Kamala Harris’ central role in the White House’s first fight with the party’s left, over how hard to push for a higher minimum wage, shows the pitfalls ahead for her.
Becerra is on track to be the nation’s first Latino secretary of Health and Human Services.
Senate Democratic leaders and President Biden have agreed to more narrowly target which Americans would be eligible for a $1,400 stimulus payment.
The former president’s threat to wreak revenge in the 2022 midterm elections against Republicans who weren’t loyal to him could be a gift to Democrats.
Federal security officials testify at Senate hearing about what went wrong during Capitol riot, when pro-Trump mob stormed the building.
President Biden pulled Neera Tanden’s nomination to serve as his budget director. She didn’t have enough Senate votes to be confirmed.
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