Unity Proves Elusive in Democrats’ Fight for $15

Sign up here to get On Politics in your inbox every weekday. If the Democrats have a problem, it’s with the working class. Their support from voters without college degrees (particularly white voters, but not exclusively) has been slipping in recent years.

CPAC Crowd Cheers Josh Hawley’s Vote Against Election Results

new video loaded: CPAC Crowd Cheers Josh Hawley’s Vote Against Election Results transcript Back transcript CPAC Crowd Cheers Josh Hawley’s Vote Against Election Results Senator Josh Hawley received a standing ovation at the Conservative Political Action Conference when he reminded the crowd

Coronavirus Briefing: What Happened Today

The beginning of the end? There’s been a lot of encouraging news about the pandemic lately, and as cases have plummeted across the United States, and the world, some people are beginning to wonder — is the end of the pandemic finally

Crushing Dissent: The Saudi Kill Team Behind Khashoggi’s Death

WASHINGTON — Seven Saudis involved in the killing of the journalist Jamal Khashoggi belonged to an elite unit charged with protecting Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, according to a declassified report on the assassination released on Friday. The New York Times has

Republicans Grapple With Raising the Minimum Wage

WASHINGTON — The policy debate over raising the federal minimum wage to $15 an hour is the latest fault line between Democrats, who largely support the idea, and Republicans, who generally oppose such a sharp increase as bad for business. But it

Biden Tours Texas Emergency Aid Centers After Winter Storms

new video loaded: Biden Tours Texas Emergency Aid Centers After Winter Storms transcript Back transcript Biden Tours Texas Emergency Aid Centers After Winter Storms President Biden spent the day in Houston touring a local food bank and other areas hit by recent

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