Dems to Redraft Virus Relief in a Bid to Jumpstart Talks
A view of the Capitol's Rotunda is seen reflected in an ambulance as negotiations on a COVID-19 economic relief package sputter along. (Brendan Smialowski/AFP via Getty Images)
An aide familiar with the leadership discussions and authorized to characterize them said the new bill would total about $2.4 trillion and is likely to contain additional relief for the airline and restaurant sectors, which have been especially slammed by slumps in business from the virus. [Full Story]
As Breonna Taylor Rallies Flare, Feds Offer Tally on Protest Arrests Since May
Demonstrators in several U.S. cities took to the streets after a Kentucky grand jury chose not to file murder charges Wednesday against any of the police officers involved in the fatal shooting of Breonna Taylor. Two cops in Taylor's home town of Louisville were shot after...... [Full Story]
Sen. Hawley: SCOTUS Pick Can Pass Before Halloween
The Senate could confirm a Supreme Court nominee before [Full Story] |
Did Germany Bury This Cancer Breakthrough?
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3 Missouri Clubs Ban Dancing to Curb COVID-19
Three dance clubs in Missouri have agreed to voluntarily put the [Full Story]
After Trump, Here's the Next Republican President
Most observers agree that President Donald Trump will win reelection [Full Story] |
Gizzi: Judge Barrett Near Cinch Due to Her 'Certainty'
U.S. Court of Appeals Judge Amy Coney Barrett is very likely, if not [Full Story]
America's Worst Nightmare. A Major Debt Jubilee is Coming to America.
SPONSOR: A national nightmare is closer than you think [Full Story]
Pelosi Backs Off Second Impeachment Threat
Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi appeared to back off the [Full Story]
Democrats to Redraft Virus Relief in Bid to Jumpstart Talks
House Democrats are going back to the drawing board on a huge [Full Story]
Bipartisan Bill Helps Women, Minorities Get STEM Jobs
A bipartisan-sponsored bill was unveiled Thursday to help small and [Full Story]
Western Wildfires May Cause Long-Term Lung Damage
Scientists say that the dirty air from Western wildfires may cause [Full Story]
Barr Motion to Dismiss McCabe Lawsuit Denied
A federal judge on Thursday denied Attorney General William Barr's [Full Story]
Texas Adds Record 1.5M New Voters
Texas has added a record 1.5 million new voters since the 2016 [Full Story]
Pompeo Labels China's NY Consulate a Spy Hub
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Thursday told the New York Post [Full Story]
Biden's Stance on Abortion Could Impact His Support Among Catholics
Former Vice President Joe Biden promotes himself as a devout Catholic [Full Story]
Facebook's Oversight Board Plans to Launch Just Before Election
Facebook Inc's long-delayed independent Oversight Board plans to [Full Story]
Dianne Feinstein's Husband Improperly Helped Student Get Into College
The husband of Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., helped an unqualified [Full Story]
Visits to Stores, Restaurants Stall as Economic-Recovery Fear Grows
Foot traffic to U.S. restaurants and stores showed little improvement [Full Story]
Gov. Cuomo: NY Health Officials Will Review Any Vaccine Administration Approves
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said health officials in his state will [Full Story]
Kudlow: Trump Will Oppose Another COVID Shutdown
President Donald Trump would "in no way" support another economic [Full Story]
New Home Sales Rise 4.8 Percent to Near 14-Year High
Sales of new U.S. single-family homes increased to their highest [Full Story]
SEC Chief: Blank-Check IPOs Offer 'Healthy Competition'
The chairman of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on Thursday said special purpose acquisition companies (SPACS) offer "healthy competition" to traditional public offerings, but only when sponsors and investors have access to adequate disclosures."To the extent... [Full Story] |
Drug Companies Work Jointly to Boost Vaccine Confidence
Two firms developing COVID-19 vaccines say pharmaceutical companies are trying to give the public as much information as possible about their testing regimes as drugmakers and public health officials seek to boost confidence that any approved vaccine will be safe. [Full Story]
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