison to Asian Americans, who are contending with rising violence, after facing…View More Prodded to act on racial justice, Biden picks liaison to Asian diaspora
Officer William F. Evans of the Capitol Police, who was killed when a car rammed into him outside the Capitol this month, will lie in…View More The officer killed when a driver rammed into him at the Capitol will lie in honor in the Rotunda.
A dictionary for these polarized times. By Michelle Cottle Ms. Cottle is a member of the editorial board. President Biden campaigned on a promise to…View More Opinion | Democrats and Republicans No Longer Speak the Same Language
WASHINGTON — Former Speaker John Boehner, Republican of Ohio, says in a new memoir that he regrets supporting the impeachment of President Bill Clinton, calling…View More In New Book, Boehner Says He Regrets Clinton Impeachment
WASHINGTON — Senator Mitch McConnell has long been a pre-eminent defender of a role in politics for corporate America, welcoming its participation and, most importantly,…View More Yet Again, Mitch McConnell Digs In Against Campaign Law Changes
By Adam Liptak Justice Stephen G. Breyer warned on Tuesday that expanding the size of the Supreme Court could erode public trust in it by…View More Justice Breyer says expanding the Supreme Court could undermine its authority.
Last week, President Biden introduced a $2.2 trillion infrastructure plan, calling it “a once-in-a-generation investment in America.” In a speech, he outlined many of the…View More Opinion | Biden Can Go Bigger and Not ‘Pay for It’ the Old Way
GEORGIA (NYTIMES) – The fight over voting rights is emerging as one of the defining conflicts of the Biden era, and Georgia fired the opening…View More Georgia law kicks off partisan battle over voting in the US
WASHINGTON — If Democrats eliminate the filibuster, there is one senator who would have an outsized impact in the 50-50 chamber on issues that could…View More In Washington, Policy Revolves Around Joe Manchin. He Likes It That Way.
More than a decade ago, a woman at a bar near the Columbia University campus turned to Gavin Schmidt and asked if he knew the…View More A Biden Administration Strategy: Send In the Scientists
SAN FRANCISCO (AFP) – The heads of Facebook, Google and Twitter will testify before Congress on Thursday (March 25) on disinformation, following a tense US…View More Congress to grill US Internet giants over disinformation
The Senate Judiciary Committee, confronted with the mass shootings of 18 people in two states within the span of a week, will hold a hearing…View More Signs of a partisan divide on guns re-emerged hours after the shooting.
WASHINGTON — Evidence the government obtained in the investigation into the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol most likely meets the bar necessary to charge…View More Evidence in Capitol Attack Most Likely Supports Sedition Charges, Prosecutor Says