Alice Stewart

Republican consultant

Republican consultant

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Reagan’s legacy loomed over this week’s GOP debate. But do candidates’ policies line up with his vision? Plus, Trump and Biden make their pitch to auto workers.

Party of Reagan: Does it offer something different?

Reagan’s legacy loomed over this week’s GOP debate. But do candidates’ policies line up with his vision? Plus, Trump and Biden make their pitch to auto workers.

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The UAW strike provides another test for the president’s pro-union reputation. Plus, how will Congress respond to this week’s visit from Ukraine’s Zelensky?

Amid UAW strike, what is Biden’s reputation with the labor movement?

The UAW strike provides another test for the president’s pro-union reputation. Plus, how will Congress respond to this week’s visit from Ukraine’s Zelensky?

from Left, Right & Center

New York City’s mayor calls out the White House for not adequately supporting asylum seekers, and an elected judge faces threats of impeachment in Wisconsin.

Will rift over migrant crisis lead to trouble or solutions?

New York City’s mayor calls out the White House for not adequately supporting asylum seekers, and an elected judge faces threats of impeachment in Wisconsin.

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SoCal museums are reshaping exhibits as federal regulations now require them to secure Native American tribal consent before displaying cultural items.

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