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Dec 14 2021
Congress came one step closer to finally raising the debt ceiling Tuesday when the Senate approved a procedural vote 50-49 on a bill to raise the debt ceiling $2.5 trillion.
The vote puts the chamber on path to pass the bill Tuesday afternoon. Then the House of Representatives is expected to quickly sync up with the Senate, sending the bill to President Biden's desk and averting aFox Business
Mar 22 2022
Investigations — Over the last few weeks and months, voter fraud probes have been initiated in multiple Florida counties, looking at whether dozens of ineligible voters cast votes in the 2020 election. Those who have been flagged appear to be people with felony convictions who remained disqualified from voting even after the passage of Amendment 4 in 2018, which lifted the state’s lifetime banPolitico
May 10 2017
President Trump’s shocking and unexpected dismissal of FBI Director James Comey has left the White House with a lot of questions to answer.The Hill
Aug 24 2020
TikTok on Monday sued U.S. President Donald Trump over his executive order banning transactions in the United States with the popular short-form video-sharing app, calling it a pretext to fuel anti-China rhetoric as he seeks reelection.
TikTok and its parent ByteDance Ltd rejected what they called the White House’s position that it was a national security threat, saying they had taken “Reuters
Aug 05 2017
Former White House Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci can’t seem to stay out of the media spotlight despite his promise to “go dark.”HuffPost
Apr 05 2022
He was initially charged with the equivalent of trespassing, but T.J. Robertson has spent nine months in solitary confinement. His trial, scheduled to begin April 5, shows how the Jan. 6 Capitol assault reverberates among families and throughout America.
Samantha Robertson spots a broken railing on the front porch, and mentally adds it to an ever-growing list of chores for her husbandChristian Science Monitor
Jul 16 2020
'I think I'm pretty effective:' Fauci says he's staying in his job despite 'complicated' relationship with Trump
Top infectious disease expert Dr. Anthony Fauci batted away criticism from President Donald Trump and his allies and made it clear he did not think he would be fired despite he called a "complicated" relationship with the president.
Trump's allies have publicly criticized Fauci and coronavirus task force head Dr. Deborah Birx, but sent mixed signals Wednesday after the White HouseUSA TODAY
Dec 08 2021
Rep. Devin Nunes (R-Calif.) is leaving the US House of Representatives to take on a position as CEO of Trump Media & Technology Group, the former president’s latest nebulous enterprise.
Nunes, an ardent Trumper, has spent 10 terms in Congress. His main social media qualification seems to be that he likes to hold a petty grudge. During his tenure as chair of the House IntelligenceMother Jones
Apr 29 2020
White House senior adviser Jared Kushner said Wednesday that he is very confident America has all the testing the country needs to start reopening in accordance with coronavirus' safety protocol.
Appearing on "Fox & Friends" with hosts Steve Doocy, Brian Kilmeade and Ainsley Earhardt, Kushner said that this has been a historic and unprecedented challenge for the administration asFox News (Online News)
Jan 07 2022
The US economy added 199,000 jobs in December, the Labor Department reported Friday. That was the fewest jobs added in any month of 2021.
That was a major disappointment: Economists had forecast jobs growth of double that number.
So how could forecasts be so off again?
"We just have to acknowledge that this is still such an unusual time. In the best of times it's hard toCNN Business