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Details on F.B.I. Inquiry Into Kavanaugh Draw Fire From Democrats

Nearly three years after Justice Brett M. Kavanaugh’s tumultuous confirmation to the Supreme Court, the F.B.I. has disclosed more details about its efforts to review…

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Senators and Biden Aides Struggle to Save Bipartisan Infrastructure Deal

WASHINGTON — Congressional negotiators and the Biden administration tried on Monday to salvage a nearly $600 billion bipartisan agreement to invest in roads, water pipes…

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As Virus Resurges, G.O.P. Lawmakers Allow Vaccine Skepticism to Flourish

WASHINGTON — As the coronavirus surges in their states and districts, fanned by a more contagious variant exploiting paltry vaccination rates, many congressional Republicans have…

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Mark Warner, a ‘Business Guy’ Democrat, Lands Back in the Fray

WASHINGTON — In his days as Virginia’s governor, Mark Warner had a reputation for playing rough under the boards with young Republican lawmakers on the…

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Lawmakers Grapple With Nagging Infrastructure Detail: How to Pay for It

The enforcement provision is critical to raising revenue, predicting that by increasing the I.R.S. enforcement budget by $40 billion, Congress could bring in $140 billion…

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In New Hampshire, Maggie Hassan May Face a High-Profile Fight

Mr. Sununu, whose father was a former governor and White House chief of staff and whose brother was a U.S. senator, has not tipped his…

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Can the Senate Be Saved? Ben Nelson, the Manchin of Yesteryear, Has Doubts

WASHINGTON — The senator adamantly insisted on bipartisanship. As his fellow Democrats enthusiastically embraced major priorities of the new president, he threatened to withhold his…

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Can the Senate Be Saved? Ben Nelson, the Manchin of Yesteryear, Has Doubts

WASHINGTON — The senator adamantly insisted on bipartisanship. As his fellow Democrats enthusiastically embraced major priorities of the new president, he threatened to withhold his…

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