Sen. Rand Paul forced Democrats to remove a provision from the COVID bill allowing Planned Parenthood facilities to receive funds through the PPP.
On Saturday’s broadcast of MSNBC’s “Cross Connection,” House Budget Committee Chair John Yarmuth (D-KY) stated that under the coronavirus relief bill, “there will be people who could use” the $1,400 direct payments “who will not get it, but, again, 250
EAGLE PASS, Texas — Residents on both sides of the Mexican border with the U.S. have co-existed symbiotically for generations. Local economies rely heavily on legitimate crossover movement. The one-year anniversary of a pandemic ban on non-essential travel through land ports of entry has many business owners and community leaders feeling slighted by Washington. They feel a double standard exists between asylum seekers versus nonimmigrant border commuters.
Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D-MI) expressed outrage after Sen. Kyrsten Sinema (D-AZ) gave an emphatic thumbs down to express her rejection of Sen. Bernie Sanders’ (I-VT) attempt to make a $15 minimum wage hike a reality.
Brave, the privacy-focused web browser, is currently preparing to launch its own search engine for desktop and mobile users, according to recent reports. The company’s goal is to offer a complete package of browsing and search untouchable by the Masters of the Universe.
Stock trading app Robinhood has chosen Nasdaq as the exchange for its IPO this year, despite being embroiled in controversy over its treatment of its customers during the Gamestop trading frenzy and previous problems including trading outages.
At least 30,000 U.S. governmental and commercial organizations have been hacked via a recently discovered Microsoft Exchange Server exploit. One source told the Wall Street Journal that the actual number of organizations impacted could reach 250,000. Cybersecurity experts believe the hackers had access to Microsoft customers’ systems for about two months before the tech giant patched the problem.
Americans sharply underestimate other Americans’ opposition to legal migration, according to a January survey by a pro-establishment thinktank.
The Senate is poised to vote down Sen. Bernie Sanders’ (I-VT) $15 minimum wage amendment to the coronavirus spending package, with seven Democrats and one Independent joining all 50 Republicans in rejecting the change.
The Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) annual legislative meeting this weekend will take action against the “unregulated expansion of capital,” according to Premier Li Kequiang, signaling another regulatory beating to teach outspoken tech billionaires who is truly in charge of the Chinese economy.
SF is spending $16.1 million for 262 tents for the homeless — an investment that breaks down to $190 a night or $61,000 per tent per year.
Several prominent Democrats expressed disappointment and frustration after several Democrats joined Republicans in the Senate in rejecting Sen. Bernie Sanders’ (I-VT) effort to raise the minimum wage to $15 an hour.
More than three-quarters of the “child” migrants who recently crossed the border into government custody are teenagers who claim ages of 15 to 17, according to data from the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS).
Democrats have agreed to extend enhanced unemployment insurance through September with a smaller boost to benefits, according to multiple media reports.
President Joe Biden backtracked on his agenda, which promises 100 percent clean energy by 2035, telling the United Association General, “I’m all for natural gas.”
Prince Abdulaziz bin Salman, Saudi Arabia’s energy minister, crowed at Thursday’s OPEC meeting that the American energy revolution is over, OPEC would soon regain control over oil markets, and “Drill, baby, drill is gone forever.”
The recovery is going much better than expected.
Former Arizona lawmaker Gabby Giffords launched a new advocacy group Thursday, forging connections with corporations including Dick’s Sporting Goods, Lyft, and Postmates to promote gun control laws.
Gab, the free speech internet company known for its First Amendment friendly Twitter competitor, has teased a potential new project, aimed at competing with the fledgling voice-chat app Clubhouse.
Susan Wojcicki, the CEO of Google-owned YouTube, said on Thursday that former President Donald Trump’s account on the platform will remain blacklisted until the “risk of violence has decreased,” adding that Trump’s channel could be permanently banned if he continues to violate the site’s policies after being unsuspended in the future.
Texas and Mississippi followed Florida’s lead this week and announced they would lift key business restrictions and end statewide mask mandates, but many popular retailers plan to continue requiring customers to wear face coverings in their stores.
On Friday, Sen. Joni Ernst (R-IA) reacted to the Democrats’ proposed $1.9 trillion infrastructure bill that comes as Congress weighs a $1.9 trillion COVID relief package.
An amendment by Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) to the proposed coronavirus relief package passed out of the House last week, would ensure that stimulus checks are not awarded to illegal aliens living in the United States
The U.S. economy created 379,000 jobs in February, far more than expected.
WarnerMedia CEO Jason Kilar was asked on Thursday if CNN, which falls under WarnerMedia, can keep its ratings momentum going during the Morgan Stanley Technology, Media and Telecom Conference.
Appearing Thursday on MSNBC, Biden Secretary of Commerce Gina Raimondo said former President Donald Trump’s tariffs on cheap steel and aluminum have been “effective.”
The Right Side Broadcasting Network (RSBN), a conservative news broadcaster, received a two-week suspension from YouTube because it covered President Donald Trump’s speech at the recent Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC).