Biden Fires Andrew Saul, head of Social Security Administration


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Feinstein’s Future Could Swing on Husband’s Potential Posting Overseas


Senator Dianne Feinstein’s husband, Richard Blum, is seeking an overseas posting, which could pave the way for her to leave the Senate. She said she would “absolutely’’ serve out her term. Online-PR: … unsere digitale […]

Taking on a New Role, Susan Rice is Asserting Herself


After serving as United Nations ambassador and national security adviser in the Obama administration, she has unexpectedly ended up helping oversee domestic policy in the Biden White House.

Biden Secretly Limits Counterterrorism Drone Strikes Away From War Zones

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Requiring higher-level approval is a stopgap measure as officials review whether to tighten Trump-era targeting rules and civilian safeguards.

Garland, at Confirmation Hearing, Vows to Fight Domestic Extremism


President Biden’s nominee for attorney general told the Senate Judiciary Committee that investigating the Capitol riot would be his first priority.

Tanden’s Confirmation on Shaky Ground as More Senators Voice Opposition


Two Republican senators said they would not vote to confirm President Biden’s nominee to head the budget office, further dimming her chances to secure enough support in an evenly divided chamber.

Biden on ‘Short Leash’ as Administration Rethinks China Relations


The Biden administration is under intense pressure to maintain former President Donald J. Trump’s curbs on China, even as it tries to develop a more comprehensive and effective strategy.

Don’t Care for This Impeachment? Wait Until Next Year


Leaders of both political parties suggest that impeachments, Electoral College standoffs and Supreme Court nomination blockades may become frequent fights in American politics.

Biden Won’t Restore Bar Association’s Role in Vetting Judges

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The decision not to give the American Bar Association names of potential nominees for evaluation came after progressives criticized the group for undercutting a push for diversity.

To ‘Re-engage the World,’ Biden Looks to Win Over U.S. Diplomats First

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Some diplomats said the president’s speech was a much-needed antidote to distrust and dismissiveness at the State Department during the Trump administration.

Trump Official’s Last-Day Deal With ICE Union Ties Biden’s Hands


A whistle-blower accused Kenneth T. Cuccinelli II of an abuse of power in making sweeping concessions to pro-Trump Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents.