– Data Covid-19 USA – The powerful political action committee said the Arizona senator could find herself “standing alone” in 2024 if she refuses to change Senate rules to force through voting rights legislation.
– Data Covid-19 USA – Democrats already were expecting a rough election year. But their struggle to advance priorities has some calling for a course correction.
Mehmet Oz is a quasi-religious leader, one who has set up his revival tent between a yoga studio and an urgent-care clinic, with the television cameras rolling.
The celebrity physician, a candidate in Pennsylvania’s Republican primary for Senate, has a long history of dispensing dubious medical advice on his daytime show and on Fox News.
Senator Mitch McConnell, the Republican leader, says Democratic outrage over Senator Joe Manchin’s opposition to sweeping policy bills shows he is not welcome in his party any longer.
The G.O.P. experienced hopeful times before — only to have the moment pass.
Why is it that progressives are always blamed when moderates lose?
Former Senator David Perdue, encouraged by Donald Trump, is challenging Gov. Brian Kemp, a fellow Republican who defied the former president.
Mr. Dole, a son of the Kansas prairie who was left for dead on a World War II battlefield, became one of the longest-serving Republican leaders.
Both sides anticipate that a Supreme Court decision scaling back abortion rights would roil next year’s elections, with Democrats sensing an advantage.
The monumental scale of the Build Back Better plan raises a difficult question: Is a fleeting and narrow majority enough for making history?
- How Virginia schools used COVID mask mandates to… Julie Gunlock, director of the Independent Women's Network, sits down with Ben Domenech for “The Ben Domenech Podcast” to discuss liberal politics in Virginia's school leadership and reaction to new Gov. Glenn Youngkin's executive order on COVID mask mandates.