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Past articles by Giuseppe:

White House May Shift to Regulations; Biden Promises Climate Aid

From fighting climate change to protecting consumers, President Joe Biden’s agenda will depend on a flurry of federal regulations if the midterm elections hand Republicans control of Congress. → Read More

HEALTH CARE BRIEFING: Agencies Join Democrats’ Drug Price War

Biden administration officials are committing to curbing patent practices that lead to high drug costs as Senate Democrats push ahead with a plan to lower pharmaceutical prices. → Read More

What to Know in Washington: Ukraine Aid Falters in Congress

Congress is moving slowly fulfill President Joe Biden’s request for Ukraine aid as fights continue over Covid relief money, immigration, and a vote on abortion-related legislation in the Senate next week. → Read More

What to Know in Washington: Biden Backs Oil Over Climate Agenda

President Joe Biden delivered his strongest endorsement of oil on Thursday, ordering an unprecedented release of emergency U.S. crude in a move that gambled his climate-saving credentials on lowering gasoline prices in an election year. → Read More

What to Know in Washington: Biden Team Plans Massive Oil Release

The U.S. is considering a plan to release around a million barrels of oil a day from U.S. reserves, for several months, to combat surging gasoline prices and supply shortages following Russia’s war in Ukraine, people familiar with the matter said. The total release may be as much as 180 million barrels, the people said,… → Read More

What to Know in Washington: Biden Team Warns on China, Russia

China’s muted response to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has hardened views within the Biden administration that President Xi Jinping may be moving closer to supporting Moscow as the conflict continues, several people familiar with the matter said. → Read More

What to Know in Washington: Senate Nears Russia Sanctions Deal

Senators negotiating a sanctions package intended to deter a Russian invasion of Ukraine said they’re optimistic they’ll resolve lingering disagreements and strike a deal this week. → Read More

What to Know in Washington: Biden Economic Agenda on Hold

American families are feeling the financial squeeze of soaring inflation and a persistent pandemic as fractious Democrats return to Washington this week no closer to a deal on a tax and spending bill party leaders hoped would by now provide relief. → Read More

What to Know in Washington: Biden, Putin to Talk Ukraine Buildup

President Joe Biden plans to talk by phone with Russian President Vladimir Putin today as the U.S. and its allies raise alarm about Russia’s troop buildup on the Ukraine border, and ahead of further talks planned for January on NATO expansion in eastern Europe. → Read More

What to Know in Washington: SCOTUS Vaccine Case Tests U.S. Power

The Supreme Court will hear arguments in the case against the Biden administration’s Covid-19 vaccine mandate for health workers next week as the latest variant of the virus continues its spread across the U.S. → Read More

What to Know in Washington: Biden Supports States’ Covid Efforts

The Biden administration is letting states lead the way in the nationwide response to a surge in Covid-19 cases brought on by the omicron variant, while the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention updated isolation guidance in an effort to get Americans back to work and mitigate economic disruptions. → Read More

What to Know in Washington: White House Not Giving Up Biden Bill

The White House signaled yesterday the administration isn’t giving up on President Joe Biden’s signature economic package, despite hurdles in Congress. Meanwhile, the president’s top medical adviser warned escalating case numbers could overwhelm U.S. hospitals. → Read More

What to Know in Washington: Biden Gets a Jobs Ally in Brainard

President Joe Biden will deliver a speech today on the economy and battling inflation after reappointing Jerome Powell to chair the Federal Reserve and elevating Fed Governor Lael Brainard to be his deputy. → Read More

What to Know in Washington: Panels Advance Biden’s Economic Plan

President Joe Biden’s economic agenda took a step forward yesterday as House Democrats advanced several major expansions of the safety net, with tougher fights ahead on how to pay for the new benefits. → Read More

What to Know in Washington: House Gets to Work on Reconcilation

Congressional Democrats are poised to advance sweeping legislation to combat climate change that would, if the Senate goes along, block drilling in most U.S. offshore waters and invest tens of billions of dollars in resilience measures. → Read More

What to Know in Washington: Democrats Struggle to Deliver Agenda

President Joe Biden needs Democrats in Congress to give him a political boost by passing his $4 trillion economic agenda, but deepening divisions in the party threaten the chances of that happening any time soon. → Read More

What to Know in Washington: Biden Agenda Gains Senate Momentum

President Joe Biden’s agenda got a boost with Senate Democratic leaders outlining plans for more than $4 trillion in domestic programs, but enactment hinges on negotiating details on Medicare, taxes, immigration and infrastructure that have confounded Congress for a generation. → Read More

What to Know in Washington: Senate Democrats Agree on Budget

Senate Democrats on the Budget Committee agreed to set a $3.5 trillion top-line spending level for a bill to carry most of President Joe Biden’s economic agenda into law without Republican support. → Read More

What to Know in Washington: Biden Elevates Ransomware Threat

President Joe Biden, will take on the rapidly growing threat of ransomware against companies and localities by convening key officials to discuss administration strategy in the wake of a high-profile attack by hackers. → Read More

What to Know in Washington: Biden Agenda Must Navigate Congress

President Joe Biden’s plan for trillions of dollars in proposed spending and tax increases is entering a procedural and political thicket in Congress that’s likely to take at least until September to clear. → Read More