Monday, March 27, 2023

No Rest Between Censuses for Congressional Mapmakers

Social parties' once-daily redistricting battle is just ongoing, and up to 29 chairs in 14 states are already in danger of being restored.

To Small but Growing Group, This Congressional Backbencher Is a Cult Hero

Republican senator Thomas Massie may influence his party's course by grafting his unusual blend of social ideologies into its DNA.

White House Said to Consider Pushing Congress on Dealing With TikTok

The Biden administration is shifting its system by urging Congress to grant it more constitutional authority over TikTok and other technologies that could reveal...

How a Derailed Train Galvanized an Ohio Town, and Congress

Democratic rivals have banded together for a common goal due to the harmful consequences from the incident near the town of East Palestine.

What to Expect at China’s National People’s Congress as Xi Tightens Grip

Beijing may present a ideas for reviving economic growth and tightening the Communist Party's hold on power during its top legislative session.

Congress Moves to Block Investment Rule, Setting Up Veto Fight

In rebellion of a White House reject threat, the Senate voted to overturn legislation that would have allowed retirement plan professionals to take environmental...

Biden Administration Asks Congress to Reauthorize Warrantless Surveillance Law

The executive branch is portraying Area 702, the spying authority, as more than just a tool for terrorism in light of stronger political headwinds...

Plans in Congress on China and TikTok Face Hurdles After Spy Balloon Furor

With budgets tight and political knives drawn, lawmakers seeking to capitalize on a bipartisan urgency to confront China are setting their sights on narrower...

Biden Officials to Brief Leaders in Congress on Mishandled Classified Files

The disclosure won’t include sharing the specific documents that improperly accompanied top officials when they left office, which lawmakers of both parties have demanded...