So far, 25 states have opted out of federal unemployment benefits early. All of them are led by Republicans.
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The government reportedly prevented Apple from informing McGahn about the subpoena in February 2018, according to the Times report.
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"He has certain concerns about the legislation that we may be able to come to terms on," Pelosi said of Manchin's opposition to the For the People Act.
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"This Joe Manchin. Boy, have you been reading about him? For a Democrat, he is the most powerful Republican in the Senate," Maher said on HBO.
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Dean, who helped bring down former President Nixon over Watergate, said that the actions of Trump's DOJ went further than that of his former boss.
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The Justice Department was looking for the source of media reports about contacts between Trump associates and Russia, The New York Times reports.
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"On a big infrastructure bill, to pass on climate altogether? No way," one top Democrat told Insider.
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A judge said the law, which was to go into effect this week, could cause "irreparable harm" and "unrecoverable losses" to telecom companies.
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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.
Apple said the subpoena included a gag order and "no information" about the DOJ's investigation focus, and that it only shared users' account info.
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The proposals, from a bipartisan group in the US House, target Big Tech's might with a wide-ranging antitrust agenda.
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Chuck Schumer said during an advocacy event that Biden encouraged him to continue calling for $50,000 in student debt cancellation per borrower.
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The ex-president's former personal attorney told Insider that Trump acted like the head of an organized crime syndicate.
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Democrats in the Senate also threatened to subpoena the attorneys general under Trump to testify about the "appalling" revelation.
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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 conservative marketing firm Rally Forge posed as a leftist organization called American Progress Now as part of the scheme, The Guardian reported.
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There was an unusual scene on Thursday of a member of Congress questioning the head of an agency currently investigating him.
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In the middle of the ‘Russiagate’ debacle, the Trump administration reportedly forced Apple to provide data from the accounts of Democrat politicians.
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The Oregon House passed a resolution Thursday which said State Rep. Mike Nearman participated in "disorderly behavior" on December 21.
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Officials subpoenaed Apple for communications data of Reps. Adam Schiff and Eric Swalwell, as well as their families and staffers.
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