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Aug 22 2020
Members of the House have passed a bill that allocates $25 billion to the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) and puts a freeze on operational changes at the agency that have been the subject of heated controversy, with Democrats arguing they have slowed mail delivery and are part of the Trump administration’s bid to undermine mail-in balloting ahead of November’s election.
The bill, called H.RThe Epoch Times
Dec 30 2022
With 2022 coming to a close, all sides of the political spectrum are reflecting on the year's biggest stories.
Different sides of the media portrayed certain stories as being the year's biggest. Some right-rated sources, including Washington Examiner, Fox News (Right bias), and Washington Free Beacon (Right bias) highlighted stories such as the border crisis, new crime and climateVox Voice of America (VOA) Washington Examiner
Sep 30 2020
The House Intelligence Committee on Wednesday released a report finding that the U.S. intelligence community has failed to adapt to the growing threat from China, arguing that it will struggle to compete on the global stage for decades to come if it does not implement major changes.
The big picture: The 200-page report, based on thousands of analytic assessments and hundreds of hours ofAxios
May 04 2021
The National Republican Congressional Committee is targeting 10 additional Democrats in the House for 2022 as the GOP looks to regain control of the chamber.
Roll Call noted all 10 of the incumbent Democrats are in states set to lose a House seat as result of the 2020 census.
The seats are in addition to the 47 Democrat-held seats the NRCC announced in February were beingNewsmax (News)
Nov 03 2020
Donald Rainwater, the Libertarian Party's (L.P.) candidate for governor of Indiana, has racked up some unprecedented polling numbers for a Libertarian in a race in which both major parties are running candidates. The 57-year-old Navy veteran and information technology professional hit as high as 24 percent in a Change Research poll back in September.
While that very high result was anReason
Nov 22 2019
A former FBI lawyer is being investigated for allegedly altering a document connected to the surveillance of Trump campaign adviser Carter Page, according to a report Thursday.
CNN reported the investigation, citing several sources briefed on the matter.
The FBI official was not identified nor is it clear exactly how the allegedly altered document influenced the investigation ofWashington Times
Sep 12 2021
Women in Afghanistan can continue to study in universities, including at post-graduate levels, but classrooms will be gender-segregated and Islamic dress is compulsory, the Taliban government’s new higher education minister said Sunday.
The announcement came as a Taliban official said Qatar’s foreign minister arrived in the Afghan capital of Kabul — the highest level visitor since theAssociated Press
Jul 01 2021
The Supreme Court on Thursday ruled that a pair of Republican-backed Arizona voting restrictions do not run afoul of federal law, rejecting a Democratic challenge and dealing a blow to voting rights advocates.
The decision comes as a raft of GOP-crafted voting limits are introduced and passed across the country, with Democrats and civil rights groups turning to courts to argue the newThe Hill
Jun 23 2020
The world's largest online retailer Amazon is preventing a publisher from advertising a new book that exposes the dangers posed by the transgender movement that's been sweeping the nation.
Abigail Shrier wrote the book "Irreversible Damage: The Transgender Craze Seducing Our Daughters" to highlight how the transgender movement is hurting women by trying to normalize the idea of girlsCBN
Dec 16 2020
While the pandemic certainly forced higher education to evolve, those changes haven’t degraded standards—the degradation was already happening, even before Allan Bloom published “Closing of the American Mind” in 1987. Any further dumbing down that’s occurred as a result of Zoom classes was a continuation of that trend—not what started it.
Take the pass-fail grading systems that manyWall Street Journal (Opinion)