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The Supreme Court’s Newest Justices Produce Some Unexpected Results

Justice Alito was aghast. “Today’s decision is the third installment in our epic Affordable Care Act trilogy, and it follows the same pattern as installments…

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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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Democrats Float $6 Trillion Plan Amid Talks on Narrower Infrastructure Deal

WASHINGTON — Senate Democrats have begun privately weighing a sprawling economic package that could be as large as $6 trillion even as a bipartisan group…

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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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Is This the Big Tech Breakup We’ve Been Waiting For?

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Hopes Fade for Imminent Federal Deal on College Athletes, Pressuring N.C.A.A.

Without the federal law it has craved before July 1, the N.C.A.A. will have just a handful of options, none of them particularly appealing to…

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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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