Senior White House officials met twice with a bipartisan group of senators Wednesday to discuss the framework of a massive infrastructure bill and made enough progress to warrant another meeting Thursday at the White House.
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The FAA’s Drone Advisory Committee made the recommendations as part of an effort to “create a more inclusive environment,” according to the report.
The Rev. Jesse Jackson and Bishop William Barber II were both arrested Wednesday while protesting outside the U.S. Capitol against the filibuster and Republican opposition to a federal minimum wage increase.
The scandal-plagued Democratic mayor of Rochester, N.Y., who is facing felony charges and married to an alleged drug-trafficker, has lost her primary and won’t run as a third-party candidate, bringing an end to her tenure as head of the city after two terms.
The White House announced on Wednesday that it is now the “appropriate time” for Harris to travel down South to see the border after the veep dismissed the idea of a visit as a “grand gesture” earlier this month.
President Joe Biden delivered Wednesday’s remarks on the administration’s strategy to prevent gun crimes across the country when he issued a stark warning for gun brokers who have willfully sold guns to people who are not authorized to own one and are used to commit violent crimes.
The National Guard saw its busiest year with more troops deployed in June 2020 than any time since World War II a top general said Wednesday, but White House budget cuts mean the force will see a drop in authorized troops.