Friday, June 18, 2021
WASHINGTON — A bipartisan group of 10 senators said Thursday that they had reached a tentative infrastructure deal, but skepticism from Republicans and impatience from Democrats left its prospects uncertain as lawmakers departed for the weekend. "We are discussing our...
McLEAN, Va. — Terry McAuliffe’s comeback bid aced its first test Tuesday, as the former Virginia governor cruised to victory in the state's Democratic gubernatorial primary. He easily defeated his two main rivals, former state Del. Jennifer Carroll Foy and...
It appears that Benjamin Netanyahu is finally on his way out as Israel’s prime minister. With just minutes to spare ahead of a midnight deadline on Wednesday, opposition leader Yair Lapid notified Israel’s president that he had formed a...
It's time to sound the inflation alarm inside the White House. From used cars and gasoline to lumber and food, prices are surging. The return of inflation, after a decades-long absence, is squeezing families and businesses recovering from the pandemic. In...
More On: chicago Chicago’s mayor refuses to give interviews to white reporters Lollapalooza will be back at full capacity as Chicago’s COVID rates decline Dramatic video shows cat jump to safety from burning Chicago apartment Meow or never: City...
Foreign Policy As the conflict claims more lives, the words U.S. officials use are telling.
white house The White House's reaction to unexpected jobs and price data has opened the administration up to GOP attacks.
Congress Her win is the culmination of a fast-paced effort by GOP leaders to remove Rep. Liz Cheney, who was the party's highest-ranking woman and a frequent Trump critic. By OLIVIA BEAVERS and MELANIE ZANONA 05/14/2021 09:29 AM EDT Updated: 05/14/2021 01:49 PM...
Investors are waiting for the final results of parliamentary elections in Scotland that could spark radical changes to the political and economic landscape of the United Kingdom. A decisive victory from Nicola Sturgeon's Scottish National Party, which wants to break...
Atlanta Democratic Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms said Thursday that she will not seek re-election this fall. In a letter, the first-term Democrat confirmed news she had shared in a call with staff and allies that was first reported by the...

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