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Government shutdown 2019

The partial shutdown could delay economic data, too

by Justin Ho Dec 26, 2018
We’re now five days into the partial government shutdown. While the Senate is expected to reconvene Thursday and resume negotiations over how to end the shutdown, odds are that it’ll continue into January. The impasse is already cutting into the…
The sun begins to rise over Washington as the federal government is in a partial shutdown, on Dec. 23, 2018 in Washington, DC. 
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Marketplace Tech Blogs

How the midterm elections could shape tech policy

by Molly Wood Nov 9, 2018
Congress is changing. And so is its attitude toward tech.
Tennessee Republican Marsha Blackburn, who won a Senate seat in Tuesday's election, has ties to the telecom industry. 
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With midterm elections just days away, candidates focus on health care

by Kimberly Adams Oct 24, 2018
The ads tell the story as Democrats and Republicans work to ease voters' fears about pre-existing conditions.
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With midterm elections just days away, candidates focus on health care

by Kimberly Adams Oct 24, 2018
The ads tell the story as Democrats and Republicans work to ease voters' fears about pre-existing conditions.
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Brett Kavanaugh and the missing women on the Senate Judiciary Committee

by Danielle Chiriguayo Sep 26, 2018
Fundamental questions about workplace diversity and privilege are playing out in Congress as the Judiciary Committee meets to consider the Supreme Court nomination.
Judge Brett Kavanaugh is sworn in by Chuck Grassley, rear, the chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, during his confirmation hearing to be an associate justice on the U.S. Supreme Court on Sept. 4.
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Facebook, Twitter pledge to defend against foreign intrusion

by Associated Press Sep 5, 2018
Facebook’s No. 2 executive, Sheryl Sandberg, and Twitter’s CEO, Jack Dorsey, testified before the Senate intelligence committee.
Facebook chief operating officer Sheryl Sandberg and Twitter chief executive officer Jack Dorsey are sworn-in for a Senate Intelligence Committee hearing concerning foreign influence operations' use of social media platforms, on Capitol Hill, Sept. 5, 2018 in Washington, DC. 
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First-time candidates rush to staff up for the elections

by Kimberly Adams Aug 28, 2018
With hundreds of first-time candidates on the ballot across the country this year, many are learning the ropes of campaigning as they go.
Kerri Evelyn Harris and staff decorate their new campaign headquarters ahead of an opening celebration.
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Did our lack of trust in Big Cable sway the net neutrality vote?

by Molly Wood, Stephanie Hughes, and Shaheen Ainpour May 18, 2018
The rules aren't likely to be resurrected soon. But the Senate vote did accomplish something.
Demonstrators outside the Federal Communications Commission building in Washington, D.C., in December protest the end of net neutrality rules.
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Mulvaney on the CFPB: "We need to be a regulator, not somebody's child"

by Kai Ryssdal Apr 20, 2018
The acting director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau talks about the agency's decision to fine Wells Fargo.
Then Rep. Mick Mulvaney (R-SC) testifies before the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee during his confirmation hearing to be the next director of the Office of Management and Budget on Jan. 24, 2017 in Washington, DC.
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Congress OKs $1.3 trillion budget, averting another shutdown

by Associated Press Mar 23, 2018
But an unusual glitch arose when Sen. James Risch, R-Idaho, wanted to remove a provision to rename a forest in his home state.
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