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Daniel Bush is PBS NewsHour's Senior Political Reporter.
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Nation Jan 20In Biden’s unusual inauguration, many find optimism despite challenges ahead
In almost every way, President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris’ inauguration did not resemble the transfers of power Americans have become accustomed to.
Politics Jan 13Swift House impeachment forces Senate to chart Trump’s political fate
By moving to impeach Trump for a second time, Democrats gambled that a Senate trial wouldn’t impede efforts to confirm President-elect Joe Biden’s Cabinet nominees nor slow down his ambitious plans to bring the coronavirus pandemic under control.
Politics Jan 07How the attack on the U.S. Capitol unfolded
At first the commotion outside the Senate chamber sounded like a routine disturbance to the members inside, the kind of small-scale protest that often takes place at the Capitol. Then a Senate aide burst through a door into the chamber.
Politics Jan 06No winners yet in close Georgia Senate runoffs as vote count continues
There were no declared winners early Wednesday morning in the two Senate runoff races in Georgia , leaving control of the Senate hanging in the balance as election officials continued counting ballots and warned it may take several days to…
Jan 05Warnock would be first Black person to represent Georgia in the Senate, if elected
Raphael Warnock is seeking to become the first Black person elected to the U.S. Senate from Georgia. Just 10 Black people have been elected to the Senate, including three current members: Sens. Tim Scott, R-S.C., and Cory Booker, D-N.J., and…
Jan 05Black voters accounted for 32% of electorate in Georgia Senate runoffs
According to the early AP vote survey, Black voters accounted for 32 percent of the electorate in the Georgia runoff races, a slight increase of 3 percent from the general election in November. The white share of the electorate declined…
Politics Dec 22More than 1.6 million have already voted in Georgia Senate runoffs, on par with early voting in general election
The large early voter turnout in Georgia's Senate runoffs suggest that voters are eager to have a say in statewide races with major national implications.
World Dec 17After four years of ‘America First,’ what will U.S. foreign policy look like under Biden?
After four years of President Trump, it’s also no longer a given that most Americans want the United States to play a lead role in promoting peace and economic prosperity around the world.
Politics Dec 14What a Biden administration could mean for criminal justice reform
President-elect Joe Biden will face pressure when he takes office to make swift changes to the Department of Justice.
Nation Dec 02The challenges Biden will face on immigration reform
President-elect Joe Biden is expected to sign executive orders on immigration that would represent a clear break from the Trump administration, and could have an immediate impact on the way migrants are treated at the U.S.-Mexico border.