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Monday

An early look at the 2024 campaigns for Senate

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Thursday

Some House Republicans want to leverage must-pass debt limit legislation to extract spending cuts, but President Biden and congressional Democrats aren't interested in negotiating. Anna Moneymaker/Getty Images hide caption

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Here's why a high-stakes debt ceiling fight looms on Capitol Hill

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Saturday

McCarthy finally wins 15th vote for House speaker, but not without concessions

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Friday

Tuesday

Republicans take control of the House in this new session of Congress

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Saturday

Week in politics: McCarthy's bid to be Speaker; federal budget for next year

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Sunday

Politics chat: What Sinema's departure means for Democrats; Congress faces a budget deadline

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Friday

Arizona Sen. Kyrsten Sinema leaves the Democratic Party

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Thursday

U.S. House considers creating a new delegate seat for the Cherokee Nation

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Saturday

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Wednesday

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) speaks to reporters on March 10, 2020. On Wednesday, he was re-elected to lead Senate Republicans. Samuel Corum/Getty Images hide caption

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Fallout from the GOP's poor showing in midterms continues on Capitol Hill

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Tuesday

If the GOP wins the House, Kevin McCarthy will make a bid to be speaker

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