Biden Revokes and Replaces Trump Order That Banned TikTok

The new order calls for a broader review of a number of foreign-controlled applications that could pose a security risk to Americans and their data. By Katie Rogers and Cecilia Kang WASHINGTON — President Biden on Wednesday revoked a Trump-era

Senate Poised to Pass Huge Industrial Policy Bill to Counter China

The broad support for the bill highlights how competition with Beijing is one of the few issues that can still unite both political parties. By David E. Sanger, Catie Edmondson, David McCabe and Thomas Kaplan WASHINGTON — Faced with an urgent competitive

Klobuchar to Propose Ban on Prechecked Boxes in Political Donations

The chair of the Senate Rules Committee, Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota, is set to introduce legislation on Monday to ban political campaigns from guiding online donors into recurring donations by default, a practice that has drawn criticism for luring supporters

Biden Tried to Keep It Boring. This Week Intervened.

Hi. Welcome to On Politics, your wrap-up of the week in national politics. I’m Lisa Lerer, your host. For the new president, the first 100 days were needles, checks and normalcy. During the early months of his nascent administration, President

Mysterious Ailments Are Said to Be More Widespread Among U.S. Personnel

WASHINGTON — Mysterious episodes that caused brain injuries in spies, diplomats, soldiers and other U.S. personnel overseas starting five years ago now number more than 130 people, far more than previously known, according to current and former officials. The number

Voting Rights Standoff Stalls Trump-Inspired Ethics Measures

WASHINGTON — After Donald J. Trump lost the election and was impeached for his role in the Capitol riot, democracy preservation groups pointed with urgency to what they called a last, best chance to address the holes in the Constitution