And Biden says there will be enough vaccines for adults by the end of May.
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"I would bet my house. My personal house. Don't tell my wife, but I will bet it," McCarthy said on Saturday to a CPAC crowd.
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"The United States always stands ready to take necessary and proportionate action in self-defense," Biden said in the letter.
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Republicans say funding for a New York-Canada bridge and an extension of San Francisco's subway are pork stuffed in the $1.9 trillion stimulus package.
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The legislation includes a new round of stimulus checks and unemployment aid. Senate Democrats may clash on a minimum wage increase.
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"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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Corporate titans, usually friendlier with conservatives, are cozying up to Biden and Dems. Plus, a potential $15 minimum wage suffers a big defeat.
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Sanders 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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The protections for LGBTQ Americans would extend to employment, housing, loan applications, education, public accommodations and other areas.
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President Joe Biden said on Monday he was open to hearing ideas about reducing the size of the package. Republicans oppose it as too costly.
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Democrats are looking beyond Joe Biden's $1.9 trillion stimulus plan, with funding in mind for infrastructure, healthcare, and climate change.
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During the riot, Rep. Bennie Thompson "feared for his life and worried that he might never see his family again," the suit says.
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Tuesday's announcement comes on the heels of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi calling for a "9/11-type" investigation into the origins of the insurrection.
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The home foreclosures ban, along with the evictions ban, had already been extended by President Joe Biden's administration through the end of March.
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Impeachment is over, but so is Trump's presidential immunity. Now many officials want to see him in court.
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A series of rolling blackouts took around 1 million barrels of oil production offline and closed refineries in Texas.
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Reports have indicated that 4 House Republicans who supported Donald Trump’s efforts to overturn election results have suggested that the US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is partly responsible for security failure during the deadly attack at the US Capitol on 6th January 2021.Congressmen including Jim Jordan, Devin Nunes, Rodney Davis, and James Comer have demanded answers to their questions about her responsibility for the security of the Capitol.They also criticized her hyperbolic focus on fabricated internal security concerns.On Monday, they wrote a letter and said, “Five weeks have passed since the attack on the Capitol building, and many important questions about your responsibility for the security of the Capitol remain unanswered”.The legislators suggested that House Speaker Pelosi was involved in denying requests from then-Capitol Police Chief Steve Sund for support from US National Guard troops, in spite of then-Sergeant of Arms Paul Irving saying that he didn’t discuss that matter with her.The Washington Post also reported that Sund said that his requests for help to security officials were rejected or delayed 6 times before or during the attack.Speaker Pelosi’s chief of staff Drew Hammill said in a statement to Forbes that the congressmen’s letter is a transparently partisan attempt to lay blame on the speaker.It has been considered an attempt to deflect blame for their roles supporting the former president’s false claims of election fraud that fuelled the attack.
"This will get me in trouble, but I don't care," Johnson said, adding that "groups of agitators" and not Trump supporters caused the Capitol mayhem.
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The right-wing Twitter clone had been down since Amazon stopped providing services in early January.
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Nancy Pelosi said the commission would "investigate and report on the facts and causes relating to the January 6, 2021 domestic terrorist attack."
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