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(Page 20) BEGINNING April 1,2021


Has the economic recovery arrived?

Florida newspaper blasts DeSantis's ban on COVID-19 passports: 'Makes no sense'

Sen. Mike Lee warns Biden may be planning more gun restrictions

How a Defeated Trump Is Making a Muddle of the G.O.P.

Pfizer requests FDA clearance for vaccine in kids ages 12 to 15

Senate filibuster's racist past fuels arguments for its end

US defense chief due in Israel Sunday amid rising Iran tensions

Kerry expected to travel to China in first visit by top Biden official

Trump officials celebrated efforts to change CDC reports on coronavirus, emails show

Manchin again becomes the center of attention on Biden’s infrastructure plan

Democrats see political winner in tax fight

Democrats see opportunity in GOP feud with business

Biden’s agenda faces crucial test as moderate Democrats draw lines and GOP rallies opposition

Biden’s new slate of aid to Palestinians comes under intense scrutiny


Dow jumps nearly 300 points to a record high, gains 2% for the week

The economy is on the cusp of a major boom and economists believe it could last

McConnell, GOP slam Biden's executive order on SCOTUS

Romney blasts end of filibuster, expansion of SCOTUS

Mitch McConnell-aligned super PAC backs Lisa Murkowski, setting up clash with pro-Trump candidate

In new book, John Boehner says today’s GOP is unrecognizable to traditional conservatives and dishes on his time in politics

Cruz on Boehner: 'I wear with pride his drunken, bloviated scorn'

Bowing to Trump? GOP brings leaders, donors to his backyard

The GOP is Trump’s party, so ‘all Republican roads lead to Mar-a-Lago’

New marijuana legalization effort focuses on Republicans, including Utah’s Mike Lee

House Ethics panel opens investigation into Rep. Matt Gaetz as he faces sex-trafficking allegation

More than 560,000 people have died from coronavirus in the U.S.
(More than 31,042,000 cases have been reported.)

CDC ramps up scrutiny of rare post-vaccination ‘breakthrough infections’

Colorado in “fourth wave” of COVID-19, state officials say — but it’s expected to be less severe than deadly fall spike

U.S. cases involving Brazil variant on the rise, according to CDC data

New study says Moderna vaccine leads to more side effects than Pfizer vaccine

Brooks and Capehart on the filibuster, reconciliation, and the American Jobs Plan

Breaking down Biden’s plan to curb ‘blemish’ of gun violence in America

Manchin says 'January 6 changed me' as he calls for bipartisan cooperation

Biden will discuss infrastructure plan with bipartisan members of Congress on Monday

Biden has options beyond a corporate tax hike to pay for infrastructure, as negotiations get underway

Biden seeks huge funding increases for education, health care and environmental protection in first budget request to Congress

Five takeaways from Biden's first budget proposal

Biden calls for an extra $1.2 billion to help fund more tax audits of rich Americans

Biden asks Congress for 16% increase in non-defense federal spending

Biden has promised to raise the minimum wage for federal contractors. Their advocates want him to do even more.

Biden Creating Commission to Study Expanding the Supreme Court

Biden to surge vaccinators, testing to hard-hit Michigan

Biden administration slaps export controls on Chinese firms for aiding PLA weapons development

Biden will let Breyer decide when to retire, aide says


S&P 500 notches another record high as major tech stocks gain

Weekly jobless claims higher than expected

Fed will hike rates sooner, but bull market is on for 2021, says Jeremy Siegel

U.S. trade deficit hits record high as economy gains speed

Republicans are concerned about the debt again, even as they admit Trump grew it

Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds: 'I strongly oppose vaccine passports,' will take steps to limit their use

First GOP lawmaker calls on Gaetz to resign

Georgia's GOP lieutenant governor says Rudy Giuliani's false voter fraud claims triggered voting restrictions

More than 559,000 people have died from coronavirus in the U.S.
(More than 30,960,000 cases have been reported.)

Nearly 20 percent of the U.S. population is fully vaccinated. Many countries may not hit that target this year.

Researchers identify five new cases of ‘double mutant’ Covid variant in California

Colorado’s COVID-19 hospitalizations continue to increase as outbreaks tick upward, too

Fauci says new Covid-19 cases are at a disturbing level as the US is primed for a surge

Manhattan district attorney seizes evidence from Trump executive’s former daughter-in-law

Pelosi wants Biden infrastructure bill done by August

Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg: Corporate America 'can do more to pay their fair share' in taxes

New Yahoo News/YouGov poll: Americans favor every key aspect of Biden's infrastructure plan

Biden calls gun violence in the U.S. an ‘epidemic’ and ‘embarrassment’ as he announces executive orders to tighten restrictions

Biden calls U.S. gun violence an ‘international embarrassment’ as he outlines executive actions

Biden has a new point man on guns. He faces a steep hurdle in the Senate.

Biden-GOP infrastructure talks off to rocky start

Biden seeks to ease housing shortage with $5 billion 'carrot, no stick' approach

How Biden stimulus bill will target homelessness

Biden willing to negotiate on corporate taxes, but 'sick and tired' of non-payers

Biden administration spending $60 million per week to shelter unaccompanied minors

Tracking Biden’s environmental actions

It’s Still Hard to Be America’s Ally
(Biden wants to rebuild relationships, but old friends aren’t so sure.)


S&P 500 ekes out a record close as Fed plans to stick with easy policy

Fed officials say easy policy will stay in place until economic ‘outcomes’ are achieved

Biden tax plan would recapture $2 trillion in corporate profits from overseas, Treasury says

Stimulus checks: 25 million more payments sent in latest round, IRS says

McConnell says companies should stay out of politics — unless they’re donating money

McConnell backs away from warning businesses to stay out of politics

‘Appropriate’ or ‘not very smart’? Where Mitch McConnell draws the line on corporate political engagement.

Republicans' fake crusade against corporate power

Why Kentucky Just Became the Only Red State to Expand Voting Rights

Sen. Marsha Blackburn Mocked For Griping About Funding Elder Care

Moderate GOP senators and Biden clash at start of infrastructure debate

GOP lawmakers slam EPA chief over firing of science advisers

Republicans leverage attention on anti-Asian hate incidents in bid to overturn affirmative action

GOP House fundraisers accuse people who uncheck their recurring donation box of being Trump 'DEFECTORS' and prey to 'the Radical Left'

John Boehner: Trump's 'bulls---' cost GOP the Senate and 'led to mob violence'

More than 558,000 people have died from coronavirus in the U.S.
(More than 30,881,000 cases have been reported.)

At least 110 million people have received one or both doses of the vaccine in the U.S.
(This includes more than 64.4 million people who have been fully vaccinated.225.3 million  have  been distributed.)

U.K. variant dominates U.S. amid record-setting vaccinations

With millions vaccinated, rare side-effects of jabs are emerging

Manchin says there is ‘no circumstance’ where he would vote to get rid of the filibuster in blow to Biden agenda

These are the White House staffers working with Kamala Harris on curbing Central American migration

Biden open to negotiating on corporate tax hike, but says U.S. must take bold action on infrastructure

Biden open to negotiating on corporate tax hike, but says U.S. must take bold action on infrastructure

Biden's infrastructure plan is huge; his political margins are minuscule

Biden to nominate official from gun-control group to head ATF

Biden to announce executive action on ghost guns, red flag laws

Biden to take first limited steps on gun control, including on 'ghost guns' and pistol braces

Biden seems ready to extend US troop presence in Afghanistan

‘A moment of peril’: Biden sees infections climb on his watch


Dow falls nearly 100 points from a record high, S&P 500 breaks a 3-day winning streak

Janet Yellen calls for a global minimum tax on companies. Could it happen?

Consumers spent $900 billion more online in 2020. Here’s who will keep the biggest gains

McConnell warns biz off political speech, says it's 'stupid'

McConnell warns businesses of 'serious consequences' after many condemn Georgia's restrictive voting law

Republicans ramp up attacks on corporations over Georgia voting law, threaten ‘consequences’

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott issues order prohibiting 'vaccine passports'

Arkansas legislators pass ban on transgender medical treatments for youths, overriding governor’s veto

New Georgia Poll Shows Kemp Losing Governor’s Race to Can of Coca-Cola

Why Republicans Can’t Seem to Lay a Glove on Biden

More than 557,000 people have died from coronavirus in the U.S.
(More than 30,805,000 cases have been reported.)

Five states account for nearly 44 percent of new US COVID-19 cases

Michigan is the new coronavirus hot spot. The U.K. variant is partly to blame

Colorado confirms first cases of COVID variant that reinfects survivors easily.

Encouraging signs that the vaccine rollout is having the desired effect

The next few weeks 'are going to be critical,' Fauci warns

US set to join talks aimed at salvaging Iran nuclear deal

Talks on reviving Iran nuclear deal begin on ‘right track,’ Tehran envoy says

Is Big Business the Democrats’ New Best Friend?

Schumer gets his game changer

The White House says it wants to pass Biden's infrastructure package by the summer, sooner than expected

What's Crucial in Biden’s Infrastructure Bill: Water Investments

Biden still considering cancellation of as much as $50k per person in student debt

We’re still in a life and death race against the virus': Biden cautions pandemic is not over yet

Biden makes all adults eligible for a vaccine on April 19

Biden exceeds expectations on vaccines — so far

Joe Biden's surprising presidency


Dow climbs 370 points to close at a record high amid optimism on the economic recovery

The Fed could come under fire for easy policy while the economy soars and inflation rises

Fed’s Mester lauds jobs report, but says loose policy is staying put

Yellen speech confirms that the U.S. is back on the world stage

After new law, McConnell warns CEOs: 'Stay out of politics'

McConnell downplays need for aid to home state's government

Biden's big infrastructure plan hits McConnell, GOP blockade

Mitch McConnell Is Barking Scared Now That Corporate Power Is Against Him

McConnell urges Republicans to get vaccinated for COVID-19

Rand Paul Claims Biden’s Infrastructure Plan Infringes on Bridges’ Right to Crumble

Mike Huckabee's Outrageous Tweet Is a Perfect Example of Charles Barkley's Comment about Divisive Politics

Arkansas governor vetoes bill banning medical treatments for transgender youths

Cheney snags victories ahead of her next battle with Trumpworld

Rubio asks MLB commissioner if he'll give up Augusta golf club membership

Gaetz defends himself: I'm 'not a monk'

Republicans mobilize for showdown that will help define the Biden presidency

Time back home with voters only emboldens Republicans to oppose Biden’s agenda

Fauci pushes back on GOP criticisms, calling claims ‘bizarre’

More than 556,000 people have died from coronavirus in the U.S.
(More than 30,742,000 cases have been reported.)

FEMA to take over mass vaccination site in Pueblo, increase COVID-19 immunizations

Tamara Keith and Amy Walter on Georgia’s voting law, election fundraising rules

The staggering scale of the Trump campaign’s opt-out fundraising scheme

Democrats Prepare Plan to Raise Taxes on Multinational Corporations

Manchin says he won't support corporate tax hike to 28 percent

Manchin asks CDC to look into West Virginia HIV outbreak

Senate parliamentarian rules Democrats can sidestep two more GOP filibusters

Parliamentarian gives Democrats potential new tool for reconciliation in early ruling

Biden says higher corporate tax won’t hurt economy; Manchin opposes 28% rate

Biden defends infrastructure proposal against GOP attacks that it goes beyond traditional projects

On Iran nuclear deal, Biden faces more distrust in Tehran and sharpened knives in Washington


Dow futures jump more than 100 points after blowout jobs report

With stimulus cash and jobs spike, U.S. emerges as main engine for global economic recovery

Coke-free zones: Georgia Republicans ban Coca-Cola from office over voting law criticism

Iowa governor signs bill allowing handgun purchases without background check

DeSantis spars with '60 Minutes' over vaccine rollout: 'What you're saying is wrong'

Why some Republicans think vaccine passports will backfire on Democrats

Biden's big infrastructure plan hits McConnell, GOP blockade

GOP lawmakers pull support of candidate following comments about Chinese immigrants

Opinion: Arizona Republicans’ desperate crusade to find nonexistent voter fraud

CDC director walks tightrope on pandemic messaging

Fauci touts vaccinations: 'This is not going to last forever'

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US: Jordan’s King Abdullah ‘has our full support’; kingdom denies coup plot

How Much Is Former President Trump Still Costing Taxpayers?

Biden will push through infrastructure plan if no Republican support -energy secretary says

Biden hopes to build on wave of U.S. optimism
(The national mood is improving, and he’s making big plans while the public is receptive.)

How Joe Biden tamed the left — at least for now

Gun control advocates applaud Biden funding plan but say more must be done

Biden and the waning of the ‘neoliberal’ era


Kemp: Voting law 'worth the boycotts as well as the lawsuits'

More GOP-led states risk corporate backlash like Georgia's

After MLB leaves Atlanta over Georgia law, focus turns to Masters

HP, Dow, Under Armour among nearly 200 companies speaking out against voting law changes in Texas, other states

GOP senators push to end MLB antitrust status

Inside a stealth ‘persuasion machine’ promising Republican victories in 2022

One Republican's Lonely Fight Against a Flood of Disinformation

Americans are rushing to get vaccinated as covid-19 cases spread

US vaccinates 4 million people in one day

Blinken tells Israel: Palestinians should enjoy same rights, freedoms as you do

Here are NJ projects that could get help from Biden's infrastructure plan (including Gateway)

Schumer says Senate will move ahead on marijuana legalization

Congressman says he’s consulted with Israel about US Capitol security

White House: GOP has 'struggled to articulate a reason' to oppose infrastructure plan

White House says bills are bipartisan even if GOP doesn't vote for them

The next phase of Biden’s presidency will be harder — and riskier


Jobs report blows past expectations as payrolls boom by 916,000 in March

U.S. economy adds 916,000 jobs in March, one year after the pandemic took hold

Republicans say Biden's not focused on infrastructure, but their voters like some of his proposals

DeSantis issues executive order banning vaccine passports

Georgia governor on MLB decision: League 'caved to fear' and 'liberal lies'

GOP congressional candidate on Chinese immigrants: 'I don't want them here at all'

Republicans quietly say Gaetz's days in Congress are numbered

Republicans blast MLB for moving All-Star Game

Utah Sen. Mike Lee says Delta, Coca-Cola should apologize for criticizing new GOP Georgia election law

MLB joins over 60 other companies in rebuking Republicans this year

More than 554,000 people have died from coronavirus in the U.S.
More than 30,566,000 cases have been reported.

CDC says 100 million people have received at least one vaccine dose

Fully vaccinated people are at low-risk from travel, CDC says

MLB will move its All-Star Game out of Atlanta as backlash to Georgia voting law continues

Border crossings in March jumped to highest level in 15 years, data shows

U.S. officials and other signatories to Iran nuclear deal to meet in Vienna next week

U.S. and Iran agree to indirect talks on nuclear deal

Brooks and Capehart on Biden’s new infrastructure plan, Georgia’s voting law

White House could attempt to advance $2 trillion infrastructure package without GOP votes

Biden credits American people for jobs numbers

Biden says his new infrastructure plan could create 19 million new jobs

Biden lifts Trump sanctions on international court officials

S&P 500 climbs more than 1% to close above 4,000 for the first time

Jobless claims rise again after declining to lowest level during the

Every step of the way': McConnell pledges battle over Biden infrastructure plan

Republican lawmakers hit back after Delta CEO blasts Georgia voting law as undemocratic

GOP lawmakers request briefing on Democrats' claims of 'suspicious' Capitol tours before Jan. 6

DOJ probe into Gaetz involves cash payments to women

Utah’s Romney, Curtis reintroduce bill to advance Bonneville Shoreline Trail

Sen. Mike Lee supports the use of vaccine passports by private businesses

More than 553,000 people have died from coronavirus in the U.S.
(More than 30,497,000 cases have been reported.)

Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine effective after 6 months; Moderna starts variant trial

Billions in New Obamacare Subsidies Are Now Available on

Democrats, Republicans and businesses gird for battle over Biden’s proposed tax hikes

U.S. Navy sets up shop in Putin's 'backyard' with Sea Shield exercise

New York attorney general probes Trump Organization's CFO

Manchin after border visit: 'Past time to do immigration reform'

White House unveils $2 trillion infrastructure and climate plan, setting up giant battle over size and cost of government

Biden’s infrastructure plan aims to turbocharge U.S. shift from fossil fuels

Infrastructure plan calls for $80 billion for rail. It could transform passenger service.

Inside Biden's new 'Jobs Cabinet:' An extensive effort to notch infrastructure win

At first Cabinet meeting, Biden gives five secretaries a ‘special responsibility’ on jobs plan

Biden’s New Deal and the Future of Human Capital

White House moves to reshape role of US capitalism

‘We can do this’: Biden unveils pro-vaccine TV ads, network of grass-roots leaders to push shots

White House asks governors for help with Johnson & Johnson vaccine

Biden Plans to Repeal Trump-Era Sanctions on ICC

Biden lets H-1B visa ban expire
(His reported decision on a moratorium enacted by Trump is a boon for tech firms.)

Biden wants more seniors to get care at home instead of in a nursing facility

Biden quietly giving Palestinians $75 million to help regain ‘trust’ after Trump

Biden admin lauds talks on readmitting US to Iran nuke deal

Biden says he would ‘strongly support’ moving MLB All-Star Game out of Georgia over voting law


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