Statehouses could prove to be hothouses for virus infection

As lawmakers around the U.S. convene this winter to deal with the crisis created by the pandemic, statehouses themselves could prove to be hothouses for infection. Many legislatures will start the year meeting remotely, but some Republican-controlled statehouses, from Montana to Pennsylvania,

The Latest: Biden committee to join National Day of Service

President-elect Joe Biden’s inaugural committee will be joining the National Day of Service on Martin Luther King Jr. Day and is encouraging Americans to do the same. The committee said Monday in a statement that it will “partner with service leaders, community

Why Jon Ossoff makes such a deadly opponent for David Perdue

Of the four candidates in Georgia’s twin Senate elections, only one of them is known for his skills on the stump. Jon Ossoff, who is taking on Republican Senator David Perdue, has acquired a reputation as a fiercely smart and sharp-tongued campaigner

Urging calm, DC mayor calls in National Guard for protests

Washington, D.C. s mayor urged calm Monday as some 340 National Guard troops were being activated while the city prepared for potentially violent protests surrounding Congress expected vote to affirm President-elect Joe Biden s victory. According to a U.S. defense official, Mayor

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