President Biden will hold a high-stakes video call with Vladimir V. Putin of Russia on Tuesday.
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Max Rose to Run for House in Likely Rematch Against Malliotakis
Mr. Rose, a moderate Democrat, lost to Representative Nicole Malliotakis, a Republican, by six percentage points last year in a conservative district that includes Staten Island.
What Does the U.S. Owe Separated Families? A Political Quandary Deepens
Seizing on premature news of potential $450,000 payments, conservatives have added new complications to an effort to compensate migrant families separated by the Trump administration.
A Chicken-Fried McGovern, Newt’s Good Ideas and the Senate Zoo: A Dole One-Liner Sampler
Bob Dole, who died on Sunday at age 98, was generous with his sarcastic wit, using it against Democrats, Republicans and often himself.
Bob Dole Embodied ‘Shared Values’ in Washington
Bob Dole, a Kansas Republican, brought his no-nonsense manner to Washington, cutting deals during a bygone era. “He was in a sense Mr. America,” the historian Robert Dallek said.
Biden, Obama and Other Leaders React to Bob Dole’s Death
Former presidents and political leaders recalled Mr. Dole’s dignity, sense of humor and lifetime commitment to public service.
U.S. Military Has Acted Against Ransomware Groups, General Acknowledges
Gen. Paul M. Nakasone, the head of Cyber Command, said a new cross-functional effort has been gathering intelligence to combat criminal groups targeting U.S. infrastructure.
Bob Dole, Old Soldier and Stalwart of the Senate, Dies at 98
Mr. Dole, a son of the Kansas prairie who was left for dead on a World War II battlefield, became one of the longest-serving Republican leaders.
After Success in Seating Federal Judges, Biden Hits Resistance
Senate Democrats vow to keep pressing forward with nominees, but they may face obstacles in states represented by Republicans.
How Stephanie Murphy, a Holdout on Biden’s Agenda, Helped Salvage It
The centrist Democrat from Florida put the brakes on President Biden’s social safety net legislation because of concerns about cost. Then she brokered a deal to steer it through the House.