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Biden and McCarthy Reach Debt Ceiling Deal to Avert U.S. Default

With the government on track to reach its borrowing limit within days, negotiators sealed an agreement to raise the debt ceiling for two years while cutting and capping certain federal programs.

Takeaways From the Impeachment of Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton

The extraordinary vote on impeachment exposed rifts among Texas Republicans and set the stage for a contentious showdown in the State Senate.

An 11-Year-Old Boy Called 911. Police Then Shot Him.

Aderrien Murry suffered numerous injuries, including a collapsed lung, lacerated liver and fractured ribs. His family is demanding that the officer who shot him be fired.

​Tennessee Drag Law Sows Fear Among Performers Ahead of Pride Month

A judge is expected to rule as soon as this week on whether the new law banning “adult cabaret” in front of children is constitutional.

For Trump, the More GOP Presidential Candidates the Better

Ron DeSantis entered the presidential race last week along with Tim Scott, with others to follow. For the former president, the more candidates the better.

In Provincetown, Mass., a Matchmaker Helps the Desperate Find Housing

A mix of extreme conditions has made the remote Cape Cod town’s housing market one of the most harrowing in New England.

Dianne Feinstein Relies Heavily on Staff to Function in Senate

The California Democrat is surrounded by a large retinue of aides at all times, who tell her how and when to vote, explain what is going on when she is confused, and shield her from the press and public.

Debt Ceiling Takeaways: What’s in the Deal

Details are trickling out about the accord that could avert a default on the national debt. Here’s what to know.

Texas Attorney General Paxton Is Temporarily Suspended After Impeachment Vote

The state attorney general and conservative star faces a trial in the Senate.

The Whistleblowers Behind Ken Paxton’s Impeachment

Four former employees and allies of the Texas attorney general joined forces to file a lawsuit in 2020.

As Debt Ceiling Talks Progress, Hard-Right Republicans Gird for ‘War’

Earlier, a top Republican negotiator said an agreement was “hours or days” away, as an ultraconservative group of lawmakers harshly criticized its emerging contours.

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