Susan Davis

USA Today

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Chief congressional reporter for USA Today; former congressional correspondent for the National Journal

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Congress has until Friday to pass the $40 billion budget for the Department of Homeland Security.

Deadline Looms for Funding Homeland Security

Congress has until Friday to pass the $40 billion budget for the Department of Homeland Security.

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Republicans in Congress are divided over immigration reform, but just last week — after a retreat in Maryland — House Speaker John Boehner  released a set of Republican principles  for…

House May Not Take Up Immigration Reform After All

Republicans in Congress are divided over immigration reform, but just last week — after a retreat in Maryland — House Speaker John Boehner released a set of Republican principles for…

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Last night, members of Congress produced a $1 trillion spending plan to fund the government for the rest of the fiscal year and avoid another shutdown.

Congress Unveils $1 Trillion Spending Bill

Last night, members of Congress produced a $1 trillion spending plan to fund the government for the rest of the fiscal year and avoid another shutdown.

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Dr. Gabor Maté’s new book strips back the realities of the neoliberal system that has been plaguing the health of US and the world citizens.

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Protestors interrupted the first meeting of the new LA City Council today, continuing a chaotic string of days for the city’s government.

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Esteemed physician Dr. Stephen Bezruchka explains why spending the most in the midst of inequality and flawed politics produces an unhealthy prognosis.

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The FBI, CIA, NSA and other agencies have historically exploited their power but their limits appear boundless in the modern age.

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