Politics

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President Trump announces Tuesday that the United States will temporarily halt funding for the WHO Manuel Balce Ceneta/The Associated Press President Donald Trump announced on Tuesday that the United States will halt funding for the World Health Organization (WHO) and conduct a review over the WHO’s “role in severely mismanaging[Read More…]

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Barack Obama formally endorses Joe Biden for President of the United States Tuesday WHITE HOUSE/BY PETE SOUZA Barack Obama, the President of the United States from 2009-2017, formally endorsed Joe Biden’s bid for President in a video message Tuesday, finally reuniting the former running mates and positioning Obama to be[Read More…]

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President Trump retweets a tweet Sunday calling for Dr. Anthony Fauci to be fired Anna Moneymaker/The New York Times President Trump retweeted a tweet on Sunday calling for Dr. Anthony Fauci to be fired, escalating tensions between the President and the nation’s top infectious disease expert. The tweet was initially[Read More…]

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Joe Biden releases a handful of new progressive policy proposals Saul Loeb / AFP – Getty Images Joe Biden, the former Vice President and presumptive Democratic nominee for President of the United States, released a handful of new progressive policy proposals Thursday, likely looking to unite the moderate and progressive[Read More…]

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Bernie Sanders to suspend his candidacy for President of the United States SCOTT EISEN/GETTY IMAGES Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders, 78, announced Wednesday that he will be ending his candidacy for President of the US, clearing the way for former Vice President Joe Biden, 77, to be the presumptive Democratic nominee[Read More…]

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The Democratic National Convention has been delayed to mid-august due to COVID-19 Concerns 2016 Democratic National Convention ~ The Hill | © Getty Images The Democratic National Convention (DNC), which was set to take place in Milwaukee from July 13-16, has been delayed to mid-august amid uncertainty surrounding the Coronavirus[Read More…]

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Senate unanimously passes $2 trillion stimulus package Wednesday evening in an attempt to soften the economic blow of the Coronavirus The Senate unanimously passed a $2 trillion stimulus package late Wednesday – the largest emergency aid package in US history – with the intent of softening the economic blow of[Read More…]

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Several Senators who sold stocks after a briefing on the Coronavirus in late January accused of Insider Trading According to Forbes.com, revelations of insider trading among numerous US Senators has been reported in recent days. After a briefing about the coronavirus in late January, it is being reported that a[Read More…]

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Senate Democrats block $1.8 trillion Coronavirus response plan Sunday evening After three days of Coronavirus response negotiations, Senate Democrats blocked the third leg of an extensive government funding package Sunday evening, which sought to prop-up a devastated American economy and support American industries, small businesses, and workers. In a 47-47[Read More…]

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Super Tuesday to kickoff the primaries of 15 territories and include the votes of 40% of Americans Super Tuesday is set to launch Tuesday, kicking off the presidential primaries and caucuses of 15 American states and territories in which 1,357 delegates are up for grabs and 40% of the US[Read More…]