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Mar 17 2021
Joe Biden told immigrants making the difficult journey to the US-Mexico border “don’t come over” as the administration attempts to respond to an increase of unaccompanied children seeking asylum.
In a wide-ranging interview with ABC News’ George Stephanopoulos, aired in full on Wednesday morning, the US president also discussed vaccines, Vladimir Putin and the New York governor, AndrewThe Guardian
Apr 14 2021
Protesters and police clash for a third night after Daunte Wright's death as prosecutors weigh charges against officer
A Minnesota prosecutor could decide as early as Wednesday whether to charge a police officer who authorities say shot and killed a Black man in a Minneapolis suburb after a traffic stop -- a shooting that has sparked three nights of protests.
The Washington County prosecutor is weighing charges for Brooklyn Center police Officer Kim Potter in Sunday's fatal shooting of 20-year-oldCNN (Online News)
Apr 14 2021
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi invited President Joe Biden to deliver his first address to a joint session of Congress on April 28, two days shy of the 100th day of his administration.
In a letter sent to the White House on Tuesday, Pelosi touted Biden's "historic and transformative leadership" and praised him for, in her words, turning his campaign pledge of "help is on the way" into "helpWashington Examiner
Sep 23 2020
Associate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg returned to the Supreme Court for the final time Wednesday under circumstances both she and her legions of liberal allies and admirers hoped would never happen.
Even as President Donald Trump readied a potential replacement for the late justice, who died Friday after a lengthy battle with cancer, Ginsburg's family, close friends, more than 100USA TODAY
Sep 22 2020
The House passed a bill Tuesday that would fund the government into December and avoid a shutdown before a Sept. 30 deadline.
After clearing the House in an overwhelming vote, the legislation heads to the Republican-held Senate. Earlier Tuesday, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said she reached a spending agreement with Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and Republicans.
Aug 20 2020
The Democratic National Convention was criticized for featuring a video that included misinformation about President Trump's stances on illegal immigration.
The convention featured a video of an 11-year-old girl, Estela Juarez, whose mother was deported by the Trump administration. The clip featured Juarez's remarks about the pain her family felt after her mother was deported alongsideWashington Examiner
Jul 13 2020
‘Captain America’ Green Beret who served 12 combat tours dies by suicide, becoming the 30th from his battalion
A decorated Green Beret who served in a dozen overseas combat tours, including six in Afghanistan, took his own life last week, becoming the 30th of his elite battalion to do so.
Master Sgt. Andrew Christian Marckesano, 34, known as "Captain America" to family members and fellow soldiers in the 82nd Airborne Division, committed suicide in front of his wife on July 6, according to FoxThe Blaze
Aug 25 2018
Sen. John McCain will discontinue treatment for brain cancer, his family said in a statement on Friday, adding the progress of the disease and his advancing age will “render their verdict.”Wall Street Journal (News)
May 07 2020
Sen. Richard Burr was not the only member of his family to sell off a significant portion of his stock holdings in February, ahead of the market crash spurred by coronavirus fears. On the same day Burr sold, his brother-in-law also dumped tens of thousands of dollars worth of shares. The market fell by more than 30% in the subsequent month.
Burr’s brother-in-law, Gerald Fauth, who has aProPublica
Jun 18 2020
What’s happening: The Supreme Court on Monday issued a landmark ruling for LGBTQ rights.
By a 6-3 vote, the court ruled that the 1964 Civil Rights Act — which bans workplace discrimination based on sex, race and religion — also applies to sexual orientation. Prior to the decision, it was legal in a majority of states for employees to be fired for being gay, bisexual or transgender.Yahoo! The 360