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Senate Republicans block voting rights bill, Democrats look to change filibuster rule
analysis
2022 is starting out to be a Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day year for Biden
David Shribman
David Shribman
analysis
Hostage-taking at Texas synagogue brings back memories of past terror
David Shribman
David Shribman
u.s. politics
U.S. Republican Party threatens to boycott presidential debate commission
analysis
Biden vows to end filibuster ahead of voting rights bills ‘that will mark a turning point’ in U.S. history
David Shribman
David Shribman
world
A year after Jan. 6 Capitol riot, top Republicans mark the day with silence, deflection
analysis
Biden’s speech both rallying cry and cry of despair over the persistence of Capitol riot divisions
David Shribman
David Shribman
analysis
In a deeply divided U.S., Americans struggle over how to commemorate Jan. 6
David Shribman
David Shribman
analysis
The COVID-19 pandemic is now defining a second United States president
David Shribman
David Shribman
analysis
Maverick Democrat Joe Manchin deals a Christmas-week blow to Biden’s Build Back Better bill
David Shribman
David Shribman
u.s. politics
U.S. Senate poised to raise debt limit by $2.5-trillion, avoiding default
analysis
Donald Trump is attempting a ‘full Nixon’ by focusing on next year’s midterms
David Shribman
David Shribman
u.s. politics
U.S. Senate passes bill that paves way for hike to debt limit
u.s. politics
Former Sen. David Perdue to take on Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp in GOP primary, per reports
analysis
Former U.S. senator Bob Dole was cranky, funny, at times mean – but a public servant above all
David Shribman
David Shribman
u.s. business
U.S. President Joe Biden doesn’t think weekend federal shutdown will happen
analysis
The holidays are not so happy if you are a Democrat
David Shribman
David Shribman
analysis
U.S. inflation is coming for Thanksgiving dinner
David Shribman
David Shribman
analysis
The GOP is overhauling its long-standing identity
David Shribman
David Shribman
world
Virginia Democrats concede defeat, say Republicans control House of Delegates
analysis
Mired in disputes, Democrats risk further election losses
David Shribman
David Shribman
analysis
Glenn Youngkin emerges victorious in high-stakes Virginia gubernatorial race, but the real winner was Trump
David Shribman
David Shribman
analysis
Political theorist David Shor’s thoughts on U.S. Democrats have caused an uproar in a fallow political season
David Shribman
David Shribman
analysis
The fight in Washington is over political preferences, not the debt ceiling
David Shribman
David Shribman
analysis
U.S. political divisions under Trump continue to fester in Americans’ response to the pandemic
David Shribman
David Shribman
opinion
Annamie Paul leaves a Green Party that can’t put goals first
Campbell Clark
Campbell Clark
analysis
The Afghanistan pullout still leaves question of who engages – and disengages – the U.S. military
David Shribman
David Shribman
world
Georgia’s GOP holds rally to mark debut of primary ‘Trump ticket’
world
U.S. House approves bill to suspend debt limit, fund government
analysis
Reaction to Biden’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate highlights U.S. division on public health versus personal freedom
David Shribman
David Shribman
analysis
Americans unite when attacked on home soil, but Biden feels the criticism that comes with a far-away war
David Shribman
David Shribman
analysis
Pullout from Afghanistan not the end of U.S. power, just another cycle of frustrated ambition
David Shribman
David Shribman
analysis
After Biden’s very, very bad week, the crises just keep on coming
David Shribman
David Shribman
analysis
In defending botched U.S. exit from Afghanistan, Biden argues that the unacceptable was unavoidable
David Shribman
David Shribman
analysis
Who is to blame for the loss in Afghanistan?
David Shribman
David Shribman