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Feb 01 2023
The funeral for Tyre Nichols was held in Memphis, TN on Wednesday. The service was attended by over 2,000 people, including Vice President Kamala Harris, Rev. Al Sharpton, and film director Spike Lee.
For Context: Nichols died three days after being beaten by members of the Memphis Police Department, who have since been fired and charged with murder. The incident sparked protests andThe Guardian Reuters New York Post (News)
Oct 12 2013
Wisconsin Rep. Paul Ryan is emerging as the key congressional Republican in negotiating with Democrats to solve Washington’s two fiscal crises with a plan that only delays efforts to defund ObamaCare, not derail them.
Ryan, chairman of the House Budget Committee, is proposing a plan to increase to the federal debt that is tied largely to simplifying the tax code, make enough changes toFox News (Online News)
Aug 13 2014
Facing an increasingly hostile political landscape, Democrats are turning an old adage upside down; asking voters to believe what the candidates say, not what they do. In districts across the country, Democrats are campaigning on tax cuts, balanced budgets and rolling back harmful regulations. This pivot away from the national Democrat party isn't just on fiscal issues. With more conservativeBreitbart News
Jun 04 2019
A new audit shows Google is biased toward a small number of major media outlets — and most of them have a Left-leaning political bias. One-sided information isn’t healthy for democracy, yet the world's most popular source of news and information displays a major bias.
Back in October, AllSides conducted a 39-page Google bias report that found Google News is biased 65% toward Left andJulie Mastrine
Sep 06 2023
Sixty-one people have been indicted on racketeering charges in Atlanta under the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO) over protests and unrest around "Cop City."
Key Details: The indictment was released on Tuesday, and accused the defendants of acting as "militant anarchists." Activists say that the $90 million site of the proposed Atlanta Public Safety TrainingAssociated Press Washington Times NewsNation
Sep 15 2013
President Barack Obama won't negotiate with congressional Republicans over the U.S. government's borrowing limit, he said in an interview that aired Sunday.
Obama told ABC News' George Stephanopoulos that he would not cooperate with House Speaker John Boehner's demand for budget cuts in exchange for House Republicans' allowing the government to continue paying its obligations.
Sep 24 2019
The rift between the White House and California has become a chasm, raising questions about the future of states’ rights and whether the tension will harm the nation’s largest state.
It has become a battle royal: the leader of the world’s largest economy versus the leaders of the fifth largest, with little incentive for a cease-fire.
We are talking, of course, about PresidentChristian Science Monitor
Mar 26 2019
After DOJ says the ACA is unconstitutional, House Democrats roll out a targeted plan to expand health care.
House Democrats are rolling out a plan to strengthen the Affordable Care Act that would expand federal insurance subsidies and reverse the Trump administration’s attacks on the health care law — but avoids the party’s internal fight about more ambitious proposals to extend healthVox
Jul 05 2012
President Obamas two-day bus tour headed to northern Ohio Thursday where he revealed administration plans to file a complaint with the World Trade Organization against China for imposing more than $3 billion in duties on American-produced automobiles.
Northern Ohio is home to several major auto suppliers and their employees, and Mr. Obama plans to stress the auto industry bailout duringWashington Times
Aug 14 2013
As problems continue to pile up over the implementation of the Affordable Care Act, summertime polls from Fox News, Gallup and Rasmussen signal that growing confusion over the complexities of the law, how it will be rolled out and how much it will cost is eroding public support. A majority of Americans say they believe the new health care law will increase their medical costs and taxes,Fox News (Online News)