Colonial Pipeline CEO ‘deeply sorry’ for impact of ransomware attack

Colonial Pipeline CEO Joseph Blount testified in front of the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee on June 8. Read more: https://wapo.st/3pzJkAT. Subscribe...

How Republican rhetoric on the Capitol attack shifted in less than six months

The Fix’s Aaron Blake analyzes how some congressional Republicans have tried to spin and explain away the Jan. 6 Capitol attack in the months...

Politicians weigh approaches to cybersecurity

In light of recent ransomware attacks, politicians made the case for different approaches to cybersecurity on June 6. Read more: https://wapo.st/3iiAmXb. Subscribe to The...

How a Mississippi anti-abortion law could lead to overturning Roe v. Wade

An upcoming Supreme Court review of a Mississippi abortion law could pave the way for many other state laws that restrict or ban the...

The Maryland county where Black women hold the political power

In Maryland's Prince George's County, Angela D. Alsobrooks, the first female county executive, has assembled a fleet of other Black women to help her...

UFOs: What lawmakers, White House officials keep talking about them

From former president Barack Obama to Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.), here's what lawmakers have said about UFOs in the past. Subscribe to The Washington...

Why Biden’s packed summer legislative agenda has a time limit

President Biden and Congress have a short amount of time this summer to pass legislation on infrastructure and other issues before a potential debt...

Biden speaks about late son Beau and personal connection to Memorial Day

President Biden honored his son and the country's fallen heroes at Arlington National Cemetery in observance of Memorial Day on May 31. Subscribe to...

Buttigieg says he wants ‘clear direction’ on infrastructure by June 7

Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg on May 30 said bipartisan negotiations continue on President Biden’s infrastructure plan, but there needs to be “a clear direction”...

Lawmakers keep pushing for probe into Jan. 6 Capitol attack

Despite Senate Republicans blocking legislation to create a Jan. 6 commission, members of Congress remained optimistic on May 30 about another investigation. Read more:...

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