What Florida’s new ‘riot’ law reveals about the political moment

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On Thursday, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) signed into law a bill aimed at strictly constraining protests in the state. Among its provisions...

Biden administration says it ‘strongly supports’ making D.C. the 51st state

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“For far too long, the more than 700,000 people of Washington, D.C. have been deprived of full representation in the U.S. Congress,” the...

Trump’s unsurprising assessment of Putin: ’I liked him. He liked me.’

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Before November, though, one might have used a similar term to describe the central falsehood of Trump’s presidency to that point: his insistence...

Marjorie Taylor Greene and the implosion of the America First Caucus

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Boehner describes a situation in which he was largely powerless to contain members, who could just go on Fox News and turn him...

DHS watchdog declined to pursue investigations into Secret Service during Trump administration, documents show

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Joseph Cuffari, the Department of Homeland Security’s inspector general, rejected his staff’s recommendation to investigate what role the Secret Service played in the...

Live updates: Biden to meet with Hispanic lawmakers, virtually tour S.C. plant that makes...

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Three months into Biden’s presidency, the Senate on Tuesday is poised to confirm Lisa Monaco as deputy attorney general, the No. 2 position...

What to do about whataboutism in politics

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It’s near-ubiquitous today, particularly among conservatives who have long complained of media unfairness. Few arguments are as appealing in those efforts as whataboutism,...

Yes, the House can vote on expanding the Supreme Court

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Axne is a second-term congresswoman from a competitive district in the Midwest. In other words, she is just the kind of politician for...

Mondale lost the presidency but permanently changed the office of vice presidency

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It was Mondale’s political misfortune to run against Reagan. After weathering a deep recession, Reagan sought reelection during a time of rising economic...

Walter F. Mondale, Carter’s vice president who lost White House bid, dies at 93

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Mr. Mondale was a major player on the national political stage for two decades, beginning in 1964, when he was appointed to the...
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