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New York Times - Politics

In Rebuke to Trump, Supreme Court Allows Release of Jan. 6 Files

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House Jan. 6 Committee Subpoenas White Nationalist Figures

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Newly Declassified Video Shows U.S. Killing of 10 Civilians in Drone Strike

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Biden Predicts Putin Will Order Ukraine Invasion, but 'Will Regret Having Done It'

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Times -- Video -- Senate Republicans Block Voting Rights Legislation -- Democrats failed to secure enough votes to pass the voting rights legislation that they say would counter widespread voter suppression efforts. -- Reuters

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After a day of debate, the voting rights bill is blocked in the Senate. -- Without the votes to change Senate rules, Democrats had no avenue for overcoming a Republican filibuster against legislation intended to offset new state voting restrictions. -- Carl Hulse

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The On Politics Newsletter - How Jan. 6 Gave the 14th Amendment New Life - Legal scholars say a long-forgotten provision of the Constitution could bar from office anyone who encouraged the Capitol riot. By - Blake Hounshell - and - Leah Askarinam

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Biden Will Provide 400 Million N95 Masks for Free Starting Next Week -- The masks will be distributed at pharmacies and community health centers, but some public health experts said the effort was coming too late. -- Sheryl Gay Stolberg

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Times -- Video -- Biden Says Putin Will Pay a 'Dear Price' if Russia Invades Ukraine -- President Biden said he expected President Vladimir Putin of Russia to invade Ukraine after more than 100,000 Russian troops amassed at the border over the past several months. -- The Associated Press

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Times -- Video -- Senator Scott Criticizes Comparing Voting Restrictions to Jim Crow -- Senators Tim Scott and Cory Booker clashed over calling Republican-backed voting legislation "Jim Crow 2.0." -- The Associated Press

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Biden says he will pursue a scaled-back agenda as he defends his first year in office. -- President Biden reserved his most aggressive language for Republicans in Congress, accusing them of conspiring to block everything that his administration has tried to do. -- Michael D. Shear

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