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Jun 20 2022
By now, President Biden's press-avoidant demeanor should come as no surprise. He's thus far done far fewer interviews than his predecessors at the same point in their presidencies, while making headlines for his likewise limited number of solo press conferences. The Associated Press on Thursday managed a 30-minute sit-down with the president, but even such a brief on-the-record conversationThe Week - Opinion
Jul 15 2021
Longtime Democratic strategist James Carville said Tuesday that Democrats need to do a better job at not allowing the “noisy” left wing define the party if they want to continue winning elections.
Appearing on CNN’s “Cuomo Prime Time,” Mr. Carville repeated his past warnings that everyday Americans and voters are not interested in “wokeness.”
“Look, this whole noisy, identityWashington Times
Feb 06 2014
James Carville, the "ragin' cajun" Democratic strategist, has signed on with Fox News, the network announced Thursday.
"James’ successful and storied career in politics over several decades is an enormous asset to Fox News," Bill Shine, Fox News's executive vice president of programming, said in a statement. "We are privileged to have him lend his breadth of experience, wit and dynamicPolitico
Jun 11 2020
This Abridge News topic aggregates four unique arguments on different sides of the debate. Here are the quick facts to get you started:
THE QUICK FACTSOn June 3rd, Republican Senator Tom Cotton published an op-ed in the New York Times arguing that the Insurrection Act could be used to deploy military troops on American soil to quell protests sparked by the Abridge News
Jul 31 2013
In a letter to new FBI Director James Comey, several Republican members of Congress called the Obama administration’s investigation of the 2012 Benghazi attack “unacceptable” and encouraged an “aggressive” investigation. “It has been more than 10 months since the attacks,” a copy of the letter, obtained by POLITICO, states. “We appear to be no closer to knowing who was responsible today thanPolitico
Jun 17 2022
A group of House Republicans is raising ethics concerns over White House staffers who may be encouraging the president to clear student loans while holding as much as $4.7 million in student loans themselves — a potential conflict of interest pervading the halls of the West Wing.
The group — led by Reps. James Comer (R-KY), the ranking member of the Committee on Oversight and Reform,Washington Examiner
Jun 17 2022
It took more than two years for companies to begin summoning their employees out of their pajamas and back into the office, and now it looks like landlords have something to celebrate.
Since the March 2020 COVID-19 shutdown, New York City’s recovery reached a milestone for the first time, as office occupancy topped 40% in the past week, according to Kastle Back to Work Barometer dataNew York Post (News)
Jun 16 2022
Mitch McConnell is breaking character yet again, and this time it’s on one of the most polarizing issues in American politics.
Once known as the Senate’s “guardian of gridlock,” the GOP leader is publicly endorsing the chamber’s bipartisan framework on gun safety, wading into a topic so volatile with his base that it ended one Republican lawmaker’s career this month. While McConnell’sPolitico
Nov 21 2021
Judge Jeanine Pirro and Donald Trump reprised their lovefest on this weekend’s “Saturday Night Live” as Cecily Strong and James Austin Johnson tackled the Kyle Rittenhouse verdict and word salads.
“That lovable scamp was put through a nightmare of a trial just for doing the bravest thing any American can do: protecting an empty used car lot in someone else’s town,” Strong began,USA TODAY
Jun 15 2022
Morgan Stanley CEO James Gorman disclosed Monday that he believes the United States is at risk of recession, placing the probability at 50%.
"It’s possible we go into recession, obviously, probably 50-50 odds now," said Gorman, who was speaking at a conference hosted by his bank.
Gorman also appeared to take a shot at the White House, explaining that "it was inevitable thisThe Blaze