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Jan 29 2014
There has been much discussion about income inequality recently. President Obama seems to think that we can make significant progress in eliminating poverty by raising the minimum wage as his State of the Union address highlighted.Washington Times
Dec 22 2014
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio on Monday called for “political debate” and protests to end until after the funerals of two police officers fatally shot last weekend by a man who cited the deaths of unarmed black men at the hands of law enforcement.
Mr. de Blaiso, who has come under intense scrutiny for his support for protesters and a deteriorating relationship with police unions,Wall Street Journal (News)
Apr 08 2019
United States District Judge Richard Seeborg on Monday blocked the Trump administration's policy of sending asylum seekers back to Mexico while they await the court to hear their case, commonly referred to as the "Remain in Mexico" program. Judge Seeborg's ruling, however, is being put on hold until Friday so Trump's team has the opportunity to appeal, the Associated Press reported.
Nov 06 2013
Gov. Chris Christie shattered the GOP gender gap in blue-state New Jersey winning 57 percent of women voters. He also won a third of Democrats a majority of Latinos and nearly half of union voters.Christian Science Monitor
Feb 12 2013
President Barack Obama is expected to prod Congress to take steps to spur the economy, in a State of the Union address that is also set to include immigration, gun control, climate change and education as key themes.Wall Street Journal (News)
Jul 23 2019
Boris Johnson will become Britain’s next prime minister after winning a convincing victory over Jeremy Hunt in the Conservative party leadership race.
The former mayor of London, who has long cherished an ambition to lead his country, won 66% of the votes – 92,153, to Hunt’s 46,656. Turnout was 87.4% among 159,320 party members.
In a characteristically lighthearted acceptanceThe Guardian
Jun 07 2012
Chairman Ben Bernanke says the Federal Reserve is prepared to take further steps if the U.S. economy weakens, but he isn't signaling that any action is imminent. Bernanke says the European debt crisis poses significant risks to the U.S. financial markets. And he notes that U.S. unemployment remains high and the outlook for inflation subdued.
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Mar 31 2020
American and Chinese officials are engaged in an ideological “battle” occasioned by the novel coronavirus pandemic that could shape global perceptions of free societies and authoritarian regimes, according to U.S. officials.
“There is a real question that I don't think has been resolved yet about which one of the multiple competing narratives prevails here,” a senior U.S. official whoWashington Examiner
May 31 2012
Bill Internicola, a 91-yar-old World War II veteran, was born and raised in Brooklyn, N.Y., and now lives in Florida's Broward County. He recently received a letter from county elections officials asking him to show proof he was a U.S. citizen or be removed from the voting rolls.
Internicola says he was "flabbergasted."
"To me, it's like an insult," he says. "They sent me a formNPR (Online News)