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Mar 14 2015
It's hard to find a voice on the left willing to speak up for the Trans-Pacific Partnership deal. Unions are freezing donations to Democrats in protest of it. Elizabeth Warren is fighting it. Robert Reich is campaigning against it, as is Joseph Stiglitz. Paul Krugman is a soft no, and he wonders: "Why, exactly, should the Obama administration spend any political capital — alienating labor,Vox
Aug 19 2013
Nearly a month ago, the Senate voted down an amendment offered by Republican Senator Rand Paul to strip Egypt of its $1.5 billion per year in foreign aid after the government was overthrown by the military. The amendment was rejected 86-13 in the Senate but now, a new Rasmussen Report shows just 18 percent of Americans support the continuation of aid to Egypt.
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May 17 2019
Bill Barr vows to uncover 'exactly what happened' with Russia probe, says explanations have been 'inadequate'
Attorney General Bill Barr, in an exclusive interview with Fox News, said the country must know “exactly what happened” with counterintelligence activities conducted during the 2016 election -- and he is determined to get to the bottom of the case.
In his first interview since becoming attorney general, Barr spoke to “America’s Newsroom” host Bill Hemmer during a visit to El SalvadorFox News (Online News)
Nov 01 2017
Paul Manafort was deemed a serious flight risk after it was revealed that he has 3 US passports and has traveled to several foreign countries, such as China, Mexico and Ecuador, under a fake name. He was placed on house arrest on Monday.CNN (Online News) The Guardian Fox News (Online News)
Jun 05 2018
The Special Counsel's Office has accused former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort of attempting to get witnesses to lie for him in court, and they've asked the judge to send him to jail as he awaits his trial.USA TODAY Washington Times CNN (Online News)
Oct 20 2012
During the Bush years, the conservative movement enthusiastically supported the president until late in his second term, when fiscal conservatives started raising their voices. Their protests and the subsequent rise of the Tea Party were supposed to signal a change. Everywhere, folks on the right talked about the urgency of addressing present and projected deficits. Rep. Paul Ryan rose toThe Atlantic
Jul 16 2019
President Donald Trump asserted Tuesday that his recent tweets targeting a quartet of progressive congresswomen "were NOT Racist," and urged Republican lawmakers to vote against a House resolution formally condemning the incendiary posts.
"Those Tweets were NOT Racist. I don’t have a Racist bone in my body! The so-called vote to be taken is a Democrat con game. Republicans should notPolitico
Dec 20 2017
Savannah Guthrie interviewed Paul Ryan on the merits of the GOP's tax bill, with Guthrie asking if Ryan is living in a "fantasy world" for advocating that the plan will benefit the middle class. He asserted that the corporate tax cuts will help businesses reinvest in their employees.Insider The Daily Caller HuffPost
Oct 31 2023
The United Auto Workers union reached a tentative agreement with General Motors on Monday, potentially bringing an end to the six-week strike that drew national and presidential attention.
The Details: The GM deal, which isn’t final until union members vote to approve it, includes a base pay raise of 11% immediately and 25% over four years. It would also scrap a tiered wage system thatWashington Post The Hill Fox Business
Mar 20 2019
The special counsel’s office said it was facing the “press of other work” and needed more time to comply with the request.
Prosecutors in special counsel Robert Mueller’s office have asked a judge for more time to respond to a request for records related to their investigation of former Donald Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort, saying they’re too busy with “other work” right now.HuffPost