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How to Order More Free Home COVID Tests From the Government: U.S. residents can order an additional batch of home COVID-19 tests from the federal government to ...
Feds offer another round of free, at-home COVID tests available by mail: About 14.5 million households have ordered free tests since September ...
More Free Covid Tests Available Through The Mail — Here’s How To Order: If you ordered coronavirus tests when the USPS reupped the program in September ...
Biden Administration Will Send COVID-19 Tests to Schools: The federal government will send millions of free COVID-19 tests to schools across the country ...
Scoop: Biden administration sending free COVID tests to schools: Uptake of updated COVID vaccines has been sluggish, making other precautions like timely testing ...
HHS Cyberattack At 2020 Covid Onset Was Bigger Than First Realized: Former officials at the US Department of Health and Human Services attribute the cyberattack ...
The Huge Covid-Era Hack of the US Government You Never Heard About: Covid-19 wasn’t the only crisis the US health-care system had to deal with in the early days ...
U.S. Offers Another Round of Free Covid Tests Through the Mail: Households may now order another four at-home tests, or eight if they have not placed an order ...
US Jobs Numbers Should Deter More Fed Rate Hikes, Biden Says: President Joe Biden said the Federal Reserve should be discouraged from raising interest rates ...
Hunter Biden attorney cries foul over client’s new charges: ‘Where’s the fairness?’
Quick Glance: Hunter Biden Indicted on 9 Tax Offenses
- Court documents reveal: Hunter Biden indicted on nine tax offenses, including three felony counts.
- Charges include allegations of failure to pay taxes, failure to file tax returns, evasion of assessments, and submission of fraudulent forms.
- Indictment claims defendant spent millions on an extravagant lifestyle instead of paying taxes. Charges brought by special counsel David Weiss.
- White House declined to comment, referred NBC News to Hunter Biden's attorneys and the Justice Department.
Joe Biden ‘not sure’ he would seek re-election if Trump were not running: Comments at fundraising event show US president wrestled with decision to seek second ...
Quick Glance: Former Ukrainian Lawmaker Killed Near Moscow
- Ilya Kiva, accused of treason, was assassinated near Moscow by Ukrainian special forces.
- Kiva, a supporter of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, fled to Russia after facing treason charges.
- Two Ukrainian officials confirmed that the SBU carried out the operation to kill Kiva.
- His death is the latest in a series of assassinations of Ukrainian defectors and Russians involved in Moscow’s invasion.
New York Democrat claims Comer’s investigation into Bidens is ‘house of cards’: Rep. Dan Goldman (D-N.Y.) slammed House Oversight Committee Chair James Comer ...
President Joe Biden said he wasn’t sure if he’d be running for reelection if Donald Trump wasn’t also in the race, warning democracy is “more at risk in 2024” ... Show more
Quick Glance: Biden Contemplates 2024 Run, Cites Trump as Motivation
- Biden mentioned that he might not run again if not for the unique threat posed by Donald Trump to the United States.
- Biden stated that he would not drop out of the race if Trump stopped seeking his own second term.
- During his 2020 presidential campaign, Biden often cited Trump's handling of issues as part of his decision to run.
- Biden faces limited competition for his party's nomination and is positioning Trump as a danger to democracy itself.
Boris Johnson Apologizes at U.K. Covid Inquiry for ‘Pain and Suffering’: The former prime minister, whose tenure was dominated and derailed by the pandemic ...
Biden job approval hits new low, Trump takes lead in hypothetical 2024 matchup: WSJ poll
Biden Calls New Rail Projects the ‘Biggest Investment’ Since Creation of Amtrak: President Joe Biden announced $8.2 billion in new funding for infrastructure ...
Biden forgives another $5 billion in student loans: That's $132 billion in student loan relief for over 3.6 million Americans.
Quick Glance: Government Erases 3.6 Million Student Loans
- New efforts announced by the U.S. Department of Education to aid borrowers affected by repayment program issues.
- Over 900,000 borrowers have had approximately $44 billion in federal student loan debts approved for erasure due to changes in income-driven repayment plans.
- Nearly 750,000 borrowers have now received up to $53.5 billion in relief through modifications to the previously troubled Public Service Loan Forgiveness plan.
- The Biden administration has approved the cancellation of almost $132 billion in federal student loan debts for more than 3.6 million Americans.
Biden pledges $8.2B for first U.S. high-speed rail system, new rail corridors - UPI.com
Quick Glance: Investment Boost for High-Speed Rail Network
- Three billion US dollars for Brightline West, a proposed high-speed rail line from Las Vegas to Southern California, were announced this week by the White House.
- Two high-speed rail projects in Nevada and California are receiving significant financial support from Washington.
- The Biden administration has pledged over 6 billion US dollars in federal funding for high-speed rail to close the gap between the US and other developed nations in fast and reliable passenger services.
- The allocated funds will be used for the construction of a 171-mile segment between Merced and Bakersfield in California's Central Valley.
House Republicans unveil resolution to authorize Biden impeachment inquiry: Multiple House Republicans said the chamber is expected to vote to authorize the ...
Quick Glance: US House Republicans Move Toward Biden Impeachment Inquiry
- Republican House members take step to authorize an impeachment inquiry against President Joe Biden.
- Allegations involve business irregularities by Biden and his family during his time as vice president.
- Republican Representative Kelly Armstrong introduces a resolution that would allow a vote on authorizing the inquiry.
- The Senate is unlikely to convict the president if the House passes articles of impeachment.
Trump declines to rule out abusing power or seeking retribution: Former President Donald Trump is declining to rule out abusing power if he again wins the ...
Quick Glance: Trump Doesn't Rule Out Power Abuse
- Trump declines to rule out abusing power upon return to the White House
- Biden warns that Trump is determined to destroy American democracy
- Trump refuses to promise he would never abuse power to seek retribution
- Hannity solely questions Trump in an interview differing from the typical town hall format with audience questions
Hunter Biden's lawyer says again that president's son will only testify publicly: The development comes as House Republicans inch closer to a vote to officially ...
Quick Glance: Comer, Jordan Threaten Hunter Biden with Contempt of Congress
- Comer and Jordan threaten contempt of Congress as Biden's counsel rejects public hearing.
- Committees will initiate contempt of Congress proceedings if Biden doesn't appear on Dec. 13.
- The letter represents an escalation of the conflict between House GOP and Biden.
- Republicans seek Biden's testimony as part of an impeachment inquiry into the president.
Kamala Harris breaks record for most tiebreaking Senate votes by VP: Harris broke a nearly 200-year-old record.
Quick Glance: Kamala Harris Sets VP Record for Most Senate Decisions
- Kamala Harris has shattered the record for most Senate decisions with 32 votes in just two and a half years.
- Harris plays a crucial role in a closely split Senate.
- The vice president serves as president of the Senate and has the right to cast deciding votes.
- Harris has also cast deciding votes for two major priorities of the Biden administration.
Hunter Biden says Republicans are trying to ‘kill me’ to destroy father’s presidency
Private railway Brightline: First US high-speed train to connect Los Angeles with Las Vegas
Battenfeld: Biden starts crucial part of re-election campaign bogged down by corruption charges
Ukraine war - Situation in the morning: US dispute continues to block Ukraine aid
Quick Glance: Ukraine: Zelenskyy Cancels US Senators Briefing
- The Ukrainian President canceled a scheduled meeting with US senators.
- He was going to request continued military support due to the ongoing Russian invasion.
- The Biden administration urges Congress to approve nearly $106 billion for the war in Ukraine.
- A group of Republicans oppose further assistance, arguing that US funds should be spent at home.
Biden says he was not improperly involved in son’s, brother’s business dealings: President Joe Biden fired back against claims from House Republicans that he was ...
Why Nikki Haley polls better against Joe Biden than Donald Trump does: A POLITICO analysis shows the former South Carolina governor is winning swaths of moderate ...
Tommy Tuberville announces end to blanket military holds: “We fought hard,” he said after telling his Republican colleagues he was lifting his holds.
Quick Glance: Tuberville Relinquishes Military Confirmation Hold
- Released hold after pressure from Republican colleagues
- Stalled military promotions in protest of Pentagon policy
- Originally set conditions for lifting the hold
- Decision welcomed by White House and Democratic Senate leader
Biden used to keep quiet about Trump. Now Biden's invoking his name to raise alarms
Quick Glance: Trump's Fascist Rhetoric Against Biden
- Trump compares President Biden to a fascist tyrant and distributes signs reading 'BIDEN ATTACKS DEMOCRACY'.
- He uses fascist rhetoric in his speeches in Iowa to rally his supporters and portray opponents as enemies.
- Since leaving the White House, Trump has stated he would have an expansive view of executive branch authority in a second term.
- The speech marked a striking rhetorical escalation of themes that Trump has consistently hammered as he racked up 91 criminal charges in four separate cases this year.
Biden launches a Hollywood fundraising blitz to tap into star power with strikes over
Preliminary vote in the US Senate: Republicans block new aid for Ukraine and Israel
Seven delusions plaguing the mind of the Trump base voter: My safe 2024 prediction: The losing party will believe it is “the end of America.”
Biden says he's 'not the only one who can defeat' Trump : President Joe Biden said Wednesday that he didn't think he was the only Democrat who could prevail over ...
Biden sees uptick in support from Democrats on handling of Israel-Hamas conflict: Poll
Biden embraces power to break patents of costly drugs: Progressives have long advocated for so-called march-in rights to lower the price of drugs developed with ...
Quick Glance: US Policy Allows Seizure of Patents for Government-Funded Drugs
- The Biden Administration announced a new policy to seize patents for government-funded drugs if their prices are considered too high.
- The policy establishes a roadmap for the government's march-in rights, which have never been utilized before.
- It would enable the government to grant additional licenses to third parties for products developed using federal funds if the original patent holder does not make them available to the public on reasonable terms.
- The government will consider factors such as whether only a narrow set of patients can afford the drug, and whether drugmakers are exploiting a health or safety issue by hiking prices.
Trump’s vow to only be a dictator on ‘day one’ follows growing worry over his authoritarian rhetoric
Lucas: Biden’s ‘help’ leaves a lot to be desired: Without federal assistance and a curb on illegal immigration Massachusetts will soon face higher taxes and a ...
White House interns demand Middle East cease-fire in letter to Biden: A group of White House interns called for a permanent cease-fire between Israel and Hamas ...
Quick Glance: White House Interns Urge Biden for Gaza Cease-Fire
- A group of over 40 anonymous White House interns called on President Biden to support a permanent cease-fire in Gaza.
- The interns are urging the administration to demand a permanent cease-fire, referencing the ongoing conflict between Israel and Hamas.
- The signees of the letter served in various offices, including the Office of the Vice President and the Office of the United States Trade Representative.
- The interns claim that support for a humanitarian pause is inadequate and call for a complete halt to the mass slaughter of innocent civilians in the Gaza Strip.
Trump immunity appeal offers best chance to stave off 2020 election trial: The gambit by the former U.S. president and frontrunner for the 2024 Republican ...
At tribal summit, Biden says he's working to 'heal the wrongs of the past' and 'move forward'
Quick Glance: Biden to Sign Order for Simplifying Federal Funding for Native Americans
- President Joe Biden will sign an order during a tribal nations summit to make it easier for Native Americans to access federal funding and have more autonomy in its use.
- The order creates a central hub for Native American tribes to find and request federal funding, and urges federal agencies to ensure the funds are accessible and fair.
- The administration also plans to announce over 190 agreements allowing tribes to manage federal lands, waters, and resources, and a new study to better interpret and portray Native American history.
- New rules simplify requirements for museums and federal agencies to identify items for repatriation.
Who is Mark Scarsi, the judge assigned to Hunter Biden’s new tax charges case?: Scarsi, a Trump appointee, has served on the bench in the Central District of ...
Trump takes center stage at Biden fundraisers: Former President Trump is not yet the Republican nominee for 2024, but he’s the main character at President ...
Biden’s job approval erodes further amid economic concerns: poll: President Biden’s job approval rating ticked down again in the latest CNN poll ...
Joe Biden and US foreign policy: The overwhelmed world policeman: From Israel to Ukraine: Joe Biden is coming under pressure over his foreign policy ...
President Biden, aboard Air Force One, has touched down in LA: His first fundraiser, meanwhile, was scheduled to kick off in West L.A. Friday evening
Exclusive: Biden administration presses Congress to approve tank shells for Israel's war in Gaza
Biden urges GOP to help reform gun laws after shootings in Texas, Nevada: President Biden on Wednesday urged the GOP to help take action on gun control after ...
Fake Trump electors settle civil lawsuit in Wisconsin, agree Biden won: Ten Republicans who posed as fake electors for former President Donald Trump in Wisconsin ...
Quick Glance: Pro-Trump Electors Indicted in Nevada
- A Nevada grand jury charged six Republicans claiming to be presidential electors in 2020, submitting false certificates to Congress asserting Trump's win in their state.
- Nevada AG Aaron D. Ford (D) launched an investigation earlier, making it the third state after Georgia and Michigan to seek charges against pro-Trump activists.
- In total, Trump electors met in seven states won by Biden, with investigations also underway in Arizona and New Mexico.
- The Nevada indictment has limited charges to the electors themselves so far, with the possibility of additional charges still unknown.
Ukraine Funding Fight Stokes New Fears Over US Reliability: The latest jockeying between President Joe Biden and Republicans in Congress over Ukraine aid is ...
House GOP takes major step toward formalizing Biden impeachment inquiry: Republicans largely believe they have the votes to formalize their investigation ...
US places rare visa travel restrictions on Israeli settlers implicated in West Bank violence
Wisconsin Trump electors settle lawsuit, agree Biden won in 2020: The civil settlement in Wisconsin marks the first time pro-Trump electors have agreed to revoke ...
Quick Glance: Wisconsin Trump Electors Admit Biden Victory
- 10 Republican electors retract false claims and admit Biden won the presidency.
- First agreement by pro-Trump electors to revoke their false claims and not repeat them.
- Investigations and criminal charges against Republican electors in other states are ongoing.
- Attorneys who assisted the Republican electors continue to be sued.
The House will vote next week on formalizing its Biden impeachment inquiry, Speaker Johnson says
Quick Glance: House to Vote on Formalizing Biden Impeachment Inquiry
- House Republican leaders plan to vote next week to formalize their impeachment inquiry into President Joe Biden.
- Republicans lack the votes to pass the impeachment inquiry on the floor, so they plan to vote to officially launch the investigation.
- Republicans argue that the vote is necessary to challenge the White House in court, despite no evidence of wrongdoing by the president.
- Some moderate Republicans now support the impeachment inquiry due to the White House's refusal to provide requested information.
Conservatives drive up price: US Republicans block aid to Ukraine: "Today's vote will be remembered for a long time," the US President warns Congress when it ...
Nikki Haley could mop the floor with Biden. Is that enough to tear GOP away from Trump?
Whelan, living a 'nightmare,' blames Biden for not doing more to secure his release
China Confirms Xi’s Trip to Vietnam, Months After Biden’s Visit: Chinese President Xi Jinping will visit Vietnam Dec. 12-13, marking his first trip to the ...
Biden is backing an Indigenous lacrosse team to compete in the 2028 Olympics: Lacrosse will be an Olympic sport in 2028. President Biden says he supports efforts ...
Charlamagne Tha God calls on Biden to drop out of presidential race: Charlamagne Tha God says President Biden can give voters the “ultimate Christmas gift” by ...
Climate Funds Worth at Least $365 Million Spurned by GOP Strongholds: Florida and a handful of other Republican strongholds are betting that turning down a ...
Biden ‘Heartbroken’ Over Osprey Aircraft Crash in Japan That Likely Killed Eight: President Joe Biden said he was “heartbroken” over the loss of eight US service ...
Liz Cheney, outspoken Trump critic, weighs third-party presidential run: The former congresswoman says she is determined to stop Trump. Other Trump critics ...
Quick Glance: Liz Cheney Considers Third Party, Warns of Trump-led Threat
- Liz Cheney, once a rising GOP leader, is ready to create a new third party or run for president with one.
- She hopes to play a role in establishing a new conservative party, as restoring the current Republican Party seems impossible.
- Cheney is open to joining a bipartisan ticket in the next election to include both Republicans and Democrats.
- She warns of Trump as an existential threat and suggests that a third party could provide voters with an alternative.
Biden Is Trying to Rein In Israel. Is It Working?: What started as unwavering support has given way to growing skepticism and sometimes open disapproval.
Quick Glance: Netanyahu's Dilemma: Tunnel Conflict to Eradicate Hamas?
- Netanyahu faces a crucial decision: whether to send Israeli troops into the tunnel network below Gaza, which could have major political consequences.
- Entering the tunnel network in Gaza would change the dynamics of the war, giving Hamas a strategic advantage in underground warfare.
- Israeli troops would face enormous challenges due to a lack of information about the tunnels and the potential threats posed by booby traps and ambushes set by Hamas.
- Israel is considering alternative strategies such as using poison gas or flooding the tunnels with seawater to gain an advantage over Hamas fighters.
US election campaign: Joe Biden justifies his candidacy with concerns about Donald Trump
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