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Feb 24 2021
(CNN)The reeling nomination of Neera Tanden as White House budget director is highlighting the crucial early battles on Capitol Hill that will shape the future of the Biden presidency, the terrain of the midterm elections and the fate of the Republican Party.
Two Senate committees overseeing Tanden's nomination postponed votes on Wednesday on whether to move her candidacy to the fullCNN (Online News)
Apr 20 2020
In these days of multitrillion-dollar federal deficits, a windfall of a billion dollars or so for the treasury may sound like a rounding error.
But a billion bucks is a billion bucks. And I’d rather have the treasury make the money for taxpayers’ benefit than for oil companies to end up with it, which is what’s going to happen if something isn’t done.
Now, let me back up a bitGuest Writer - Center
Sep 21 2020
Last Monday, when I called the cardiologist Amy Kontorovich in the late morning, she apologized for sounding tired. “I’ve been in my lab infecting heart cells with SARS-CoV-2 since 6 a.m. this morning,” she said.
That might seem like an odd experiment for a virus that spreads through the air, and primarily infects the lungs and airways. But SARS-CoV-2, the new coronavirus behind theThe Atlantic
Oct 27 2017
Twenty-five minutes before John F. Kennedy was assassinated, a British newspaper received an anonymous tip about "some big news" in the United States, according to the trove of more than 2,800 documents released late Thursday by the National Archives.USA TODAY
Jun 15 2020
Democrats have a once-in-a-generation opportunity, akin to the first civil rights era, to reorder our politics. In the 1960s, southern whites shifted to the Republicans, while nonwhite voters in cities and young voters went to the Democrats. Now the tectonic plates are shifting once more. NBC News explains what has happened to the two parties:
Republicans have actually grown theirJennifer Rubin
Feb 10 2016
After Trump's big win and Rubio's collapse, Republican Party elites suddenly find themselves without a horse to ride.Politico
Sep 28 2019
Rep. Mark Amodei (R-NV) on Friday told reporters in Nevada that he supports the Democrats' impeachment inquiry, although he doesn't necessarily support impeaching President Donald Trump, The Nevada Independent reported.
“Let’s put it through the process and see what happens. I’m a big fan of oversight, so let’s let the committees get to work and see where it goes,” Amodei said on theTownhall
Jul 20 2017
Conservatives are furious – furious – that Senate Republicans got close to repealing big parts of Obamacare and are now on the verge of walking away from the effort altogether, possibly leaving President Obama’s health-care law on the books for the foreseeable future.Washington Post
Oct 29 2020
It’s not the most likely scenario. But it’s not impossible.
President Donald Trump is polling significantly worse than he was at this point in 2016, both nationally and in key states. His chances of victory in the FiveThirtyEight forecast model (11 percent) are lower than they ended up last time (28 percent), as of October 28.
But those chances aren’t zero. So what would it takeVox
Feb 03 2022
Joe Rogan and Whoopi Goldberg each sparked significant criticism this week for comments and content about hot-button issues. Musician Neil Young and other artists pulled their content from streaming platform Spotify over the past week in objection to purported COVID-19 misinformation on Rogan's popular podcast. In response, Spotify added a COVID-19 info hub to its platform. Rogan said heAllSides Staff