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American politics is now a four-way struggle. Gridlock lies ahead

American politics is now a four-way struggle. Gridlock lies ahead

No one faction is likely to prevail. Instead we can probably expect years of modest and incremental policy agenda Everyone agrees that American political parties are deeply polarized. However, last week’s elections point to a new…

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State attorneys general have sued Trump’s administration 138 times — nearly double those of Obama and Bush

State attorneys general have sued Trump’s administration 138 times — nearly double those of Obama and Bush

It’s routine for attorneys general to sue the federal government, but experts say the sharp rise signifies the growing partisan and legal divide with Washington. During President Donald Trump’s four years in office, his administration…

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The virus still doesn’t care about politics

The virus still doesn’t care about politics

While President Donald Trump tries to marshal the US government and his political allies to delegitimize the election that cost him his job, tens of thousands of Americans will die from the disease he has ignored and downplayed,…

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Why Georgia is about to become the center of the political universe

Why Georgia is about to become the center of the political universe

No matter whether Donald Trump or Joe Biden winds up carrying the state of Georgia in the 2020 presidential race, the Peach State is already guaranteed to be the center of the political universe come…

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How to talk politics with angry loved ones who disagree with you

How to talk politics with angry loved ones who disagree with you

Election Day may be over, but the anger and frustration that divide America politically continue to simmer. For many, that animosity has boiled over in personal relationships, as friends, colleagues and loved ones find themselves…

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Trump supporters protest outside Arizona vote center

Trump supporters protest outside Arizona vote center

A crowd of Donald Trump supporters, some armed with rifles and handguns, gathered outside an election center in Arizona on Wednesday night after unsubstantiated rumors that votes for the Republican president were deliberately not being…

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Trump and Johnson have shown countries need leaders, not celebrity politicians

Trump and Johnson have shown countries need leaders, not celebrity politicians

After four years and a pandemic, one thing is clear: the fence between entertainment and politics must urgently be rebuilt Boris Johnson had barely finished telling the nation about new English lockdown arrangements on Saturday night when…

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U.S. intelligence agencies say Iran, Russia have tried to meddle in 2020 election

U.S. intelligence agencies say Iran, Russia have tried to meddle in 2020 election

U.S. Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe has accused both Russia and Iran of trying to interfere with the 2020 presidential election, drawing swift denials from Moscow and Tehran. The announcement two weeks before the…

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Biden proposes lowering Medicare eligibility age to 60 and more student debt forgiveness as job losses soar

Biden proposes lowering Medicare eligibility age to 60 and more student debt forgiveness as job losses soar

Joe Biden rolled out two new plans on Thursday to provide economic relief to struggling Americans as he kicks off his general election campaign against President Donald Trump amid soaring job losses caused by efforts…

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