The hidden side of politics


Politics at the National Hill include the hidden side of American news. We specialize in fair, honest, and unbiased news.

Japan seeks release of Japanese journalist held in Myanmar

Reported by Washington Times: TOKYO (AP) – Japan’s government said Monday it is asking Myanmar to release a…

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Most Americans want climate change addressed ‘right now’: poll

Reported by Washington Times: The majority of Americans believe climate change needs to be addressed immediately, according to…

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France asks citizens to leave Pakistan amid violent protests

Reported by Washington Times: LAHORE, Pakistan (AP) – The French embassy in Pakistan on Thursday advised all…

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Biden administration sides against cheerleader in First Amendment case

Reported by Washington Times: The Biden administration has wadded into a Supreme Court free-speech battle to…

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Asa Hutchinson, Arkansas gov: ‘Poor precedent’ to pass $1.9T relief package on ‘partisan vote’

Reported by Washington Times: Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson emerged from a meeting with President Biden at the White…

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Vanishing Congress cedes too much power to regulators

Reported by Washington Times: ANALYSIS/OPINION: …

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Republicans paint Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez as face of Democratic Party in runoff campaign

Reported by Washington Times: Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is not on the ballot in Georgia, but Republicans and their…

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Newt Gingrich: Stacey Abrams ‘dominates’ ‘subsidiaries’ Brian Kemp, Brad Raffensperger

Reported by Washington Times: Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich says Stacey Abrams, the 2018 Georgia gubernatorial candidate and…

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‘Game Change’ co-author John Heilemann has book on 2020 race

Reported by Washington Times: NEW YORK (AP) – The co-author of the million-selling “Game Change” has a book…

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The media’s dogged devotion to Biden

Reported by Washington Times: The season of media adoration is upon us. The press is knee-deep in cuddly…

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