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Opinion | How to Counter Pro-Trump Extremism
More from our inbox: To the Editor: Re “We Are Republicans With a Plea: Elect Democrats” (Opinion guest essay, Oct. 12): Miles Taylor and Christine Todd Whitman, in their laudable […]
Opinion | There’s More Than One Way to Play Dead
By Gail Collins and Bret Stephens Ms. Collins and Mr. Stephens are opinion columnists. They converse every week. Gail Collins: Bret, October is my favorite month. And now that the […]
A stopgap bill could revive transportation programs and end furloughs caused by the voting delay.
Lawmakers are readying a stopgap bill that could revive key surface transportation programs that lapsed on Thursday and bring back nearly 4,000 furloughed workers while party leaders negotiate a way […]
Democrats to Pair Spending Bill With Raising Debt Ceiling, Pressuring G.O.P.
The approach essentially dares Republicans to follow through on their threats to oppose increasing the debt limit, by coupling it with urgently needed federal spending. By Emily Cochrane WASHINGTON — […]
Opinion | There’s a Very Good Reason ‘Washington Slept Here’
These are troubling and rancorous times. Every day there seems to be another headline about the country’s ever-widening political divide. And it’s not just Democrat versus Republican. Within each party […]
Democrats Press Biden Administration to Take On Texas Abortion Law
House Democrats urged the Justice Department to prosecute anyone who tries to sue women who seek abortions. By Michael S. Schmidt Democrats and reproductive rights activists pressed the Biden administration […]
McCarthy Threatens Technology Firms That Comply With Riot Inquiry
WASHINGTON — Representative Kevin McCarthy, the House Republican leader, has threatened to retaliate against any company that complies with the congressional committee investigating the Jan. 6 riot, after the panel […]
Biden, Needing a Win, Enters a Sprint for his Economic Agenda
WASHINGTON — President Biden, his aides and his allies in Congress face a September sprint to secure a legislative victory that could define his early presidency. Democrats are racing the […]
Two more senators have tested positive for Covid-19; both are breakthrough cases.
Senator Roger Wicker, Republican of Mississippi, and Senator Angus King, independent of Maine, said on Thursday that they had tested positive for the coronavirus, adding to the number of breakthrough […]