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READ: January 6 committee letter to Rep. Kevin McCarthy

The House select committee investigating the January 6 riot is asking Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy to voluntarily provide information to the panel, a major development in the sweeping investigation, according to a new letter released Wednesday.

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Opinion: This woman could topple the French President

As France gears up for a presidential campaign amid a savage fifth coronavirus wave sweeping the country, for the first time in the nation's history, female candidates occupy three of the principal axes of the political spectrum and may hold the key to the nation's future.

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'A 50-50 Senate sucks': Dejected Dems fret over agenda failure

Anger is growing in Democratic ranks over the failure to get President Joe Biden's sweeping agenda through this year despite unified control of Congress, with their party already bracing for what could be a brutal Election Day in next November's midterms.

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5 people who are stonewalling the House January 6 committee

A growing number of key allies of former President Donald Trump are refusing to cooperate with the House select committee investigating the January 6 Capitol riot, using various tactics to skirt the panel's subpoenas and stonewall the sweeping probe.

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CNN Exclusive: Sinema won't commit to voting for Biden's sweeping social safety net expansion

Kyrsten Sinema, the influential moderate Democratic senator from Arizona, did not commit to voting for President Joe Biden's sweeping social safety net legislation in a sit-down interview with CNN on Thursday, the latest sign that Senate Democrats do not yet have the votes to pass one of the party's top legislative priorities even as leadership hopes to approve the measure before Christmas.

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It's time Congress fought for women

Friday was a historic day. The Build Back Better Act, President Joe Biden's sweeping care infrastructure and climate package, passed the US House of Representatives, marking a moment when our nation's legislators finally took an important step toward addressing the devastating consequences of consistently leaving half of the country's adults -- and many of our children -- behind.

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The likely win will only pose new questions over whether the $1.9 trillion measure can survive the Senate and give a jolt of energy to Biden's presidency

House Democrats are on the cusp of passing President Joe Biden's sweeping social spending and climate change bill after months of feuding. But the likely win on Friday will only pose new questions over whether the $1.9 trillion measure can survive the Senate and then offer the short-term jolt of political energy Biden's wobbling presidency needs.

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Senate Democrats reach agreement on prescription drug prices

Under fire for jettisoning plans to address prescription drug prices in the Democrats' sweeping spending package, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer announced Tuesday that an agreement has been reached to lower drug costs.

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