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    President Biden and Speaker Nancy Pelosi at the Capitol on Thursday. While the president found plenty of support for his plan, he left the country with no tangible progress.
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    A Social Policy ‘Framework’ Fails to Secure a Biden Victory

    President Biden went to the Capitol to detail a compromise on social safety net and climate legislation, but he couldn’t break the liberal blockade on another priority, infrastructure.

    By Jonathan Weisman and

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      Andrew Cuomo resigned as governor in August after numerous allegations of sexual harassment were corroborated by the state attorney general’s office.
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      Andrew Cuomo Is Charged in Sexual Misconduct Complaint

      Mr. Cuomo, the former governor of New York, resigned in August after a state attorney general report concluded that he had sexually harassed multiple women.

      By Luis Ferré-Sadurní and

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      President Biden, fourth from left, met with Democratic lawmakers at the Capitol on Thursday to ask for their support of his revised proposal.
      CreditSarahbeth Maney/The New York Times

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      Biden Implores Democrats to Support His Transformative Agenda

      “The House and Senate majorities and my presidency will be determined by what happens in the next week,” President Biden told lawmakers on Thursday.

      By Michael D. Shear and


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