On Biden’s Plan, Democrats Will Come To An Agreement: ‘The View’ With Hillary Clinton

October 11, 2021

Former Secretary of State and 2016 Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton predicted Monday on “The View” that Democrats will achieve an agreement in the Senate on President Joe Biden’s agenda, but that legislation like the $3.5 trillion infrastructure plan is “overdue.” “I believe they will reach an agreement,” Clinton remarked. “They need to go into the […]

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Xi Jinping Of China Calls For “Peaceful” Reunification Of Taiwan

October 10, 2021

TAIPEI, Taiwan – Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-w Despite increased military threats against the self-governing island, Chinese President Xi Jinping said on Saturday that a “peaceful” reunification of Taiwan with China’s mainland was in Beijing’s interests. Xi spoke in the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, where he emphasized the need of the ruling Communist […]

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Gen. Mark Milley: Presidents’ Soothsayer and Snare

September 27, 2021

WASHINGTON, DC – In his two years as chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Gen. Mark Milley has been the subject of more political intrigue and discussion than any of his recent predecessors. Firestorms have erupted one after another around him, which is uncommon for an official who, by law, is a presidential whisperer […]

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US Citizens Are Prepared To Deport Haitian Migrants Who Have Collected In Texas

September 18, 2021

DEL RIO, Texas — Officials said Saturday that the US planned to ramp up its attempts to deport Haitian migrants on planes back to their Caribbean nation, as agents rushed into a Texas border community where thousands of Haitians have camped after crossing the border from Mexico. According to a statement from the Department of […]

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Breyer Said Justice Amy Coney Barrett Is Picking Up The Mores Of The Supreme Court

September 13, 2021

Justices Stephen Breyer and Amy Coney Barrett of the United States Supreme Court found common ground on Monday, expressing their worry that the nation’s top court is increasingly seen in ideological terms. According to the Louisville Courier-Journal, in one of her first public remarks as a justice, Barrett assured an audience in Kentucky on Sunday […]

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Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, 9/11 Mastermind, Is Back In Court As Military Trial At Guantanamo Bay Encounters Snag

September 8, 2021

The drawn-out pretrial proceedings of Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and four other inmates accused of planning the Sept. 11 attacks resumed on Tuesday after more than 560 days of delay. The hearing, however, only took a few hours to hit yet another speed bump. For the first time since the epidemic, Mohammed, Walid bin Attash, Ramzi […]

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Governor Of California Is Requesting $16.7 Million In Help For Afghan Refugees

September 4, 2021

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — California’s governor and legislative leaders sought $16.7 million in state funds on Friday to assist Afghan refugees in the state’s resettlement. Governor Gavin Newsom stated in a statement that the request to utilize general fund money to help refugees escaping the Taliban control shows that “California stands ready to assist those in […]

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Wisconsin Democratic Governor: $680K For Election Probe Is ‘Outrageous’

August 31, 2021

MADISON, Wis. — After meeting with former President Donald Trump, Democratic Gov. Tony Evers called it “outrageous” that Republicans intended to spend $680,000 on an inquiry into the 2020 race in Wisconsin Democratic Governor, accusing Assembly Speaker Robin Vos of “drinking the Kool-Aid.” Former Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice Michael Gableman will oversee the probe requested […]

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Biden Tells Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu That He Will First Try Dialogue With Iran

August 28, 2021

WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden told Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett on Friday that negotiation was his first choice, but that if his effort to resurrect the Iran nuclear agreement fails, he will explore alternative measures. Bennett was sworn in as prime minister in June, and Biden made the remarks when the two sat down […]

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Report: Hit By Cyberattack, US Census Bureau Count Unaffected

August 18, 2021

According to a watchdog assessment issued Wednesday, hackers targeted US Census Bureau computer servers unrelated to the 2020 census last year during a cybersecurity assault, but their attempts to maintain access to the system were unsuccessful. The attack on the bureau’s remote access servers took place in January 2020. The Census Bureau, according to the […]

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