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Politics - U.S. Senate
Apr 18, 2024

Surveillance Bill Clears Key Hurdle in Senate Ahead of Friday Expiration
Republicans and Democrats voted to advance a measure to extend a warrantless surveillance law, but skeptics in both parties were still pushing to make substantial changes before a final vote.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Apr 18, 2024

The House Pushes for a TikTok ban, and Southern Africa Faces a Food Crisis
Plus, a brazen gold heist.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Apr 18, 2024

The Mayorkas Impeachment Is History, but the Political Repercussions Will Live On
Republicans say the quick dismissal of charges against Alejandro Mayorkas sets a dangerous precedent. Democrats say the mistake would have been to treat the case seriously.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Apr 18, 2024

What Happens if a Powerful Surveillance Law Expires This Week?
Senators are under pressure to reject amendments to a House-passed bill so it can become law before a statute expires Friday night. But the program would continue after any such lapse — with some caveats.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Apr 17, 2024

Senate Dismisses Impeachment Charges Against Mayorkas Without a Trial
Democrats quickly swept aside the articles of impeachment accusing the homeland security secretary of refusing to enforce immigration laws and breach of public trust, calling them unconstitutional.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Apr 17, 2024

Boeing Whistle-Blower Details His Concerns to Congressional Panel
Sam Salehpour, an engineer at Boeing for over a decade, testified that the company introduced production shortcuts in an attempt to address bottlenecks.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Apr 16, 2024

Kari Lake Urges Supporters to Arm Themselves Ahead of Election
"We are going to put on the armor of God," the Arizona Republican candidate for Senate said to cheering supporters. "And maybe strap on a Glock on the side of us just in case."

Politics - U.S. Senate
Apr 16, 2024

Senator Menendez, Charged in Bribery Scheme, May Blame His Wife
According to newly unsealed documents, Senator Robert Menendez may testify that Nadine Menendez hid information from him, leading him to believe that "nothing unlawful was taking place."

Politics - U.S. Senate
Apr 16, 2024

Americans Are More Vulnerable to Foreign Propaganda, Senator Warns
Senator Mark Warner, the chairman of the Intelligence Committee, said the United States was more susceptible to Russian influence operations than it was during the 2020 elections.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Apr 16, 2024

David Trone Is Among Top Self-Funders in Senate Primary History
Representative David Trone of Maryland was spending millions from his personal fortune even before his recent use of a racial slur drew criticism.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Apr 16, 2024

House Delivers Impeachment Articles Against Mayorkas, Calling for a Trial
Republicans are demanding a full trial of the homeland security secretary, but Democrats have made it clear they will try to dismiss the charges quickly and with little fanfare.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Apr 16, 2024

Lawmakers Question Bank of America About Leon Black's Payments to Epstein
A Senate committee sent a letter asking the bank whether it had adequately followed procedures before clearing $158 million in payments.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Apr 15, 2024

Johnson Says House Will Vote on Stalled Aid to Israel and Ukraine
The speaker, who has delayed for months amid G.O.P. opposition to funding for Kyiv, said he would bring up foreign aid legislation along with a bill aimed at appeasing Republican skeptics.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Apr 15, 2024

Boeing Defends Safety of 787 Dreamliner After Whistle-Blower's Claims
After a Boeing engineer went public with safety concerns, the company invited reporters to its South Carolina factory and top engineers vouched for the plane.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Apr 15, 2024

U.S. Scrutiny of Chinese Company Could Disrupt U.S. Supply Chain for Key Drugs
Lawmakers raising national security concerns and seeking to disconnect a major Chinese firm from U.S. pharmaceutical interests have rattled the biotech industry. The firm is deeply involved in development and manufacturing of crucial therapies for cancer, cystic fibrosis, H.I.V. and other illnesses.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Apr 13, 2024

Stacks of Cash at Menendez Home Were Not From His Bank, Prosecutors Say
The senator has said that money found in his house was from his own savings account. But prosecutors said that at least some of it came from "another person."

Politics - U.S. Senate
Apr 12, 2024

Johnson Floats Voting on Senate Ukraine Bill, With Conservative Policies as Sweeteners
The Republican speaker has weighed bringing up a $95 billion Senate-passed bill to aid Ukraine and Israel in tandem with a separate package geared toward mollifying G.O.P. critics.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Apr 12, 2024

Kari Lake Backs Arizona Lawmakers in Push for 15-Week Abortion Ban
The Senate candidate and Donald Trump ally is supporting a handful of state Republicans who have backed away from a near-total ban that was upheld by the State Supreme Court this week.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Apr 11, 2024

Democrats Hammer a Simple Attack on Abortion: Donald Trump Did This
The party is unifying around a blunt message that Vice President Kamala Harris pushed for privately ahead of her Friday trip to Arizona, where Democrats hope to keep Republicans reeling.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Apr 10, 2024

WWII Rosie the Riveters Are Honored in Washington
Rosie the Riveters, American women who filled a crucial labor shortage during World War II and reshaped the work force, were honored at the Capitol.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Apr 10, 2024

Can Ruben Gallego Win Over Arizona Swing Voters and Earn a Senate Seat?
Ruben Gallego has long embraced his progressive background. Now, with his state newly in the spotlight over abortion politics, he's getting tough on the border and targeting swing voters.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Apr 10, 2024

Kari Lake Called Arizona's Abortion Ban a ‘Great Law,' but Now She Denounces It
In her 2022 race for governor, Ms. Lake delivered a strict anti-abortion message. Now running for Senate, she is retreating from that position.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Apr 09, 2024

Abortion Jumps to the Center of Arizona's Key 2024 Races
A ruling by the state's highest court upholding an 1864 law that bans nearly all abortions set up a fierce political fight over the issue.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Apr 09, 2024

Swing-State Republicans Embrace Trump's New Abortion Stance
Several of the party's candidates, particularly those in battleground states, said they favor letting states regulate the procedure instead of having a national ban.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Apr 09, 2024

Nonprofit Theaters Are in Trouble. Lawmakers Are Proposing Help.
Proposed legislation would allocate $1 billion annually for an industry coping with rising expenses and smaller audiences.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Apr 09, 2024

2024 Election Live Updates: Arizona Awaits a Key Abortion Ruling


Politics - U.S. Senate
Apr 06, 2024

On the Deaths of David Mixner and Senator Joseph Lieberman
Their experience of being outsiders deeply affected their political worldviews and caused them to embrace the struggles of other excluded Americans as their own.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Apr 06, 2024

Sickened by U.S. Nuclear Program, Communities Turn to Congress for Aid
In St. Louis and around the country, people harmed by the drive for an atomic bomb have been shut out of a federal law enacted to help such victims.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Apr 05, 2024

Why Is Adeel Mangi's Confirmation Still in Jeopardy?
Why Is Adeel Mangi's confirmation still in jeopardy?

Politics - U.S. Senate
Apr 05, 2024

Outrage Over Slain Aid Workers Deepens Democratic Resistance to Arming Israel
There is strong bipartisan support for aiding Israel in Congress, but the concerns among Democrats could further bog down an already stalled security aid package for Ukraine and Israel.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Apr 05, 2024

Opposition to Muslim Judicial Nominee Leaves Biden With a Tough Choice
Adeel Mangi would be the first Muslim American to be a federal appeals court judge, but has faced vitriolic attacks from the G.O.P. The president could run out of time to fill the seat.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Apr 04, 2024

Here's How Congress Can Use Leverage on Weapons Sales to Prod Biden on Israel
Congress has oversight over American weapons sales to allies. Some Democrats say lawmakers should try to delay or even block them until Israel agrees to conditions on its offensive in Gaza.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Apr 02, 2024

Ruben Gallego, Democratic Senate Candidate in Arizona, Raises $7.5 Million
The congressman's campaign said it had more than $9.6 million cash on hand as it looks toward a fall race against Kari Lake, a Trump ally, who has yet to announce first-quarter fund-raising figures.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Mar 31, 2024

New Jersey Ballot Ruling Applies Only to Democratic Race, Judge Says
A federal judge who tossed out the state's unique ballot design said his ruling would affect only the Democratic primary.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Mar 30, 2024

10 Senate Races to Watch in 2024
With Democrats holding a one-seat majority and defending seats from Maryland to Arizona, control of the Senate could easily flip to the G.O.P.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Mar 29, 2024

How Patty Murray Won $1 Billion for Child Care as Congress Is Deadlocked
A self-described "mom in tennis shoes," now the Senate Appropriations Committee leader, managed to win an increase in child care subsidies in a spending freeze.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Mar 29, 2024

New Jersey Ballot Design for Senate Primary Challenged by Federal Judge
The ruling is expected to abolish a practice that has allowed the state's Democratic and Republican political machines to flourish.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Mar 29, 2024

New Jersey's Ballot Must Be Immediately Redesigned, Federal Judge Rules
The ruling is expected to abolish a practice that has allowed the state's Democratic and Republican political machines to flourish.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Mar 28, 2024

House Republicans Demand Full Impeachment Trial for Mayorkas
They argue that quickly dispensing with the charges, as senators in both parties are inclined to do, would be an affront to Americans.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Mar 28, 2024

New Senate Leadership Tussle Is a Throwback to the Old Days
Current Senate leaders haven't had to fight too hard for their jobs, but Republicans now face a real contest to replace Mitch McConnell.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Mar 27, 2024

Joe Lieberman, U.S. Senator and Vice Presidential Candidate, Dies at 82
He served four terms in the Senate from Connecticut and was chosen by Al Gore as his running mate in the 2000 election. He was the first Jewish candidate on a major-party ticket.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Mar 27, 2024

Joe Lieberman, Senator and Vice Presidential Nominee for Candidate, Dies at 82
He served four terms in the Senate from Connecticut and was chosen by Al Gore as his running mate in the 2000 election. He was the first Jewish candidate on a major-party ticket.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Mar 27, 2024

In Senate Race Shake-Up, Frustration With Establishment Politics
Tammy Murphy, New Jersey's first lady, ended her Senate campaign, despite an early air of inevitability to her candidacy.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Mar 26, 2024

TikTok Bill Would Complicate ByteDance Investments if Passed
Major U.S. investment firms such as General Atlantic, Susquehanna and Sequoia Capital own stakes in ByteDance, the parent of TikTok. Their investments are increasingly under fire.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Mar 26, 2024

The U.S. Investors Caught in the Scrum Over TikTok
Major U.S. investment firms such as General Atlantic, Susquehanna and Sequoia Capital own stakes in ByteDance, the parent of TikTok. Their investments are increasingly under fire.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Mar 25, 2024

Angela Alsobrooks Picks Up Senate Endorsements After Opponent Uses Racial Slur
Five House members backed Ms. Alsobrooks over their colleague, David Trone, who has apologized for a racial slur he said he used inadvertently during a recent hearing.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Mar 24, 2024

Lisa Murkowski Says She Won't Vote for Trump
In an interview with CNN on Sunday, the veteran Republican senator from Alaska said, "I just regret that our party is seemingly becoming a party of Donald Trump."

Politics - U.S. Senate
Mar 24, 2024

Tammy Murphy Drops Out of Race for Menendez's Senate Seat
Ms. Murphy, the first lady of New Jersey, had racked up early endorsements from Democratic Party leaders, but struggled to gain support among rank-and-file voters.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Mar 23, 2024

Kari Lake, a Trump Acolyte, Struggles to Find Her Path
The Republican Senate candidate in Arizona, who has been an election denier and Trump supporter, is seeking to appeal to establishment Republicans.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Mar 23, 2024

Congress Passes Spending Bill in Wee Hours to Fend Off Shutdown
After hours of delay, the Senate overwhelmingly voted for the $1.2 trillion bill to fund more than half of the government, sending the measure to President Biden's desk.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Mar 23, 2024

Senate Strikes Deal to Vote on Spending Bill Just as Funding Expires
After hours of haggling, Senate leaders agreed to schedule a final vote on the $1.2 trillion in the early hours of Saturday morning to fund more than half the government.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Mar 22, 2024

Government on Track to Shut Down as Senate G.O.P. Slows Spending Bill
The $1.2 trillion measure passed the House, splitting Republicans and prompting a threat to oust Speaker Mike Johnson. But Senate Republicans refused to allow quick passage.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Mar 22, 2024

House Passes Spending Bill to Avert Shutdown, Prompting G.O.P. Revolt
The bipartisan vote split Republicans and prompted a threat to oust Speaker Mike Johnson. It was not clear whether Senate Republicans would allow the spending measure to pass in time to avoid a shutdown.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Mar 22, 2024

House Passes Spending Bill to Avert Shutdown, Prompting G.O.P. Mutiny
The bipartisan vote split Republicans and prompted a threat to oust Speaker Mike Johnson. It was not clear whether Senate Republicans would allow the spending measure to pass in time to avoid a shutdown.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Mar 22, 2024

Congress Races to Pass $1.2 Trillion Spending Bill Before Shutdown Deadline
A surge of conservative Republican anger about the bipartisan package threatened to derail the measure as lawmakers in both chambers worked to avoid a funding lapse.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Mar 22, 2024

Chuck Schumer on His Campaign to Oust Israel's Leader
The Senate majority leader, Chuck Schumer, explains why he decided to speak out against Benjamin Netanyahu, the Israeli prime minister.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Mar 22, 2024

A Sit-Down With Schumer After His Break With Netanyahu
The Senate majority leader, Chuck Schumer, explains why he decided to speak out against Benjamin Netanyahu, the Israeli prime minister.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Mar 22, 2024

Steve Daines, the Trump Whisperer
Senate Republicans may win back the chamber in November because they finally learned some lessons from election losses.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Mar 22, 2024

TikTok Changed His Life. Then India Banned the App.
As Washington debates a plan that could block TikTok, a content creator, Ulhas Kamathe, explains how he lost everything when it happened in India. Here's how he rebuilt his career.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Mar 21, 2024

The Very Rich G.O.P. Senate Candidates Bidding for Working-Class Votes
With Democrats at a fund-raising advantage, the G.O.P. has backed candidates who can self-fund. But their wealth is likely to factor in the fight for Senate control.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Mar 21, 2024

Leaders Release $1.2 Trillion Spending Bill as Congress Races to Avert Shutdown
The bipartisan bill emerged one day before the federal funding deadline, and it was not clear whether Congress could complete it in time to avoid a partial shutdown after midnight on Friday.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Mar 21, 2024

Republicans Are Counting on Millionaires to Flip the Senate
With Democrats at a fund-raising advantage, the G.O.P. has backed candidates who can self-fund. But their wealth is likely to factor in the fight for Senate control.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Mar 20, 2024

Netanyahu Assails Schumer, Dramatizing Partisan Split Over Israel
The prime minister addressed Senate Republicans remotely after Senator Chuck Schumer called him out in an explosive speech urging a new election in Israel.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Mar 20, 2024

Congress Races to Avoid a Shutdown, Weighing Shortcuts to Their Own Rules
Despite making a deal, lawmakers face several hurdles to beating a deadline to keep the government funded after Friday.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Mar 20, 2024

Racing to Avoid a Shutdown, Lawmakers Weigh Skirting Their Own Rules
Despite making a deal, lawmakers face several hurdles to beating a deadline to keep the government funded after Friday.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Mar 20, 2024

Comparing the Trump and Biden Years
Readers discuss the economy, yearn for normalcy and lament amnesia about Donald Trump's term. Also: 5 Nobelists, about a large telescope; radiation exposure; the filibuster; classical music.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Mar 20, 2024

Congress Seeks to Bar Funding for U.N. Agency for Palestinians
A bill would bar support for the agency, UNRWA, amid accusations that some employees were Hamas fighters. Other countries are scrambling to make up the looming shortfall.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Mar 20, 2024

The Burden of Being Senator Bob Menendez's Famous Children
Alicia Menendez is a weekend anchor on MSNBC. Her brother, Rob, is a member of Congress. The bribery scandal surrounding their father has cast a long shadow.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Mar 20, 2024

A Contentious Immigration Law Is Back on Hold, and Reddit Fans Are Getting Nervous
Plus, South Korea goes big for baseball.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Mar 19, 2024

Bernie Moreno, Backed by Trump, Wins Ohio Republican Senate Primary
Mr. Moreno, who has never held elected office, will try to unseat Senator Sherrod Brown, the last remaining Democrat to hold statewide office.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Mar 19, 2024

Ohio Senate Primary Election 2024 Live Results: Moreno to Face Sen. Brown
Get live results and maps from the 2024 Ohio primary election.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Mar 19, 2024

Trump-Backed Bernie Moreno Wins the Republican Senate Primary in Ohio
Mr. Moreno, who has never held elected office, will try to unseat Senator Sherrod Brown, the last remaining Democrat to hold statewide office.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Mar 19, 2024

March 19 Primary Elections Live Results: Key Races to Watch
See results and maps from the night's most-watched races.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Mar 19, 2024

Ohio U.S. Senate Primary Election 2024: Live Results
Get live results and maps from the 2024 Ohio primary election.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Mar 19, 2024

Ohio Primary Election Results 2024
Get live results and maps from the 2024 Ohio primary elections.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Mar 19, 2024

March 19 Live Results: Key Races to Watch
See results and maps from the night's most-watched races.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Mar 19, 2024

Primary Elections to Watch Today: Ohio Senate, Illinois House and More
The down-ballot races are the ones to pay attention to, with the presidential nominating contests already decisively clinched.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Mar 19, 2024

Why Schumer Spoke Out Against Netanyahu as Israel Wages War
In an interview in his native Brooklyn, America's highest-ranking Jewish elected official said he felt obligated to call for new leadership in Israel.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Mar 19, 2024

Congressional Republicans Block Aid to Haiti Amid Unrest
Republicans have refused to release $40 million in security assistance and questioned how it would be used and whether it could fall into the hands of the gangs stoking the upheaval.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Mar 19, 2024

Congressional Leaders Strike Deal on Final Spending Bill Ahead of Shutdown
Lawmakers resolved disputes over Department of Homeland Security funding, paving the way for an agreement. But they may still be unable to meet a Friday deadline to avert a brief partial shutdown.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Mar 19, 2024

Primaries to Watch Today: Races in Ohio, California, Illinois and More
The down-ballot races are the ones to pay attention to, with the presidential nominating contests already decisively clinched.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Mar 19, 2024

A Biden Judicial Nominee Is Facing an Islamophobic Smear Campaign. Why Is It Working?
Adeel Mangi was a judicial shoo-in for Biden. Will Democrats defend him?

Politics - U.S. Senate
Mar 17, 2024

Khanna Explains Opposition to TikTok Bill While Senators Signal Openness
The California Democrat Ro Khanna pointed to the need for a federal data privacy law, and a Democrat and a Republican in the Senate suggested sympathy for the calls to ban the app.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Mar 17, 2024

Trump Predicts ‘Blood Bath' if He Loses and Dehumanizes Migrants at Ohio Rally
In a caustic and discursive speech in Ohio, former President Donald J. Trump once again doubled down on a doomsday vision of the United States.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Mar 17, 2024

Trump Rallies in Ohio, Predicting ‘Blood Bath' if He Loses and Dehumanizing Migrants
In a caustic and discursive speech in Ohio, former President Donald J. Trump once again doubled down on a doomsday vision of the United States.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Mar 17, 2024

Trump Says Some Migrants Are ‘Not People' and Predicts a ‘Blood Bath' if He Loses
In a caustic and discursive speech in Ohio, former President Donald J. Trump once again doubled down on a doomsday vision of the United States.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Mar 16, 2024

Ohio's Republican Senate Slugfest Fuels Jitters About Trump's Candidate
The former president will appear alongside Bernie Moreno on Saturday, one potential sign that Mr. Moreno could use an 11th-hour assist.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Mar 16, 2024

Republican Senate Slugfest in Ohio Fuels Jitters About Trump's Candidate
The former president will appear alongside Bernie Moreno on Saturday, one potential sign that Mr. Moreno could use an 11th-hour assist.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Mar 15, 2024

Schumer's Critique Reveals Widening U.S.-Israel Divisions, Analysts Say
Many Israelis support the Senate majority leader's call for early elections, but even Netanyahu's rivals were reluctant to seize on the criticism while the country is focused on the war in Gaza.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Mar 15, 2024

TikTok Bill's Progress Slows in the Senate
Legislation to force TikTok's Chinese owner to sell the app or have it banned in the United States sailed through the House, but the Senate has no plans to move hastily.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Mar 15, 2024

Biden Embraces Schumer's Speech Castigating Netanyahu
President Biden did not explicitly endorse any of the specific criticisms in the speech. But his comments were the latest step in his escalating public critique of the Israeli prime minister.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Mar 15, 2024

Biden Embraces Schumer's ‘Good Speech' Castigating Netanyahu
While the president did not endorse Senator Chuck Schumer's call for new elections in Israel, his general praise of the senator's speech will be seen as a rebuke of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Mar 15, 2024

When Debuts Flop: Katie Britt Is the Latest in a Long Line of Botched Opening Acts
The Republican senator, whose State of the Union response drew savage criticism, is not the first novice lawmaker from the South to see her introductory event veer off the rails.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Mar 15, 2024

Bernie Sanders Proposes Reducing Americans' Workweek to 32 Hours
His proposal would pare down the workweek over a four-year period. The 40-hour workweek has stood as the standard in the U.S. since it became enshrined in federal law in 1940.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Mar 14, 2024

Schumer Urges New Leadership in Israel, Calling Netanyahu an Obstacle to Peace
The top Senate Democrat, the highest-ranking Jewish elected official in the United States, spoke from the Senate floor to condemn Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and call for elections to replace him.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Mar 14, 2024

Prime Minister Netanyahu Has ‘Lost His Way,' Schumer says
Senator Chuck Schumer, the majority leader, said the Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is a major obstacle to peace in the Middle East.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Mar 14, 2024

The House Vote to Force TikTok's Sale Is a Mistake
Americans know they need more privacy protections. Changing TikTok won't solve that.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Mar 14, 2024

TikTok Faces a Senate Showdown
A bill to potentially ban the video app breezed through the House, but its fate is less certain in the upper chamber as Big Tech weighs the wider implications.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Mar 14, 2024

The House Vote to Force Tik Tok's Sale Is a Mistake
How banning TikTok could backfire.

Politics - U.S. Senate
Mar 14, 2024

TikTok Turns to Creators to Fight Possible Ban
Dozens of popular figures on the app have traveled to Washington to urge lawmakers to oppose a bill that could result in the platform being blocked in the United States.

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