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CPAC and the new Republicanism

In recent years, CPAC has evolved from a family reunion of Republican libertarians, social conservatives and a hawkish foreign policy establishment into Trump-chella

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Lawmakers look at GameStop furor and see a populist issue to seize

The hordes of young traders who this week fueled a spectacular surge in the value of video game retailer GameStop may lack a unified political ideology

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How Joe Biden became a steady hand amid so much chaos

Through a nearly half-century-long political career marked by personal tragedy and forged in national upheaval, Biden’s struggle with his own words has remained a central fact of his professional…

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Win or Lose, Trump and Biden’s parties will plunge into uncertainty

The questions facing partisans on both sides are sweeping and remain largely unresolved despite more than a year of a tumultuous presidential campaign

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Harris’ new strategy: A hearing appearance that doesn’t make waves

Before joining the Democratic ticket as Joe Biden’s running mate, Harris was known as a politician with a withering prosecutorial style and a skill for crafting viral clips. She built her national…

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