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Past articles by Amy:

Jackson’s dissent decries affirmative action decision as ‘tragedy for us all’

"With let-them-eat-cake obliviousness, today, the majority pulls the ripcord and announces ‘colorblindness for all’ by legal fiat," Jackson wrote in a 29-page dissent. → Read More

Israeli President Herzog invited to address joint meeting of Congress

It has become a modern tradition for foreign leaders to address a joint meeting of Congress, if invited, during their formal state visits to the United States. → Read More

White House defends WSJ reporter facing harassment over Modi question

Wall Street Journal reporter Sabrina Siddiqui has faced online attacks since she asked Modi what his government would do to uphold free speech and improve the rights of Muslims and other minorities in India. → Read More

House to vote again on a measure to censure Adam Schiff

The resolution, sponsored by Rep. Anna Paulina Luna (R-Fla.), is similar to one the House blocked last week but does not include the possibility of a $16 million fine against Schiff. → Read More

Miami Mayor Francis Suarez announces GOP presidential bid

Suarez, who is serving his second term as mayor of Florida’s second-largest city, joins a crowded GOP field looking to challenge former president Donald Trump. → Read More

Biden vetoes resolution that would have repealed new EPA limits on truck emissions

The EPA finalized new restrictions last year that seek to reduce emissions from heavy-duty vehicles to 80 percent below the current standard. → Read More

Ohio Supreme Court orders changes to GOP-backed ballot measure at issue in abortion fight

Ohio Republicans are pushing an August ballot measure that would make it more difficult to amend the state's constitution through ballot initiatives. → Read More

Biden administration sending $115 million to address Jackson, Miss., water crisis

The funding is the first piece of a broader $600 million Congress approved in December to address the water crisis in Jackson, Miss., where residents last summer were left without running water for weeks. → Read More

Pence files paperwork to launch 2024 presidential campaign

Former vice president Mike Pence's campaign will create a highly unusual showdown between former president Donald Trump and the man who once served as his No. 2 in the White House. → Read More

Indian Prime Minister Modi invited to address joint meeting of Congress

It would be the second such address for Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, whose right-wing party has faced criticism for its anti-Muslim rhetoric and actions. → Read More

U.S. imposes sanctions on Sudan as violence breaks cease-fire agreements

The White House said it would also impose visa restrictions “against actors who are perpetuating the violence” in Sudan, where fighting between rival military forces broke out in April. → Read More

10 things to know about Ron DeSantis as he joins 2024 presidential race

The policies DeSantis has implemented as governor of Florida, along with the culture-war battles he has waged, illuminate what his blueprint for America would be. → Read More

Amid debt ceiling impasse, House GOP auctions off lip balm for $100,000

Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene bid $100,000 to win a lip balm — and a fundraising visit from House Speaker Kevin McCarthy — in an auction to benefit the House GOP's campaign arm. → Read More

GOP donor denies influence over Clarence Thomas, despite lavish gifts

In an interview with the Atlantic, the Dallas billionaire said the two do not discuss Supreme Court cases, which are "off limits." → Read More

Mayoral losses deal blow to GOP in conservative strongholds

In upsets in Jacksonville, Fla., and Colorado Springs, Donna Deegan and Yemi Mobolade said they defeated their Republican opponents by focusing on local issues. → Read More

Biden vetoes resolution that would have restored solar tariffs

In November, the Biden administration issued a two-year suspension on tariffs on solar panels imported from Cambodia, Malaysia, Thailand and Vietnam. → Read More

Feinstein, recovering from shingles, casts Senate vote after long absence

The California Democrat had been absent since February after she was hospitalized with shingles, complicating things for Senate Democrats and their narrow majority. → Read More

Manchin to oppose EPA nominees over proposal to limit power plant emissions

Sen. Joe Manchin III (D-W.Va.) is against an EPA proposal that would impose standards on fossil-fuel-burning power plants with the aim of drastically cutting power plant emissions by 2040. → Read More

Neera Tanden named new White House domestic policy adviser

Tanden, 52, currently serves as senior advisor and staff secretary to President Biden and would be the first Asian American to head the Domestic Policy Council. → Read More

Officials warn that China, Russia will exploit chaos if U.S. defaults

Officials from the Treasury Department and other experts have warned that the United States could default on its debt as early as June 1 if Congress does not take action. → Read More