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Recent articles by Billy:

Georgia Senate Runoff Draws Big Money, Big Names From Both Parties to Boost Vote

Democrat Raphael Warnock and Republican Herschel Walker are scrambling to get their supporters back to the polls one more time and find any Georgia voters still left to persuade with a little more than a week to go before the state’s Dec. 6 US Senate runoff. → Read More

New York’s Jeffries Makes Formal Bid to Lead House Democrats

New York Representative Hakeem Jeffries on Friday formally put himself in the running to become the House Democratic leader as the party undergoes a historic generational shift. → Read More

Pelosi to Exit as Top House Democrat, Ending Historic Era

Nancy Pelosi announced she will step down as House Democratic leader, ending her history-making tenure as the first woman to serve as speaker and opening the way for a generational change in her party’s congressional leadership. → Read More

Pelosi Says She’ll Always Have Influence Over House Democrats

Speaker Nancy Pelosi said she’ll “always have influence” over Democrats in the US House, while declining to say whether she’ll seek another term later as their top leader. → Read More

Georgia Senate Race Too Close to Call as Runoff Becomes Likely

The contest between incumbent Democrat Raphael Warnock and Republican Herschel Walker for a US Senate seat in Georgia remained too close to call early Wednesday, making a Dec. 6 runoff increasingly likely. → Read More

Senate Control Comes Down to a Few Tight Midterm Races in New US Poll

The race to control the US Senate is essentially a toss-up just days before the midterm elections, a new poll shows. → Read More

Paul Pelosi Attacker Sought Speaker, Yelling: ‘Where Is Nancy?’

Three hosts, One topic, three takes. "Bloomberg Triple Take" takes one issue affecting global markets and the economy and splits it into three angles. The program hosted by Caroline Hyde, Romaine Bostick and Taylor Riggs uses the power of the Bloomberg Terminal, Bloomberg Intelligence and Bloomberg News to provide analysis and data that can't be found anywhere else. → Read More

Cheney Crosses Party Line to Back Slotkin in Michigan House Race

Republican Representative Liz Cheney, an outcast in her own party because of her vocal criticism of former President Donald Trump, on Thursday formally endorsed Democrat Elissa Slotkin, who is facing a tough House re-election fight in Michigan. → Read More

What to Watch for During Jan. 6 Committee’s Return to Television

The House Committee investigating last year’s attack on the US Capitol makes what might be its final return to live television Thursday, in a two-hour push to discuss new evidence, underscore main findings and air unused video footage and testimony. → Read More

Herschel Walker’s Senate Campaign in Disarray After Firing, Abortion Report

Herschel Walker’s Georgia Senate campaign plunged deeper into turmoil Friday, with the firing of his political director and an accusation that he asked a woman to have a second abortion, imperiling Republican efforts to recover a vaunted seat and a majority in the upper chamber. → Read More

Trump’s Secretary of State Pompeo Will Be Questioned by Jan. 6 Panel

The House committee investigating the Jan. 6, 2021 attack on the US Capitol is expected to speak behind closed doors Tuesday with former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, a person familiar with the plans said. → Read More

Jan. 6 Hearing Focuses On Proud Boys, Oath Keepers and What Trump Knew

Whether far-right extremists who attacked the US Capitol were encouraged by or even conspired with then-President Donald Trump will be the subject of Tuesday’s hearing by the House committee investigating the riot. → Read More

Jan. 6 Committee Postpones Prime-Time Hearing Planned for Thursday

The House committee investigating the Jan. 6 assault on the US Capitol by a mob of Donald Trump’s supporters has decided to delay a hearing planned for prime time Thursday, a person familiar with the move said. → Read More

Jan. 6 Committee Schedules Surprise Hearing for Tuesday Afternoon

The House panel investigating last year’s insurrection at the US Capitol called a surprise hearing for Tuesday to “present recently obtained evidence and receive witness testimony,” according to statement. → Read More

GOP Senator Ron Johnson Wanted to Intervene for Trump on Jan. 6

Ron Johnson, a staunch ally of Donald Trump and the most vulnerable Senate Republican, attempted to intervene on the former president’s behalf just moments before Congress met to certify the election results on Jan. 6, 2021, the House panel investigating the attack on the Capitol that day revealed Tuesday. → Read More

Jan. 6 Hearings Need to Deliver Additional Viral Moments to Reach Americans

The Jan. 6 hearings opened with a shocking portrayal in prime time of how then-President Donald Trump’s efforts to subvert his election loss touched off a deadly riot at the US Capitol. → Read More

What the Jan. 6 Committee Has Done, and What’s Next

A series of eight prime-time televised hearings will begin on June 9. → Read More

Five Key Moments From the Jan. 6 Capitol Riot Hearing

A House committee investigating the Capitol insurrection opened its series of public hearings with dramatic testimony from an injured US Capitol Police officer, a video appearance by former President Donald Trump’s daughter, Ivanka, and intense footage from the Jan. 6, 2021, riot. Here are five key moments: → Read More

Republicans Promise to Issue Their Own Report on Jan. 6 Violence

House Republicans announced plans to release their own report on the Jan. 6 Capitol riot as they blasted a House panel investigating the violence ahead of its first hearing tonight. → Read More

What the Jan. 6 Committee Has Done, and What’s Next

A series of eight prime-time televised hearings will begin on June 9. → Read More