Sunday's politics & policy stories


School banned from holding Catholic mass after flying BLM, LGBTQ Pride flags

Robert J. McManus, bishop of the Diocese of Worcester, Mass., delivers the benediction during commencement exercises at Worcester's Assumption College in 2013. Photo: Wendy Maeda/The Boston Globe via Getty Images

Republican senators face pushback from both sides on gun control

Sen. Mike Lee (R-Utah) speaks during a news conference in the Capitol on Tuesday, July 20, 2021. Photo: Bill Clark/CQ-Roll Call via Getty Images

Border agents set new record amid historic migrant trends

State AGs' corporate cash cow

Illustration of two people shaking hands on a giant stack of money.
Illustration: Aïda Amer/Axios

Texas GOP goes full MAGA at 2022 convention

Sen. John Cornyn,
Sen. John Cornyn. Photo: Tom Williams/CQ-Roll Call via Getty Images

What we know about San Antonio's mass shooting

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Rep. Adam Kinzinger warns 2024 election "is going to be a mess"

Trump privately admitted he lost election to Biden: Ex-White House aide

Alyssa Farah
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6 in 10 Americans now say Trump should be charged for Jan. 6, poll finds

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Ivana Saric
Updated Jun 19, 2022 - Politics & Policy

U.S. gas tax holiday is "worth considering," Yellen says

Trump lashing out at Jan. 6 panel is "essentially saying 'Yeah I did it'": Raskin

Some Democrats urge Google to fix search results leading to fake abortion clinics

Google search engine
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Yellowstone to partially reopen this week following catastrophic flooding

Yellowstone North Entrance Road
North Entrance Road is washed out by flooding in Yellowstone National Park on June 15 in Gardiner, Mont. Photo: Kyle Stone/National Park Service via Getty Images

Juneteenth is at risk of losing its meaning

Illustration of a Black fist wearing a kente cloth bandana.
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