In This Strange Election Year, Foreign Embassies Find Little Access to Democrats
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Iran mourns slain nuclear scientist
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President Trump's war on immigration takes on political overtone at Supreme CourtThe president is seeking to exclude undocumented immigrants from census calculations used to apportion House seats, electoral votes and federal funds.
Make America incompetent again? Trump wants to ruin our merit-based federal jobs system.Trump wants to bring back a corrupt system of political patronage. Congress and Joe Biden must undo this attack on the capability of our government.
Biden has white men to thank for putting him in the White HouseWhile Trump made surprising gains in other demographics, Biden made unexpected gains among white male voters in the election. Here is how he keeps them.
All the memoirs penned by former US First Ladies: from 'Becoming' to 'What Happened'She hasn’t left the White House just yet, but rumour has it that First Lady Melania Trump may have plans to pen a tell-all memoir about her time in Washington,..
What explains Trump’s popularityUS President Trump’s disastrous mishandling of the coronavirus pandemic probably cost him re-election. Yet it seems mind-boggling that he still won more votes..
Trump loses another election court challengePennsylvania's Supreme Court has dismissed a lower court’s order that was preventing the state from certifying dozens of contests from the disputed November 3..
How Trump's unverified voter fraud claims are impacting Georgia's Senate runoffThe January 5th Senate runoff in Georgia could determine which party controls the Senate in the Biden administration. As President Trump continues to launch..
Wisconsin county recount boosts Biden's margin
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Arizona Settles In to Life as a ‘Magenta’ StateDemocrats made historic inroads. But it’s a deeply divided place, and some say a “blood bath” is on the horizon in 2022.
Politics updates: Ex-US military chief fears Iran scientists' assassination hurts Biden's diplomatic hopesRetired senior military officials Michael Mullen and William McRaven worry the assassination of an Iranian nuclear scientist will heighten tensions.
Progressives are pushing for a bold Biden agenda. They might have to work around Congress to do it.As control in the Senate is in limbo, progressives are focusing on Biden's Cabinet appointments to make the most impact for their policies.
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