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As employers face labor shortages, Biden administration rolls out playbook for training workers

The Biden administration is releasing a playbook on best practices for training workers as the low 3.8% unemployment rate and years of underinvestment have left manufacturers, construction firms and other employers with unfilled jobs Learn More


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Democratic rising stars rally around Biden's reelection. They're also eyeing 2028 bids of their own

A new generation of Democratic presidential prospects is taking steps to strengthen their national profiles as they fan out across the country to help President Joe Biden's reelection campaign More »


Traveling with Milley: A reporter recalls how America's top soldier was most at home with his troops

An Associated Press reporter traveled with Gen. Mark Milley as he made his last trip to Normandy to honor those who fought on D-Day and celebrate with the young American soldiers in the French town that welcomes them every year More »


Gates will be locked and thousands of rangers furloughed at national parks if government shuts down

Gates will be locked and thousands of rangers will be furloughed from national park sites if Congress doesn’t reach a budget agreement More »


Ex-Detroit police chief James Craig will join GOP primary for US Senate in Michigan, sources tell AP

Former Detroit Police Chief James Craig is planning to announce a Republican bid for U.S. Senate in Michigan next week More »


The far right has been feuding with McCarthy for weeks. Here's how it's spiraling into a shutdown

The House is in a familiar position with little time left to prevent a government shutdown: It's effectively paralyzed as conservatives feud with Speaker Kevin McCarthy More »


Biden offers dire warnings about Trump, accuses mainstream GOP of 'deafening' silence

President Joe Biden has issued one of his most dire warnings yet that Donald Trump and his allies are a menace to American democracy More »


House Republicans make their case for Biden impeachment inquiry at first hearing

House Republicans have spent more than six hours making their case for pursuing an impeachment inquiry against President Joe Biden More »


Shutdown's shadow, Biden's speech and arguing the case: Takeaways from the House impeachment hearing

House Republicans repeatedly used the word “brand” at their opening impeachment inquiry as a shorthand to allege that Hunter Biden was selling access to his family’s power and connections when he pursued lucrative business dealings More »


Menendez tells Senate colleagues he won't resign, remains defiant amid bribery charges

New Jersey Sen. Robert Menendez remains defiant in the face of federal bribery charges, telling a room full of his Senate Democratic colleagues that he has no plans to resign More »


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