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The Atlantic Politics & Policy Daily: Four-Star Review

#GorsuchStyle Garners a Gusher of Groans. But Is His Writing Really That Bad?

Stormy Daniels Files Defamation Lawsuit Against Donald Trump

Creepy or Not? Your Privacy Concerns Likely Reflect Your Politics

Cynthia Nixon Campaign Hires L. Joy Williams As a Senior Adviser for Gubernatorial Race

Speaker Paul Ryan says he ousted House chaplain over pastoral services, not politics

Is Stacey Abrams Assembling a New Democratic Majority?

Monday Morning Politics; Gothamist Returns; Desegregation on UWS; Her Call to Action

House Chaplain Was Asked to Resign. He Still Doesn't Know Why.

Migrant Caravan, After Grueling Trip, Reaches US Border. Now the Really Hard Part.

Left vs. Left: Richard Cordray and Dennis Kucinich Battle for Governor of Ohio

The Original Donald Trump

The Week Ahead in New York Politics, April 30

US Allies Brace for Trade War as Tariff Negotiations Stall

Meet the pro-Trump PR Guy at the Center of the Mueller Probe — And Everything Else

Country's Brothers Osborne on Looser New Album, Politics, Pot and Unexpected Popularity

Key Justices Seem Skeptical of Challenge to Trump's Travel Ban

NYT editorial board to Justice Kennedy: 'Please don't go'

Amid political chatter, Democratic women push Hochul's re-election bid

The week in politics

In a Very Different Washington, Trump Unloads on a Litany of Adversaries

Le Bromance: Trump and Macron, Together Again

Trump Calls on Democrat to Resign in Fight Over Failed VA Nomination

Joy Reid Says She Did Not Write 'Hateful Things' but Cannot Prove Hacking

Pennsylvania Congressman Who Settled Harassment Case Resigns Amid Ethics Inquiry

Trump's Role in Midterm Elections Roils Republicans

Stormy Daniels Lawsuit Delayed as Judge Cites 'Likely' Indictment of Michael Cohen

As Two Koreas Talk Peace, Trump's Bargaining Chips Slip Away

Giuliani Is Back! Three Books on Larger-Than-Life New York Mayors

Here Are the Biggest Stories in American Politics This Week

Trump and Merkel Meet One on One, but Don't See Eye to Eye

The Atlantic Politics & Policy Daily: Sprechen Sie Trump?

Firing of House Chaplain Creates Uproar on Capitol Hill

The Political Chess Game That Made the Staten Island Ferry Free

President Trump and Germany's Merkel hold press conference

Trump Campaign Cleared in Russian Meddling by House Panel

Rob Schneider thinks 'Saturday Night Live' is ruining the joke

A New York Times campaign reporter on how much the media is to blame for Hillary's defeat.

NJ Politics Digest: Port Authority Rebukes Caren Turner for Video Incident

The top fundraisers in congressional races across New York

House Chaplain Was Asked to Resign. He Still Doesn't Know Why.

The Lawyer at the Side of de Blasio, Cuomo and Conor McGregor

For Catalans, a Day of Books, Roses and, of Course, Politics

For Many, Life in Trump's Orbit Ends in a Crash Landing

An Incomplete History of Kanye West's Political Views

The top fundraisers in congressional races across New York

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POLITICS– Congressman Eliot Engel, a top member on the House Energy and Commerce Committee, joined colleagues from both the House and Senate to unveil new legislation that would restore Net Neutrality protections for consumers and small business.

“A free and open internet is essential to modern democracy. The Trump Administration has put Net Neutrality at risk and House Democrats are committed to protecting it,” Engel said. 
“We have unveiled comprehensive legislation, the Save the Internet Act, that will protect consumers and small businesses from having their internet speeds blocked, throttled, or tiered based on usage. This bicameral legislation must be a top priority in both the House and the Senate, and I am hopeful that it will move quickly through Congress.”
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