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Biden Lets Eviction Moratorium Expire, Calls on Congress to Act With Just Two Days Left

The Supreme Court said it would not allow the ban to be extended, but advocates say Biden failed to use other tools at his disposal.

17 Republicans Join Democrats to Pass Bipartisan Infrastructure Deal Despite Trump’s Threats

The bipartisan deal advanced but many obstacles remain.

Ousted Oregon Republican Lawmaker Pleads Guilty to Letting Armed Protesters Into State Capitol

Nearman was caught on video planning to allow his supporters into the building.

Trump-Backed Republican Favorite Loses Texas Special Election to Replace Husband Who Died of Covid

Trump held virtual town halls and recorded a robo-call to boost Susan Wright but it was not enough.

January 6 Committee Hearings Begin With Emotional Testimony From Capitol Police Officers

"I could feel myself losing oxygen and recall thinking to myself, 'This is how I'm going to die,'" said Capitol Police Sgt. Aquilino Gonell.

Biden Adviser’s Brother Lobbied White House On Behalf of GM

Jeff Ricchetti lobbied the National Security Council on issues related to China.

Pelosi Adds GOP Rep. Adam Kinzinger to Capitol Riot Committee After Kevin McCarthy’s Boycott

Republicans are calling for leadership to punish members who agreed to join the panel.

Mississippi Files Brief Asking Supreme Court to Overturn Roe v. Wade

The state previously said the court did not need to reverse Roe to uphold its abortion restrictions. Now it wants to go further.

Chicago Approves New Civilian Police Oversight Board After Years of Public Pressure

The commission will be made up of three elected civilians from each of the city's 22 police districts.

New York City to Require Vaccines or Weekly Testing for Health Workers

More cities are implementing vaccine requirements for public sector workers.

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