Uphill covers the most important—and sometimes overlooked—policy debates unfolding in Congress, and the personalities behind them.
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Plus: Kevin McCarthy mulls the math for his speakership bid, and what comes next for the January 6 committee.
Religious freedom advocates don’t all agree on the Respect for Marriage Act.
Plus: An interview with former House Speaker Paul Ryan.
Plus: Will moderates flex any muscle? And a look at Democrats’ debt ceiling calculus.
A narrow Republican majority would give the group tremendous leverage over House leadership.
Republicans prepare to take back the House—and make life difficult for President Joe Biden.
What are Republicans’ plans if they take the majority?
Capitol Police have made changes to respond to threats over the past year, but the tide keeps rising.
Cori Bush’s memoir, which includes gut-wrenching stories of two abortions, illuminates the medical trials many black women endure.
A group of Democrats is urging the White House to pursue a diplomatic end to Russia’s war as Republican support for Ukraine aid may be waning.
Democrats may want to act on the debt ceiling and Ukraine aid, but that’s easier said than done.
The recommendation, serious or not, underscores a surprising level of intensity around shipping policy.
Some lawmakers want the Biden administration to take a harder line on Saudi Arabia following OPEC’s decision to cut oil production.
The measure has support from the Pentagon but faces hurdles in the Senate.
But first the House has to pass a government funding bill, and the lame-duck session is looking packed.
An official sheds light on challenges in enforcing the Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act.