r/politics Dec 30 '20

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r/politics 1h ago

The "What happened in your state last week?" Megathread, Week 24

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r/politics 3h ago

Justice Department national security chief resigns over snooping on Democrats

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r/politics 6h ago

Teachers Across the Country Are Protesting Laws That Stop Them From Talking About Systemic Racism | “We, the undersigned educators, refuse to lie to young people about U.S. history and current events—regardless of the law.”

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r/politics 6h ago

Millennials are about to get screwed yet again if Biden doesn't cancel student-loan debt

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r/politics 4h ago

Boeing Restarts Donations to the So-Called ‘Sedition Caucus’

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r/politics 3h ago

The Price of No Consequences for Trump - Joe Biden and Merrick Garland are acting like Donald Trump was a crazy dream. But the threat to American democracy will only get worse the longer we ignore it.

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r/politics 5h ago

Top Democrats say it's 'beyond belief' that Trump DOJ leaders didn't know about the secret subpoenas targeting their party's lawmakers

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r/politics 5h ago

Bernie Sanders says the Biden campaign made him feel welcome while Hillary Clinton's 'tolerated' him

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r/politics 7h ago

Juan Williams: GOP preparing the ground to steal an election

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r/politics 7h ago

Former Harvard psychiatrist Lance Dodes: Trump's psychosis is still an "enormous danger" | Retired Harvard professor warns that Trump is untreatable — and could create a police state if he returns to power

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r/politics 5h ago

Democracy Is Already Dying in the States

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r/politics 4h ago

Coronavirus infections dropping where people are vaccinated, rising where they are not, Post analysis finds

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r/politics 7h ago

Kayleigh McEnany claims she 'never lied' as Trump's White House press secretary

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r/politics 5h ago

On global stage, Biden enjoys respect Trump could only dream of

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r/politics 3h ago

GOP Rep. Tom Rice says he voted for Trump's impeachment because 'what he did in my mind is what dictators do'

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r/politics 5h ago

Revealed: rightwing firm posed as leftist group on Facebook to divide Democrats | FEC investigation failed to uncover link to Rally Forge, a firm with close ties to Turning Point USA

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r/politics 3h ago

Vermont becomes first state to reach 80% vaccine threshold

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r/politics 2h ago

California Defies Doom With #1 U.S. Economy

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r/politics 9h ago

US food banks brace for demand as Republicans end unemployment benefits | 19.3 million adults said in late May that their households didn’t get enough food to eat while several states have started to cut benefits

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r/politics 6h ago

Ties with Biden more natural after 'awkward' Trump, Dutch PM says

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r/politics 4h ago

McConnell signals GOP would block Biden Supreme Court pick in '24

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r/politics 2h ago

David Op’t Hof: The Constitution does not support insurrection - Threatening violence when you don’t win an election is not the way America works.

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r/politics 3h ago

Forget Putin, Merkel, and Macron. It’s Manchin, Sinema, and Feinstein Who Need the Democracy Lecture.

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r/politics 7h ago

Democrats demand testimony from Trump's attorneys general as media executives seek answers

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r/politics 1h ago

Ron Johnson: People Will Die if YouTube Won’t Let Me Give Them Terrible Medical Advice

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r/politics 5h ago

The Supreme Court Has Carved Out One Religious Exemption After Another. The Next May Be A Blow To LGBTQ Rights.

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