Catie Edmondson

New York Times congressional reporter

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After months of pressure, Speaker Mike Johnson has called a series of votes on foreign aid packages. Hard-right Republicans threaten to oust him if he follows through.

House Speaker Johnson’s Ukraine vote may cost him his job

After months of pressure, Speaker Mike Johnson has called a series of votes on foreign aid packages. Hard-right Republicans threaten to oust him if he follows through.

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Republicans in Congress are struggling to defend the president against the growing impeachment inquiry.

Why GOP senators up for reelection might break with Trump over impeachment

Republicans in Congress are struggling to defend the president against the growing impeachment inquiry.

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