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National Journal 19m
This week on 's Quorum Call: joins host to dig into the lame-duck agenda and Mississippi's Senate race, and dishes on how 2020 prospects are angling for the Democratic nomination. Subscribe on iTunes:
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Join National Journal analysts and reporters as they discuss outcomes and the legislative look ahead for the 116th Congress on 11/29. Register:
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National Journal 19h
The 116th Congress will be the most diverse in American history. Here’s a breakdown of all the new members by ethnic background:
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This week on 's Quorum Call: joins host to dig into the lame-duck agenda and Mississippi's Senate race, and dishes on how 2020 hopefuls are angling for the Democratic nomination. Subscribe on iTunes:
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Following the president's repeated claims over the weekend that residents of Finland avoid forest fires by constantly raking their forests, offers his list of the 10 most far-fetched assertions made by President Trump ($):
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. offers his take on why Democrats should keep Nancy Pelosi at the helm of the party:
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National Journal Nov 19
We’ll make sense of the in our next . Register by 11/29:
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National Journal Nov 19
Minorities, women, and younger voters supported Democratic candidates at higher rates. See how these voters stacked up to their counterparts:
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National Journal Nov 19
Following President Trump's highly criticized trip to Paris last week, White House Correspondent lists the top 10 gaffes made by U.S. presidents on foreign trips throughout history ($)
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National Journal Nov 19
As lawmakers steel themselves for a divided Congress, both they and telecommunications experts see a pathway to federal legislation that would offer long-term net neutrality protections, reports Tech Correspondent ($)
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National Journal Nov 19
After picking up a couple of Senate seats this cycle (pending the runoff in Mississippi), Republicans are cautiously optimistic of their chances of holding their majority in the upper chamber in the next election, writes
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National Journal Nov 16
Republicans have a growing diversity problem— one that could hurt them in future races, argues ($):
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National Journal Nov 16
Do you know what to expect when the 116th Congress is sworn in? For a legislative look ahead, join and for the next on 11/29:
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National Journal Nov 16
These map results from the demonstrate the rift between urban and rural voters:
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National Journal Nov 16
In Montana, a political battle is taking place over keeping the state’s medicaid expansion. One of the groups most affected by the outcome will be American Indians, writes . ($)
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National Journal Nov 16
As the lame-duck session progresses, the likelihood that Congress will lift the cap on tax credits for electric vehicles, a measure supported by car companies and consumers alike, is waning. From and :
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National Journal Nov 16
Some races are yet to be called, but these Republicans are already looking ahead to defending their seats in the next cycle. From :
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National Journal Nov 16
With a record high in membership, the is asserting its clout within the Democratic Party for voting rights legislation and a place in Party leadership. Read today’s unlocked article by
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National Journal Nov 15
What can we expect from congressional leaders in 2019 and beyond? Join our , Making Sense of the Midterms, to find out.
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National Journal Nov 15
Despite Democrats’ successes in congressional and gubernatorial races, the Party underperformed in state legislature races, argue and :
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