Sophia Cai, Axios

Sophia Cai


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Past articles by Sophia:

Jim Jordan scrambles amid claims "weaponization" probe is a dud

The investigation of alleged mistreatment of conservatives has moved slowly and found little. → Read More

Scoop: Ex-South Carolina mayor gets White House post as Bottoms departs

Steven Benjamin will be a liaison to officials across the nation, business community. → Read More

GOP investigations could launch Stefanik in 2024

Democrats have cast it as a "tin foil hat" subcommittee. → Read More

Pence documents put House Oversight between a rock and a hard place

Comer is trying to ensure his committee maintains its credibility. → Read More

White House slams far-right Republicans' committee assignments

"t appears that House Republicans may be setting the stage for divorced-from-reality political stunts..." → Read More

Scoop: Senate plots pro-pot move for lame-duck Congress

In an email reviewed by Axios, the Justice Department said it would be able to implement the revised legislation. → Read More

Scoop: House Republicans cry politics over IRS outreach

It's another sign of the GOP's determination to investigate the Biden administration if they win back the majority in Congress → Read More

The politics of Biden's marijuana pardons

Biden previously opposed legalization. → Read More

Riggleman book calls Meadows texts the "crown jewels" of the Jan. 6 investigation

Riggleman's headline-grabbing book has rankled some members of the committee. → Read More

White House prepares for post-midterm turnover

The White House is launching a talent search to be ready for potential turnover after the 2022 midterm elections. → Read More

Scoop: Team Trump sees special master as FBI skeptic

Judge Raymond Dearie's involvement with the Carter Page case is known. But advisers have not previously said it drove their thinking in requesting him. → Read More

Klain presses progressives on permitting reforms

Klain wants to avoid a government shutdown. → Read More

First look: McCarthy PAC's new offense play

The aggressive buy from the Congressional Leadership Fund is a rejoinder to growing talk about Democrats finding a shot to retain the House. → Read More

Student loan forgiveness in hands of "understaffed and overcommitted" agency

An estimated 35 million people will need to apply for relief — but the website doesn't exist yet → Read More

First look: U.S. warns of China's efforts to "manipulate" narrative on Xinjiang

China is using “wolf warrior” diplomats and social media influencers to spread disinformation, the State Department says. → Read More

Scoop: GOP's oil reserve amnesia

Republicans are demanding investigations into the administration's recent release of oil to a China-owned firm. → Read More

Republican Party launching immigrant naturalization test program

It's a part of a concerted move by the Republican Party to reach out to immigrants. → Read More

GOP takes a fresh look at paid family leave

Without a federal right to abortion, some Republicans eye aid for new paren. → Read More

Erin Hawley's win in court

When Sen. Josh Hawley hailed the end of Roe v. Wade, he was also celebrating a big victory for his wife. → Read More

A record number of LGBTQ candidates are running for Congress

Candidates say discriminatory state laws have motivated them. → Read More