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Aug 27 2021
The Supreme Court on Thursday lifted the latest federal ban on evictions during the Covid-19 pandemic, siding with landlords against a moratorium the Biden administration imposed this month despite questions about its legality. Three liberal justices dissented.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has repeatedly renewed the eviction moratorium for millions of tenants affectedWall Street Journal (News)
Jan 14 2021
What a difference a week makes. On Wednesday, we discovered that House Democrats actually support police. They are against mob violence. They believe in law and order. They believe in harsh punishment for rule breakers. They believe in accountability.
They care deeply about civility. They believe words matter. They abhor intemperate rhetoric. They are against coarse language. Fancy thatMiranda Devine
Jan 05 2020
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Ilhan Omar Accuse Trump of Threatening to Commit 'War Crimes' Against Iran
Progressive Democratic Representatives Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Ilhan Omar accused President Donald Trump of threatening to commit "war crimes" against Iran in a series of Saturday tweets.
Trump warned Iran via Twitter that the U.S. had compiled a list of 52 sites in Iran that it would strike militarily if the Persian Gulf nation chose to retaliate to the early Friday killing ofNewsweek
Jul 04 2020
Michigan village ravaged by flooding starts the recovery process, still awaits state and federal funds
LANSING, MICH. — Jenna Hulse was at work out of town as a nurse when she got a message from her brother that a dam three blocks from her house in the Michigan village of Sanford was failing.
Six feet of water entered the home, and though Hulse said she’s lucky that the house she’s lived in most of her life is still structurally sound, many other peoples’ homes were destroyed, rippedChicago Tribune
Mar 09 2021
On Day One as president, Joe Biden laid down a marker for anyone working in his White House: Treat one another with respect, or “I will fire you on the spot.”
“We have to restore the soul of this country,” he added, a not-so-subtle dig at his predecessor.
Indeed, less than a month later, a senior member of the Biden press team was asked to resign over his use of sexually crudeChristian Science Monitor
Jun 02 2021
The Fox News host Sean Hannity was criticised for appearing at a Trump rally in 2018 but according to a new book he was involved again with Trump’s campaign in 2020, helping write an ad that aired on his primetime show.
Frankly, We Did Win This Election: The Inside Story of How Trump Lost, by Mike Bender, senior White House reporter for the Wall Street Journal, will be published inThe Guardian
Apr 02 2021
Corporations and CEOs are facing backlash after renouncing Georgia’s new voting reform law.
“You don’t bite the hand that feeds you,” declared Georgia House Speaker David Ralston as Republicans begin to push back on corporations that have come out against Georgia’s new voting law.
Under pressure from Democrats to denounce the new legislation, some corporations have begun wadingWashington Examiner
Jun 28 2021
Critics Warned the Largest Tax Increase in San Francisco History Would Be Ill-Spent. It's Now Funding $60,000 Tents for the Homeless.
When San Francisco voters were considering a 2018 ballot measure that would impose the largest tax increase in city history to fund homelessness services, critics warned that the initiative's spending plan was vague and unaccountable. Now, a chunk of that money is going to fund some very expensive tents.
On Wednesday, staff for the city's Department of Homelessness and SupportiveReason
Jun 11 2021
In the past few months, Colorado has passed a series of laws aimed at supporting and protecting undocumented people after the pandemic revealed wide disparities and exacerbated inequalities in Colorado and elsewhere.
Gov. Jared Polis has signed into law measures aimed at expanding access to housing, jobs and state benefits to undocumented immigrants. Supporters say the laws will makeNBC News (Online)
Nov 19 2019
Nine witnesses will testify at five hearings between Tuesday and Thursday.
House Democrats have set up a packed schedule for their second full week of impeachment inquiry hearings, with nine witnesses set to testify between Tuesday and Thursday.
Things kick off on Tuesday morning at 9 am Eastern, with testimony from Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman (a National Security Council stafferVox