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Summer Lee could be the latest addition to the Squad

Carrick Flynn may be 2022’s unlikeliest candidate. Here’s why he’s running.

The Senate’s doomed vote on abortion rights, explained

2 winners and 2 losers from the Nebraska and West Virginia primaries

The House will allow staffers to unionize. Here’s how it will work.

Does Democrats’ support for unions extend to their own employees?

Biden can’t do much about abortion rights, but here’s what he could try

4 winners and 2 losers from the Ohio and Indiana primaries

What happens next if the Supreme Court strikes down Roe

4 themes to watch in the Ohio and Indiana primaries

Why a Democratic Senate majority still matters ⁠— even if they lose the House

Congress’s packed to-do list, briefly explained

How Democrats learned to stop worrying and love the gerrymander

What Congress’s sanctions on Russia would do

The US’s first Black woman senator on what Ketanji Brown Jackson brings to the Supreme Court

The next steps for Ketanji Brown Jackson’s nomination, briefly explained

Congress is cutting corners on Covid-19 funding. We may pay for it later.

Can executive actions save Democrats in the midterms?

The Republican Party is still fractured on criminal justice reform

What Biden is really saying in his new budget

What we actually learned from Ketanji Brown Jackson’s confirmation hearing

Republicans made Ketanji Brown Jackson’s confirmation hearing about Brett Kavanaugh

Ketanji Brown Jackson’s confirmation hearing will be a forum for political attacks

What’s in Congress’s $1.5 trillion appropriations bill

Congress wants to economically isolate Russia even more

Calls for a new global unity and an old domestic agenda

Inflation could cost Democrats control of Congress

Why the Senate took a doomed vote on abortion rights

A Texas race could tell Democrats two important things about the 2022 midterms

One thing Democrats and Republicans agree on: “crippling” sanctions on Russia

How Congress’s dependence on short-term funding keeps us stuck in the past

Congress’s short-term funding bills are a terrible way to govern

Why there’s been a surge of bipartisan activity in Congress

There’s finally momentum to stop stock trading in Congress

Liz Cheney’s censure underscores Republican loyalties to Trump 

Democrats have precedent for a speedy Supreme Court confirmation

Democrats have had enough of Sen. Kyrsten Sinema’s obstruction

What Congress’s new election reform idea leaves out

Democrats’ failure on filibuster reform will haunt them

Kyrsten Sinema’s opposition to filibuster reform rests on a myth