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These 3 YA Novels Will Transform Your Summer Into Something Fantastic

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Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney, D-N.Y., seen here during a House Intelligence Committee hearing in 2019, rejects the conventional wisdom that House Democrats will likely lose their majority next November. Yara Nardi/Getty Images hide caption

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How House Democrats' Campaign Chief Plans To Defy History In 2022

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Infrastructure Agreement Advances, But It's Not A Done Deal

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The Senate Moves Ahead On A $3.5 Trillion Spending Plan

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Senate Vote On Infrastructure Package Took Place Wednesday Evening

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Select Committee Heard From 4 Police Officers Who Defended The Capitol On Jan. 6

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Biden's Bipartisan Infrastructure Package Faces 1st Test Vote In The Senate

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Progressive activists are watching the end of the Supreme Court session for a possible retirement announcement from Stephen Breyer, the court's oldest current justice. Breyer will turn 83 in August. Erin Schaff/The New York Times via AP/Pool hide caption

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Progressives Are Hoping That Justice Stephen Breyer Steps Down At The End Of The Term

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President Walks Back Threat To Block Infrastructure Deal Over Democratic Priorities

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Senate Democrats Take Up Act Which Would Expand Voting Rights

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Senate Democrats Made A Voting Rights Bill A Top Priority, But It's Expected To Fail

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Vice President Harris speaks during a meeting with Democratic Texas state lawmakers on Wednesday at the White House. Texas Democrats last month staged a dramatic walkout to block a voting bill in their state. Mandel Ngan/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Where Infrastructure Negotiations Stand In Congress

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The Odds Of Kyrsten Sinema Striking An Infrastructure Deal With Republicans Are Slim

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West Virginia Senator Aims To Block Historic Voting Rights Bill

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