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Politico
Mar 03, 2021

D.C. National Guard chief: Pentagon dragged its feet on Jan. 6 backup
"We already had Guardsmen on buses ready to move to the Capitol," Walker wrote in his prepared remarks.

Politico
Mar 03, 2021

NRCC chair cautions Trump against backing primary challenges for Republicans who voted to impeach
"He can do whatever he wants," Tom Emmer said. "But I would tell him that it's probably better for us that we keep these people and we make sure that we have a majority that can be sustained going forward."

Politico
Mar 03, 2021

Biden strikes stimulus deal with Senate Democrats
A disagreement over unemployment benefits does not appear a big enough problem to derail or delay the party's push for quick passage.

Politico
Mar 03, 2021

Opinion | Before He Was a Washington Institution, I Knew Vernon Jordan as a Civil Rights Pioneer
The product of segregation-era Atlanta, he helped me desegregate the University of Georgia.

Politico
Mar 03, 2021

Biden's first 100 days


Politico
Mar 03, 2021

Blinken, Biden to outline global strategy with China as key focus
Foreign policy is domestic policy, Blinken will say, but Beijing looms large.

Politico
Mar 03, 2021

U.S. forces: Rockets hit airbase in Iraq hosting U.S. troops
The Iraqi military said the attack did not cause significant losses and that security forces had found the launch pad used for the rockets.

Politico
Mar 03, 2021

White House taps insurers to boost vaccinations among vulnerable communities
The Biden administration will announce a new initiative with health insurers to ensure some of their most high-risk customers get vaccinated against Covid-19.

Politico
Mar 03, 2021

The real post-Trump GOP divide: House vs. Senate
House and Senate Republicans are taking divergent stances toward President Joe Biden, even as they unite in opposition to his coronavirus bill.

Politico
Mar 03, 2021

We asked governors what they want from Biden. Here's what they told us.
The POLITICO symposium of seven governors suggests the revival of the practical-minded center Biden extols might be attainable for his administration.

Politico
Mar 03, 2021

Trump aides build out the MAGA-verse with new groups
A number of Trump's top campaign aides and senior administration officials are launching nonprofits or super PACs.

Politico
Mar 03, 2021

Europeans blame EU and national governments for slow coronavirus vaccine rollout
More than half of Germans polled said the European Union has handled the vaccine rollout badly.

Politico
Mar 02, 2021

Newsom calls Texas 'absolutely reckless' for lifting Covid rules


Politico
Mar 02, 2021

De Blasio's payback: New York mayor unloads on wounded Cuomo
The mayor has called Cuomo's alleged behavior "grotesque," "perverse" and "terrifying."

Politico
Mar 02, 2021

Senate confirms Rouse as top economic adviser to Biden
Rouse is the first Black person, and only the fourth woman, to lead the Council of Economic Advisers.

Politico
Mar 02, 2021

Biden prepares blitz of action to prod schools to reopen
With Education Secretary Miguel Cardona finally installed, the administration is intensifying its efforts to meet its 100 day-goal for in-person learning.

Politico
Mar 02, 2021

House fight for Trump's financial records poised to stretch into the summer
The House Oversight Committee reissued a subpoena for the former president's accounting firm, Mazars USA.

Politico
Mar 02, 2021

The vaccines that could stop Covid-19
We're tracking dozens of the vaccines in use or development in the United States and around the world.

Politico
Mar 02, 2021

Allegations against Cuomo become headache for Democrats from Albany to Washington
The governor's weakened standing as a result of the recent accusations by three women has emboldened many of Cuomo's frequent intra-party critics, many of whom have chaffed under his decadelong death-grip on state politics and are keen to cast him aside.

Politico
Mar 02, 2021

Neera Tanden withdraws as Biden's budget chief pick
The president's statement indicated he expects Tanden to serve in another role in his administration.

Politico
Mar 02, 2021

Tanden withdraws as Biden's budget chief pick
Biden's statement indicated he expects Tanden to serve in another role in his administration.

Politico
Mar 02, 2021

Vernon Jordan's Creed: ‘Michelle, I'm Too Old To Let Race Get In The Way of Friendship'
The journey of a civil rights leader turned consummate Washington insider.

Politico
Mar 02, 2021

Biden administration's push for standardized tests irks teachers unions, state leaders
The Education Department is resuming standardized testing requirements after a one-year pause.

Politico
Mar 02, 2021

Brussels and Washington send message to Putin


Politico
Mar 02, 2021

Biden administration still hasn't briefed top senators on Syria strike
Sen. Chris Murphy had to sit in on a staff briefing. He's not thrilled with what he heard.

Politico
Mar 02, 2021

Shalanda Young shines as Tanden's nomination languishes
During Young's first confirmation hearing Tuesday to be deputy director of the Office of Management and Budget, GOP lawmakers boosted her as an alternative to Tanden.

Politico
Mar 02, 2021

Shalanda Young shines as Tanden's nomination nixed
During Young's first confirmation hearing Tuesday to be deputy director of the Office of Management and Budget, GOP lawmakers boosted her as an alternative to Tanden.

Politico
Mar 02, 2021

House Republicans jostle over proxy voting after Florida trip
During a GOP meeting, Texas Rep. Chip Roy called out fellow Republicans who voted "by proxy" against the Democrats' Covid relief bill last week.

Politico
Mar 02, 2021

Texas, Mississippi to lift mask mandates, allow all businesses to reopen at full capacity
The executive orders announced by the two Republican governors come as health officials warn against loosening restrictions too quickly.

Politico
Mar 02, 2021

Texas, Mississippi to lift mask mandates, let all businesses reopen at full capacity
The executive orders announced by the two Republican governors come as health officials warn against loosening restrictions too quickly.

Politico
Mar 02, 2021

De Blasio joins local leaders in questioning Cuomo's pandemic response amid scandal


Politico
Mar 02, 2021

Senate confirms Raimondo to lead Commerce Department
The Senate confirmed Raimondo in a84-15 vote, overcoming opposition from Republicans who accused her of being soft on China.

Politico
Mar 02, 2021

Justices seek middle ground in voting-rights fight
A trio of Republican-appointed justices could help minority advocates dodge a worst-case setback in two Arizona cases.

Politico
Mar 02, 2021

Gensler: SEC should consider corporate political spending disclosures
Corporate disclosure was a dominant theme and key tension at Gensler's confirmation hearing.

Politico
Mar 02, 2021

Labor watchdog backs calls for binding Covid-19 workplace safety standard, slams Trump's policy
The findings could help the Biden administration justify the emergency rulemaking, which Republicans and the business community have opposed.

Politico
Mar 02, 2021

George Floyd's killing started a movement. 9 months later, what's changed?
"It's one thing to call for a whole-scale transformation. But what does that mean at a granular level?"

Politico
Mar 02, 2021

McEnany: Capitol insurrection spoiled plans for a farewell press conference
Former press secretary Kayleigh McEnany told Fox News that she intended to have a final briefing as a farewell of sorts at the end of her tenure.

Politico
Mar 02, 2021

Tracking the money: Bid to make business rescue more inclusive undercut by lack of data
Under the assumption that the PPP hasn't reached enough underserved businesses, Biden is revamping the program to expand access and target the tiniest employers.

Politico
Mar 02, 2021

Tanden withdrawal absolves Murkowski of difficult decision
Tuesday night's news ground to a halt days of discussions between Murkowski and the White House.

Politico
Mar 02, 2021

Murkowski weighs Tanden's fate with Alaska on her mind
Neera Tanden's been in Senate purgatory for a week now as she and the Biden administration fight to convince Sen. Lisa Murkowski to back her bid to be White House budget chief.

Politico
Mar 02, 2021

FBI Director Wray says the Capitol siege has been an 'inspiration' to terrorist extremists
Christopher Wray's public comments are his first since the Jan. 6. assault by Trump supporters.

Politico
Mar 02, 2021

Senate Dems wrestle with unemployment benefits in Biden's Covid aid plan
Democrats don't have much time to fight about the massive Covid measure, with debate set to begin as early as Wednesday.

Politico
Mar 02, 2021

Opinion | How Biden Is Setting Himself Apart From Trump—and Obama—in the Middle East
The new president is trying to uphold American values while acknowledging cold realities. But the balance will be difficult to maintain.

Politico
Mar 02, 2021

CDC's draft guidelines for vaccinated Americans call for small steps toward normal life
The agency will recommend that fully inoculated people limit social interactions to small group gatherings.

Politico
Mar 02, 2021

Vernon Jordan, activist and former Clinton advisor, dies at 85
Vickee Jordan Adams released the statement of her father's death Tuesday to CBS News.

Politico
Mar 02, 2021

Biden accelerates vaccination timeline after manufacturing deal
The Biden administration helped broker the deal after reports earlier this year that J&J was struggling with production delays.

Politico
Mar 02, 2021

Merck to help produce Johnson & Johnson vaccine
The Biden administration helped broker the deal after reports earlier this year that J&J was struggling with production delays.

Politico
Mar 02, 2021

Biden administration sanctions Russia over Navalny poisoning and arrest
"And there will be more to come": further action on Russian hacks and bounties is expected in the next few weeks.

Politico
Mar 02, 2021

4 takeaways from Facebook's Australian brawl
The social network may have won concessions, but it lost the moral high ground.

Politico
Mar 02, 2021

Why Biden is keeping Bernie close
The president and the Senate's most recognizable progressive have made sure to work constructively together, even under stressful policy battles.

Politico
Mar 02, 2021

The state of the Bernie-Biden relationship remains strong
The president and the Senate's most recognizable progressive have made sure to work constructively together, even under stressful policy battles.

Politico
Mar 02, 2021

One Way Trump May Have Changed Immigration Forever
For decades, U.S. presidents have managed a delicate consensus on taking in refugees. Trump blew it up.

Politico
Mar 02, 2021

Drug industry pushes FDA to solve growing inspection backlog
Inspections are a vital tool to ensure the safety of new drugs as well as medicines already on the market.

Politico
Mar 02, 2021

‘They're nervous every night': Biden's team sends mixed messages on vaccine availability
The mixed messages risk sowing confusion across the country as the nation enters the second year of the pandemic.

Politico
Mar 02, 2021

‘They're very nervous every night': Biden's team sends mixed messages on vaccine availability
The mixed messages risk sowing confusion across the country as the nation enters the second year of the pandemic.

Politico
Mar 02, 2021

China wants to dominate AI. The U.S. and Europe need each other to tame it.
The U.S. and Europe are on different paths to regulating artificial intelligence but need each other to take on China.

Politico
Mar 02, 2021

Navarro penned 15-page memo falsely accusing Coates of being Anonymous
Victoria Coates, then a deputy national security adviser, was transferred out of the White House amid a whisper campaign that she was the author of the op-ed and book.

Politico
Mar 02, 2021

Opinion | The U.S. Has the Power to Tamp Down Coronavirus Variants — If We're Willing to Use It
We're in a race against mutations all around the world. The fastest way to speed vaccination is to let other countries manufacture the vaccines developed by Operation Warp Speed.

Politico
Mar 02, 2021

LA teachers union slams California schools plan as 'propagating structural racism'


Politico
Mar 01, 2021

The spam email that could launch a thousand lawsuits
A German ruling could unleash a tidal wave of data protection complaints.

Politico
Mar 01, 2021

Inside Joe Biden's decision to dive into the Amazon union drive
The quasi-endorsement was weeks in the making, spurring on by private talks with labor leaders and Democratic officials.

Politico
Mar 01, 2021

Inside Joe Biden's decision to release his BFD Amazon union video
The quasi-endorsement was weeks in the making, spurring on by private talks with labor leaders and Democratic officials.

Politico
Mar 01, 2021

House Democrats strike deal with moderates on anti-corruption bill
Leaders agreed to tweak a provision on the public financing of elections that moderates have long loathed.

Politico
Mar 01, 2021

Third woman accuses Cuomo of harassment


Politico
Mar 01, 2021

The road to Joe Biden's foreign policy runs through Bob Menendez
The powerful chair of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee isn't going to let Biden repeat Obama's mistakes.

Politico
Mar 01, 2021

GOP may hold keys to Democrats' long-sought minimum wage hike
Dems have batted away a GOP proposal to raise the wage to $10 an hour and enact stricter immigration vetting requirements for employers.

Politico
Mar 01, 2021

Biden's getting no free ride from Democrats on foreign policy
Just last week, Biden drew friendly fire from within his own party on two major decisions on the world stage.

Politico
Mar 01, 2021

Austria and Denmark eye alliance with Israel on coronavirus vaccines
Austria's chancellor says his country and Denmark no longer want to be 'only' dependent on the European Union for vaccines.

Politico
Mar 01, 2021

Senate confirms Cardona as Education secretary
The bipartisan vote was a stark contrast to the contentious confirmation four years ago of Betsy DeVos.

Politico
Mar 01, 2021

Too little, too late? Schools deal may not alter Newsom recall politics


Politico
Mar 01, 2021

Cuomo accuser encourages others to come forward


Politico
Mar 01, 2021

Biden administration won't ID Saudis barred from U.S. in Khashoggi fallout
The State Department put visa bans on 76 Saudi nationals. But who they are is a mystery.

Politico
Mar 01, 2021

Prosecutors fill in details of Proud Boys assault on Capitol
Members are alleged to have dressed "incognito" on Jan. 6, then fanned out to prevent law enforcement from identifying them en masse.

Politico
Mar 01, 2021

What to expect from Biden and Mexico's López Obrador's relationship in a post-Trump world
The two presidents agreed on Monday to work closely on migration and the pandemic response, as well as security and economic cooperation.

Politico
Mar 01, 2021

What to expect from Biden's Mexico relationship in a post-Trump world
Biden and López Obrador are set to meet virtually on Monday afternoon to discuss migration and the pandemic response, as well as security and economic cooperation.

Politico
Mar 01, 2021

Senate set to take up $1.9T Covid aid bill as soon as Wednesday
Democrats are racing to pass the Covid aid package into law before March 14.

Politico
Mar 01, 2021

Cuomo's office directs AG to launch independent probe


Politico
Mar 01, 2021

Progressive group launches ad comparing Supreme Court justices to segregationists
Demand Justice will air a TV ad urging lawmakers to support voting rights legislation

Politico
Mar 01, 2021

DeSantis and Florida GOP target China after CPAC


Politico
Mar 01, 2021

Biden to allow migrant families separated under Trump to reunite in the U.S.
The Biden administration is seeking to undo the damage done by Trump's "zero tolerance" policy.

Politico
Mar 01, 2021

White House: Biden not considering sharing Covid vaccine with Mexico
"The president has made clear that he is focused on ensuring that vaccines are accessible to every American," said White House press secretary Jen Psaki.

Politico
Mar 01, 2021

Third Cuomo accuser steps forward, deepening governor's scandal
A woman claims Cuomo made unwanted advances toward her at a wedding reception in 2019, calling her "aggressive" after she removed his hand from the small of her back and asking, "Can I kiss you?"

Politico
Mar 01, 2021

De Blasio suggests Cuomo should resign if sexual harassment allegations are substantiated


Politico
Mar 01, 2021

Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy sentenced to jail in corruption trial
Sarkozy served as president from 2007 to 2012.

Politico
Mar 01, 2021

Duckworth urges Biden admin to release intel on Russian bounties
The senator pointed to public reports showing possible evidence that GRU bounty offers had been made.

Politico
Mar 01, 2021

The Republican Study Committee gets a Trumpian makeover
Rep. Jim Banks is reshaping the conservative caucus to align with the ex-president still ruling the GOP.

Politico
Mar 01, 2021

The Republican trying to bridge the Trump-Pence divide
Rep. Jim Banks is reshaping the Republican Study Committee to align with the ex-president still ruling the GOP.

Politico
Mar 01, 2021

Biden's bubble risk: A reckoning in markets as the economy recovers
"I mean, Shaq has a SPAC. What could go wrong?" one economist says of the euphoria rippling through Wall Street and raising a new round of worries.

Politico
Mar 01, 2021

Biden won't release White House virtual visitor logs
Government watchdogs are urging Biden to do more to keep the American public informed, including releasing virtual visitor logs.

Politico
Mar 01, 2021

Biden won't release White House visitor logs
Government watchdogs are urging Biden to do more to keep the American public informed, including releasing virtual visitor logs.

Politico
Mar 01, 2021

Census data snafu upends 2022 elections
A six-month delay in releasing redistricting data to is set to delay primaries and blow deadlines for new maps in some states.

Politico
Mar 01, 2021

Newsom strikes school reopening deal with California lawmakers


Politico
Feb 28, 2021

Russia's coronavirus vaccine makes inroads in disputed territories
In the rebel-held territories in Ukraine's east, residents have been receiving the Sputnik vaccine since early February.

Politico
Feb 28, 2021

Biden backs right of Amazon workers to attempt to organize
But he stops short of telling them to vote for the union.

Politico
Feb 28, 2021

Trump teases 2024 run in CPAC remarks attacking Biden, Republican critics
The former president renewed old grievances in his first formal speech since leaving the White House.

Politico
Feb 28, 2021

Trump teases 2024 run in CPAC remarks, as he looks to keep his grip on GOP
The former president renewed old grievances in his first formal speech since leaving the White House.

Politico
Feb 28, 2021

‘Being playful': Cuomo says he ‘teased' staff, agrees to independent inquiry
The embattled governor said he never intended to offend.

Politico
Feb 28, 2021

Cuomo: 'At work sometimes I think I am being playful'


Politico
Feb 28, 2021

CDC advisory panel recommends J&J single-dose Covid vaccine
The Johnson & Johnson vaccine is the first single-dose shot authorized in the U.S.

Politico
Feb 28, 2021

Single-dose Covid vaccine recommended by CDC advisory panel
The Johnson & Johnson vaccine is the first single-dose shot authorized in the U.S.

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