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Apr 15 2021
Russia can’t seem to quit antagonizing the United States and its friends. In just the past year, the Kremlin hacked its way into the computer systems of the US government and Fortune 500 companies, interfered in the 2020 election, and amassed a large military force on Ukraine’s border.
As punishment, President Joe Biden on Thursday announced a series of measures designed to, as theVox
Jan 17 2021
U.S. President-elect Joe Biden will wait for a recommendation from his intelligence advisers on whether to share classified information with President Donald Trump after the Republican leaves office, Biden’s top aide said on Sunday.
Ron Klain, the incoming White House chief of staff, made the comment after former principal deputy director of national intelligence, Sue Gordon, wrote anReuters
Dec 04 2020
Ever since Joe Biden became our nation’s presumptive next president, the media has been bending over backward to celebrate historic “firsts” for women.
This past week alone, they couldn’t get enough of the first female college football player kicking in a Power Five conference, Kamala Harris hiring the first all-female senior vice president staff, or Biden choosing the first all-femaleThe Daily Signal
May 04 2020
Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) released a plan Monday to reopen the House amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The top House Republican, along with Rep. Tom Cole (Okla.), the ranking GOP member of the Rules Committee, and Rep. Rodney Davis (Ill.), the ranking GOP member of the House Administration Committee, offered four strategies as part of the plan.
“This pandemic hasThe Hill
Mar 24 2021
Liberals spent years building a massive dark-money machine. Now conservatives are trying to match them.
Major donors are convening at former President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort next month for a two-day gathering to talk about what went wrong in 2020 — and to build a big-dollar network to take back power.
The summit is being sponsored by the Conservative PartnershipPolitico
Oct 10 2020
Georgia’s Fourteenth Congressional District was created by Republican legislators about a decade ago, after the 2010 census. It’s bordered by Tennessee to the north and Alabama to the west, with jagged lines in between—which reflect, in part, an effort to redraw the neighboring Ninth District around the home of a Republican congressman, Doug Collins. Except for Athens, where the University ofThe New Yorker
Feb 17 2021
This past Sunday, Bill Gates (net worth, $133 billion) and Anderson Cooper ($110 million) got together on 60 Minutes to discuss the numerous sacrifices Americans will be expected to make to avert an imminent climate catastrophe.
First, we should refrain from referring to these sorts of conversations as “journalism,” since Cooper never challenges any of Gates’s wild predictions norNational Review (News)
Aug 16 2021
Repercussions from the Delta variant of Covid-19 are starting to ripple across companies, raising staffing costs in senior housing, disrupting production of potato chips and leading some companies to rein in profit projections.
Still unclear: whether the highly contagious strain of the virus will be a momentary stumble in an improving global economy—one that businesses and consumers areWall Street Journal (News)
Apr 22 2020
With the California Consumer Privacy Act now the law, digital media companies are reevaluating their online data collection policies and the procedures they use to ensure compliance. Many in the industry see the CCPA as the most comprehensive consumer privacy law and a benchmark for other states to follow. It’s a call to reassess the collection and use of personal information in the digitalNieman Lab
Dec 17 2020
John Harwood, writing for CNN’s website, says that “Trump will leave office in January with a historically bad record on the economy. . . . Alone among the 13 presidents since World War Two, Trump will exit the White House with fewer Americans employed than when he started. He will have overseen punier growth in economic output than any of the previous 12 presidents.”National Review (News)