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Biden enters the Supreme Court nomination with more experience than any other president. But he was also at the center of two of the Senate’s ugliest confirmation fights.Read more
Democrats released the House version of legislation designed to increase research and competitiveness with China, but differences with the Senate-passed version remain.Read more
The Biden administration is putting in place a wave of new personnel at key financial-regulatory posts. But experts say U.S. law will hold back the Federal Reserve.Read more
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Listen to the Cook Catch Up from January 29 to hear Charlie Cook and guest Evan Osnos. Osnos is a staff writer for The New Yorker, the 2014 National Book Award winner, a 2015 Pulitzer Prize finalist, and author of the recent book, Joe Biden: The Life, the Run, and What Matters Now. During their time together, Cook and Osnos discussed the book and took a close look at Joe Biden, who he is, what makes him tick, and more.Download Replay