Uphill covers the most important—and sometimes overlooked—policy debates unfolding in Congress, and the personalities behind them.
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Plus: An early look at the House GOP’s Afghanistan withdrawal investigation.
Plus: The congressional response to the blockade on Armenians.
Lawmakers are laying the groundwork for economic sanctions on China if it invades Taiwan.
Plus: An interview with a newly appointed member of the China competition committee.
Rep. Thomas Massie, long a congressional contrarian, says he wants his role on the powerful Rules Committee to be constructive.
Republicans want to rein in spending but can’t agree on exactly what to ask for.
National leaders tolerate him while New York Republicans urge him to step down.
Plus, a new select committee on strategic competition with China.
In his speakership bid, Kevin McCarthy has promised conservatives open debate on spending bills.
Does Kevin McCarthy have a chance to appease his Freedom Caucus critics?
A look at what made the cut.
Hearings, legislative priorities, and some outside-the-box ideas.
Lawmakers consider a sweeping year-end funding package.
A look at one point of procedural leverage for House Republicans.
It includes assistance for Taiwan, weapons supply chain boosts, and a ban on Chinese semiconductor chips.
An interview with Rep. Chris Smith, plus a look at a bill condemning genocide in Ukraine.