Catholic Bishops voted to advance guidance that would ban President Joe Biden from receiving communion in response to his support of abortion rights.
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Rep. Ronny Jackson of Texas said Thursday he's circulating a letter among House GOP colleagues that calls on Biden to take a cognitive test.
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Millions of Americans have health coverage through the Affordable Care Act. The Supreme Court decided to leave the law intact, ruling against the 18 states that challenged it.
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The Senate confirmed big tech critic and prominent antitrust scholar Lina Khan as FTC Commissioner Tuesday, signaling a new era of scrutiny for the tech industry. Khan was confirmed in a 69-28 vote, with Republicans joining Democrats in a rare show of bipartisan support for Khan’s ideas on reining in tech’s most powerful companies. An […]
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Ever toured an apartment and fell in love with the model unit? You’re not alone. Harvard Business School grad Cameron Johnson is a former institutional real estate investor and Greystar exec turned startup founder who realized that very often, “renters would try to rent the model apartment.” This got him thinking. People would love to […]
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Bill Gates 2021 summer reading list contains four non-fiction books, including "A Promised Land," Barack Obama's memoir.
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McConnell, who previously blocked Barack Obama from filling a court vacancy in 2016, told Hugh Hewitt he'd do the same to Biden.
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Yes, wages have gone up in 2021- but they're still comparatively low. Raising them across the board could help get workers back in jobs.
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The outrage cycle "might translate into future votes, but in the meantime definitely translates into donations and ratings," a historian told Insider.
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Europe had to stand on their own during the Trump presidency and President Biden should let the EU take the lead on some international issues.
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Barack Obama, in full Barack Hussein Obama II, served as the 44th president of the United States from 2009 to 2017.Born August 4, 1961, in Hawaii, he was the first African American person to hold the office of the president.Obama represented Illinois in the U.S. Senate (2005-08), and in February 2007, announced his candidacy for president.After winning a close-fought race against the New York Senator and the former first lady – Hilary Rodham Clinton – for the Democratic party nomination, Obama proficiently defeated the Republic nominee Senator John McCain.This was thanks to his uniting bipartisan message, under the slogan “Change we can believe in”, and the chant “Yes we can”.Obama was officiated in the office in January 2009, and within the span of just a month, in February (2009) he was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for “his extraordinary efforts to strengthen international diplomacy and cooperation between people”.Here are a few of the many quotes of this indomitable political figure to inspire the world:“Change will not come if we wait for some other person or some other time.We are the change that we seek.”“If the people cannot trust their government to do the job for which it exists – to protect them and to promote their common welfare – all else is lost.”“In the end, that’s what this election is about.These enemies must be found.
Trump claimed he has already turned down two book deals "from the most unlikely of publishers," but he stopped short of offering any specific details.
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The to-do list for Biden's administration includes climate and equity measures as well as student-loan forgiveness, but details aren't there yet.
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The fund manager predicted an epic comeback for value stocks and underscored Obama's competitive streak and work ethic in a new profile.
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Positive opinions of the US within the international community have returned to the high ratings seen during the Obama era.
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If you’re planning on naming your baby Donald, there’s a solid chance he’ll be the only Donald in his class. According to the US Social Security Administration’s latest list of popular baby names, the popularity of “Donald” saw a big decline in the year 2020. The name fell 55 places, from the 555th most popular name for boys in 2019 to the 610th last year – its lowest-ever ranking on the annual list, which dates back to the 1880s. Donald now ranks just below Axton, Dariel, Marvin and Brycen. Last year, only 444 newborns were named Donald, compared to 507 in 2019, 539 in 2018 and 602 in 2017.Donald peaked in popularity in the year 1934, when it was the sixth-most popular name for baby boys. That year, 30,408 boys (and 110 girls) were named Donald.Since then, the name has followed a general pattern of decline, though it got a slight bump from No. 489 to No. 485 in 2017, the year President Donald Trump took office. The following years, however, saw a return to the downward trend, and 2020 marked its steepest ever decline. Presidents’ names often decrease in popularity during their administrations. Such was true of Ronald during the Reagan era, Richard in the time of Nixon, Gerald under Ford and George under H.W. Bush. The name Lyndon saw a boost in 1964, the year after he took office, but it tanked for the remainder of Johnson’s time in office.Because the SSA data only includes names given to five or more newborns in a given year, the name Barack didn’t appear on it until 2007, when five baby boys were named Barack. That number peaked at 71 in 2009 before generally declining throughout the rest of Obama’s presidency. Just as Donald continues to fall in popularity, the names of a few Trump family members dropped down the list as well. Last year, the name Tiffany plummeted 96 spots from No. 696 to No. 792, and Eric went from No. 176 to No. 198. The name Jared – that of the former president’s son-in-law and senior adviser – fell seven spots from No. 361 to No. 368. Although Melania was one of the fastest rising names baby names for girls in 2017 – when it ranked No. 933 – the name subsequently fell off the Top 1,000 list. In 2020, 190 baby girls were named Melania, down from 208 in 2019 and 233 in 2018.Two outliers, however, are the names Ivanka and Barron. In 2020, 106 baby Ivankas were born, up slightly from 95 in 2019 and 97 in 2018. But the name still hasn’t reached its peak in 2017, when 165 baby girls were named Ivanka. Last year, 134 baby boys were named Barron, up from 107 in 2019 and 121 in 2018. Like Ivanka, the name still hasn’t returned to its 2017 peak, when 136 Barrons were born.
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Republicans have taken positions that "would be unrecognizable and unacceptable even five years ago," Obama told CNN's Anderson Cooper.
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Former President Donald Trump, who wanted Republicans to nix the filibuster while in office, thanked Manchin for his support of the filibuster.
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From extending the student loan payment pause to cancelling student debt for some borrowers, here's everything Biden has done on student debt to date.
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Whenever Republicans are faced with a country moving left, they resort to desperate culture war antics.
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