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24/07/2021
Fox news: Veep Joe Biden skirted ‘no see' mail law with private accounts...
As vice president, Joe Biden kept a variety of private e-mail addresses from which he would sometimes forward and receive government correspondence, Hunter Biden's laptop shows. [Read more]
22/07/2021
Voa news: US Infrastructure Bill Fails First Vote; Senate to Try Again ...
'We have made significant progress and are close to a final agreement,' a bipartisan group of senators said after the vote [Read more]
24/07/2021
Huffingtonpost: Pro-Trump NFL Great Herschel Walker Mulls Senate Run Amid Serious Concerns ...
GOP Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp said Walker "could bring a lot of things to the table" but "there's also a lot of questions out there." [Read more]
24/07/2021
Cbs news: Biden hits campaign trail with Terry McAuliffe in Virginia...
The president hit the campaign trail for the first time for a 2021 race, in hopes of helping Terry McAuliffe win a second term as governor. [Read more]
25/07/2021
New York times: Why America Isn't Getting the Jan. 6 Investigation It Needs...
Reaching any kind of national consensus about what happened that day now feels like as much of a fantasy as any false-flag conspiracy theory. [Read more]
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25/07/2021
Pennsylvania Lt. Gov. John Fetterman lashed out against voter ID requirements Friday and said voter fraud is a "fiction." [Read more]
25/07/2021
Rep. Madison Cawthorn says he stands by his criticism of Dr. Anthony Fauci after the doctor appeared on Fox News and rebuked Cawthorn's suggestion that legal action should be taken against Fauci. [Read more]
25/07/2021
Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt said he plans to file a lawsuit against St. Louis and St. Louis County for reinstating a mask mandate for both vaccinated and unvaccinated people over the age of 5. [Read more]
25/07/2021
Iran's authoritarian regime is facing fresh pressure from Iranian protesters over a drought in the southwest of the country -- with protesters chanting anti-government slogans just as the regime is installing a hardline president. [Read more]
25/07/2021
If everyone knows the US needs infrastructure reform, why is finding agreement on it so difficult? [Read more]
25/07/2021
The fate of his infrastructure proposal remains unclear after Senate Republicans rejected a $1 trillion blueprint in a key test vote Wednesday [Read more]
25/07/2021
US sanctions Cuban military chief, internal security division that led attacks on demonstrators [Read more]
25/07/2021
The current national debt totals a jaw-dropping $28.5 trillion, or 26% more than the US gross domestic product [Read more]
25/07/2021
"I'm just not that into you," quipped the lawmaker. [Read more]
25/07/2021
Twitter users went to bat for the Cleveland Guardians over the Texas Republican's post. [Read more]
25/07/2021
The president swiped at his predecessor in response to protesters. [Read more]
25/07/2021
"Who is going to tell her?" asked one critic after Arizona Republican Wendy Rogers said she liked Robert E. Lee but didn't like "traitors who hate America." [Read more]
25/07/2021
The White House had announced Friday morning of a delegation led by Thomas-Greenfield that would be going to Haiti to "pay respects upon the death" of Moïse, who was shot dead in his home on July 7. [Read more]
25/07/2021
Presidents tend to select vacation spots that fit their personalities. [Read more]
25/07/2021
Presidential retreats have a long history in the U.S. The Kennedys had their Cape Cod compound in Massachusetts. Ronald Reagan rode horses and entertained Queen Elizabeth at his California ranch. And Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago was considered the winter White House. Now, in the Biden era, Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, is the latest executive es [Read more]
25/07/2021
"I think we need to pay close attention to what they're saying," said Thomas Manger, the former police chief of Montgomery County, Maryland, who was sworn into his new position on Friday. [Read more]
25/07/2021
Researchers and regulators say Joseph Mercola, an osteopathic physician, creates and profits from misleading claims about Covid-19 vaccines. [Read more]
25/07/2021
The president has stacked his administration with crusaders who have spent their careers challenging corporate consolidation. [Read more]
25/07/2021
Kay Ivey, the Republican governor, said unvaccinated residents were driving the rise in coronavirus cases and deaths in Alabama. Only 33.9 percent of Alabama's residents are fully vaccinated, according to federal data. [Read more]
25/07/2021
The arrests were part of a Trump-era initiative aimed at curbing Beijing's efforts to steal intellectual property, corporate secrets, and military intelligence. [Read more]