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January 21, 2022
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Sedition Charges, Voting Rights and COVID Confusion

January 14, 2022
This week, 11 members of the Oath Keepers, including founder Stewart Rhodes, were charged with seditious conspiracy for their involvement with the Jan. 6 riot.

A Conversation with Newsroom Decision Makers

December 31, 2021
Four of Washington’s top editors joined the panel to discuss the challenges of reporting.
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A Conversation With the Women Running Washington Newsrooms:

December 30, 2021
Katelyn Fossett | POLITICO
Four of the largest newsrooms in D.C.—the Washington Post, POLITICO, the New York Times’ Washington Bureau and Vox—are run by women.
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Politics Was Supposed to Return to Normal in 2021. What Happened?

December 30, 2021
Gerald F. Seib | The Wall Street Journal
Neither party is strong enough to impose its will, while ideological polarization has made compromise nearly impossible
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Pres. Biden’s First Year in Review

December 30, 2021
David Chalian | CNN
CNN Political Director David Chalian reviews how the President handled the ongoing pandemic, record levels of inflation, legislative obstacles, foreign affairs and the continued attack on democracy during his first year in office.

Omicron Spike and The Fight Over Build Back Better

December 24, 2021
This week as Omicron spiked, President Biden sought to reassure the country and announced new actions to protect Americans.
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