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Biden warning for a US-UK post-Brexit trade deal
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Raab says EU ‘politicisation’ of NI issue threatens Good Friday Agreement
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Explain how lockdown prevented 14 to 29 lakh Covid cases: Anand Sharma
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JDU’s Harivansh re-elected RS Deputy Chairman: Watch what PM Modi said
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Govt Vs opposition over scrapping question hour: Who said what in Lok Sabha
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Gold smuggling case: BJP, Congress' youth wing show black flags to Minister KT Jaleel
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Congress to raise issues of unemployment, migrant crisis in Parliament: Adhir Chowdhury
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Khashoggi murder: US Congress hears calls for justice
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Watch: Scuffle among Cong leaders in Hyderabad, Covid-19 guidelines flouted
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Bihar polls: Congress says BJP politicising Sushant death, Sushil Modi responds
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GOP 'skinny' coronavirus aid bill fails in Senate
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Airline unions go to Capitol Hill to try and save their jobs
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RJD, SP and Congress protest over unemployment by lighting lamps, candles
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Shiv Sena IT Cell lodges FIR against Kangana over PoK analogy for Mumbai
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Watch: Rhea files complaint against Sushant’s sister; AIIMS team conducts test
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Gold smuggling and Bengaluru drug trafficking cases are linked, claims Kerala Opposition Leader
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Dems promise to 'keep fighting' for virus fundingDemocratic leaders promise to "keep fighting" for funding included in the Heroes Act which has languished in Congress since it was passed in May. (Sept. 17)
Ex-intelligence chief Dan Coats: Congress must create election commission so democracy can survive 2020Coats warned democracy's enemies want Americans to believe "our voting systems are faulty" and "sinister conspiracies" subvert the will of the people.
President Trump contradicts CDC director on masks and vaccines hours after he testified to CongressJust hours after CDC Director Dr. Robert Redfield testified about the importance of wearing masks and a potential vaccine timeline, President Trump openly contradicted him at a White House press..
Inquiry Ordered Into Claims Immigrants Had Unwanted Gynecology ProceduresMembers of Congress and the D.H.S. are investigating claims by a nurse and lawyers that immigrant detainees in Georgia were complaining of unwanted procedures and rough treatment.
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Coronavirus stimulus plans: What we know about the negotiations between Congress and the Trump White HouseBoth sides have been unable to reach a deal weeks after enhanced unemployment benefits and eviction protections lapsed for many Americans.
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'I was floored': Coronavirus test prices charged by some hospitals and labs stun consumers, spur questionsSome out-of-network hospitals and labs have charged thousands of dollars for routine COVID-19 tests. A Congressional committee wants answers.
‘Cuties’ Sparks a Firestorm, Again, After Its Netflix ReleaseSeveral members of Congress have weighed in on the award-winning film, including to call for its removal from Netflix or a Justice Department investigation.
Wisconsin asks unemployed residents to return $300 in jobless aid if Congress passes new reliefWisconsin is asking residents receiving an extra $300 in weekly jobless aid to pay back the money if Congress enacts new unemployment relief.
Time running out for airline workers as they look to Congress to save them from October layoffsWithout a new stimulus package, airlines say they will have to furlough thousands of workers by Oct. 1.
Amtrak Chief Pleads for Nearly $5 Billion to Survive PandemicWilliam J. Flynn, the agency’s chief executive, warned of additional cuts to Amtrak’s service and work force to “stave off bankruptcy” if Congress did not provide any additional emergency..
Congress launches probe into 'alarming pattern' of tragedies at Fort Hood military baseTwo U.S. House subcommittees have launched an investigation into "an alarming pattern of recent tragedies" at Fort Hood, including Spc. Vanessa Guillen's death.
Coronavirus Tests Are Supposed to Be Free. The Surprise Bills Come Anyway.Congress sought to ensure that patients would not face costs connected to the virus. But rules are not always being followed.
Oregon Senator Ron Wyden on “The Takeout” - 7/31/2020Oregon Senator Ron Wyden joins CBS News chief Washington correspondent Major Garrett to talk about the occupation of Portland by federal troops under President Trump’s law and order campaign promise..
Senate GOP to hold a vote on "skinny" COVID-19 relief packageAfter weeks of negotiations, Congress and the White House have failed to reach a deal on the next coronavirus relief package. Now Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConell says he will force a vote on a..
Bill would give Black WWII medic Medal of HonorWaverly B. Woodson Jr., a Black army medic who saved dozens of wounded troops on the beaches of Normandy on D-Day, deserves the Medal of Honor, said members of Congress on Tuesday as they announced..
White House and Congress reach informal deal to avert a government shutdown at end of monthNancy Pelosi and the Trump administration have come to an informal deal to avert a government shutdown, sources familiar with the discussions said.
What Democrats and Republicans will be watching for in Robert Mueller's testimony todayFormer special counsel Robert Mueller testifies before Congress in a day that's likely to be historic. CBSN political contributor and Democratic strategist Antjuan Seawright, and CBSN political..
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What does it mean if the attorney general is held in contempt of Congress?Testifying before the Senate Judiciary Committee, Attorney General William Barr defended his decision not to charge President Trump with obstruction of justice and the way he summarized, and ultimately..
First congressional loss for a Kennedy in Mass.U.S. Rep. Joe Kennedy III has become the first in his storied political family to lose a run for Congress in Massachusetts. Kennedy fell short in his bid to unseat U.S. Sen. Edward Markey in Tuesday's..
Trump administration announces nationwide eviction moratorium through end of the yearTrump's eviction moratorium was his latest effort to get a handle on the economic fallout from the coronavirus pandemic absent a deal with Congress.
Former Rep. Trey Gowdy on Trump's Kenosha visit and his new book, "Doesn't Hurt to Ask"Former Republican South Carolina Congressman Trey Gowdy joins "CBS This Morning" with his new book "Doesn't Hurt to Ask: Using the Power of Questions to Communicate, Connect, and Persuade." Gowdy uses..
Trump and Biden spar over response to protestsCBS News correspondent Nikole Killion and Washington Post reporter Eugene Scott joins CBSN's "Red and Blue" to discuss the president's upcoming trip to Kenosha amid ongoing protests against police..
Federal Government Relaxes Rules on Feeding Low-Income StudentsUnder pressure from Congress, the Agriculture Department agreed to extend special rules making it easier for schools to provide subsidized meals, but only through December.
A shift on election briefings to Congress could create an information gap for voters.The elimination of in-person election security briefings to Congress could leave the public with a diminished understanding of the threats facing the election as it enters a critical phase.
House committee to subpoena Postmaster General DeJoy for withholding documents from CongressDemocrats want documents related to delays at USPS and in election mail, plus communication between DeJoy and Trump's campaign.
In Massachusetts, Markey Outflanks Kennedy by Running as Bold InsurgentEdward Markey, 74, entered Congress before Joseph Kennedy III was born. But in their Senate race he has harnessed the energy of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and the ascendant left, much to Mr. Kennedy’s..
No More In-Person Election Briefings for Congress, Intelligence Chief SaysLawmakers in both parties worry the move will block their ability to question and test intelligence assessments when they are crucial to ensuring that foreign powers do not undermine election results.
Al Sharpton speaks at the 2020 March on WashingtonRev. Al Sharpton called on Congress to pass new voting rights protections as he addressed the crowd at the 2020 March on Washington. "We did not just come today to have a show. Demonstration without..
Black lawmakers reflect on civil rights effortsThe commemoration of the 1963 March on Washington comes as a new Civil Rights era is unfolding. Black lawmakers reflected on their experiences then, and now, as Congress recently debated legislation to..
Former Obama economist says Congress needs to "throw money" at childcareBetsey Stevenson, former chief economist for the U.S. Department of Labor, warns coronavirus' impact on childcare could last decades
Months after the CARES Act, communities still await federal homeless aidCongress rushed an aid package for the nation's homeless, but four months after the CARES Act, most of that $4 billion has not reached those in need.
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Who is Rep. Elise Stefanik? RNC speaker ranks as one of the most bipartisan lawmakers, but also a staunch Trump supporterFour years ago, Stefanik, who ranks as one of the most bi-partisan in Congress, kept her distance from Trump, saying vaguely she endorsed the "party's nominee." Now she's emerged as one of Trump's..
Who is Madison Cawthorn? RNC speaker would be youngest member of Congress if he wins in NovemberThe 25-year-old Republican has pitched himself as a conservative answer to "the Squad."
Airline Job Cuts Could Pressure Congress and Trump on StimulusAmerican Airlines said it would furlough 19,000 workers if lawmakers do not extend aid to the industry, which has been hammered by the pandemic.
'We shouldn't have to beg': Americans struggle without unemployment aid as Congress stalls on extending benefitsStocks are back at records. But not everyone is feeling the recovery as millions of out-of-work Americans suffer because of delayed unemployment aid.
Senator Tim Scott says in RNC speech: Family "went from cotton to Congress in one lifetime"As the last speaker on the first of the Republican National Convention, Senator Tim Scott of South Carolina painted a picture of American promise under President Trump. "There are millions of families..
Donald Trump Jr. blasts 'rioting, looting and vandalism,' Tim Scott offers optimistic speech on race: Takeaways from the RNCSen. Tim Scott, the GOP's sole Black senator, spoke of race and the American dream, saying his family went from "Cotton to Congress" in one lifetime.
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Congress expected to vote on $25 billion for U.S. Postal ServiceMembers of Congress are expected to return to Capitol Hill for a rare Saturday session. House Democrats are forcing a vote on their bill to provide $25 billion in emergency funding for the agency...
DeJoy Tells Senators Election Mail Will Be Delivered ‘Fully and on Time’The postmaster general, under fire for recent changes that have slowed mail delivery, defended his approach and asked Congress to help free the Postal Service from costly retirement obligations.
Here’s What to Watch as the Postmaster General Testifies Before CongressLouis DeJoy’s appearance before the Senate Homeland Security Committee will be his first congressional testimony since he suspended cost-cutting measures at the Postal Service.
Republican Senate Leader Mitch McConnell not speaking at GOP convention, his campaign saysMitch McConnell, the top Republican in Congress, won't have a speaking role at next week's RNC where Trump will formally be nominated for reelection.
Former Postal Governor Tells Congress Mnuchin Politicized Postal ServiceDavid C. Williams, who will testify before lawmakers on Thursday, also told Congress he raised concerns about Louis DeJoy ahead of his hiring.
Former Postal Governor Says He Raised Concerns About Louis DeJoyDavid C. Williams, who will testify before lawmakers on Thursday, told Congress he had suggested his fellow governors investigate the new postmaster general’s background ahead of his hiring.
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