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Post Politics Now: Amid inflation challenges, Biden holds event focused on saving money

After returning to the White House on Monday, the president is scheduled to host the Atlanta Braves before convening a meeting of the White House Competition Council.

Why a ‘carpetbagger’ attack is particularly potent in Pennsylvania

More than 7 in 10 state residents were born there, the fourth-highest percentage in the U.S.

Who said these notable quotes from the Jan. 6 hearings?

The Jan. 6 House committee’s hearings have drawn on more than 1,000 interviews in its investigation of the attack on the U.S. Capitol. Take our quiz to see if you remember who was behind the most striking quotes.

Trump can win the 2024 nomination the way he won in 2016: Barely

Questions about the strength of Trump’s current position ignore that he doesn’t need a majority of Republicans to vote for him in the 2024 primary.

Sinema, McConnell engage in mutual admiration — and some Democrats seethe

Speaking at the McConnell Center in Kentucky, Sen. Kyrsten Sinema (D-Ariz.) on Monday expressed support for restoring elements of the filibuster and suggested that Republicans might win control of the House or Senate in the midterm elections.

‘Impeachable whatever’: GOP floats impeaching Biden for … something

Republicans have suggested impeaching the president on a few occasions now. The precise grounds for impeachment, though, aren’t always clear.

A new way to visualize America’s surge in partisan hostility

Data from the American National Election Studies shows how the left-right divide widened.

Jan. 6 committee hearing will use clips from Roger Stone documentary

The committee is considering including video clips in which Stone, a longtime adviser to former president Donald Trump, predicted violent clashes and forecast the president would use armed guards and loyal judges to stay in power.

British pound falls to all-time low against dollar after taxes slashed

The falling value of the British pound reflects markets’ alarm over the government’s dramatic slashing of taxes and expected increased borrowing.

Understanding the Pound’s Sudden Crash

Britain’s most radical package of tax cuts since 1972, combined with plans for large-scale borrowing, have taken financial markets by surprise and triggered a slump in the pound to a record low. The unorthodox measures are designed to kick-start economic growth. Yet the mini-budget unveiled on Sept. 23 raised fears that it could exacerbate inflation, […]

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