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Recent articles by Alayna:

Nobody likes debt limit deal except McConnell and Schumer

The temporary bandaid does nothing to solve the broader issue facing Congress. → Read More

Leaked emails show Bernie Sanders' refusal to condemn Kyrsten Sinema harassment

The exchange is emblematic of the hostility between the two obstinate members of the Senate. → Read More

Mitch McConnell proposes debt limit deal to avoid default

The U.S. government will default on its debt on Oct. 18 if Congress fails to act. → Read More

Chamber of Commerce withdraws support of $1.2T infrastructure deal after GOP freeze out

The news comes just hours after House Republicans booted the group from key strategy calls. → Read More

Biden floats roughly $2 trillion price tag for reconciliation

Biden went to Capitol Hill Friday afternoon to deliver bad news for both moderates and progressives. → Read More

House Democrats strip Iron Dome money from government funding bill

The money was removed after backlash from progressives and underscores the deep divisions within the party over Israel. → Read More

Pelosi may have to rely on Republicans to pass bipartisan infrastructure bill

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi may need to rely on Republicans votes to pass the bipartisan infrastructure bill. → Read More

Debt ceiling standoff: Both sides dare other to blink first

As of now there is no serious plan to stave off what many members are calling the worst case scenario. → Read More

First look: Senate GOP's campaign arm raises $8 million in August

The NRSC saw the spike after criticism of the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan, and amid rising COVID cases. → Read More

House Republicans target Dems on inflation, not Afghanistan

Republicans still believe inflation is their most potent line of attack against Democrats. → Read More

Senate passes $1.2 trillion bipartisan infrastructure package

It now faces an uphill battle in the House. → Read More

Infrastructure bills face House chaos

The myopic focus on the bipartisan group of Senate negotiators overlooks House progressives and others ready to pounce. → Read More

GOP doubters unswayed by Jan. 6 testimony

House Republicans to doubled down on their criticism that the investigation is purely political. → Read More

Tim Scott sets new July goal for Senate to pass police reform bill

"I don't think we can do this, after this month, if we're not finished." → Read More

Supreme Court’s ACA ruling saves Republicans from themselves

Most GOP lawmakers privately admit (and some even say publicly) they don't want to deal with health care again. → Read More

Scoop: House members urged to jump on inflation fears

The memo directs GOP lawmakers to tie inflation to the White House's economic agenda. → Read More

35 House Republicans vote with Democrats to pass bill establishing Jan. 6 commission

The bipartisan vote underscores the fault lines within the Republican party in the aftermath of the insurrection. → Read More

McConnell opposes current version of Jan. 6 commission, sources say

He made the remarks during a closed-door caucus lunch on Tuesday. → Read More

House Republicans remove Liz Cheney from leadership over Trump opposition

The stunning move caps months of growing frustrations over her criticisms of Trump. → Read More

Pelosi's Republican playbook

The spectrum of her tactical range for fighting her opponents will be on full display this week. → Read More