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President Biden has $1 trillion to spend upgrading the nation’s roads, bridges, and pipes—and he’s tasked Mitch Landrieu with doling out the cash. 🚨 Tune in for a LIVE Q&A with @MitchLandrieu46  hosted by BGov's @courtneyrozen  at noon ET tomorrow.

A group of Senate Democrats led by Kirsten Gillibrand are seeking to scrap the law that prohibits the use of Defense Department money to perform abortions.

Biden said a US recession isn’t inevitable and acknowledged that aides warned him about the inflationary risk of his flagship relief bill, while insisting that he won’t soften his stance on Russia even if it costs him re-election.

Today the primaries are hitting Arizona, most notably for governor and the GOP candidate who will face off against Sen. Mark Kelly. Former President Donald Trump's clout is also on the line.

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The Biden administration is pressuring labor unions and freight-rail operators to agree on a new contract before a Friday deadline to avert a strike that risks disrupting the US economy and undermining Democrats’ midterm election prospects.

BREAKING: Amtrak said it will cancel all long distance trains starting Sept. 15 as a national rail strike looms.

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Ron Johnson, Wisconsin’s Republican SenatorNick Luna, Trump’s personal attendant ✅ Kayleigh McEnany, press secretary

NEW: Alex Padilla, Jon Ossoff, and Raphael Warnock were sworn in as U.S. senators by VP Harris shortly after the Senate was called into session.

The Duchess of Sussex has been an outspoken advocate for federal paid family leave laws in the U.S.

Montana defies voting trends and often splits tickets with its votes for the upper house. Here's a look at the state's heated race between Senator Steve Daines and Governor Steve Bullock ?

JUST IN: The Air Force is reviewing whether to turn over any of its military installations to the new Space Force service, according to internal plans compiled by the Pentagon.

Trump vetoed the U.S. defense policy bill after Congress refused to include language that would eliminate Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act. Here's what you need to know about Section 230 ⬇️

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The U.S. government spent over $440 billion last year. How was the money spent? #BGOV200 

Trump’s trial is almost certain to end in an acquittal, yet it will deliver a public reckoning for his presidency and influence whether his populist base continue to dominate the Republican Party.

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