The GOP’s 2024 primary field: How they win, how they loseBy Steven ShepardWe put the presidential hopefuls into categories based roughly on their chances to get the GOP nomination.
Russians shooting at rescuers in flooded areas, Zelenskyy saysBy Paul Ronzheimer and Zoya SheftalovichThe Ukrainian president says dead bodies are floating in floodwater from the Nova Kakhovka dam.
Pope Francis taken to hospital for surgeryBy Nicolas CamutThe pontiff is being treated for an intestinal blockage, Vatican says.
Zelenskyy denies Ukraine involvement in Nord Stream pipeline blastsBy Paul Ronzheimer, Gabriel Gavin and Victor JackThe Ukrainian president said there is no evidence Kyiv was behind the explosions crippling the pipelines.
Why Mike Pence thinks he has a prayer in 20242h By Adam WrenPence sees a path to victory, even if it will require a Rube Goldberg machine-like series of events.
Rep. Bowman looks to 2024 for health equity legislation2h By Daniel Payne“We still have to make major investments and pass transformational legislation,” he said, identifying mental and maternal health as key areas of focus.
Chinese citizens seek to block Florida’s law banning them from owning property2h By Bruce RitchieStates across the country, including California and Texas, have introduced more than a dozen similar pieces of legislation in recent months.
The Real Reason Chris Licht Got Fired2h By Jack ShaferThe ousted CNN chief never had a chance.
The latest numbers on Canada's wildfires and plunging air quality3h By Nick Taylor-Vaisey‘Unfortunately the situation is going to continue for a few more days,’ Canada’s health minister warned of the smoke.
‘Unprecedented does not begin to describe this event’: Wildfire haze smothers East Coast3h By Sean ReillySoot levels in the air reached dangerous levels in cities across the U.S. on Wednesday, some reaching more than 10 times the standard that EPA considers safe for breathing.
Use AI to regulate AI, Google executive says3h By Daniel PayneMost of the focus in Washington on AI centers on how agencies should regulate its use by the private sector, with the FDA planning rules for its use in health care.
House conservatives choke floor action as revenge for debt deal4h By Sarah Ferris, Olivia Beavers and Jordain CarneyThe roughly dozen lawmakers say they want certain commitments in writing from Speaker Kevin McCarthy over how leaders will run the chamber moving forward.
Climate change ‘is here’: NY officials warn of health impacts from Canada wildfire smoke4h By Danielle Muoio DunnOutdoor school activities have been canceled, and vulnerable New Yorkers are encouraged to stay indoors.
Trump scores 50 endorsements from the West Virginia state legislature4h By Meridith McGrawNearly half the elected Republicans in the state house have signed a letter backing the former president.
Military’s LGBTQ community is ‘under attack,’ top officials say4h By Lara SeligmanOne general said some state laws passed this year are "dangerous for service members."
Chris Sununu says Christie has a shot and Pence should lose the tie1:11pm By Lisa KashinskyChris Sununu passed on running for president. He has some advice for the rest of the field.
Baldwin calls for LGBTQ info to be included in mental health data12:51pm By Robert King“It helps us make our arguments for greater resources and greater services,” Baldwin told POLITICO.
Biden's drug czar: 165,000 lives might be lost annually to the opioid crisis by 202512:22pm By Kelly Hooper"There is almost no other area today, where it affects our public health, national security and economic prosperity, than the opioid crisis,” said Rahul Gupta at POLITICO’s Health Care Summit.
GOP donor arrested for attacking police with wasp spray on Jan. 611:58am By Kyle Cheney and Erica OrdenPeter Moloney, who owns funeral homes on Long Island, is also accused of assaulting a member of the media.
New York City to get $104.6M from FEMA for asylum-seekers11:56am By Joe AnutaThe city’s allocation through the new federal Shelter and Services Program constitutes around 30 percent of the money announced Wednesday and is much larger than payments to other cities.
An oil state hired the biggest PR firms to buff its climate image. It didn’t help.10:58am By Corbin Hiar and Zack ColmanThe United Arab Emirates began paying high-profile advertising and lobbying agencies to green its image ahead of hosting this year’s climate talks. Then the trouble began.
CNN CEO Chris Licht to step down9:05am By Kierra FrazierThe news comes after a widely criticized town hall with former President Donald Trump and a recent Atlantic profile on the CEO.
North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum announces a truly long-shot presidential bid8:46am By Kierra Frazier and Kelly GarrityGo ahead. Google him.
Dem Missouri prosecutor jockeys for opportunity to take on Hawley8:00am By Burgess EverettWesley Bell, the St. Louis County prosecuting attorney, said of the Missouri Republican: “I think he throws bombs but I don't think that he has any interest in real solutions.”
Biden rolls out 2 new red-state judicial picks6:00am By Betsy Woodruff SwanThe nominees are both expected to clear a critical political hurdle in the Senate, where Republicans can exercise veto power over home-state picks for the federal bench.
Pence calls for ‘different leadership’ in presidential launch video5:30am By Kelly GarrityThe video comes ahead of a kickoff event in Iowa on Wednesday.
GOP candidates' $1 T-shirt tactic: Clever fundraising ploy or desperate debate-stage bid?4:30am By Jessica PiperCandidates will be required to have at least 40,000 donors to face off in August.
55 Things You Need to Know About Mike Pence4:30am By Michael Kruse, Ekaterina Pechenkina and Adam WrenThe former vice president was loyal to Trump until he wasn’t. He wants voters to focus on his loyalty to a higher power as he runs for the White House.
Christie bashes Trump: 5 takeaways from Christie’s presidential town hallTue 9:58pm By Lisa KashinskyDonald Trump will, at a minimum, have to contend with an earful from Christie, who’s positioning himself as the most unbridled verbal decapitator of the former president in the GOP primary.
Biden back on the attack — hits GOP for threatening Social SecurityTue 5:23pm By Sam Stein, Eli Stokols and Lauren EganThe White House has begun warning anew that Republicans are coming after those social insurance programs, in what seems destined to be an oft-repeated line between now and November 2024.
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