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Nov 11 2022
White House says more crypto regulation needed to avoid 'harming' Americans
The White House on Thursday said more regulation is needed of cryptocurrencies to avoid harming Americans.
Speaking during a press conference, White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre said the Biden administration "has constantly maintained that, without proper oversight of cryptocurrencies, they risk harming everyday Americans."
"This is something that clearly we monitorFox Business
Dec 30 2022
Fireworks by the Dozen: Here Are the Top WH Briefing Room Moments of 2022
Inside the White House Briefing Room, 2022 began with more mountain-sized word salads and dodges from Jen Psaki before shifting in May to former MoveOn.org spokeswoman and former MSNBC contributor Karine Jean-Pierre, who made waves for her stunning ineptitude and using her binder as a life raft.
Dozens of NewsBusters blogs were dedicated to the topic, so it was a challenge to narrowNewsBusters
Nov 03 2022
Brittney Griner, imprisoned in Russia, meets with U.S. Embassy officials
U.S. Embassy officials in Russia have met with imprisoned WNBA star Brittney Griner, the White House said Thursday.
“We are told she’s doing as well as can be expected under the circumstances,” White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre told reporters aboard Air Force One after the State Department confirmed the meeting.Washington Post
Dec 15 2022
The secret JFK assassination files are finally here
The National Archives on Thursday released thousands of secret documents related to the assassination of President John F. Kennedy.
Driving the news: In a memo, President Biden authorized more than 70% of the roughly 16,000 remaining files on JFK's death to "now be released in full." The decision came after a "comprehensive effort to review" the files over the last year, Biden stated.Axios
Oct 03 2019
Amber Guyger, Ex-Officer Who Killed Man In His Apartment, Given 10 Years In Prison
Amber Guyger, a former Dallas police officer who killed her unarmed black neighbor after stepping into his apartment and mistaking it for her own, has been sentenced to 10 years in state prison by the same jury that convicted her of murder.
"Your sentence will begin today," Judge Tammy Kemp told Guyger.
Guyger, who is white, fatally shot 26-year-old Botham Jean, an accountantNPR (Online News)
Oct 12 2022
Biden Presses L.A. Council Members to Quit Amid Backlash from Leaked Audio
President Joe Biden said he believes that Democrat and former Los Angeles City Council President Nury Martinez should resign from city council following a leaked audio recording where the councilwoman made racist remarks about a colleague's son.
White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre told reporters on Tuesday during a press briefing that the president has been following theNewsweek
Oct 12 2022
Biden calls for LA City Council members caught on tape making racist remarks to step down
President Biden has called on embattled Los Angeles Councilwoman Nury Martinez and other council members present when she made racist remarks to step down, the White House said.
Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre said Biden believes “they all should” resign in light of the Martinez’s comments where she called a colleague’s young black son “that little monkey” in Spanish.
“Look,New York Post (News)
Dec 15 2022
The White House's revisionist history on Biden's gay marriage stance
Before President Joe Biden signed the Respect for Marriage Act, the White House played footage of the Meet the Press interview in which he first came out in favor of same-sex marriage.
Biden referenced the television appearance in his own remarks at the signing ceremony. “Ten years ago, I got into trouble,” he said. He was vice president at the time, and he had endorsed gay marriageWashington Examiner
Dec 11 2022
Biden aims to narrow trust gap with US-Africa leaders summit
President Joe Biden is set to play host to dozens of African leaders in Washington this week as the White House looks to narrow a gaping trust gap with Africa — one that has grown wider over years of frustration about America’s commitment to the continent.
In the lead-up to the three-day U.S-Africa Leaders Summit that begins Tuesday, Biden administration officials played down theirAssociated Press
Dec 06 2022
WH Spokeswoman: Twitter Files Are a 'Distraction...Old News'; 'It's Not Healthy'
Was it "appropriate" for Twitter to censor the Hunter Biden laptop story ahead of the 2020 election?
A reporter asked that question at Monday's White House press briefing, three days after Twitter owner Elon Musk released information showing that Twitter executives decided to suppress the Hunter Biden story for supposedly violating its "hacked materials" policy. But the story, publishedCNSNews.com