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By John Yang, Winston Wilde, Claire Mufson
Debt limit talks between the White House and House Republicans stopped, started and stopped again heading into a weekend where President Joe Biden and world leaders watched from afar, hoping high-stakes negotiations would make progress on avoiding a potentially catastrophic…
By Kevin Freking, Associated Press
More than a half million of the poorest Americans could be left without health insurance under legislation passed by House Republicans that would require people to work in exchange for health care coverage through Medicaid. Here's a look at the proposal and…
By Amanda Seitz, Associated Press
The legislation would sharply increase domestic production of oil, natural gas and coal, and ease permitting restrictions that delay pipelines, refineries and other projects.
By Matthew Daly, Associated Press
Lawmakers from both sides of the aisle face an uphill battle trying to convince the public that China could use TikTok as a weapon against the American people. But many users on the platform are concerned — and angered —…
By Haleluya Hadero, Associated Press
By Amna Nawaz, Lisa Desjardins, Kyle Midura, Tess Conciatori, Ian Couzens
The U.S. House has passed a bill that Republicans say protects parents’ rights in school districts, but opponents call it a dangerous move in a culture war. Lisa Desjardins has more on what the bill entails, and speaks with education…
The Republican-controlled House has voted to block oil from the country's emergency stockpile from going to China.
By John Yang, Kaisha Young, Harry Zahn
After four days of defeats, Republican Kevin McCarthy was finally elected as Speaker of the House on the 15th vote, the most attempts since before the Civil War. His dramatic victory came after a series of concessions that will give…
When the new Congress convenes on Tuesday, one of the first orders of business in the House will be selecting a new speaker. Normally, the role goes to the leader of the majority party, but House Republican leader Kevin McCarthy…
A $1.7 trillion spending bill financing federal agencies through September and providing more aid to a devastated Ukraine cleared the House on Friday as lawmakers race to finish their work for the year and avoid a partial government shutdown.
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