The New York Times also reported President Biden's preferred drink is the controversial Orange Gatorade.
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At the first meeting of the White House task force on worker organizing, the vice president ripped into the wages lost from America's lack of unions.
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Next week, LA County will vote on a three-year pilot program that would send direct payments to 1,000 residents of $1,000 per month - at least.
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When a pro-Trump mob broke past security and attacked the Capitol, Walker, then in charge of the DC National Guard, sent in his troops to help. Now, as the first Black House sergeant at arms, he's trying to fix things from the inside.
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NRCC staffers withheld bad polling numbers even when pressed by a member of Congress regarding Trump's support, according to The Washington Post.
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"Anyone expecting a return to some bygone era of bipartisanship isn't acknowledging the reality that we are in," Democratic Sen. Alex Padilla said.
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McConnell says he's 100% focused on resisting the Biden administration, setting up a prolonged clash over Biden's $4 trillion spending plans.
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Melinda Gates is the fifth most powerful woman in the world, according to Forbes.
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Leadership in Washington flips from red to blue every so often, but one thing always seems to remain the same: a dedication to personalization.
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The KHive has been celebrating and vigorously defending the vice president ever since she became California's senator in 2017.
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Both Harris and President Joe Biden will have wax figures unveiled later this year, which will be displayed in the museum's "Oval Office" exhibit.
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"As I've said before: In America, when we shoot for the moon, we plant our flag on it. I am honored to lead our National Space Council," Kamala Harris tweeted.
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"I think her approach to this is just going to be to get the job done."
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"I'm optimistic about the country's capacity to take on real issues," Bush said on a podcast. "And there is a real issue in police accountability."
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The occasion marked the first time in US history that the Speaker of the House and president of the Senate were both women.
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The Post temporarily deleted Italiano's two stories on Tuesday and republished altered versions hours later with editor's notes.
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The New York Post's debunked cover story was based on a single photograph of one of Harris' books that was donated to a migrant shelter.
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The White House is labor-friendly. Biden is doubling down on his support for labor and unions with a new task force that looks to strengthen them.
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The West Virginia Democrat has refused calls to reform or eliminate the filibuster and hasn't put his support behind Biden's infrastructure plan.
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"The vice president is of African American-Indian descent," Graham said, referring to Kamala Harris. "So our systems are not racist."
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