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What to watch for in Biden's first joint address to Congress

What to watch for in Biden's first joint address to Congress

Subscribe to Here’s the Deal, our politics newsletter for analysis you won’t find anywhere else.Leave a commentcommentsPresident Joe Biden will mark the conclusion of his first 100 days in office with on Wednesday. During the address, Biden will outline his legislative priorities and share his administration’s accomplishments so far, including overturning a number of Trump-era policies and signing a $1.9 trillion economic relief package.President Biden’s address will begin at 9 p.m. ET on April 28. Watch in the video player above.The event comes as the White House and congressional...

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How infrastructure has historically promoted inequality

How infrastructure has historically promoted inequality

Subscribe to Here’s the Deal, our politics newsletter for analysis you won’t find anywhere else.Leave a commentcommentsIt’s no secret that U.S. infrastructure is struggling. This year’s gave the country a C-, citing public roadways in “poor or mediocre” condition, “structurally deficient” bridges and aging power grids.But what has historically received less attention is the role infrastructure construction and maintenance have played in promoting inequality and racial segregation.“There is racism physically built into some of our highways,” Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg with the...

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A yearslong push to ban hair discrimination is gaining momentum

A yearslong push to ban hair discrimination is gaining momentum

Subscribe to Here’s the Deal, our politics newsletter for analysis you won’t find anywhere else.Leave a commentcommentsAs a young Black professional, Michigan state Rep. Sarah Anthony said she vividly recalls mentors saying that wearing straightened hair would be better for her career than wearing her natural curls.Her curly hair would be seen as a “distraction,” or would “make the employer uncomfortable,” Anthony recalls being told by other Black women. Anthony’s experiences with anxiety and fear over the professional impact of her hairstyle are not unique. Though stories of Black people...

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Your guide to Inauguration Day

Your guide to Inauguration Day

Subscribe to Here’s the Deal, our politics newsletter for analysis you won’t find anywhere else.Leave a commentcommentsPresidential inaugurations are steeped in tradition: a peaceful transfer of power, parades, balls and celebration.“Our history has been that even when one candidate doesn’t win, we accept the results. We move on and we wish the new president well,” said Jim Bendat, a presidential inauguration historian.But this year’s swearing in of President-elect Joe Biden on Jan. 20 will be different.A deadly Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol by supporters of President Donald Trump led...

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How the AP calls races and what to expect on election night

How the AP calls races and what to expect on election night

Subscribe to Here’s the Deal, our politics newsletter for analysis you won’t find anywhere else.Leave a commentcommentsThe coronavirus pandemic and a historic surge in voting early and by mail have sparked a number of questions about election night, among them: What will calling races look like, and when will we have results?Since 1848, the Associated Press has played a key role in calculating the U.S. presidential election results. This year, it’s had to adjust for some unusual circumstances as it prepares to determine winners in more than 7,000 races for seats in state legislatures,...

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States take lessons from chaotic primary season to prepare for an unprecedented election

States take lessons from chaotic primary season to prepare for an unprecedented election

Subscribe to Here’s the Deal, our politics newsletter for analysis you won’t find anywhere else.Leave a commentcommentsIt took nearly six weeks after New York’s June 23 primary to get final results from two closely followed U.S. House races. In California, the Associated Press calculated that election officials rejected more than , about 1.5 percent of the state’s total mail-in ballots from the March 6 presidential primaries, as a result of mistakes such as missing signatures. In June, many Georgia voters waited for hours to cast their in-person ballots for primary races, due to a reduced...

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