- ‘I’m back’: Ex-con Blagojevich sues Illinois for right to run againon August 3, 2021
He said he hasn’t decided, however, if he will seek to run for anything if he succeeds in eliminating the legal hurdles to doing so.
- Senators introduce bill to push White House on 'Havana syndrome' investigationon August 3, 2021
As suspected directed-energy attacks against U.S. officials grow, Sens. Shaheen and Collins call for a new NSC coordinator position and medical care for the victims.
- Tennessee won't incentivize Covid shots — but pays to vax cowson August 3, 2021
Gov. Bill Lee, who grew up on his family's ranch and refers to himself as a cattle farmer in his Twitter profile, has been far less enthusiastic about incentivizing herd immunity among humans.
- Biden’s big attempt at equity in agriculture hits dead endon August 3, 2021
Court fights have stalled debt relief to amend past discrimination; now the administration has to decide how to fight for it.
- Democrats scramble for cash to cover Biden’s $3.5T planon August 3, 2021
Their list of funding source options include raising the corporate tax rate, lowering prescription drug costs and hitting super-sized retirement savings.
- Opinion | The One Way the Supreme Court’s New Conservative Majority Lived Up to Its Billingon August 3, 2021
Inconsistent and fractious on some big cases, Trump’s justices actually established a clear record of ruling against prisoners and immigrants.
- Trump raised millions but spent none of it on audits and GOP candidateson August 3, 2021
The one outside group the former president supported during the first half of 2021 was his own.
- White House back-channeling with networks on Covid coverageon August 3, 2021
The press outreach comes amid concern that alarmed coverage may harm the vaccine campaign.
- ‘It’s Been Hard Opposing Barack Obama’on August 3, 2021
As the Obama Foundation prepares to break ground, a group of local activists continues to put up a legal fight.
- Letter: Trump legal team not trying to block testimony of former DOJ officialson August 3, 2021
The Biden Justice Department issued a recent memo making clear it would not stand in the way of Congress seeking testimony from its predecessor’s DOJ.
- Biden’s bipartisan win leaves progressives thirsting for moreon August 3, 2021
The sprawling bill tackles a range of items on Congress’ wish list, including transit, broadband, climate change, clean water, cybersecurity and payments to drugmakers.
- Labor official recommends scrapping failed Amazon union election, union sayson August 2, 2021
Both the company and the union will have time to respond to the filings before a final decision is issued, a process that could span several weeks.
- Jenner campaign in debt as California recall hits homestretchon August 2, 2021
OAKLAND — Caitlyn Jenner’s gubernatorial campaign has piled up debt, filings show, as the celebrity and former Olympian struggles to make headway in California’s recall race. From the launch of Jenner’s candidacy through the end of July, the campaign raised about $747,000 and spent some […]
- Biden taps lawyer to help rescind Trump immigration policyon August 2, 2021
The president's allies have been frustrated by the delay in hiring an official focused on immigration at the Justice Department.
- Schumer weaponizes August recess to advance Biden agendaon August 2, 2021
The majority leader knows senators' desires to leave the capital in August will drive quicker action on two major bills.