Even as Beijing unleashes a multifront regulatory assault against consumer internet companies, it continues to shower subsidies and protection on manufacturers, writes Greg Ip.
NPR's Steve Inskeep speaks with New York state Assemblywoman Yuh-Line Niou about the state attorney general report which found that Gov. Andrew Cuomo sexually harassed multiple women.
Shontel Brown held off progressive Nina Turner to win the Democratic primary for an open U.S. House seat in Ohio's 11th Congressional District.      
Congressional Democrats are barreling toward a self-imposed August deadline to pass voting rights legislation while struggling to figure out how to break a months-long stalemate.Democrats have long argued that legislation must be passed by August in...
President Biden is attempting to thread the needle by replacing a lapsed federal eviction ban with new protections designed to keep millions of Americans from losing their homes amid surging coronavirus cases.The Centers for Disease Control and...
Elie Mystal No, the Bill of Rights does not block vaccine mandates. Neither does HIPAA. Just ask the three Republican judges who ruled that Indiana University can require students to be vaccinated. The post A Quick Reminder That Mandating Vaccines Is...
His decision is expected in the next few days. But it will ultimately be up to the president, who must grant a waiver to the Defense Department.
11 percent of unvaccinated Americans blame Trump for the new COVID-19 wave, poll finds
The bipartisan infrastructure bill unveiled Sunday night is riding a wave of momentum, but its supporters will soon face the tough job of selling it to skeptical Republican senators who are asking how much it will add to the...
Allies "see the Americans being confrontational with China and they don't believe Europe can afford to be quite so confrontational," a former U.K. diplomat says.
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