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Democrats are still trying to nail down a host of tax provisions in their Build Back Better bill, and one senator has a lot of sway.
Idan Roll, the new deputy foreign minister, described outreach efforts to HuffPost. But Israel's foreign policy and human rights records remain controversial.
Sen. Joe Manchin says he wants paid leave done on a bipartisan basis. His colleagues and advocates point to a long history of that not happening.
It could transform lives for millions of Americans. It could also vanish after six years.
“It's bullshit that we would even think about any kind of tax cut for the wealthy in this,” Rep. Tim Ryan (D-Ohio) said.
The Senate’s longest-serving Democrat is retiring after 47 years in office — the latest major retirement ahead of 2022's midterm elections.
Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.) told HuffPost of a plan to block the missile sale. Other top Democrats are pressuring Biden to end the brutal intervention in Yemen.
The Senate minority leader failed to mention his years-long campaign to strong-arm the nation's judiciary to the right.
Democrats are wasting no time calling out Republicans who voted against popular bipartisan legislation that will create new roads, bridges and railways.
Luke Warford, a former energy consultant, is running for a seat on Texas’ influential Railroad Commission.
The state of the economy is weird at the moment, and “hang tight” is a difficult political message to navigate.
One Democrat called Build Back Better “an implied endorsement of the Trump tax cuts.”
The West Virginia senator has talked a lot this year. Not everything he’s said has added up.
The 2022 midterm elections will be a big test of whether improving people's lives is effective politics.
"The Late Show" host also explained why he wasn't that upset over the results.
The Build Back Better Act may partially restore the state and local tax deduction, but Bernie Sanders wants to make sure millionaires don't benefit.
Syed would be the highest-ranking Muslim official in the Biden administration if confirmed, but GOP senators are refusing to even show up for the vote.
"It’s time for us to go to work,” said Dick Durbin, the No. 2 Democrat in the Senate.
Democrats are racing to finish their legislation even as the fate of major provisions remains uncertain.
Republican Glenn Youngkin defeated Democrat Terry McAuliffe. Here's what you need to know.