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Katie Hobbs and Kyrsten Sinema Illustrate a Voting Rights Divide

PHOENIX — The political fortunes of Katie Hobbs, the Arizona secretary of state, have risen unlike any other Democrat in the country in the tumultuous…

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Joe Manchin and the Magic 50th Vote for Democrats’ Voting Rights Bill

Democrats and progressive activists who have been working for months on a sweeping voting rights bill quickly embraced on Thursday a new, far narrower plan…

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As Wars Wind Down, Congress Revisits Presidential Powers

Many Republicans — and some Democrats — are likely to resist. “We want to keep the 2001 one,” said Senator James M. Inhofe of Oklahoma,…

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For Republicans, ‘Crisis’ Is the Message as the Outrage Machine Ramps Up

Last week, the target of Republican outrage was Ms. Omar, after a tweet she posted that appeared to equate the actions of Israel and the…

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Senate Confirms Top Biden Judge as McConnell Threatens Future Nominees

The Senate confirmed Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson on Monday to the influential U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit, giving President Biden…

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In Congress, Republicans Shrug at Warnings of Democracy in Peril

WASHINGTON — Senator Christopher S. Murphy concedes that political rhetoric in the nation’s capital can sometimes stray into hysteria, but when it comes to the…

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