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GOP Rep. Mace Says COVID-19 Relief Plan Is A Spending Spree
02/25/2021 12:19 PM
As the House moves closer to voting on the Biden administration's relief bill, GOP Rep. Nancy Mace of South Carolina talks to NPR's Rachel Martin about objections to the $1.9 trillion price tag.
Democrats Say Relief Programs Could Become This Generation's New Deal
02/25/2021 12:18 PM
Democrats are using the $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief bill to introduce measures they say will reduce poverty. People already at risk for falling behind have seen big setbacks over the past year.
'Yeah, We Lied': Messages Show Prosecutors' Panic Over Missteps In Federal Case
02/25/2021 12:00 PM
The newly disclosed documents give a window into the U.S. Attorney's Office in Manhattan after a judge started asking questions about a case that the Justice Department won but then abandoned.
DeJoy Testifies Before House Panel, Biden Nominates 3 To USPS Board
02/25/2021 10:08 AM
Postmaster General Louis DeJoy faced lawmakers on Capitol Hill who wanted to know why Americans are still experiencing delays in getting their mail. Only the USPS board of governors can oust DeJoy.
Youth Activists Are Heard In Biden's White House, But They Want To See More Action
02/25/2021 10:00 AM
The White House is consulting young activists on a range of policy, but they are still pressing Biden publicly for aggressive action on immigration, gun control and other issues.
It's All About Trump: CPAC Seems Poised To Ignore Republican Identity Crisis
02/25/2021 10:00 AM
The former president will headline the annual conservative conference with a Sunday address, his first speech since leaving office. His baseless election fraud claims could also get heavy play.
McConnell Blasts Pelosi's Proposed Jan. 6 Commission As 'Partisan'
02/24/2021 8:48 PM
Republican lawmakers want equal party representation on the panel to investigate the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol.
'It's a Minefield': Biden's Pick For Health Secretary Faces Abortion Politics
02/24/2021 6:45 PM
As California's attorney general, Xavier Becerra fought Trump-era restrictions on reproductive health. If confirmed, he'll navigate an even more difficult legal and political landscape.
Under Pressure, Postmaster General Calls For Changes To Mail Delivery
02/24/2021 1:00 PM
Louis DeJoy testified about shortfalls at the U.S. Postal Service. Despite calls for his resignation, DeJoy said he plans to follow through on an overhaul plan. "Get used to me," he said.
Lawmakers Will Hold 2nd Hearing Regarding Capitol Insurrection
02/24/2021 12:19 PM
NPR's Noel King talks to Sen. Amy Klobuchar, the chair of the rules committee, which co-sponsored the first joint hearing concerning security during the Capitol insurrection on Jan. 6.
Evangelical Leaders Condemn 'Radicalized Christian Nationalism'
02/24/2021 11:01 AM
In response to the Jan. 6 Capitol insurrection, more than 100 evangelical leaders have published a statement calling on other church heads to speak out against Christian nationalism in their ranks.
Haaland Would Be 1st Native American Interior Secretary, Cabinet Member
02/24/2021 10:08 AM
The hearing for Interior Secretary nominee Rep. Deb Haaland was must see TV for many Native Americans across the U.S. It's been an especially inspiring time for many younger tribal members.
Biden Executive Order Seeks Fixes For Shortfalls Of Foreign-Made Items
02/24/2021 10:08 AM
President Biden is expected to sign an order on Wednesday to kick off sweeping reviews of products that have run short in recent months, including semiconductors and pharmaceutical ingredients.
Biden Looks To Mayors To Help Make The Case For More COVID-19 Aid
02/24/2021 10:08 AM
President Biden is hoping mayors will help make the case for his COVID-19 aid bill, which mayors say is desperately needed to bolster their cities. But funding for local governments is a flashpoint.
News Brief: Capitol Security Hearing, N.Y. Grand Jury, Vaccine Line Jumpers
02/24/2021 10:08 AM
Ex-Capitol security chiefs recount insurrection events. No charges will be filed against Rochester police in the death of Daniel Prude. A health care provider allows people to jump the vaccine line.





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