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Aug 13 2021
Nine moderate House Democrats told Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Friday that they will not vote for a budget resolution meant to pave the way for the passage of a $3.5 trillion social policy package later this year until a Senate-approved infrastructure bill passes the House and is signed into law.
The pledge, in a letter released early Friday, is a major rift that threatens the carefullyNew York Times (News)
Oct 14 2020
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said Wednesday Democrats are trying to redefine the term “court packing” in a way to evade Democratic presidential nominee Joseph R. Biden’s unwillingness to directly weigh in on the issue ahead of November elections.
“A prominent philosopher wrote that when leaders abuse language, it is because they seek to abuse power,” the Kentucky RepublicanWashington Times
Apr 24 2022
Exclusive — Pennsylvania Republican David McCormick: Oz’s Record Proves He’s a ‘Hollywood Liberal,’ ‘Phony’
Businessman David McCormick ran through issue by issue the differences between him and celebrity surgeon Dr. Mehmet Oz during an interview on Breitbart News Saturday ahead of the pair facing off in Monday’s U.S. Senate primary debate in Pennsylvania.
McCormick, the current frontrunner in the primary, observed that Oz has been “part of the Hollywood machine for decades” and charged thatBreitbart News
Jun 22 2021
Liberal activists fearful of Democrats losing control of the Senate are pushing for stalwart liberal Justice Stephen Breyer to retire this year, but Democratic senators don’t share their enthusiasm, knowing a fall confirmation battle could quickly become a partisan circus.
Senators say it’s entirely up to Breyer, who is 82 years old, to make a decision on when to step down from the highThe Hill
Mar 30 2022
Amid Europe’s largest land war since World War II, 7 in 10 Americans expressed low confidence in President Joe Biden’s ability to deal with Russia’s invasion of Ukraine in a new NBC News poll, and 8 in 10 voiced worry that the war will increase gas prices and possibly involve nuclear weapons.
And during the nation’s largest inflation spike in 40 years, overwhelming majorities said theyNBC News (Online)
Jan 06 2022
“U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland on Wednesday vowed to hold accountable anyone involved in last year's deadly Capitol attack by former President Donald Trump's supporters and said the Justice Department's work on the matter is far from done… The [Justice] department has charged more than 725 people with crimes arising from the riot ranging from disorderly conduct to assaulting police toThe Flip Side
Dec 21 2021
Senate Democrats are signaling they plan to take more of a hardball approach to pressuring Sen. Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.) to support their climate and social spending agenda after months of kid-glove treatment failed to deliver his vote.
Democrats are threatening to drive a wedge between Manchin and his many lower-income constituents who stand to reap billions of dollars in federal benefitsThe Hill
Dec 29 2021
The US hit a seven-day average of 265,427 new Covid-19 cases on Tuesday, blowing past the country's previous record of about 252,000 daily cases, reported nearly a year ago on January 11.
The new peak, according to Johns Hopkins University data, comes amid a rapid acceleration of infections in the United States -- and across the world -- since last month.
And experts predict theCNN (Online News)
Dec 29 2021
A new forecast from price tracking app GasBuddy predicts "pain at the pump will get worse before it gets better," CNN reports. This latest prediction estimates the national average gas price will peak, CNN writes, at "a monthly average of $3.79 in May, before finally retreating below current levels by late 2022."
"We could see a national average that flirts with, or in a worst-caseThe Week - News
Apr 18 2022
Amid nationwide protests after George Floyd’s murder in 2020, Dave McCormick, then CEO of a hedge fund, emailed his colleagues, calling on them to “be agents of change” and to show “solidarity by denouncing and eradicating structural bigotry around us.”
A new ad from a super PAC supporting McCormick’s chief rival in the Republican primary for U.S. Senate in Pennsylvania cites that emailFactCheck.org