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On 18 October, Joe Biden travelled to Tel Aviv to reaffirm his support for Israel, despite mounting criticisms of Netanyahu’s strikes on Gaza from the party’s left flank. Brendan Smialowski/AFP

Israel-Hamas War: What political consequences for Joe Biden?

Given its unprecedented scale and nature, could the Israel-Hamas war reshuffle the cards in the U.S. 2024 presidential campaign?
Janet Protasiewicz is sworn in as a state Supreme Court justice at the Wisconsin Capitol on Aug. 1, 2023. Sara Stathas for The Washington Post via Getty Images

Wisconsin GOP’s impeachment threat against state Supreme Court justice is unsupported by law and would undermine judicial independence

Impeaching a recently elected Wisconsin Supreme Court justice for conduct neither criminal nor corrupt would negate the people’s votes – and strike a blow at judicial independence.
Demonstrators hold Confederate flags near the monument for Confederacy President Jefferson Davis on June 25, 2015, in Richmond, Va., after it was spray-painted with the phrase ‘Black Lives Matter.’ AP Photo/Steve Helber

When Confederate-glorifying monuments went up in the South, voting in Black areas went down

The drive to remove Confederate monuments links those monuments to modern racism. An economic historian shows that the intent and effect of those monuments from inception was to perpetuate racism.
Speaker Kevin McCarthy said the House would vote on a debt ceiling bill ‘within weeks.’ AP Photo/Seth Wenig

Speaker McCarthy lays out initial cards in debt ceiling debate: 5 essential reads on why it’s a high-stakes game

House Speaker Kevin McCarthy agreed to raise the debt ceiling – and avoid an unprecedented US default – but only if Democrats agree to freeze spending and agree to several other demands.
Eugene Debs, center, imprisoned at the Atlanta Federal Prison, was notified of his nomination for the presidency on the socialist ticket by a delegation of leading socialists who came from New York to Atlanta. George Rinhart/Corbis via Getty Images

The presidential campaign of Convict 9653

Can you run for president from a prison cell? One man did in the 1920 election and got almost a million votes.
Catherine Cortez Masto, a Democrat, celebrates her re-election to a U.S. Senate seat representing Nevada in November 2022. AP Photo/Ellen Schmidt

How Democrats won the West

Democrats have ridden the West to presidential electoral success since 1992, reversing their poor performances from the 1950s through the 1980s.

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