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Aug 26 2022
GOP, White House Spar Over Student Loan Forgiveness
The White House's Twitter account responded to criticism of the new student loan forgiveness plan by framing some critics as hypocrites.
Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) appeared on a Newsmax (Right bias) broadcast this week and called the loan forgiveness plan "completely unfair." The White House Twitter account then quoted a clip of Greene's comments and said that she "had $183,504NBC News (Online) Newsweek Washington Examiner
Sep 19 2020
House, Senate Democrats Call for Investigation of Barr, Durham
Four Democratic House committee chairs called for Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz to investigate Attorney General William Barr and U.S. Attorney John Durham for their investigation of the Trump-Russia investigators Friday; their request comes one day after Senate Democrats made the same request. Democrats claim Barr and Durham made several public comments on theThe American Spectator The Hill Politico
Jun 21 2022
Jan. 6 Hearing Highlights Trump’s Pressure on State Officials
The House Select Committee investigating the Jan. 6 Capitol riot held its fourth public hearing this month on Tuesday, highlighting former President Donald Trump’s “pressure campaign” on state officials in the weeks following the 2020 election.
Committee chairman Rep. Bennie G. Thompson (D-Miss.) and vice chair Rep. Liz Cheney (R-Wyo.) gave opening statements before Rep. Adam Schiff (DAssociated Press Fact Check Reuters Fox News (Online News)
Nov 12 2015
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Dec 03 2021
US to Resume ‘Remain in Mexico’ Policy for Migrants
The U.S. and Mexico agreed Thursday to restart the Trump-era “Remain in Mexico” policy as early as Monday.
The Biden administration previously ended the policy, but a federal judge in Texas ordered the policy’s renewal, and the Supreme Court upheld the ruling. The Department of Homeland Security said it would end the program again if another appeal, filed in August, was successful.Associated Press Fact Check Fox News (Online News) The Hill
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Apr 27 2022
Is Student Loan Forgiveness A Necessary Policy Change or Selfish Act?
As President Joe Biden evaluates different options to substantially relieve federal student loan debt, Americans are debating the effectiveness of loan forgiveness.
Although Biden pledged during his presidential campaign to forgive at least $10,000 in student loan debt for every borrower, his administration has since taken a more moderate approach. The freeze on federal student loanNational Review NBC News (Online) Chicago Tribune
Dec 07 2020
Georgia, California Certify Election Results For Biden
On Monday, Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger announced that the state certified the results of the presidential race in Joe Biden's favor, after a second recount requested by the Trump campaign. "We have now counted legally cast ballots three times, and the results remain unchanged," Raffensperger said. If the margin between the candidates is under 0.5%, state laws allow requestsAssociated Press Fact Check Washington Examiner BBC News
May 29 2020
As Virus Spread, Many Nursing Homes Became Hotbeds
The COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic has had an especially harsh impact on nursing homes and other long-term care facilities throughout the country. Some data suggests that up to 42% of U.S. coronavirus deaths have been linked to nursing homes, with that number surpassing 50% in some states.
Coverage from throughout the spectrum, but especially on the right, has focused specifically onWired Time Magazine Townhall
Sep 01 2022
UN Releases Report on Human Rights Violations in China's Xinjiang
The United Nations released a report Wednesday detailing alleged human rights abuses in China's Xinjiang province.
China has committed "serious human rights violations" and its actions "may constitute international crimes, in particular crimes against humanity," the report states. It mentions evidence of "a pattern of large-scale arbitrary detention" of the Uighur Muslim minority inAxios CNN (Online News) The Daily Caller