Infrastructure Deal Is Back on Track After Biden’s Assurances

Moderate Republicans said they believed that the $1.2 trillion bill, which they suggested they could now begin drafting, would have enough G.O.P. support to pass the Senate.

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Biden Ends Infrastructure Talks With Republicans, Falling Short of a Deal

After weeks of failed efforts to bridge deep divides, the president pulled the plug, turning to a bipartisan group to try to salvage a chance at compromise.

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If There Was a Republican Civil War, It Appears to Be Over

The party belongs to Trump for as long as he wants it.

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Why Seven Republican Senators Voted to Convict Trump

The Republicans who broke with their party to find Donald J. Trump guilty were an eclectic group, bound by their shared lack of concern about retribution from the former president or his followers.

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Here are the seven Republicans who voted to convict Trump.

The vote was the most bipartisan for a presidential impeachment conviction in United States history.

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Donald Trump’s Impeachment Legacy: Violent Extremism

Whether or not Mr. Trump is convicted, the extremism that flourished under his administration is embedded in our politics.

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Why Bill Cassidy Broke With Senate Republicans and Backed Trump’s Trial

The Louisiana senator, usually a reliable conservative vote, angered Republicans by voting to continue with the impeachment trial. But he has increasingly shown an inclination toward pragmatism.

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Here Are the Republicans Who Voted to Proceed With Trump’s Trial

The result largely mirrored the tally last month, when the Senate voted to kill an attempt to dismiss the trial as unconstitutional.

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How Republicans Can Take the Lead in the Coronavirus Fight

The Senate can take a page from the market economies around the world that managed to fight the pandemic and safely restore normalcy.

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