- The Guardian 03:22March 3, 2021Neera Tanden withdraws from nomination to direct budget office – live‘It now seems clear there is no path forward to gain confirmation’Governor Greg Abbott says: ‘It is now time to open Texas 100%’US set have vaccines for all Americans by end of May – BidenWray: white supremacists make up ‘biggest chunk’ of US terroristsSenate confirms Gina Raimondo as commerce secretary 12.22am GMT The Senate has confirmed Cecilia Rouse to chair the White House Council of Economic Advisers. She will be the first Black chair in the council in its 75-year history. The Senate voted 95-4, with 45 Republicans including Ted Cruz, Josh Hawley and Mitch McConnell joining all Democrats in voting “yes”. 12.00am GMT Tanden’s letter to Biden requesting her withdrawal said:Dear President Biden, I am writing to you to withdraw my nomination for Director of the Office of Management and Budget. It has been an honor of a lifetime to be considered for this role and for the faith placed in me. Continue reading...
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- Business Insider 01:08March 3, 2021Some Senate Democrats eye changes to unemployment benefits and direct payments in the $1.9 trillion stimulus planChuck Schumer told reporters talks are under way with a group of nine senators including Joe Manchin, who's suggested a $300 federal jobless benefit.
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- Breitbart News 21:34March 2, 2021Exclusive — House Conservatives Release Playbook on How to Fight Joe Biden’s Radical Immigration AgendaThe Republican Study Committee (RSC) will release a nine-page document on Tuesday afternoon exposing Democrat President Joe Biden’s radical immigration agenda and recommended steps on how congressional Republicans can stop it.
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- The Guardian 05:20March 2, 2021Cuomo faces new calls to resign as harassment investigation loomsThree women publicly accuse the governor of sexual harassmentFormer state legislative employees accuse Cuomo of ‘gaslighting’US politics – live coverageA collective of former New York state legislative employees on Monday denounced Andrew Cuomo’s apology for his past behaviour, after the governor was accused of sexually harassing multiple women, and called for his removal or resignation. Continue reading...
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- Business Insider 00:17March 2, 2021Senate Democrats prepare to advance the $1.9 trillion stimulus plan without a $15-an-hour minimum wageDemocratic efforts to salvage the wage increase with a new tax plan collapsed over the weekend as Senate Democrats gear up to pass the stimulus bill.
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- New York Magazine 00:04March 2, 2021Will We Get a Third Round of Stimulus Checks?The House has already approved Biden’s plan, which includes the third checks. If all goes well, the president should sign the bill by March 14.
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- Business Insider 20:00March 1, 202123 progressive Democrats including AOC urge Biden to overrule top Senate official and keep $15 per hour minimum wage in the stimulus packageThe Biden administration has indicated it wouldn't overrule the Senate parliamentarian, leaving prospects of a wage hike for workers in doubt.
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- Business Insider 17:13March 1, 2021To reconnect with rural voters, Democrats must invest in local renewable energy projectsDemocrats have trouble connecting with rural voters. To help these communities, they must invest in local renewable energy projects.
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- Business Insider 06:30March 1, 2021Senior Democrats ditch their backdoor proposal for a $15 minimum wage, throwing wage hike in doubt in $1.9 trillion stimulus planThe proposal was abandoned as Democrats appeared reluctant to finalize a complex plan that could delay passage of the Biden stimulus bill.
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- Business Insider 17:04February 28, 2021Biden and Congress need to tackle the gun violence crisis - before it's too lateBiden and the Democrats have already addressed many big crises facing the country, but one needs his immediate attention: guns.
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- Business Insider 22:01February 27, 2021Nearly three dozen GOP mayors back Biden's COVID-19 relief package"Whether your mayor is a Republican or a Democrat, revenues are down," said Oklahoma City Mayor David Holt, who supports the Biden-backed relief bill.
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- The Guardian 10:24February 27, 2021House approves $1.9tn Covid aid bill despite minimum wage setbackRelief bill represents Biden first big legislative win but wage hike proposal to be removed from Senate version The US House of Representatives has passed Joe Biden’s $1.9tn coronavirus aid bill in his first major legislative victory. Related: Criticism builds over Biden's failure to lift Trump sanctions on ICC prosecutors Continue reading...
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- Business Insider 10:06February 27, 2021House Democrats pass Biden's $1.9 trillion stimulus plan, sending it to the Senate as minimum wage fight loomsThe legislation includes a new round of stimulus checks and unemployment aid. Senate Democrats may clash on a minimum wage increase.
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- Business Insider 23:08February 26, 2021House Democrats to vote on $1.9 trillion stimulus plan with minimum-wage hike in jeopardy"I'm committed to getting American workers a raise and will not let Senate procedure stand in the way," Sen. Sherrod Brown told Insider.
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- New York Magazine 21:07February 26, 2021Democrats Can Still Get a $15 Minimum Wage Into the COVID-Relief BillThere are plenty of ways for Democrats to get a $15 minimum wage through the Senate. There just aren’t 50 Senate Democrats willing to do so.
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- Business Insider 05:40February 26, 2021Bernie Sanders says Democrats will try to devise a backdoor to implement a $15 minimum wage after major stimulus setbackSanders said he would introduce a plan to end tax breaks for large corporations and set up incentives for small businesses to implement a pay hike.
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- Business Insider 03:36February 26, 2021The $15 minimum wage is struck from the Democratic stimulus planThe Senate parliamentarian ruled on Thursday evening to remove the wage bump from the reconciliation package.
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- Breitbart News 03:14February 26, 2021House Democrats: Free Border Crossers into U.S. to Stop Coronavirus Spread in Foreign CountriesHouse Democrats are urging President Joe Biden to end migration controls at the United States-Mexico border to help slow the Chinese coronavirus in foreign countries.
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- Business Insider 23:57February 25, 2021Emergency monthly checks for parents could turn permanent under Senate Democrats' pushThe House stimulus would give families a monthly check of $250 or $300 per child starting on July 1. Democrats will try to make it permanent.
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- Breitbart News 20:04February 25, 2021Nolte: Poll Shows Republicans Care About Issues, Democrats Just Hate RepublicansAn Echelon Insights poll shows that Republican priorities surround the big issues of the day, while Democrat concerns are focused almost solely on hating Republicans.
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- The Guardian 19:31February 25, 2021Outrage as Marjorie Taylor Greene displays transphobic sign in CongressRepublican extremist responds to fellow congresswoman Marie Newman, whose daughter is trans, raising transgender pride flagThe Republican extremist Marjorie Taylor Greene attracted widespread condemnation – from transgender groups, Democrats and her own party – after she hung a transphobic sign outside her office in response to fellow congresswoman Marie Newman raising a transgender pride flag.The Georgia congresswoman put up the poster – that read “There are TWO genders: Male & Female. Trust The Science!” – after Newman, whose daughter is transgender and whose office is opposite Greene’s, hung the flag on Wednesday following an impassioned debate on the Equality Act, which Greene tried to block. Continue reading...
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- Business Insider 00:46February 25, 2021House Democrats gear up for Friday vote on the $1.9 trillion Biden stimulus packageSenate Democrats are awaiting a key decision that would determine whether a $15 minimum wage can be included in the final package.
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- New York Magazine 23:51February 24, 2021Democrats Must Stop the IRS From Eating the Unemployed’s Stimulus ChecksIf Biden doesn’t forgive the taxes on millions of Americans’ unemployment benefits, they might not forgive him for their giant surprise tax bills.
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- Business Insider 20:21February 24, 2021Three-quarters of all voters, including 60% of Republicans, support Biden's $1.9 trillion stimulus plan: pollA new Politico/Morning Consult poll showed widespread support for the coronavirus aid package, which is set to receive a House vote on Friday.
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- New York Magazine 18:53February 24, 2021Trump’s Reconquest of the GOP May Have an Upside for DemocracyAverting minority rule requires radicalizing Senate Democrats. The GOP renewing its vows of fealty to Trump facilitates that task.
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- The Guardian 15:40February 24, 2021Key aide said Covid was 'the best thing that ever happened' to Biden, book saysAnita Dunn said privately what aides ‘would never say in public’Cautious campaigning won pandemic battle with TrumpUS politics – live coverageA senior adviser to Democrat Joe Biden in his campaign for president believed “Covid is the best thing that ever happened to him”, a new book reports. Related: Ruling on Trump tax records could be costliest defeat of his losing streak Continue reading...
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- Business Insider 01:05February 24, 2021The $15 minimum wage poses a major hurdle for Senate Democrats as they race to pass the $1.9 trillion stimulusThe path ahead for a $15 minimum wage increase is jeopardized by the lack of support from several key Democratic senators such as Joe Manchin.
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- Business Insider 00:17February 23, 2021Democrats' $1.9 trillion stimulus clears key House panel, now on course for floor vote within daysPresident Joe Biden said on Monday he is open to hearing ideas about reducing the size of the package. Republicans oppose it as too costly.
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- Business Insider 22:32February 22, 2021Democrats want to enact a new stimulus package within weeks. Here's the possible calendar for passage of $1,400 direct payments.Final passage of the Biden stimulus could occur in early March, before the expiration of enhanced unemployment insurance for jobless Americans.
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- New York Magazine 19:03February 22, 2021Susan Collins Deals (Likely) Death Blow to Tanden NominationSenate moderates are poised to sacrifice Biden’s OMB pick on the altar of civility — but the White House isn’t relinquishing Tanden just yet.
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- Business Insider 03:40February 21, 2021Bernie Sanders is 'confident' that the $15 minimum wage will remain in COVID-19 relief package"Raising the minimum wage to $15 an hour is not 'incidental' to the federal budget and is permissible under the rules of reconciliation," he said.
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- Business Insider 17:15February 20, 2021Democrats are planning at least another $2 trillion in stimulus spending, shrugging off fears of growing debtSenate Republicans are likely to press for targeted spending, which could spark a clash in Congress over the price tag of another stimulus package.
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- Business Insider 23:50February 19, 2021Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez calls for a 'full investigation' of Gov. Andrew Cuomo's handling of COVID-19 in nursing homesCuomo's administration is under fire for deliberately withholding information about COVID-19 nursing home deaths in the state.
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- Business Insider 20:00February 19, 20213 reasons why Wall Street isn't worried about a $15 minimum wage hike, according to 3 expertsOnly 10 companies have cited or used the term "minimum wage" on earnings calls since December 15, according to FactSet.
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- Huffington Post UK 10:00February 19, 2021PM Urged To Give Vaccine Priority To People With Learning Disabilities
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- New York Magazine 02:19February 19, 2021Democrats Launch Biden-Backed Push for Immigration ReformThe bill features a pathway to citizenship and other broad reforms, but Democrats are already signaling that they may take more piecemeal approach.
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- Business Insider 23:19February 18, 2021House Democrats want to raise another $1.2 trillion in taxes on the wealthy just by auditing them moreDemocratic Rep. Ro Khanna's bill requires a boost in IRS audits for individuals making more than $10 million, but does not yet include any tax hikes.
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- Business Insider 21:45February 18, 2021Pelosi says House Democrats are aiming to vote on their $1.9 trillion stimulus package at the end of next weekDemocrats want to enact President Joe Biden's rescue package by mid-March to head off the expiration of federal unemployment programs.
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- Business Insider 16:30February 18, 2021GameStop, Reddit, and Robinhood are testifying to Congress today. Here's what to expect.Reddit may side with individual investors, Robinhood might try to condemn hedge funds, and Congress will likely call for market stability.
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- Business Insider 00:31February 18, 2021Robinhood's CEO called for the revision of outdated SEC trading rules in his prepared remarks for the Congressional hearing on GameStop"Millions of new investors have entered the market," Robinhood CEO Vlad Tenev said. "It is time for the financial system to catch up."
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- Business Insider 21:14February 17, 2021Several top Democrats break with Biden and push back on his reluctance to cancel $50,000 in student-loan debtSens. Elizabeth Warren and Chuck Schumer argue Biden has the authority to forgive student debt - like his immediate predecessors Trump and Obama.
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- The Guardian 20:41February 17, 2021Rush Limbaugh dies after suffering from lung cancer – US politics liveLimbaugh’s wife announces death on radio showHarris: ‘Teachers should be a priority with other frontline workers’US distributing 1.7m vaccine doses a day, top official saysWinter storm amplifies power grid inequality for TexansSign up to receive First Thing – our daily briefing by email 5.41pm GMT A historian who wrote a book about the rise of conservative talk radio shows said that Rush Limbaugh “just might be the most important figure in late 20th and early 21st century politics,” because of how the radio host reshaped the media landscape and the Republican party.Obviously I will have much more to say as the day and week moves on, but Rush Limbaugh just might be the most important figure in late 20th and early 21st century politics. He reshaped the media and the Republican Party. 5.25pm GMT Rush Limbaugh’s wife, Kathryn, announced his death from lung cancer on his radio show today.“It is with profound sadness I must share with you directly that our beloved Rush, my wonderful husband, passed away this morning due to complications from lung cancer,” Limbaugh said.BREAKING: Rush Limbaugh's wife Kathryn announces on his radio show that he passed away this morning due to complications from lung cancer"Rush will forever be the greatest of all time." pic.twitter.com/FSJTfmX8ZO Continue reading...
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- Business Insider 01:01February 17, 2021Democrats in Congress are ramping up efforts to enact Biden's $1.9 trillion stimulus package within the next monthHouse Democrats say a floor vote on Joe Biden's stimulus plan could come late next week. Republicans strongly oppose it.
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- Business Insider 00:04February 17, 2021Biden's $1.9 trillion stimulus plan is popular with voters, but it's crashing into strong Republican resistance in CongressCongressional Republicans say the package is bloated with measures like cash payments for families and aid to state and local governments.
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- The Guardian 19:15February 16, 2021Trump and Giuliani sued by Democratic congressman over deadly Capitol riot – liveHomeland security committee chair Bennie Thompson files lawsuitBiden action to provide aid to 2.7 million at risk of losing homesPelosi plans 9/11-style commission to examine Capitol riotRocket attack on US airbase in Iraq kills civilian contractorDemocrats urge Joe Biden to fire USPS chief and Trump ally 4.15pm GMT Dr Anthony Fauci warned that it would be several months before most Americans are actually vaccinated.The infectious disease expert had previously said he believed the vaccine would be widely available to the American public by April, but that was dependent upon Johnson & Johnson having more vaccine doses than are currently ready to be distributed once the company receives approval from the Food and Drug Administration.Dr. Anthony Fauci tells @jimsciutto that he thinks the process of widespread vaccinations will likely start in the spring and large portions of the public will be able to be vaccinated by the end of the summer. https://t.co/03kbB26lmP pic.twitter.com/LutIlKRnYz 3.58pm GMT Congressman Bennie Thompson’s lawsuit names Rudy Giuliani, Donald Trump’s personal attorney, as a defendant in the case.Giuliani led the Trump campaign’s legal team as the then-president and his allies spread the lie that the November election was tainted by widespread fraud. Continue reading...
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- Business Insider 18:13February 16, 2021Wall Street Journal editorial board warns that Trump won't win an election again"The country is moving past the Trump Presidency, and the GOP will remain in the wilderness until it does too," the editorial board wrote in an op-ed.
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- Breitbart News 19:27February 15, 2021Rep. Mike Johnson: Impeachment Was About Democrats Framing 75 Million Trump Supporters as Capitol Hill RiotersDemocrats used impeachment as an attempt to "equate" 75 million Trump supporters with Capitol rioters, Rep. Mike Johnson (R-LA) said.
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- The Guardian 10:15February 15, 2021US lawmakers call for 9/11-style commission to investigate Capitol riotDemocrats and Republicans both voice support for panel to ‘make sure it never happens again’Democratic and Republican lawmakers have issued fresh calls for a bipartisan 9/11-style commission to investigate why government officials and law enforcement failed to stop the attack on the US Capitol in January, following Donald Trump’s acquittal in his impeachment on charges that he incited the insurrection.The commission would be modeled after a panel created in the aftermath of the 9/11 terror attacks, which reviewed what caused the atrocity and laid out recommendations on how to foresee and prevent any future incursions. Continue reading...
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- The Guardian(UK) 21:24February 14, 2021Democrats defend decision not to call witnesses as tactic under scrutiny‘We needed more senators with spines,’ said Stacey Plaskett after vote to convict fell short of two-thirds majority neededUS politics – live coverageDemocrats defended their prosecution of Donald Trump’s impeachment trial on Sunday and hinted at the possibility of criminal charges, after failing to convince enough senators the former president was guilty of inciting the deadly Capitol attack. Related: Boris Johnson calls Trump impeachment over Capitol attack 'kerfuffle' Continue reading...
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- Breitbart News 20:24February 14, 2021Ilhan Omar: End the Filibuster, Remove 'Substantial Barriers for Voting' for People of ColorRepresentative Ilhan Omar (D-MN) said Sunday on MSNBC that during the Biden administration Democrats should end the filibuster and also remove "substantial barriers for voting for low-income communities and people of color."
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