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US may exhaust funds by 18 October unless debt limit raised, warns treasury secretary Janet Yellen
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US may exhaust funds by 18 October unless debt limit raised, warns treasury secretary Janet Yellen

Republicans in the US Senate have stubbornly refused to support an increase or suspension of the debt ceiling, despite having pressed for it under Donald Trump

Top Pentagon leaders to face tough questions from Congress on Afghan pullout decision
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Top Pentagon leaders to face tough questions from Congress on Afghan pullout decision

Republicans have intensified their attacks on President Joe Biden's decision to pull all troops out of Afghanistan, saying it left the US more vulnerable to terrorism

Joe Biden endorses COVID-19 booster shots, says they will be available to adults from next month
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Joe Biden endorses COVID-19 booster shots, says they will be available to adults from next month

Stressing this was "no time to let our guard down," Biden urged every American 18 and older to get a booster eight months after becoming fully vaccinated

In Donald Trump's recasting of 6 January insurrection, attackers become martyrs and heroes
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In Donald Trump's recasting of 6 January insurrection, attackers become martyrs and heroes

The fact inversion about the siege is the latest in Trump's contorted oeuvre of the 'big lie' compendium, the most specious of which is that the election was stolen from him, when it was not

Explainer: As critical race theory divides US schools, decoding the concept, and why some find it 'objectionable'
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Explainer: As critical race theory divides US schools, decoding the concept, and why some find it 'objectionable'

The concept known as critical race theory is the new lightning rod of the GOP. But what exactly is it?

In a new initiative by Gannett, people with opposing political views come together to find common ground
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In a new initiative by Gannett, people with opposing political views come together to find common ground

The idea in these polarizing times is that if enough people start talking, they’ll find common ground or at least realize that they don’t need to be in warring camps because they vote for different people, said Mizell Stewart, Gannett’s vice president of news performance, talent and partnerships.

'A tremendous complication': Donald Trump's lingering presence in politics fuels tensions among Republicans
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'A tremendous complication': Donald Trump's lingering presence in politics fuels tensions among Republicans

The former president’s insistence on leading the party 'affects every member,' a veteran Republican fundraiser said

US Senate narrowly approves $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief bill; final congressional nod now awaited
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US Senate narrowly approves $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief bill; final congressional nod now awaited

The huge measure — its total spending is nearly one-tenth the size of the entire US economy — is Biden's biggest early priority

Donald Trump impeachment: Ex-US president claims victory, but this was an escape and not an exoneration
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Donald Trump impeachment: Ex-US president claims victory, but this was an escape and not an exoneration

Seven Senate Republicans voted to convict Trump, the most senators of a president’s own party to turn against him in an impeachment trial in American history

Joe Biden invites 10 Republican senators to White House to discuss coronavirus relief measures
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Joe Biden invites 10 Republican senators to White House to discuss coronavirus relief measures

The invitation came hours after the lawmakers sent Biden a letter urging him to negotiate rather than try to ram through his relief package solely on Democratic votes

Several of Donald Trump's impeachment lawyers quit over disagreement on legal strategy
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Several of Donald Trump's impeachment lawyers quit over disagreement on legal strategy

Trump wanted the lawyers to argue his baseless claims of mass election fraud rather than focus on the legality of convicting a president after leaving office

US House delivers article of impeachment against Donald Trump to Senate, testing his sway over GOP
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US House delivers article of impeachment against Donald Trump to Senate, testing his sway over GOP

Arguments in the Senate trial will begin the week of 8 February, and the case against Trump, the first former president to face an impeachment trial, will test Republican Party

An influential voice, a decisive vote: VP Kamala Harris is expected to play key role in Biden administration
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An influential voice, a decisive vote: VP Kamala Harris is expected to play key role in Biden administration

In one sign of how much she may be involved in legislative campaigns, Harris has been in touch with mayors around the country to preview Biden’s coronavirus relief package

Donald Trump discusses possibility of new political outfit, says report; third front may dent traditional GOP vote
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Donald Trump discusses possibility of new political outfit, says report; third front may dent traditional GOP vote

Search interest for terms like 'Third Party' and 'Patriot Party' rose, with 1,31,000 mentions of the new outfit across social media, other media and online sites between 19 and 20 January

'Trump will go down as a total failure': Mitch McConnell, Proud Boys among key loyalists to desert ex-president
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'Trump will go down as a total failure': Mitch McConnell, Proud Boys among key loyalists to desert ex-president

Trump also hinted about a comeback despite a legacy of chaos, tumult and bitter divisions in the country he led for four years

Donald Trump's Republican wall of support erodes as US House begins impeachment proceedings
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Donald Trump's Republican wall of support erodes as US House begins impeachment proceedings

The choice facing Republicans isn't just about the immediate fate of the outgoing president, but also whether the party's elected leaders are ready to move on

US Capitol siege: House Democrats introduce articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump
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US Capitol siege: House Democrats introduce articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump

Democrats have charged the outgoing US president with 'incitement of insurrection' over his role in Wednesday's storming of the US Capitol

'Iconic humiliation', 'internal collapse': Chinese media hits out at US over Capitol violence
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'Iconic humiliation', 'internal collapse': Chinese media hits out at US over Capitol violence

The Global Times described the storming of the Capitol using a Chinese term referring to a ruler’s subordinates coming to his rescue when his authority is threatened

Hours after US Capitol breach, Congress formally certifies Biden's election win; Trump pledges 'orderly transition'
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Hours after US Capitol breach, Congress formally certifies Biden's election win; Trump pledges 'orderly transition'

Defying Donald Trump’s claims that the Vice-President can reject electoral votes, Mike Pence said the Constitution does not give him ‘unilateral authority’ to decide which votes should be counted

In a first, Republican-led Senate rejects Donald Trump's veto of $740 bn defence policy Bill
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In a first, Republican-led Senate rejects Donald Trump's veto of $740 bn defence policy Bill

Trump lashed out on Twitter, saying the Senate missed an opportunity to eliminate protections for social media platforms that give 'unlimited power to Big Tech companies'