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Center for Political Science: News of the Day
  1. What To Know About The High-Stakes Congressional Standoff
    The U.S. government is facing the possibility of having to shut down on Thursday evening. On Capitol Hill, talks to avoid that are getting increasingly complicated.

  2. Arizona Recount Of 2020 Election Ballots Found No Proof Of Corruption
    A GOP-backed review of the 2020 presidential election in Arizona's largest county found no proof of former President Trump's lies about a stolen election.

  3. The Battle Over Biden's Infrastructure Bill Continues
    NPR's Scott Simon speaks to Rep. Josh Gottheimer D-N.J., about why he wants the vote for the infrastructure bill to take place on Monday even as his own party stands divided on several provisions.

  4. Week In Politics: Booster Shots, Haitian Migrants, Jan. 6 Investigation Committee
    The pandemic, migration crisis, and Congressional gridlock continue to create stumbling blocks for the Biden administration.

  5. Rural Hospitals Worry They Will Lose Staff Because Of Biden's New Vaccine Mandate
    In rural areas, hospitals and clinics are worried they'll be left short if staff quit rather than get COVID-19 vaccines required by the Biden administration's new mandate.

  6. Quad Countries Have 1st In-Person Summit At The White House
    President Biden hosted the first face to face summit with leaders of Japan, Australia and India. The four countries are known as the Quad and see themselves as a democratic bulwark against China.

  7. Disagreements Among Democrats In Congress Are Holding Up Biden's Legislative Agenda
    President Biden's legislative agenda hangs in the balance, in large part due to disagreements among Congress members within his own party. Democratic leaders are trying to chart a path forward.

  8. Germany's Sunday Election Will Determine Who Will Replace Angela Merkel
    The election in Germany will make the end of an era ? after 16 years as chancellor, Angela Merkel plans to step aside. The vote could also see her party out of power.

  9. Republican-Led Election Review In Arizona Determines Biden Did Indeed Win
    A widely discredited Republican-led review of the 2020 election in Arizona's biggest county has determined that Joe Biden indeed got more votes there than Donald Trump.

  10. 'View' Co-Hosts Test Positive For COVID Moments Before Harris Interview
    Two hosts of the The View were pulled live from the program on Friday, just before the vice president was scheduled to join them onstage for an in-person interview.

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