The Gaps Between the Law and Artificial Intelligence

The burgeoning AI industry is raising questions for which federal law has few answers.

House GOP’s Afghanistan Investigation Kicks Off

Members will examine the chaotic August 2021 evacuation of Afghan allies.

The Regulatory Battle over Abortion Pills Heats Up

Plus: Turmoil at the Federal Trade Commission.

A Brewing Crisis in Mexico

Budget cuts to the agency that oversees elections have sparked protests and present an even greater threat.

Congress Wades Into D.C. Crime Policy

President Biden has vowed not to veto a Republican-led measure that would reverse an overhaul of the capital’s criminal code.

A Warning to the U.S. From Brazil and Iran 

A docking by Iranian warships in Rio de Janeiro challenges the Biden administration.

Lawmakers May Find Common Ground on a Sweeping Privacy Law

A bipartisan coalition in the House hopes the divided Congress can make a deal.

Millions May Lose Their Pandemic Medicaid Coverage

The expiration of a temporary pandemic measure could cause headaches for states and Medicaid enrollees.

Getting Away With Murder, Sort Of

The dangerous marriage of elitism and populism.

How Corporate Greed Helped Save Europe

When war broke out, countries were able to wean themselves from Russian energy.

The Daunting Task the New China Committee Faces

A new House panel debuts with a prime-time hearing and questions about how to address threats from the Chinese government.

Untangling the Chinese Knot

We shouldn’t glibly conflate China’s economic challenge with its military-strategic threat.

Supreme Court Seems Poised to Sink Biden’s Student Loan Cancellation

Plus: Lori Lightfoot becomes the first Chicago mayor to lose reelection in decades.

Lawmakers Elevate Human Rights Ahead of First CCP Hearing

The select committee on competition with China meets tonight to lay out the threat posed by China.

Biden’s Immigration Saga

Supporters and detractors alike say Biden’s new immigration plan sounds a lot like his predecessor’s.

How to Lose Elections and Still Cut Taxes

Quirky circumstances may give Michigan Republicans bragging rights even though Democrats control the state legislature and governorship.