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Assam CM Sonowal pays last respects to Tarun Gogoi in Guwahati
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Need to spread love, not fear: KTS Tulsi on 'Love-Jihad' law
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Guatemala: Hundreds of protesters storm Congress building
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‘To revive Congress…’: Ghulam Nabi Azad on elections within party, leadership
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Congress is on its lowest in last 72 years: GN Azad
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BJP going to repeat Dubbaka bypoll win in Hyderabad: Prakash Javadekar
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'Congress has double standards on Gupkar Alliance': Manohar Lal Khattar
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Guatemala protesters torch Congress as simmering anger boils over
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Watch: Amit Shah challenges DMK, Cong for debate over development in Tamil Nadu
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Congress has double standards on Gupkar Alliance: CM Manohar Lal Khattar
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Amit Shah challenges DMK, Congress for debate over development in Tamil Nadu
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Congress has few days left in D.C. this year and it could mean higher bills for you come January
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'Congress has no mai-baap': Arvind Kejriwal's jibe after Bihar polls #HTLS2020
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12 Million People Will Lose Jobless Benefits the Day After Christmas, Study Says
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Chief Of Staff Meadows: Shutdown May Be Unavoidable
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Governor: Stimulus provides more "freedom" for possible lockdownDemocrats and Republicans in Congress have been at a stalemate for months over a new stimulus package.
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From extended jobless benefits to student loan reprieve, COVID-19 relief set to fade at year's endCOVID-19 federal relief programs are set to expire at year's end if Congress and President Trump don't renew them. Jobless aid and an eviction ban are among the provisions going away.
Running list: Which members of Congress have tested positive for COVID-19?At least 33 members of Congress have tested positive for COVID-19 or been diagnosed with it as the nation continues to grapple with the pandemic.
'It's a big, scary mess': 12 million Americans to lose jobless aid after Christmas if Congress fails to actMillions of Americans may suddenly be cut off from their jobless benefits the day after Christmas if Congress fails to extend relief programs soon.
A Push Emerges for the First Native American Interior SecretaryAn expanding coalition of Native Americans, liberal activists and Democrats in Congress are demanding an American Indian Interior secretary, and they want Deb Haaland.
AP Top Stories November 20 PHere's the latest for Friday November 20th: Biden wants Congress to pass emergency COVID aid; Trump meets Michigan GOP leaders, hopes to change election; WH disputes concerns about getting vaccine out;..
Famed chef says COVID could cause "extinction" of many restaurantsTom Colicchio is urging Congress to pass the bipartisan RESTAURANTS Act to aid the food service industry.
'You've got to have trust.' The strategy Joe Biden hopes will lead to agreement in a post-Trump eraPresident-elect Biden hopes the reputation he has as a deal maker will help him push an agenda in Congress. But skepticism about that outcome is high.
Key COVID relief programs set to expire without deal on new billPrograms intended to help people who have lost their jobs are set to expire unless Congress reaches a deal.
House Democrat says Congress has few options to help Biden's transition to powerMore than a week after President-elect Joe Biden was projected to win the 2020 election, Democratic lawmakers are still pushing the federal government to provide resources, office space and funding to..
To prevent a future transition mess, Congress should fix the lawWe are in the midst of a messy presidential transition, partially due to the vagueness of the law. It's time to amend the statute.
6 lawmakers in 5 days: New COVID-19 infections put spotlight on Congress' loose guidelinesThe batch of new infections has thrust a spotlight on Congress' efforts to curtail the pandemic both across the nation and inside its own walls on Capitol Hill.
As Grassley Tests Positive for Coronavirus, Virus Threatens to Stall Work in CongressTwo of the oldest members of Congress, Senator Charles E. Grassley of Iowa and Representative Don Young of Alaska, now have the virus, underscoring the risks on Capitol Hill.
Biden hiring White House staff members as he presses on with transitionPresident-elect Joe Biden is set to announce more White House staff members today as he presses ahead with his transition. He's also urging Congress to pass more economic stimulus as he criticizes..
Today in History for November 17thHighlights of this day in history: President Richard Nixon says 'I am not a crook'; Elizabeth I becomes Queen of England; Suez Canal opens; Congress holds first DC session; Sculptor Auguste Rodin dies;..
President-elect Joe Biden says COVID must be under control for the economy to recoverWashington Post economics correspondent Heather Long joined "Red and Blue" to break down the plans President-elect Joe Biden outlined in his economic address Monday, including a potential COVID-19 aid..
Speaking on the economy, Biden says ‘we can deliver immediate relief’ and calls on Congress to act quickly.
COVID, COVID and COVID: Top 10 ways Joe Biden can lead on health care, and why he shouldBiden can be effective on health care even without complete control of Congress. And that will help America bounce back more quickly in other ways.
Black Lives Matter Meets QAnon as Newest Members of Congress ArriveThe freshman class of the 117th Congress, featuring a new crop of conservative women and an ascendant left, is attending an unusual pandemic-era orientation.
'CDC is putting American lives at risk': Members of Congress call for CDC to reinstate cruise 'no-sail' orderTwo members of Congress are calling for the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to reinstate its cruise "no-sail" order.
Van Duyne Wins Texas House Seat, in Another Lost Chance for DemocratsBeth Van Duyne’s victory in a suburban Dallas district helped hold a crucial Republican seat as her party fought to add to its numbers in Congress.
Republicans add record number of women to CongressThirty-two Republican women will join the next Congress, surpassing the record of 30 Republican women sent in 2006.
Invalidate entire Affordable Care ActOpposing View: The Supreme Court should respect Congress' finding that the individual mandate is 'essential' to the ACA and hold the law invalid.
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President-elect Joe Biden faces deep partisan divide in CongressOne of President-elect Joe Biden's biggest challenges will be to start repairing the relationship between Democrats and Republicans in Congress. He'll also have to work hard to bring moderate and..
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With Van Drew’s victory in New Jersey, 2021 will be the rare year since 1946 without a Kennedy in Congress.
Pelosi: A voting and ethics measure is ‘first on the agenda’ of the new Congress.
11/5: Red and BlueSeveral states remain too close to call; The balance of power in Congress going forward
Balance of power beginning to take shape in WashingtonMuch of the focus has been on the outcome of the presidential race, but down ballot races for Congress are just as important for the balance of power in Washington. Siobhan Hughes, a congressional..
Women are making gains toward 'equal representation' in Congress: They'll represent about 30% of all seats in 2021At least 131 women have been elected so far to serve in country's 117th Congress, according to the Center for American Women and Politics at Rutgers.
Congresswoman-elect Nancy Mace on unseating Democratic Representative Joe Cunningham in South CarolinaState Representative Nancy Mace has defeated Democratic incumbent U.S. Representative Joe Cunningham in South Carolina's 1st Congressional District race. Mace is the first Republican woman from South..
A Groundbreaking Election for Women in Congress? Kind of.Women made significant but slight gains, still representing under a quarter of seats in the House and the Senate.
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Ritchie Torres becomes first openly gay Black member of CongressIf Democrat Mondaire Jones wins his New York race, he will join Torres as one of two openly gay Black members of Congress.
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Two New York progressives have become the first openly gay Black people elected to Congress.
Madison Cawthorn is 1st person born in the '90s elected to CongressThe 25-year-old North Carolina Republican is the youngest member elected to Congress in modern history.
Democrats, Republicans make history in 2020 Congressional electionsAs Americans eagerly await the results of the presidential election, local races all around the country are bringing historic results that would shape the next Congress. Democrat Mondaire Jones made..
Madison Cawthorn Becomes Youngest Member of Congress Since 1797Madison Cawthorn is only 25 years old, but that didn't stop him from being elected to represent North Carolina's 11th Congressional District ... making him the youngest member of the House in modern..
Stephanie Bice Ousts Kendra Horn, Giving Republicans a Key House VictoryThe Republican state senator toppled the lone Democrat representing Oklahoma in Congress, offering her party a pickup as it sought to build its numbers in the House.
QAnon Supporter Marjorie Taylor Greene Is Headed to CongressMarjorie Taylor Greene’s victory in Georgia underscores an uncomfortable truth for Republicans: The 2020 election brought QAnon into their party.
Republican Madison Cawthorn reacts to becoming youngest member of Congress: 'Cry more, lib.'The 25-year-old Republican reacted to his victory in a tweet: "Cry more, lib."
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