Tag: House of Representatives

The Long Road to Successful Covid Vaccines

To the Editor: Re “Decades of Discoveries Before ‘Miraculous’ Sprint to a Vaccine” (front page, Jan. 16): I was riveted by Gina Kolata and Benjamin Mueller’s article about the years of research that ultimately led to Covid-19 vaccines. The twists, dead ends, chance encounters and aha moments read like a thriller, but the authors also […]

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Biden the Negotiator Confronts the Cold Reality of Capitol Hill Gridlock

WASHINGTON — President Biden entered the White House promising to engage with Congress in a way that few presidents ever had, thanks to his three decades as a senator. A year in, with much of his agenda mired in congressional gridlock, Mr. Biden is changing his approach — a stark admission that his approach to […]

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Jan. 6 Committee Calls Ivanka Trump

WASHINGTON — The House committee investigating the Jan. 6 riot on Thursday requested cooperation from Ivanka Trump, as it revealed pieces of what it has learned about a scramble inside the White House that day to get President Donald J. Trump to denounce and call off the mob that was laying siege to the Capitol. […]

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In Rebuke to Trump, Supreme Court Allows Release of Jan. 6 Files

Among the documents that Mr. Trump had asserted executive privilege over were proposed talking points for Kayleigh McEnany, his former press secretary; a handwritten note concerning Jan. 6; a draft text of a presidential speech for the “Save America” rally that preceded the mob attack; and a draft executive order on the topic of election […]

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