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Supreme Court Rules for Ted Cruz in Campaign Finance Case

WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court on Monday ruled in favor of Senator Ted Cruz in his challenge to a federal…

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Russia says it will limit access to Facebook, a major platform for dissent.

MOSCOW — The Russian government said it was partially limiting access to Facebook for restricting some pro-Kremlin news media accounts,…

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U.S. and Allies Close to Reviving Nuclear Deal With Iran, Officials Say

WASHINGTON — The United States and its European allies appear on the cusp of restoring the deal that limited Iran’s…

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Business

Biden Administration to Reinstate Mercury Pollution Rules Weakened Under Trump

WASHINGTON — The Biden administration on Monday will reinstate a way of measuring the benefits of reducing air pollution, the…

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Senate Clears Last Hurdle to Raising Debt Ceiling

WASHINGTON — The Senate on Thursday cleared away the last major hurdle to raising the debt ceiling, effectively ending a…

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Congressional Leaders Reach Deal to Allow Debt Ceiling Increase

WASHINGTON — The House is poised on Tuesday to approve a new fast-track process for circumventing Republican obstruction and raising…

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House Approves Bill to Avert U.S. Default, Sending It to Biden

WASHINGTON — The House gave final approval on Tuesday to legislation that would raise the debt ceiling into early December,…

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Benefits for All or Just the Needy? Manchin’s Demand Focuses Debate

WASHINGTON — Senator Joe Manchin III of West Virginia has a ready retort to fellow Democrats who say shrinking the…

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Lurching From Crisis to Crisis, Congress Is Addicted to Cliffs

WASHINGTON — Congress disposed of a looming global economic catastrophe this week by doing what it does best: Not much.…

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As the U.S. Hurtles Toward a Debt Crisis, What Does McConnell Want?

WASHINGTON — In March 2006, as the government veered dangerously close to a default, Senator Mitch McConnell of Kentucky, the…

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