Noah Bierman is an enterprise reporter focusing on clashes between red and blue states in the Washington bureau for the Los Angeles Times. He previously covered the White House and wrote for the paper’s national desk. Before joining the newspaper in 2015, he worked for the Boston Globe in both Boston and Washington, covering Congress, politics and transportation. He has also reported on higher education, crime, politics and local government for the Miami Herald, the Palm Beach Post and the Duluth (Minn.) News-Tribune. Bierman is a native of Miami who attended Duke University.
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President Biden and House Speaker Kevin McCarthy strike an “agreement in principle” on Saturday to raise the federal government’s borrowing limit and cut some spending.
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Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis is planning to open a presidential bid this week by making the case that his state is a model conservative city-state thwarting blue states like California. But on healthcare, Florida remains behind.
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Republicans are pitching school voucher programs to combat ‘the radical woke agenda.’ But rural Texas conservatives like their public schools just the way they are.