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Recent articles by Olivier:

Progressives (mostly) line up behind Biden’s Ukraine policy

Democratic unity helps the president navigate the crisis → Read More

Biden puts Putin on the couch over Ukraine

Welcome to The Daily 202! Tell your friends to sign up here. On this day in 1970, the Senate voted unanimously to confirm Harry A. Blackmun as a Supreme Court justice. Biden tackles the ‘what does he want?’ question about Putin “Butcher.” War criminal. “Cannot stay in power.” Genocide. When President Biden makes news for what he says about Russian President Vladimir Putin, it’s usually for that… → Read More

Perdue’s attacks on Georgia officials will test Trump’s false 2020 claims

The race to be the one to take on Stacey Abrams promises to be savage. → Read More

Biden could soon end the Iraq War (no, really)

There’s lots of negotiating ahead, but the president could repeal the 2002 war authorization → Read More

Victory over pandemic may look like victory in War on Terror: Vague

The end of the pandemic is elusive and will have political consequences. → Read More

Some holdouts, but nine in ten federal workers have had a covid shot

White House pushes the private sector to lean into mandates → Read More

A Biden-Trump rematch just got a little more likely

The White House says the president will run in 2024. → Read More

White House may escalate attacks on corporations over inflation

President Biden is fighting on two fronts, economic and political, to stem the damage. → Read More

U.S.-China relations face a new test. Her name is Peng Shuai.

Sen. Ted Cruz praises Women’s Tennis Association for defying Beijing → Read More

Sorry not sorry: A tale of the 'Q-Anon Shaman' and Paul Gosar

The Jan. 6 rioter is contrite. The Jan. 6 riot apologist is not. → Read More

Biden gets some good news from consumer spending and jobs revisions reports

The president could use it as his approval ratings sag and he struggles to pass his domestic agenda in Congress. → Read More

White House says Democratic ‘infighting’ has hurt Biden

Get yourselves in array, Psaki basically tells the president’s party. → Read More

Democrats fret about Biden. Republicans fret about flawed 2022 candidates

Let the battle for Congress begin. → Read More

Five questions about Biden’s infrastructure sales pitch

After Monday’s signing, the job shifts into high gear. → Read More

The Biden economy is being defined by these two numbers

Rising inflation and more jobs are sending contradictory signals. → Read More

Welcome to the latest Republican purity test of 2021

Trump rages at Mitch McConnell and 13 House Republicans after infrastructure vote → Read More

In echo of Biden’s work as VP, Harris faces restive progressive donors

It's diplomatic outreach of a different sort for the vice president. → Read More

Here comes the Biden infrastructure PR blitz

The administration rolls out his most consequential legislative achievement. → Read More

Biden and GOP-held states go to war in court on vaccines, voting

Lawsuits fly on two of the most momentous issues of 2021. → Read More

Democrats’ fight over taxing the rich gets SALT-y

The party wrestles with whether and how to tax the wealthy. → Read More