The man allegedly used falsified documents to apply for the loans. The sports cars have since been seized by federal agents.
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The security of the US Capitol and members of Congress has been a topic of ongoing concern in Washington, DC, since the deadly January 6 insurrection.
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The US is on track to resettle the fewest number of refugees on record, despite President Biden recently raising the cap on admissions.
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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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"The administration's aim is to get as many safe and effective vaccines to as many people as fast as possible," US Trade Representative Katherine Tai said.
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"They're shivving her" for "saying the election wasn't stolen and for refusing to debase herself to Cheeto Jesus," McCain said of GOP leaders.
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Jen Psaki instead touted a remodeled child tax credit from Biden's stimulus, a measure allowing up to $300 monthly cash payments for parents.
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In response, Greene accused Gallego of seeking attention, called him a "coward," and questioned his masculinity.
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Presidential administration transitions can give NASA whiplash, but Bill Nelson wants the US space program to have "constancy of purpose."
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President Biden is preparing to raise this year's refugee cap from the historic low set by his predecessor.
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Post-FCC Pai will apparently keep pushing deregulation of broadband industry.
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Senate Democrats have been urging Congress to pass recurring relief checks to stave off financial difficulty brought on by the pandemic.
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A top North Korean official has offered a stark warning to the US following comments made by President Joe Biden and Jen Psaki about denuclearization.
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Expanded unemployment benefits helped cushion the economic blow from the pandemic, but they also opened the door to a massive amount of fraud.
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A jump in personal income for Americans couldn't push up US stocks Friday. All three indexes ended the session lower.
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May 12 enrollment for people who have low incomes or lost income during pandemic.
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Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge Amazon had a wildly successful 2020, despite the COVID-19 pandemic, and that blazing trail shows no signs of stopping for 2021. The company shared its financial results for Q1 2021, and it brought in $108.5 billion in net sales. That’s a 44 percent increase from the $75.5 billion reported in the first quarter of last year, as the pandemic was beginning to take hold globally. Its profits have exploded year-over-year, as well, increasing to $8.1 billion in the first quarter of this year. At this time in 2020, the figure reported was a meager $2.5 billion. Amazon expects to continue crossing the $100 billion net sales mark next quarter with the figure ultimately landing somewhere between $110.0 billion and $116.0 billion. But as Amazon’s... Continue reading…
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President Joe Biden has proposed boosting corporate tax rates up to 28% and several other rates up to 39.6%. Morgan Stanley sees just one as likely.
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In a joint address to Congress last night, President Biden updated the nation on vaccination efforts and outlined his administration’s ambitious goals. Biden’s first 100 days have been characterized by sweeping legislative packages that could lift millions of Americans out of poverty and slow the clock on the climate crisis, but during his first joint […]
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In his first 100 days, President Biden pulled a U-turn for the auto industry with a focus on EVs, stricter emissions standards and climate.
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