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AOC, administration spar on eviction moratorium

“Those state governments need to get it together, but we cannot kick people out of their homes when our end of the bargain has not been fulfilled. Out of the $46 billion that has been allocated, only $3 billion has gone out to help renters and small mom and pop landlords,” Ocasio-Cortez said. Ocasio-Cortez organized […]

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Biden administration resumes fast-track deportation flights

The Biden administration has continued to use the public health order, known as Title 42, which was invoked by former President Donald Trump at the start of the pandemic to expel migrants without allowing them to seek asylum. Biden has declined to use Title 42 to deport minors crossing into the U.S. The administration was […]

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Democrats at odds over extending eviction ban despite Biden plea

The scramble came hours after the White House announced plans to allow the ban to expire as scheduled on Saturday because of concerns that another extension would be struck down in court, amid the threat of legal challenges by landlords who warn that it costs them billions of dollars each month. The move forced Hill […]

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White House tries to preempt criticism of vaccination-or-test policies

“This is a really helpful way to ensure a safe workplace for employees,” Jean-Pierre said during the daily press briefing. She even pointed her comments directly at Fox News’ Peter Doocy unprompted, a departure from the Biden administration’s circumspect approach to addressing the conservative media giant’s messaging on Covid-19 vaccinations. “It also is not dissimilar […]

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‘The CDC hasn’t changed’: Biden’s top health officials try to sell new masking guidance

“The CDC hasn’t changed, and the CDC hasn’t really flip-flopped at all,” Fauci told MSNBC in an interview. “What’s happened is that when that earlier recommendation was made, we were dealing predominantly with the Alpha variant,” as opposed to the highly transmissible Delta variant. “The data are clear,” Fauci continued, that when a person who […]

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Warren warns Biden administration on PPP fees

The program, which has had broad, bipartisan support, was first enacted in March 2020 as a way to keep workers attached to their jobs. The PPP allowed banks to issue government-backed loans that could be forgiven if businesses maintained their payroll. Banks receive fees for their role. The program closed to new applicants in late […]

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Justice Department issues policy limiting White House contact

“The success of the Department of Justice depends upon the trust of the American people,” Garland wrote in the five-page department-wide memorandum obtained by USA Today. “That trust must be earned every day, and we can do so only through our adherence to the long-standing departmental norms of independence from inappropriate influences, the principled exercise […]

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Biden administration unveils new aid to prevent foreclosure spike

The Biden administration said about 1.8 million Americans remain in forbearance today, more than a year after emergency safeguards were put in place to give homeowners the choice to suspend mortgage payments during the Covid-19 crisis. The three government agencies that back mortgages — the Departments of Housing and Urban Development, Veterans Affairs and Agriculture […]

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White House backs Cleveland Guardians name change

Cleveland’s name change is part of a broader movement to change or revisit casual use of Native American symbols, particularly within sports and schools. It is only the latest step for the team, which has been gradually deemphasizing these elements on its uniforms and visual identity for several years. But it is the most significant […]

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Biden’s obsession with scoring a bipartisan deal suddenly looks quite doable

The move angered Republican negotiators. But it didn’t drive them away. By Wednesday afternoon, 10 GOP Senators had signed onto a bipartisan statement saying they were prepared to vote to break a filibuster in a matter of days. Later that night, Biden credited Sen. Rob Portman, (R-Ohio), for his work in negotiations, saying at a […]

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