'We're leaving it open': Progressives weigh withholding vote on Covid relief over minimum wage
House progressives are strongly pushing to pass a $15 minimum wage now as they believe this moment is their best shot, and some are already signaling they are willing to withhold their votes if the final version of the Covid relief package does not include the provision.
Texas Democrat lawmaker warns border situation will ‘become a crisis’ without Biden administration action
Rep. Henry Cuellar, , D-Texas, whose district borders Mexico, says he believes the situation at the border will "become a crisis" if President Joe Biden’s administration does not take a stronger stance against illegal immigration.
Biden and his top officials slammed Trump's lack of action against Saudi Arabia, MBS in years before taking office
In the years prior to taking office, President Joe Biden, Vice President Kamala Harris, and many of their administration's top officials harshly criticized President Donald Trump's lack of action against Saudi Arabia and Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman for the 2018 murder of Saudi journalist and Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi.
Channing Phillips to be DC acting US attorney, but Michael Sherwin will supervise Capitol riot probe
Channing Phillips will take the reins as acting United States Attorney for the District of Columbia, effective Wednesday, with current acting U.S. Attorney Michael Sherwin transitioning to a special role to continue the “overall supervision” of the Capitol riot investigation “at the request of” the Justice Department, Fox News has learned.
NY Gov. Cuomo’s creepy COVID test comments resurface: ‘You make that gown look good’
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, besieged by sexual harassment allegations and anger over his handling of a deadly coronavirus outbreak in the Empire State’s nursing homes, is drawing flak over a remark he made to a female doctor in May.
Federal NDP unveils election-style promises to support small businesses during pandemic
News/Politics: Jagmeet Singh is promising that a federal NDP government would provide more support for small businesses struggling during the pandemic — including a federal bonus for companies that hire new employees or bring back those laid off.
Trump's surgeon general questions guidance about getting 2 Covid-19 vaccine shots
Former US Surgeon General Dr. Jerome Adams on Monday questioned the Biden administration's current guidance on getting both Covid-19 vaccine shots for the Moderna and Pfizer/BioNTech vaccines -- which were tested and authorized as a two-dose regimen spaced a few weeks apart -- in order to offer at least some protection immediately to more Americans.