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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Shane Fuhrman, the mayor of Silverton, Colorado, announced at a trustee meeting last week that the Pledge of Allegiance will no longer be recited due to “direct and indirect threats,” prompting at least one trustee to challenge his ruling before attendees recited the pledge anyway.
Sen. Tom Cotton, R-Texas, wrote to President Biden on Tuesday warning him that China could use the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympic Games to harvest the DNA from participating athletes.
Rep. Brad Schneider, D-Illinois, took to Twitter late Tuesday to announce that he will not go forward with a resolution to censure Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, R-Georgia, after her public apology for comparing the required wearing of masks in the House to the Holocaust.
China’s embassy in London on Monday responded to a joint statement issued by leaders at the G-7 summit in Cornwall, England, and said these countries should be focused on cooperation not “harming” its interest.
Jemele Hill, the ex-ESPN anchor who hosts the podcast “Jemele Hill is Unbothered,” excoriated Sen. Joe Manchin, D-WVa., in a Twitter post Sunday shortly after the moderate said he will not support the Democrat bill that would be the largest overhaul of election law in a generation.
Dr. Anthony Fauci gave a wide-ranging interview that was published late Thursday that mainly focused on the origins of the coronavirus, and he was asked if he believed his own National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases could have any responsibility for the global pandemic.
A restrictive voting bill in Texas that was on the verge of Republican Gov. Greg Abbott’s desk failed to pass Sunday night after Democrats walked out of the House chamber before a midnight deadline.
The U.S. Department of Justice announced Monday that it plans to partially appeal a court ruling earlier this month that called for the release of a legal memorandum the Trump-era Justice Department prepared for then-Attorney General William Barr before he announced his conclusion that President Trump did not obstruct justice during the Russia investigation.
Gov. Greg Abbott, the Texas Republican, tweeted out late Sunday that he intends to sign a bill that would essentially prevent cities in the state to defund police departments.