Bipartisan deal to crack down on China's treatment of Muslims stalls in Senate


Bipartisan frustration took hold in the Senate Wednesday night, as a long-running drama over the GOP blockade of President Joe Biden’s ambassador nominees became entangled in the expiration of the boosted child tax credit, stalling several year-end priorities.

Senators were on the cusp of an agreement to send a House-passed bill cracking down on the Chinese government’s genocide of Uyghur Muslims to Biden’s desk, while achieving a breakthrough on stalled foreign policy nominees. But Sen. Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) objected to the

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