- McCarthy Prevails, Becomes Speaker In Late-Night House Vote NPR 18:55
After 15 rounds of balloting, Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) was elected Speaker of the House. The series of votes were contentious at times, and McCarthy made several concessions to secure the office. What can be expected from his tenure?
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