Saturday, June 19, 2021

Justice Dept. to Tighten Rules on Seizing Congressional Data

Attorney General Merrick B. Garland is meeting on Monday with leaders from three news organizations that were targeted by the Trump Justice Department.Tom Brenner...

In Congress, Republicans Shrug at Warnings of Democracy in Peril

Because G. O. P. legislatures move to curtail voting guidelines, congressional Democrats say authoritarianism looms, but Republicans write off the concerns as national...

Policing Reform Negotiations Sputter in Congress Amid Partisan Bickering

Just like a bipartisan deal has been supposed to be emerging, a new offer has sown discontent amongst Republicans and Democrats plus divided...

After Report on Tax Payments of Richest Americans, Congress Rethinks the Code

“My intention as the writer of the 2017 tax change was not that multibillionaires want...

ProPublica Report Has Congress Rethinking How to Tax Superrich

A written report showing that the richest Us citizens, including Jeff Bezos, Elon Musk and Warren Buffett, pay almost no taxes provides refocused...

Biden, Congress and the Free Press

If the First Amendment’s guarantee of a free push means anything, it has in order to mean that...

In Mexico Election, López Obrador’s Grip on Congress Slips

Early results of midterm elections suggested that Andrés Manuel López Obrador’s coalition would not keep the supermajority necessary to push...

Yellen Won a Global Tax Deal. Now She Must Sell It to Congress.

The Treasury admin worked with finance ministers in the G7 to win assistance for a global minimum taxes. But selling...

Congress Needs to Defend Vote Counting, Not Just Vote Casting

Republican-controlled state legislatures are whittling away in the integrity of electoral democracy in the United States, rushing to...

Will Congress Abandon America’s Seniors?

As negotiations work on between the White Home and Senate Republicans, the particular prospects for a big, vibrant...
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