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GOP steps up flirtation with Manchin
By ARIS FOLLEY AND JORDAIN CARNEY
 
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Republicans are flirting with Sen. Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.) as he faces backlash from his own party over his opposition to Build Back Better. 

GOP senators, most of whom are friendly with Manchin, are making it clear they would welcome him into their caucus, where they think he would be a good fit given West Virginia’s deep red political leanings. 

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Biden extends student loan freeze to May 1
By SYLVAN LANE AND ALEX GANGITANO
 
President Biden on Wednesday extended the pandemic moratorium on federal student loan payments and interest accrual through May 1 amid surging cases of COVID-19.
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Jan. 6 panel seeks sit-down with Jim Jordan
By REBECCA BEITSCH
 
The House committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol is asking Rep. Jim Jordan (R-Ohio), an ardent supporter of former President Trump, to voluntarily sit down with its investigators.

In a Wednesday letter to Jordan, the committee contended that he was in regular communication with Trump leading up to the election and thereafter.

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Biden resists shutdowns as omicron threat rises
By MORGAN CHALFANT AND NATHANIEL WEIXEL
 
President Biden is resisting school closures and other shutdown measures in the face of the highly transmissible omicron variant as the public grows increasingly weary about a seemingly never-ending pandemic and confusion over mixed messages from health officials.
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Biden expresses some regret for COVID-19 test shortage
By MORGAN CHALFANT
 
President Biden said Wednesday that the current shortage of coronavirus tests is not a failure of his administration but expressed regret that he did not ramp up supplies sooner ahead of the rapid spread of the omicron variant.
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FDA authorizes Pfizer pill to treat COVID-19 in major advance
By PETER SULLIVAN
 
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) on Wednesday authorized a new COVID-19 treatment from Pfizer, the first pill to treat the virus to become available.

The pill, known as Paxlovid, is seen as a major step forward in the fight against the virus, with trials showing it reduced the risk of hospitalization or death by 89 percent in high-risk patients.

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Supreme Court to hear challenges to vaccine mandates in early January
By HARPER NEIDIG
 
The Supreme Court will hear legal challenges to the Biden administration's employer vaccine mandates next month, the justices announced Wednesday night, setting a rapid schedule for the cases.
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Clyburn tests positive for COVID-19 in breakthrough case
By CAROLINE VAKIL
 
House Majority Whip James Clyburn (D-S.C.) announced on Wednesday evening that he tested positive for COVID-19 in a breakthrough case of the virus.
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McConnell urges Thune to run for reelection amid retirement talk
By JORDAIN CARNEY
 
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) is urging Sen. John Thune (R-S.D.), a close ally and his No. 2, to run for reelection next year as Thune weighs retiring.

Asked on Wednesday about the possibility that Thune retires, McConnell told conservative radio host Hugh Hewitt, “I certainly hope he won't.”

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Rep. Madison Cawthorn and wife to divorce
By JUDY KURTZ 
 
Rep. Madison Cawthorn and his wife are divorcing after less than a year of marriage, with the North Carolina Republican citing his job in Congress as part of the reason for the split.
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Where are our COVID-19 tests?
By CHRISTINE KEEVES, MPH, AND KRISTIN URQUIZA, MPA
 
OPINION | After a year of massive campaigning and infrastructure creation to get “shots in arms,” we are wondering where are our COVID-19 tests? Especially after the idea of getting “tests in hands” was laughable to White House Press Secretary Psaki, and as we head into weeks of indoor family gatherings across the country, testing is one of the most important steps we can take in reducing the spread of COVID-19 and all its variants.
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Persuading the vaccine-reluctant: Meet people where they are
By JOHN FARMER JR
 
OPINION | One year after vaccines to combat COVID-19 began to be administered in America, there is both good and bad news to report. The good news is that, according to Our World in Data, 201 million Americans have been fully vaccinated against the disease. The bad news is that this represents only 60.9 percent of the population, the lowest vaccination rate among the world’s wealthiest democracies.  
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The Associated Press: Omicron less likely to put you in the hospital, studies say
By LAURA UNGAR AND MIKE STOBBE
 
Two new British studies provide some early hints that the omicron variant of the coronavirus may be milder than the delta version.
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The Washington Post: Election officials face growing pressure campaign by Trump allies to revisit 2020 vote
By AMY GARDNER, EMMA BROWN AND JOSH DAWSEY
 
Well-funded allies of the former president have gained audiences with top state officials to push for examinations of the vote, and local residents have bombarded election administrators with their own demands to investigate.
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The New York Times: Heir apparent or afterthought? The frustrations of Kamala Harris.
By KATIE ROGERS AND ZOLAN KANNO-YOUNGS
 
The vice president’s allies are increasingly concerned that President Biden relied on her to win but does not need her to govern.
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The Wall Street Journal: Confronting inflation, Biden administration turns to oil industry it once shunned
By CHRISTOPHER M. MATTHEWS, TIMOTHY PUKO AND COLLIN EATON
 
U.S. producers, chastised about climate change, balk at White House’s call for more drilling to rein in gasoline prices.
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Reuters: Putin: We don't want conflict over Ukraine
By REUTERS STAFF
 
Russia wants to avoid conflict with Ukraine and the West, President Vladimir Putin said on Thursday.
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