The federal government is on the brink of a shutdown as Congress has not passed any spending bills. A bipartisan deal is needed to keep it open.
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Florida Republican Rep. Matt Gaetz has offered Democrats subpoena power in the impeachment inquiry into President Biden in exchange for support to oust House Speaker Kevin McCarthy. Gaetz has been leading the charge to replace McCarthy as speaker and has been courting Democrats for weeks.
'Farewell speech by Gen. Mark Milley emphasizes military's commitment to Constitution over despots - Breitbart'
Outgoing Gen. Mark Milley delivers a farewell speech, stating that the military serves the Constitution, not a "wannabe dictator."
Former President Trump criticizes Nancy Pelosi and mocks her husband during a speech at the California GOP convention. Trump also attacks President Biden and criticizes California's Democratic leadership.
Retired US General Mark Milley takes a swipe at former President Donald Trump during his farewell speech.
Who is Jasmine Crockett? Age, education, and all about the Congresswoman as she goes viral for roasting Republicans
Texas representative Jasmine Crockett goes viral for speaking out against the inquiry into Joe Biden's impeachment, accusing Republicans of hypocrisy.
President Biden criticizes Senator Tommy Tuberville as an extremist, accusing him of obstructing military nominations and being uninformed.
North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum criticized the recent Republican presidential primary debate for excessive crosstalk and lack of control.
Former friend turned Republican rival Chris Christie compared Donald Trump to Donald Duck for "ducking" the GOP debate. Christie accused Trump of being afraid to defend his record.
Republican presidential debate turns bizarre as candidates squabble over curtains and make strange comments about sleeping with teachers.
Former President Donald Trump's campaign is shifting its focus from the second Republican debate to Michigan and the general election.
US Government Shutdown Looms as Congress Races to Pass Budget; Social Security Payments Unaffected, but New Applications for Social Security Cards Will Be Impacted.
Government shutdown fears loom as Congress and Senate struggle to agree on federal budget, potentially impacting non-essential agencies and services.
Angus Cloud, Prince, Mac Miller: Celebs Who Died from Fentanyl and the Frequency of Accidental Overdose
Angus Cloud's tragic death from a fentanyl overdose highlights the urgent need for the HALT Fentanyl Act, despite concerns about its potential consequences.
The Biden Administration is providing free Covid-19 test kits to Americans starting Sept. 25, with four tests per household available through covidtests.gov. The kits can detect the latest variants and will be available until the end of December. The program's costs are unclear, but in 2022, three companies were awarded $2 billion to provide 380 million free test kits. The announcement comes a year after President Biden declared the pandemic over. Insurance companies are no longer covering the cost of test kits, and the government has also granted $600 million to 12 Covid-19 test manufacturers.
Former White House aide, Olivia Hutchinson, accuses Rudy Giuliani of groping her and attempting to kiss her in her upcoming book.
The possibility of a government shutdown is looming large, after Republican leadership scrapped a procedural vote on a stopgap funding bill to keep the government running through October. Intraparty feuding between moderates and the hard-right lies at the heart of the GOP's inability to reach a compromise and highlights the challenge before House Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.).
Attorney General Merrick Garland defended the Department of Justice's work in cases involving Hunter Biden and Donald Trump.
Thieves in Spain are stealing olive oil after a heatwave caused prices to rise, leading to a surge in thefts.
Maui firefighters recount the devastating battle against the Lahaina blaze, the FDA rejects a needle-free alternative to EpiPens, and olive oil prices lead to thefts.
Conservative lawmakers proposed a bill to fund the government through October 31, but the Senate and some House lawmakers aren't onboard. A government shutdown could happen in 13 days.
Former President Donald Trump plans to deliver a speech in Detroit targeting union workers, as he skips the second Republican presidential debate to involve himself in a dispute between striking workers and automakers. Trump aims to win back working-class voters who supported Biden in the 2020 election.
Hunter Biden, son of US President Joe Biden, is facing three felony federal gun charges, including lying on a federal form. This raises questions about the hypocrisy of the Biden administration's stance on gun control.
Trump Vows to Collaborate with Democrats on Abortion for Mutual Satisfaction, Declares Heartbeat Bills Terrible, Says Biden Isn't Too Old - Meet the Press Interview
Trump criticizes Republicans for their stance on abortion and vows to work with Democrats for a policy that satisfies both sides.
Video of Congresswoman Lauren Boebert's disrespectful actions at a Denver show highlights her disregard for others, making her a target of mockery.
DOJ Defies House Judiciary Committee - Refuses to Allow FBI Agent to Testify on Hunter Biden Laptop Story - UPDATE: Jim Jordan Subpoenas Agent - Conservative Angle
The Department of Justice blocked FBI agent Elvis Chan from testifying before Congress on his role in suppressing the Hunter Biden laptop story.
Democrats show strong support for UAW workers as they go on strike against General Motors, Ford, and Stellantis.
Biden's New Year message to the Jewish community emphasizes the power of individuals to make America more just and united.
Congresswoman Lauren Boebert was kicked out of a Denver musical play after audience members accused her of vaping and causing a disturbance.
BREAKING: Mitt Romney has announced he will not seek reelection in 2024, but there is no resignation.
Hunter Biden indicted on felony gun charges related to a 2018 revolver purchase while addicted to cocaine. Republicans demand further investigation.
General Motors (GM) has increased its contract offer to a 20% wage hike for US autoworkers in a bid to avoid a strike. Ford Motor has also confirmed it offered a 20% hike and other benefits. The United Auto Workers (UAW) is demanding 40% raises and major improvements in benefits. The UAW has outlined plans for a series of strikes targeting individual auto plants if agreements are not reached. The UAW is asking for 40% raises and major improvements in benefits. A full strike would hit earnings at each affected automaker by about $400 million to $500 million per week.
Mitt Romney, U.S. Senator from Utah, announces he will not run for re-election after 25 years of public service.
US House Speaker Kevin McCarthy faces threats from the far right despite launching a formal probe of President Joe Biden.
A package of three appropriations bills cleared a procedural hurdle in the Senate on Tuesday as the possibility of a government shutdown loomed on the horizon.
"Sex cam Democrat Susanna Gibson garners backing from legislators and advocates, but the future remains uncertain"
A Virginia Democratic candidate who recorded sex acts with her husband for money on a livestreaming website has received endorsements from liberal politicians and advocacy groups.
President Biden commemorates the 22nd anniversary of 9/11 in Alaska, honoring lives lost and countering China's influence.
Joe Biden's presidency is being shaped by the scars of the 9/11 attacks, with Americans deeply distrustful of their government.
New York City Mayor Eric Adams warns that the ongoing migrant crisis will "destroy" the city, citing financial burden and budget cuts.
A Georgia grand jury recommended criminal charges against Lindsey Graham and other allies of Donald Trump in an investigation into efforts to overturn the 2020 presidential election. Despite the recommendation, no charges were ultimately filed against Graham or the other individuals. The report's release prompted Trump to claim that the case was politically motivated. The defendants have all pleaded not guilty.
Nancy Pelosi, one of the most influential Democrats, announced she will seek another term as a representative for California.
Kamala Harris is going on tour again, this time embarking on a 14-date college tour aimed at reaching young voters and talking up Democratic positions on abortion, gun control, LGBT rights, and climate change.
House Freedom Caucus member criticizes Marjorie Taylor Greene's involvement in CrossFit and focus on constitutional principles
Republican lawmakers Rep. Ken Buck and Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene are in a feud over impeaching Biden and the 2020 election.
Former Trump advisor Peter Navarro convicted of contempt of Congress for refusing to testify on Capitol Hill attack. He plans to appeal.
Federal prosecutors plan to seek an indictment of Hunter Biden by the end of the month, according to court papers.
Jill Biden, who is fully vaccinated and boosted, has tested positive for COVID-19 for the second time.
Tommy Tuberville, an Alabama Republican senator, has blocked over 300 military promotions due to his opposition to the Pentagon's abortion policies and what he perceives as "woke" sentiment among officers. If the block continues, it could affect up to 650 promotions by the end of the year, potentially damaging national security. Tuberville's actions have drawn criticism from civilian military leaders, who argue that the hold is unfair to the officers and their families and is putting military readiness at risk.
Former Proud Boys leader sentenced to 22 years for role in US Capitol attack. Justice Department cracking down on January 6 rioters.
Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell's health and capacity to lead the chamber's Republicans before the 2024 elections is questioned by some Republican senators.
Former Proud Boys Chairman Enrique Tarrio is facing a 33-year prison sentence for his role in the January 6 Capitol attack.
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Peeling Back The Layers of Joe Biden News Content
Ah, Joe Biden!. His name sparks countless headlines daily in every corner of the globe. But exactly what kind of news content can we expect to find under this topic? Let's dig into it.
Primarily, you'll come across political news. As the President of United States, decisions he makes and policies he implements influence worldwide geopolitical chessboard. Whether it’s about national security issues like Afghanistan withdrawal or domestic topics such as infrastructure investment- these actions by him create a ripple effect far beyond U.S borders.
But wait a minute! Isn't there more to Mr. Biden besides his Presidential role? Absolutely! A casual flip through sections dedicated to health might lead us to stories around his stance on COVID management or healthcare reforms; isn’t that intriguing?
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And finally, why not explore some more personal angles as well? Dive deeper into Joe’s background - from growing up in Scranton, Pennsylvania -his rise within Democratic Party ranks or even candid details about family life with Jill and their pets Champ and Major. Story-like pieces bring out human elements often lost amidst weightier political discourse.