Joe Biden's Pick for Ambassador to China Takes Hard Line on Beijing
Sinema's giant flip-flop: She once campaigned on issues she now wants dropped from Biden’s plan
Sinema now pushing to save Trump’s tax cuts, after calling for corporations and the rich to “pay their fair share”
Michigan legislature passes law allowing private sector to directly fund students
Michigan's Republican controlled House and Senate passed a bill to create what they call Student Opportunity Scholarships.
How the European Union is struggling to contain its 'illiberal' democracies
A battle is raging at the heart of the European Union over accusations that its two most right-wing governments are subverting democratic principles and
Chicago police union takes fight against vaccine mandate to court
A battle pitting the mayor of Chicago and the superintendent of the police department against some officers defying a vaccine mandate heads to a courtroom on Wednesday.
What We Have Lost
In three distinct and different places, a similar sense of loss—of liberal values, of freedom, of hope—is overwhelming.
10 Things in Politics: Dems stall on voting rights
Letters to the Editor: No, California isn't trying to put swordfish fishermen out of business
A fraught linkage: US-China trade policy and the US-EU Trade and Technology Council
‘She Didn’t Run Away, Someone Took Her,’ Cops Tell Mom of Missing 4-Year-Old
The Daily Beast
Bannon eyed as key link between White House, Jan. 6 riot
Parents sold their home to travel the UK in a caravan
First Thing: Human remains found in search for Brian Laundrie
Protest at Netflix Over Dave Chappelle Special: What’s Next
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QuickTake on iPhone: What the iOS 15 feature can do and how to use it
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Boris Johnson's government accused of being 'willfully negligent' as UK Covid cases mount
EU summit to load pressure on Poland over rule of law