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Neera Tanden Withdraws Nomination for Biden’s Office of Management and Budget

Controversial tweets didn't help her chances The post Neera Tanden Withdraws Nomination for Biden’s Office of Management and Budget first appeared on Le·gal In·sur·rec·tion.
Topics: Joe Biden

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McConnell Snarks About Trump Taking Credit for His Reelection: I Want to Thank Him for My 2014 Win...

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Pentagon inspector reveals new GOP Congressman would drink, take Ambien and make sexual advances on...

While working at the Pentagon, Rear Admiral Ronny Jackson would drink while working, take Ambien and make sexual advances to staffers, the inspector general reported Tuesday, according to CNN. Jackson, who has since been elected as a Republican...
Topics: Pentagon, CNN

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Some Senate Democrats eye changes to unemployment benefits and direct payments in the $1.9 trillion...

Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV) talks with reporters before a series of Senate votes known as vote-a-rama in the Capitol on February 4, 2021. Photo By Tom Williams/CQ-Roll Call, Inc via Getty Images Some Democrats are pushing to change unemployment...
Topics: Senate, Unemployment, Usa Photos

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FBI Director: No Evidence Left-Wing Activists Attacked US Capitol

FBI Director Christopher Wray on Tuesday defended the bureau against criticism that it missed warning signs about the January 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol and failed to adequately sound the alarm about the possibility of violence by supporters of...
Topics: FBI, Activism

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Newsom calls Texas 'absolutely reckless' for lifting Covid rules

OAKLAND — California Gov. Gavin Newsom chided his Texas counterpart on Tuesday for lifting coronavirus restrictions, saying the change risked a viral resurgence. While Newsom did not specifically name Texas or its Republican Gov. Greg Abbott, it...

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New York Democratic lawmakers say they're open to impeaching Gov. Andrew Cuomo

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo is under increasing pressure from fellow Democrats. Stefani Reynolds/Getty Images Several New York state lawmakers shared their thoughts with Insider on the fate of Andrew Cuomo. While the Democrats largely agreed on...

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Big Sean Says He Contemplated Suicide Many Times With A Gun In His Hand

But the 'I Decided' rapper took control of his life, sought therapy and got back on track.
Topics: Gun Control

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Budget Nominee Tanden Withdraws Nomination Amid Opposition

President Joe Biden's pick to head the Office of Management and Budget, Neera Tanden, has withdrawn her nomination after she faced opposition from key Democratic and Republican senators for her controversial tweets. Her withdrawal marks the first...
Topics: Joe Biden

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Mississippi becomes the next 'failed state' as the water system enters third week of failure: Joy...

The severe weather crisis in Texas was so bad that power went out and water and sanitation quickly followed. While Texas has power and water and can begin the long, tedious process of repairing their homes, Mississippi is still suffering. Like...

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Former Republican official blasts Ted Cruz with profanity in new autobiography

Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) once joked that someone could kill Sen. Ted Cruz (R-X) on the Senate floor and they wouldn't be found guilty even if they were tried by the U.S. Senate, CNN reported at the time. According to Rolling Stone, Cruz's former...
Topics: Autobiographies, Biographies, Lindsey Graham, Senate, CNN

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Orgs required to thank Oklahoma governor publicly as a condition for CARES Act funding: report

The CARES Act was passed by Congress and signed by former President Donald Trump, but Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt (R-OK) wants credit too, according to local site The Lost Ogle. Last year, Stitt gave 0.002 percent of the state's $1.5-billion CARES...
Topics: Donald Trump

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Vernon Jordan, Activist, Former Clinton Adviser, Dies at 85

Vernon Jordan, who rose from humble beginnings in the segregated South to become a champion of civil rights before reinventing himself as a Washington insider and corporate influencer, has died at the age of 85. His niece, Ann Walker Marchant,...
Topics: Activism

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Majority appears poised to uphold Arizona voting rules

With the ink barely dry on the 2020 election, the Supreme Court on Tuesday heard oral argument in two voting-rights cases from Arizona that could affect elections in that state and others in the future. The cases – Brnovich v. Democratic National...

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Exclusive: Rep. Nancy Mace on why she supports LGBT rights-religious liberty compromise legislation

Rep. Nancy Mace has only been in Congress for a few months, but she’s already establishing herself as an independent voice in the Republican Party. The latest issue the freshman congresswoman from South Carolina is speaking out...
Topics: Religion

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'Bad policy and bad politics': Manchin is now trying to cut unemployment benefits and limit...

Sen. Joe Manchin of West Virginia and other conservative members of the Senate Democratic caucus are reportedly pressing for changes to the emerging coronavirus relief legislation that would cut the bill's proposed weekly unemployment supplement and...
Topics: Unemployment, Senate, Caucuses

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South Carolina Moves to Bring Back Firing Squad

South Carolina senators voted to bring back the firing squad as a method of execution, the Columbia State reports. “A bipartisan group of lawmakers voted in favor of the measure, which was proposed as an amendment to an execution bill that would...

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BREAKING: 13 Dead After Ford SUV with 25 Immigrants, Including Many Children, Pulls In Front of Big...

This is so terribly sad.  According to the Daily Mail: At least 13 people were killed Tuesday morning when an SUV stuffed with 25 suspected undocumented immigrants, including children, collided with a semi-truck in Southern California. The crash...
Topics: Ford, Immigration

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Sixth Circuit Orders Attorney Who Sued Judges to Show Cause or Face Sanctions

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit issued an unusual and interesting opinion today in Larry E. Parrish P.C. v. Bennett. The opinion by Judge Griffin begins: In this action, Larry E. Parrish, P.C., a Tennessee law firm (the "Parrish...

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Ivy League ‘Wokes’ are the Biggest Domestic Violent Extremism Threat

The Democrats and their media have spent the past few months crying about political violence coming from conservatives, calling for gun control, and militarizing the nation’s capital. All of the agonizing about political violence came after a year...
Topics: Gun Control

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