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May 04 2020
If Congress returns too soon and lawmakers contract coronavirus, leaders could face backlash for not keeping members safe. But if Congress doesn’t get back to business, leaders could take heat for sitting on the sidelines in the middle of a crisis. Those are the competing pressures that the Senate and House are under as they make decisions about when — and how — to reopen.
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Sep 29 2017
The GOP has no idea how to integrate Trump’s populism into the traditional Republican agenda.Rich Lowry
Feb 12 2017
It’s hard to imagine that Melissa McCarthy’s devastating Sean Spicer impersonation happened merely a week ago, but the S.N.L. appearance kicked off a week of apparent hell for Donald Trump’s press secretary. Though sources told Vanity Fair that Spicer himself loved the impression, Trump reportedly was infuriated that the sketch comedy show chose a woman to portray the spokesman, and theVanity Fair
Jun 11 2021
Perspectives BlogFrom the Center
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Kamala Harris has always understood the power of a good sound bite.
During a Democratic primary debate last year, she captured headlines by putting Joe Biden on the defensive during an exchange over mandatory school busing, when she personalized her argument by saying “And that little girl was me.”
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Apr 07 2018
The White House downplayed the huge drop in the stock market Friday, saying President Trump’s tough trade policy for China would pay off in the long term.Washington Times
Mar 21 2019
Remember when President Donald Trump was the candidate who wanted to blow things up? Or when Medicare for all or the Green New Deal counted as bold policy prescriptions?
The Democrats running for president are debating and endorsing a staggering array of proposals that would rewrite aspects of the Constitution and longstanding rules and traditions of lawmaking.
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Nov 09 2019
5 takeaways from the impeachment inquiry testimony of Fiona Hill, former White House adviser on Russia
Fiona Hill, former National Security Council senior director for Europe and Russia, testified that former National Security Adviser John Bolton was concerned about the push to solicit help from Ukraine, according to a transcript from her impeachment inquiry deposition released Friday.
Hill added to the account emerging from testimony that President Donald Trump's personal attorney, RudyUSA TODAY
Mar 10 2019
U.S. Secretary of the Air Force Heather Wilson said in a letter to President Trump that she plans to resign from her post effective in late May. Wilson has been named as the sole finalist to be the next president of the University of Texas at El Paso, a position that the system's regents will vote on after a state-required waiting period of 21 days. She said she will resign after getting theNPR (Online News)
Sep 30 2019
Republican congressman Chris Collins, one of the first members of Congress to throw his support behind President Trump, reportedly resigned his congressional seat Monday a day before he is expected to plead guilty to insider-trading charges he had previously vowed to fight.
Collins, 69, is accused of working with his son, Cameron Collins, to avoid more than $700,000 in losses usingNational Review (News)
Jun 26 2019
Can six minutes of fast talk on a crowded stage ignite a presidential campaign?
Twenty Democratic contenders hope so.
The first chapter of the Democratic presidential contest has had an everybody-in-the-pool spirit: Seven senators and five representatives and two governors and three mayors and even a self-help author announced bids for the nomination to challenge President DonaldUSA TODAY