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Harris to travel to France amid diplomatic tensions over submarine deal
Harris to travel to France amid diplomatic tensions over submarine deal

Biden will also meet with President Emmanuel Macron in Rome later this month during the Group of 20 forum.

Roller coaster day for Trump SPAC stock
Roller coaster day for Trump SPAC stock

Source: YCharts; Chart: Axios VisualsFriday was a bumpy one for the SPAC that recently agreed to take Donald Trump's new media company public, at one point...

Ex-Giuliani Buddy Lev Parnas Convicted in Illegal Foreign Influence Operation
Ex-Giuliani Buddy Lev Parnas Convicted in Illegal Foreign Influence Operation

Eduardo Munoz Alvarez/GettyLev Parnas, the disgraced Republican donor and former Rudy Giuliani pal, was found guilty by a New York jury Friday of making...

Giuliani associate convicted of campaign finance crimes
Giuliani associate convicted of campaign finance crimes

A New York jury convicted a former associate of Rudy Giuliani on Friday of charges that he made illegal campaign contributions to influence U.S. politicians ...

U.S. Warns of Efforts by China to Collect Genetic Data
U.S. Warns of Efforts by China to Collect Genetic Data

BETHESDA, Md. - Chinese firms are collecting genetic data from around the world, part of an effort by the Chinese government and companies to develop the...

Biden, Macron discussed European defense, will meet in Rome -White House
Biden, Macron discussed European defense, will meet in Rome -White House

WASHINGTON (Reuters) -U.S. President Joe Biden and French President Emmanuel Macron on Friday discussed security cooperation in Africa, Europe and the Indo...

Supreme Court refuses again to block Texas abortion law
Supreme Court refuses again to block Texas abortion law

The Biden administration sued Texas, saying its abortion law violates the constitutional rights of pregnant women. The Supreme Court delays a decision.

Biden meets with Pelosi and Schumer as Democrats
Biden meets with Pelosi and Schumer as Democrats' spending bill takes shape

The meeting with Pelosi and Schumer comes as Democrats move closer to finalizing a social safety net spending package.

Biden administration releases first national strategy to promote gender equality
Biden administration releases first national strategy to promote gender equality

The Biden administration on Friday released a 42-page plan to promote gender equality at home and abroad - the first national strategy of its kind.Why it...

China says there
China says there's "no room" for compromise on Taiwan with U.S.

A Chinese government spokesperson on Friday said that there is "no room" for compromise over Taiwan after President Biden commented that the U.S. would...

Free community college expected to be cut from spending bill
Free community college expected to be cut from spending bill

President Joe Biden's long-sought goal of free community college appears to be a victim of cost-cutting in his social spending plan, dealing a major blow to ...

US budget deficit hits $2.77 trillion in 2021, 2nd highest
US budget deficit hits $2.77 trillion in 2021, 2nd highest

The U.S. budget deficit totaled $2.77 trillion for 2021, the second highest on record but an improvement from the all-time high of $3.13 trillion reached in ...

Why Virginia is a team effort for Democrats and one-man mission for Republicans
Why Virginia is a team effort for Democrats and one-man mission for Republicans

While Democrat Terry McAuliffe is welcoming his party's biggest stars, Republican Glenn Youngkin is keeping his at arms' length.

Hong Kong government criticises U.S. safe haven scheme for
Hong Kong government criticises U.S. safe haven scheme for 'fugitives'

The Hong Kong government on Friday criticised Washington for its "safe haven" scheme for Hong Kongers to stay and work in the United States amid Beijing's...

White House adviser Neera Tanden named Biden staff secretary
White House adviser Neera Tanden named Biden staff secretary

As staff secretary, often referred to as the "nerve center" of the White House, Tanden is tasked with determining which documents reach Biden's desk.

Biden concedes a key part of the Trump tax cuts is probably here to stay due to Kyrsten Sinema
Biden concedes a key part of the Trump tax cuts is probably here to stay due to Kyrsten Sinema

"In the United States Senate, when you have 50 Democrats, everyone is the president," Biden said. Sinema opposes Democrats undoing the GOP tax law.

Neera Tanden named White House staff secretary
Neera Tanden named White House staff secretary

Neera Tanden was named White House staff secretary on Friday, according to a White House official. The appointment comes after her nomination to lead the...

Biden promises to pass free community college during his term - just not in Democrats
Biden promises to pass free community college during his term - just not in Democrats' social-spending bill

Biden blamed Manchin and Sinema for the cuts, but told CNN: "I'm going to get it done. And if I don't, I'll be sleeping alone for a long time."

Neera Tanden named as Biden
Neera Tanden named as Biden's staff secretary

Tanden has already been working as a senior adviser to Biden since May after the White House withdrew her nomination to lead the Office of Management and...

The new offshore wind seascape
The new offshore wind seascape

Global offshore wind heavyweight Ørsted already sees a regulatory sea-change under President Biden, but also says Congress has an important role to play.Why ...

Biden gives strongest signal he
Biden gives strongest signal he's ready to move to end Senate filibuster

After voting rights defeat, president expresses mounting frustration over rule that allows 41 senators to block legislation Joe Biden at the CNN town hall in...

Men Are Caregivers, Too, in Biden
Men Are Caregivers, Too, in Biden's Plan

Pete Buttigieg faced criticism from certain conservatives for taking paternity leave with his newborn twins. But his decision to do so showed something...

Biden says he
Biden says he's open to removing the Senate filibuster to help Democrats push through voting rights legislation

Biden said that issues like voting rights and ensuring the government pays its debts were too important to be held hostage by the Republicans.

Changing the inflation conversation
Changing the inflation conversation

Inflation looks like it'll run hot for longer than plenty of smart people thought it would. The conversation over just how much more Americans will have to...

The biggest headline from Biden
The biggest headline from Biden's town hall

What matters from President Biden's town hall with CNN's Anderson Cooper at Baltimore Center Stage on Thursday, via Axios night owl Hans Nichols: The biggest...

Trump, your 2024 GOP nominee
Trump, your 2024 GOP nominee

Former President Trump is telling most anyone who'll listen he will run again in 2024 - and poll after poll shows the vast majority of Republicans would...

Climate advocates who backed Sinema exasperated by blocking of Biden bill
Climate advocates who backed Sinema exasperated by blocking of Biden bill

Arizona senator - who once led the state Green party - has refused to specify which parts of the $3.5tn budget bill she objects to Senator Kyrsten Sinema has...

GOP Rep. Booted Off Jan. 6 Panel Is Running a Shadow Probe
GOP Rep. Booted Off Jan. 6 Panel Is Running a Shadow Probe

Tom Williams/CQ-Roll CallRep. Jim Banks (R-IN) was one of the two Republicans that Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) booted from the Jan. 6 Committee in July, but ...

'Virginia, you have a lot of responsibility:' Obama, Harris prod Black voters ahead of governor's race

As Terry McAuliffe battles Republican Glenn Youngkin in Virginia, Barack Obama and Kamala Harris are trying to galvanize Black voters in a tight race.

Blank slate to best hope: Can Youngkin rescue the Va. GOP?
Blank slate to best hope: Can Youngkin rescue the Va. GOP?

When Glenn Youngkin threw his hat and his cash into the Republican nominating contest for Virginia governor this year, he was a rich former private equity...

White House, Dems hurriedly reworking $2 trillion Biden plan
White House, Dems hurriedly reworking $2 trillion Biden plan

The White House and Democrats are hurriedly reworking key aspects of President Joe Biden's $2 trillion domestic policy plan, trimming the social services...

Biden says he
Biden says he'd be willing to eliminate filibuster for some issues

Mr. Biden appears to be more open than he's been in the past to changing the filibuster, but any change isn't likely to happen soon.

Biden says he
Biden says he's open to eliminating filibuster to pass voting-rights 'and maybe more' issues

President Joe Biden said at a CNN town hall on Thursday that he's open to eliminating the filibuster for voting rights legislation "and maybe more."

Biden Gets Real: Key Parts of $3.5 Trillion Package Are Dead in the Water
Biden Gets Real: Key Parts of $3.5 Trillion Package Are Dead in the Water

Saul Loeb/AFP via GettyFrom the first day of his administration, President Joe Biden has pledged to oversee a remaking of the American economy and social...

Biden pushes back against Joe Manchin, saying he doesn
Biden pushes back against Joe Manchin, saying he doesn't think people need to work to get the expanded child tax credit

Biden flatly responded "no" when asked if he backs a work requirement for the child tax credit, which provides monthly checks to families.

Biden says it
Biden says it's 'a reach' for expanded Medicare benefits to be included in spending bill due to Manchin opposition

"It's a reach, because of Mr. Manchin," Biden said. He added Democrats were nearing a potential deal on providing $800 dental benefit vouchers.

Biden: Not enough votes for free community college, corporate tax hike in reconciliation bill
Biden: Not enough votes for free community college, corporate tax hike in reconciliation bill

Democrats don't have the votes to raise corporate taxes, President Biden admitted at Thursday's CNN town hall in Baltimore, Maryland, where he went into...

Biden signals openness to ending filibuster for voting rights legislation
Biden signals openness to ending filibuster for voting rights legislation

President Biden said Thursday at a CNN town hall he'd be willing to consider doing away with the filibuster in the Senate in a bid to protect voting rights...

Biden seeks to reboot U.S. sanctions policy
Biden seeks to reboot U.S. sanctions policy

The Biden administration is rethinking the U.S. approach to sanctions after four years of Donald Trump imposing and escalating them.The big picture...

9 Republicans put it all on the line with Bannon vote
9 Republicans put it all on the line with Bannon vote

A small contingent of House Republicans risked their political futures on Thursday, they say, in the name of constitutional responsibility.Why it matters...

Political figures are exploiting a justice system that can
Political figures are exploiting a justice system that can't keep up

Political figures are exploiting the slowness of the U.S. justice system, Donald Trump's attacks on its integrity and divisions in society to defy the...

Joe Biden Says Pro-Trump Rioters On Jan. 6 Were Motivated By White Supremacy
Joe Biden Says Pro-Trump Rioters On Jan. 6 Were Motivated By White Supremacy

The president also called out Donald Trump for appealing to racist followers with hateful rhetoric and speeches meant to rile up his base.

Who are the 9 House Republicans who voted to hold Steve Bannon in contempt?
Who are the 9 House Republicans who voted to hold Steve Bannon in contempt?

Of the nine GOP House members who voted to hold former Donald Trump adviser Steve Bannon in contempt, seven previously voted to impeach Trump.

FSOC report shows climate change is "emerging threat" to U.S. economy
FSOC report shows climate change is "emerging threat" to U.S. economy

A top U.S. financial coordinating organization took several steps on Thursday to manage the growing risks that climate change poses to the U.S. financial...

FAA proposes giving flight attendants 1 more hour of rest
FAA proposes giving flight attendants 1 more hour of rest

Federal regulators are proposing to give flight attendants an extra hour of rest between shifts, a change that Congress approved in 2018 but was not put into...

Climate crisis likely to fuel conflicts over water and migration, US analyses say
Climate crisis likely to fuel conflicts over water and migration, US analyses say

The Biden administration has released three reports on security and humanitarian disasters that could strike as world heats up Houses near San Pedro Sula are...

Explainer-What are the child tax credits Democrats are battling over?
Explainer-What are the child tax credits Democrats are battling over?

The Biden administration's push to get progressive and moderate Democrats to agree to a deal on trillions of dollars in social spending faces a major...

Judge imposes harsher sentence than requested on man accused of encouraging U.S. Capitol rioters
Judge imposes harsher sentence than requested on man accused of encouraging U.S. Capitol rioters

A judge on Thursday imposed a longer prison term than prosecutors requested on a Dallas man accused of posting inflammatory social media messages inciting...

Steve Bannon held in contempt of Congress. The last time such charges were successfully prosecuted? Watergate
Steve Bannon held in contempt of Congress. The last time such charges were successfully prosecuted? Watergate

The House of Representatives referred Steve Bannon for criminal contempt of Congress. Here is how his situation stacks up against past cases.

Biden returning next week to campaign with McAuliffe
Biden returning next week to campaign with McAuliffe

President Joe Biden is set to return to Virginia for his second campaign stop with fellow Democrat Terry McAuliffe as the state's closely watched race for...


Alec Baldwin Shot and Killed Female Cinematographer, Injured Director on Movie Set

A tragedy occurred on the set of the latest Alec Baldwin movie where the actor reportedly accidentally shot and killed a female cinematographer and injured the director due to a prop gun misfire.

Emails Show NSBA Officers Worked with White House to Target Parents

Emails show top officers of the NSBA worked with the White House prior to sending their letter to Biden requesting parents be targeted.

DeSantis Shares 'Don't Tread on Florida' Meme Featuring an Alligator

Further defying Biden, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) shared a "Don't Tread on Florida" Gadsen flag featuring an alligator.

Biden: Open to Eliminating Filibuster on Voting Rights -- 'And Maybe More'

During a town hall on CNN on Thursday, President Joe Biden said that he was open to reforming or abolishing the Senate filibuster. | Clips

Biden: 'You're Not Seeing a Lot of Pictures of Kids Lying on Top of One Another' with Tarps on Them on Border

During a town hall on CNN on Thursday, President Joe Biden said that on the border, "you're not seeing a lot of pictures of kids lying on top of one | Clips

Biden: I Haven't Had the Time to Visit the Border, 'I've Been There Before' and My Wife Has

During a town hall on CNN on Thursday, President Joe Biden responded to a question on whether he has plans to visit the border by stating that he's "been | Clips

Biden: My Build Back Better Plan Is a Bigger Deal than Obamacare

During a town hall on CNN on Thursday, President Joe Biden said his Build Back Better plan was a bigger deal than former President Barack Obama's | Clips

Biden: Police, Emergency Responders Should Be Fired if they Won't Get Vaccinated

During a town hall on CNN on Thursday, President Joe Biden said police officers and emergency responders should be let go if they refuse their employers ' mandates to get vaccinated against COVID. | Clips

NH Gov. Sununu: When 'Crazy' Anti-Vax Republicans Come, Slam that Door Shut

Governor Chris Sununu (R-NH) said Thursday on CNN's "OutFront" that he deals with "crazy" Republican state representatives who are against the coronavirus vaccine by slamming that door shut. | Clips

Exclusive — Sen. Roger Marshall: Dishonorable Discharge Treats Veterans as Felons

Sen. Roger Marshall explained the consequences of a dishonorable discharge for military personnel refusing coronavirus vaccines.

NIH Contradicts Fauci, Admits Funding Gain-of-Function Research at Wuhan Lab

The NIH admitted that it did fund gain-of-function research at the Wuhan Institute of Virology, contrary to what Fauci said.

Garcetti to Unvaccinated L.A. City Workers: Get Vaccine or Lose Your Job

L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti on Wednesday threatened to fire any city employee who refuses to take the coronavirus vaccine by December 18.

FDA Approves Moderna, J&J Boosters for Elderly, High-Risk Americans

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has now approved the Moderna and Johnson & Johnson booster shots for the vulnerable.

Colorado Teachers Allegedly Tape Masks to Children's Faces

School teachers in a Colorado school district are reportedly forcing middle school students to tape masks to their faces.

'TRUTH Social': Donald Trump Launching New Social Media App

In response to Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube deplatforming him, President Donald Trump announced a new social media app.

Nonprofit Files Lawsuit Over Illegal Absentee Ballot Procedures in VA

PILF filed a lawsuit alleging illegal absentee ballot procedures in Fairfax County, Virginia, in the 2020 general election.

Never Trump Lincoln Project Triggered by Abbott Interview with Breitbart

The disgraced Never Trump Lincoln Project is triggered by Texas Gov. Greg Abbott's (R) exclusive interview with Breitbart News.

MSNBC's Reid: Republicans Don't Believe 'Non-White Voters Have the Right to Choose the President'

MSNBC host Joy Reid said Wednesday on her show "The ReidOut" that the Republican Party did not believe that "non-white voters have the right to choose the president of the United States." | Clips

Joe Biden Frustrated in Scranton: 'This Is the United States of America Dammit!'

President Joe Biden appeared frustrated on Wednesday that his agenda was stalled in Congress, raising his voice during a speech in Scranton.

Senate Confirms Obama-Era Equity Activist to Office for Civil Rights

The Senate confirmed activist Catherine Lhamon to the post of assistant secretary for the Education Department's Office for Civil Rights.

Transgender Netflix Rally Leader Targets Dave Chappelle with Racist Taunt: 'I'm Here to Talk to His Master'

The organizer of the rally in support of the transgender Netflix employees has targeted comedian Dave Chappelle with a racist taunt, demanding to talk to "his master" Wednesday outside Netflix offices in Hollywood.

Video -- Man Holding 'We Like Dave' Sign Attacked by Woke Mob at Netflix Protest: 'Repent, Motherf**ker!'

A mob at an anti-Dave Chappelle Netflix protest was captured accosting comedian and videographer Vito Gesualdi who was holding a sign, which read "We Like Dave." The mob destroyed the sign, while one protester repeatedly shouted, "Repent, motherf**ker!"

Poll: Joe Biden’s Approval Rating Across 7 Senate Battlegrounds at 41%

President Joe Biden’s approval rating across seven Senate battleground states is at 41 percent, a Senate Majority PAC revealed Wednesday.

Elliot Page: 'I Stand with the Trans, Nonbinary, and BIPOC' Netflix Employees Protesting Dave Chappelle

Transgender actor Elliot Page, formally known as Ellen, expressed overarching support for Netflix employees staging a walkout as part of a protest of the steaming service refusing to remove Dave Chappelle’s comedy special "The Closer," where he asserts that gender "is a fact" -- a basic notion rejected by far-left 2SLGBTQQIA+ activists who seek to replace the reality of biological sex with gender identity.

State Department Celebrates 'International Pronouns Day'

The U.S. State Department acknowledged “International Pronouns Day” weeks after stranding dozens of Americans in Afghanistan.

Senior Analyst: Toilet Paper Shortages to 'Hit Homes' Similarly to 2020

A senior client partner at Korn Ferry on Wednesday warned toilet paper shortages are set to "hit homes" as they did in 2020.

Supply Chain Crisis Leaves Farmers Without Much-Needed Equipment

Farmers stand to be hit hard by Biden's supply chain crisis if they are unable to get the equipment they need before harvest time.

NYC Fells Thomas Jefferson Statue, Founding Father, 3rd U.S. President

Officials in New York City voted unanimously earlier this week to remove a 188-year-old statue of founding father Thomas Jefferson.

'Record High': Biden's Supply Chain Crisis Is Short 80,000 Truck Drivers

President Biden's supply chain crisis is short 80,000 truck drivers, President and CEO of the American Trucking Association told CNN.

'Record High': Biden's Supply Chain Crisis Is Short 80,000 Truck Drivers

President Biden's supply chain crisis is short 80,000 truck drivers, President and CEO of the American Trucking Association told CNN.

Poll: Majority Are 'Personally' Affected by Supply Chain Shortages

Most Americans say they have been "personally" affected by supply chain shortages when attempting to buy basic consumer goods.

Sinema Opposes Tax Increases to Pay for Democrat Infrastructure Bill

Sen. Kyrsten Sinema (D-AZ) opposes many of the tax increases proposed to pay for the Democrats' $1.9 trillion infrastructure bill,

Josh Hawley Introduces Bill to Curb Biden's Supply Chain Crisis

Josh Hawley introduced a bill to curb President Joe Biden's supply crisis to "revitalize American manufacturing while securing critical supply chains."

WashPost: Official Leak Shows Biden's Record Migrant Inflow

President Joe Biden's deputies invited roughly 570,000 migrants across the southern border since January, says the Washington Post.

Fed's Beige Book Sounds Red Alert on Inflation

All around the country, Fed officials are hearing of "significantly elevated prices." | Economy

"Bullsh*t!": Joe Manchin Denies Report He's Leaving Democrat Party

Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV) denied a Wednesday report from Mother Jones that he is considering leaving the Democrat Party.

REPORT: CBP Set to Report Migrant Apprehensions at All-Time High

CBP officials are set to report that Border Patrol agents apprehended more than 1.66 million migrants along the southwest border.

Nolte: 58% Say Joe Biden Not Mentally or Physically Capable of Being President

A stunning 58 percent of voters say His Fraudulency Joe Biden is not up to the job of being president.

Bill de Blasio Begs Private Businesses to Implement Vaccine Mandates

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio (D) begged private businesses to implement vaccine mandates, deeming it the "right thing to do."

Report: Media Report 'Zero' on Joe & Hunter Shared Bank Accounts

ABC, CBS, and NBC have reportedly spent "zero seconds" reporting on Joe and Hunter Biden's alleged shared bank account.

CDC: Mask Mandates Should Remain in Schools as We Vaccinate Children

The White House released details of a plan to vaccinate children for the coronavirus, but said that mask mandates should remain in place.

No Lockdown... For Now! Govt Tells Brits to Behave if They Want Freedom

Britons have been told to do as they are instructed "not just to save lives, but to keep your freedoms too".

Rubio Offers Florida as 'Short-Term' Solution to Stranded Container Ships; Blames California Laws for Tie-Up

On Wednesday's broadcast of FNC's "Fox & Friends," Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) backed up an earlier call from Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-FL) to move container ships sitting in limbo offshore near the Port of Los Angeles and the Port of Long Beach to Florida, where Rubio insisted those ships could be offloaded. | Clips

WH Mocks Supply Chain Concerns as 'Tragedy of Undelivered Treadmills'

The White House Tuesday argued that more online shopping was among the causes of supply chain and shipping delays.

A Hijacking, Extractions, Executions: Troops Braved Botched Withdrawal

What some U.S. forces thought would be 96 hours on the ground in Afghanistan evacuating U.S. embassy staff turned into 16 days.

White House: 'No Surprise' Biden Is Flying Migrants into States at Night

Psaki suggested that Biden's massive Catch and Release operation, wherein border crossers are flown to states, is standard policy.

Howard Stern Blasts 'Top Idiot' Kyrie Irving for Refusing Vaccine

Howard Stern is once again attacking those who oppose his vaccination ideals, calling NBA player Kyrie Irving the "top idiot in the world."

1600 Migrants Apprehended in Southern Arizona over Weekend

Yuma, Arizona, is fast becoming the newest hotspot among southwest Border Patrol Sectors in Fiscal Year 2022.

New York City Declares ‘Racism' a Public Health Crisis

New York City officially declared racism a public health crisis in the Big Apple on Monday, citing the U.S.'s history of slavery and the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic experienced by minorities.

Alejandro Mayorkas Tests Positive for Breakthrough Coronavirus Case

Department of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas tested positive for coronavirus on Tuesday morning.

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