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Past articles by MaryAlice:

US preparing to approve evacuation from embassy in Ukraine: Sources

US preparing to approve evacuation from embassy in Ukraine. → Read More

Jan. 6 artifacts collected at American History Museum point to organization, planning and violence

Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History has a collection of artifacts from the Jan.6 Capitol riot. → Read More

Rep. Dan Kildee recounts 'traumatic' Jan. 6 attack, a year later

Michigan Rep. Dan Kildee gives a look at the attack on the U.S. Capitol from inside the building as the insurrection unfolded. → Read More

Russia may be 'looking to move further' into Ukraine, its foreign minister warns

The Russian government is "looking for the opportunity to move further" into Ukrainian territory, the country's foreign minister warned in an exclusive interview. → Read More

Climate change provisions remain crucial piece of reconciliation debate

Progressive leaders have been quick to underscore their commitment to the climate-related provisions in the sweeping budget package. → Read More

Line 3 pipeline resistance continues as activists ask Biden admin to shutdown project

If completed and fully operational, the line will be able to carry 760,000 barrels a day of Canadian oil from North Dakota to Wisconsin. → Read More

Progressive lawmakers urge extension of eviction moratorium

They argue that communities with lower vaccination rates and higher COVID-19 cases also often have many renters “at heightened risk of eviction.” → Read More

Our troops need more than a salute this Memorial Day. They need food.

Americans are used to showing their patriotism on Memorial Day, but experts say this holiday many of the nation’s troops need more than a salute -- ​they need food. → Read More

What Biden has done on climate change has activists applauding

This week Biden has doubled down on climate change, hosting an international virtual summit with 40 world leaders this Earth Day. → Read More

Advocacy groups step up to help Americans living in cars and on the street receive stimulus payments

Many of the most vulnerable people in the U.S. are struggling to access funds. → Read More

Over 200 businesses urge congressional leaders on federal paid family leave program

More than 200 businesses sent a letter to congressional leaders Tuesday urging action on a federal paid family leave program. → Read More

Partisan logjams loom for Biden: The Note

As President Joe Biden heads into another week in office, his message of unity may not pan-out the way he hoped. → Read More

Middle has its moment as Biden pitches plans: The Note

It will always be instructive to watch the progressive react to President Joe Biden. → Read More

Biden opens deal-making window in bid for new unity: The Note

President Joe Biden is operating in a rare political sweet spot. Now he wants to cut some deals. → Read More

Unity themes will get early tests in flurry of Biden actions: The Note

Whether Joe Biden can govern the way he has promised -- despite or even because of all the challenges -- could determine the health of the nation in more ways than one. → Read More

Political divides deepen Biden's COVID challenge: The Note

The political divides so evident at this moment are likely to enhance the difficulties President-elect Joe Biden will face. → Read More

Biden seeks early momentum on COVID and more: The Note

The hope is that addressing the pandemic through fast, bold action will lead to a broader national healing. → Read More

Seeds of 3rd party grow in Capitol siege’s wake: The Note

President Donald Trump made the party his own -- and it’s still his as this week closes, despite signs that it’s slipping from his grips. → Read More

Impeachment vote sets up challenge for Biden and new Senate: The Note

President Donald Trump was impeached for the second time. That may cause challenges for Biden at the beginning of his presidency. → Read More

GOP dam breaks as impeachment vote takes on greater meanings: The Note

President Donald Trump is about to become the first president to be impeached twice. The second one will almost certainly be the one that matters the most. → Read More