David Hawkings

CQ Roll Call

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A senior editor at CQ Roll Call, David Hawkings has covered Washington for more than 25 years. He writes Roll Call's Hawkings Here blog. He is a former managing editor of CQ Weekly.

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The House passed a budget today already approved by the Senate. If the President signs off, it will pave the way to consideration of massive tax cuts.

House Republicans pass GOP budget

The House passed a budget today already approved by the Senate. If the President signs off, it will pave the way to consideration of massive tax cuts.

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Republicans control both the White House and Congress, but party unity may be on the decline.

Are Republicans turning their backs on Trump?

Republicans control both the White House and Congress, but party unity may be on the decline.

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Yesterday's attack on a Republican baseball practice  was one of 155 shootings involving four or more people since the first of this year. That's almost one such incident every day.

Gun violence strikes Congress: How will lawmakers respond?

Yesterday's attack on a Republican baseball practice was one of 155 shootings involving four or more people since the first of this year. That's almost one such incident every day.

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Polio cases have been identified in New York City, London, and Israel. But as long as you’re vaccinated, you should be protected, says UCSF’s Dr. Peter Chin-Hong.

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Fifty-two years ago, the Chicano Moratorium sought to underscore the costs of the Vietnam War among Latinos.

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Panelists discuss Florida Governor Ron DeSantis’ response to Hurricane Ian, the feminist protests sweeping Iran, and the potential consequences of the upcoming Supreme Court docket.

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A major water utility in Southern California has asked 4 million of its customers to stop watering their yards for two weeks while the company repairs a pipe.

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What are the risks of keeping the Diablo Canyon Nuclear Power Plant open? And an atheist and Muslim agree on what happens when people find religion through politics.

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