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07/08/2022
Fox news: Manchin says Trump campaigning against him may, 'help me,' after former president makes 2024 threat...
Sen. Joe Manchin dismissed former President Donald Trump's claims he would campaign against the senator in 2024 following Trump's comments at the Conservative Political Action Conference. [Read more]
06/08/2022
Voa news: Native American News Roundup July 31 - August 6, 2022...
Here is a summary of Native American-related news around the U.S. this week: Supreme Court to Consider ICWA in Biggest American Indian Case in Decades The newly released U.S. Supreme Court schedu [Read more]
07/08/2022
Huffingtonpost: Bill Barr Predicts Justice Department Is 'Taking A Hard Look' At Trump's Inner Circle On Jan. 6 ...
Barr told CBS News that recent subpoenas of high-ranking Trump officials suggest prosecutors are focusing on "the group at the top." [Read more]
07/08/2022
Cbs news: Republicans block $35 cap on price of insulin from Senate bill...
Seven Republicans voted to allow the insulin cap in the legislation, but it failed to reach the 60-vote threshold needed to include it. [Read more]
07/08/2022
New York times: Senate Passes Major Climate and Tax Bill...
The Senate passed the Inflation Reduction Act with a 51 to 50 tally, with Vice President Kamala Harris casting the tiebreaking vote. The bill is expected to pass the House in the coming days. [Read more]
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08/08/2022
Nikki Haley, former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, supported House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's trip to Taiwan, saying the U.S. "should always have the backs of our allies." [Read more]
08/08/2022
Sen. Ben Cardin, D-Md., vowed the Inflation Reduction Act will not raise taxes during a recession and the addition of 87,000 new IRS agents should not be a concern to the middle class. [Read more]
08/08/2022
Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, discussed what was happening on the Senate floor as a vote-a-rama on the Democrats' social spending and taxation bill continued to go on. [Read more]
08/08/2022
Senate Democrats landed perhaps their biggest legislative victory this Congress by advancing the Schumer-Manchin social spending bill after a vote-a-rama. [Read more]
08/08/2022
Congressional Democrats appear to be on the cusp of passing legislation that would dedicate $369 billion to combat climate change through a combination of grants, tax cuts, subsidies and other measures aimed at reducing carbon emissions. In addition to its climate-related elements, the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022 (IRA) makes it poss [Read more]
08/08/2022
The Senate parliamentarian Saturday dealt a blow to Democrats' plan for curbing drug prices but left the rest of their sprawling economic bill largely intact as party leaders prepared for first votes on a package containing many of President Joe Biden's top domestic goals.  Elizabeth MacDonough, the chamber's nonpartisan rules arbiter, [Read more]
08/08/2022
A top U.S. diplomat warned Pacific Islands of a new struggle against violent power-hungry regimes Sunday, as she visited the Solomon Islands to mark the 80th anniversary of World War II's Battle of Guadalcanal. With China's military carrying out war drills around Taiwan and Russia bombarding Ukraine, Deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sher [Read more]
08/08/2022
A civil rights lawsuit filed by a University of Washington computer science professor has called attention to a largely academic debate over land acknowledgments — formal statements that recognize Indigenous custodianship of geographic areas on which institutions stand or events take place. Evolving out of the work of Canada's Truth a [Read more]
08/08/2022
Senate Democrats needed 10 Republican votes following a Parliamentarian ruling. They got only seven. [Read more]
08/08/2022
The Inflation Reduction Act is poised to give President Joe Biden another major legislative victory ahead of November's midterm elections. [Read more]
08/08/2022
The 2020 election conspiracy theorist added that those criminally charged "for things they shouldn't have done" during the Capitol attack are being unfairly treated. [Read more]
08/08/2022
President Joe Biden's response comes two days after a fourth Muslim man was found dead in what New Mexico's governor called a "targeted" attack. [Read more]
08/08/2022
Bi-khim Hsiao, Taiwan's representative to the U.S., says Taiwan is "working on making our society stronger and more resilient, fortifying our defenses, so that we have means of managing risks. The risks are not posed by Taiwan, nor are they posed by the United States. The risks are posed by Beijing." [Read more]
08/08/2022
GOP Sen. Rick Scott says Democrats are "pushing us into a recession" with the expected passage of the Inflation Reduction Act. [Read more]
08/08/2022
The bill's passage is a significant achievement for Democrats as they look to maintain their hold on Congress in the November midterm elections. [Read more]
08/08/2022
Dr. Scott Gottlieb says public health officials need to ramp up testing for monkeypox if the U.S. hopes to gain control over the virus. [Read more]
08/08/2022
A new way of injecting monkeypox vaccine could stretch the nation's supply of shots, but some experts argue that the approach has not been sufficiently studied. [Read more]
08/08/2022
The Republican says her crusade to stop Donald J. Trump will continue — even if she loses her primary next week. Restoring a “very sick' G.O.P. will take years, she says, “if it can be healed.' [Read more]
08/08/2022
The second-term Democrat was the first openly gay woman elected to Congress. Now she is leading the effort to rally Republican support for legislation that would protect marriage equality nationwide. [Read more]
08/08/2022
A practicing Catholic, President Biden has long sought a middle ground on abortion. But activists see the decision to overturn Roe v. Wade as a sign that Democrats have tiptoed too carefully around the issue. [Read more]